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  • LiDIA: An integration architecture to query Linked Open Data from multiple datasets Presents: M.S.C. Cristian A. Rodríguez Enríquez MSc Cristian A. Rodríguez Enríquez - PhD Giner Alor Hernández – PhD Guillermo Cortés Robles Division of Research and Postgraduate Studies Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science
  • Agenda • • • • • • • • • Background Linked Open Data GoogleTM and Linked Data Problem LiDIA Search LiDIA Architecture Knowledge Transfer Conclusions Future Work ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 2 de 21
  • Background The Web of Linked Data grows rapidly and contains data from a wide range of different domains, including life science data, geographic data, government data, library and media data, as well as cross-domain data sets such as DBpedia or Freebase. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 3 de 21
  • Background According to the Linked Open Data Cloud Diagram (LODCD), there are 295 data sets catalogued and classified under Linked Open Data format (public available data). ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 4 de 21
  • Background According to the Linked Open Data Cloud Diagram (LODCD), there are 295 data sets catalogued and classified under Linked Open Data format (public available data). ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 5 de 21
  • Linked Open Data • Public available Linked Data • Knowledge is: Organized and Accessible Highlight: http://www.lod-cloud.net/ ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 6 de 21
  • ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 7 de 21
  • Google & Linked Data Highlight: http://www.google.com/insidesearch/features/search/knowledge.html ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 8 de 21
  • Problem? Linked Data applications that want to consume data from this global data space face the challenges that: • Data sources use a wide range of different RDF vocabularies to represent data about the same type of entity. • The same real-world entity, for instance a person or a place, is identified with different URIs within different data sources. • Data about the same real-world entity coming from different sources may contain conflicting value. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 9 de 21
  • LiDIA Search ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 10 de 21
  • LiDIA Search ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 11 de 21
  • ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 12 de 21
  • LiDIA Architecture ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 13 de 21
  • Knowledge Transfer Dr. Spence Silver, a 3M scientist, is busily researching adhesives in the laboratory. In the process, he discovers something peculiar: an adhesive that sticks lightly to surfaces but does not tightly bond to them. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 14 de 21
  • Knowledge Transfer While singing in his church choir, Art Fry, another 3M scientist, tires of losing his place in the hymnal. He dreams of a bookmark that's lightly adhesive. Then he remembers Silver's adhesive, and his dream begins to become real. What would happen if knowledge could be transferred to other domains? ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 15 de 21
  • Conclusions • Linked Data as an alternative to keep the information structured and organized through the Web, is the present, not the future. • Linked Open Data is an efficient way to increase knowledge sharing through the Web. • LiDIA aims to achieve knowledge transfer and integration of multiple data sources. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 16 de 21
  • Future Work Use of user interface design patterns, and other technologies available in the human-computer interaction context in order to improve the user experience: • Natural language processing • Speech recognition ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 17 de 21
  • Future Work Achieve the integration for multiple domains: • Process queries and provide them with context, regardless of the domain of knowledge in which the user makes the search in order to get better results ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 18 de 21
  • ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 19 de 21
  • Questions? ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 20 de 21
  • Contact eMail Social crodriguezen@gmail.com kristian_are crodriguezen@outlook.com crodriguezen crodriguezen@yahoo.com crodriguezen Giner Alor Hernández galor@itorizaba.edu.mx ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 21 de 21 Guillermo Cortés Robles gcortes@itorizaba.edu.mx