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Linked_Open_Data_Rome_Netcamp_13

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Open Data, by definition, provides the chance to re-shape and publish heterogeneous pieces and fragments of information which are open, namely anyone is free to use, reuse, and redistribute it. In ...

Open Data, by definition, provides the chance to re-shape and publish heterogeneous pieces and fragments of information which are open, namely anyone is free to use, reuse, and redistribute it. In order for users to fully benefit this idea, Open Data Systems of tomorrow must provide high quality data, relying on real time and ubiquitous services, along with a deep integration with mobile and smart devices and infrastructures.
In this session, we present a syntheses of Whitehall proposal addressed a this vision: is addressed at building Open Data in a fully-fledged Big Data infrastructure, realized using graph based and NoSQL technologies. This idea is shaped in a cultural heritage scenario, where data in envisaged at valorizing one of the main assets of Italy: cultural heritage.

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