Introduction to Prelida

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Introduction to Prelida

  1. 1. PRELIDA An introduction Carlo Meghini ISTI CNR, Pisa
  2. 2. Preserving Linked Data Digital Preservation Linked Data need need
  3. 3. Outline • PRELIDA • Objectives • Working Group members’ role • The global picture
  4. 4. PRELIDA PREserving LInked DAta • FP7 Coordination and support action • ICT-2011.4.3 Digital Preservation • Start date: January 1st, 2013 • Duration: 24 Months • Funding: 770k
  5. 5. Beneficiaries • Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche – Carlo Meghini (Coordinator) • Alliance for Permanent Access – David Giaretta • University of Huddersfields – Grigoris Antoniou • Universitaet Innsbruck – Dieter Fensel
  6. 6. Beneficiaries (cont.) • Europeana Foundations – Antoine Isaac • STI International – Alice Carpentier
  7. 7. The context • Data economy • Linked Data movement – need to preserve Linked Data • Digital preservation – needs Linked Data – faces new challenges by Linked Data • So far, little or no interaction between the two communities
  8. 8. Outline • PRELIDA • Objectives • Working Group members’ role • The global picture
  9. 9. Objectives Bridge the LD and DP communities for • making the LD community aware of the existing DP results • making the DP community aware of the challenges posed by LD – intrinsic features of Linked Data, including their structuring, interlinking, dynamicity and distribution.
  10. 10. Objectives in detail • collect, organize and publish use cases related to the long-term access to LD • create a comprehensive state of the art on LD and DP technologies • set up a technology observatory • bring together scientists and stakeholders for identifying relevant challenges and paths for addressing them in the near future • draw attention of standardization bodies
  11. 11. Outline • PRELIDA • Objectives • Working Group members’ role • The global picture
  12. 12. Working Group members’ role Resources to achieve the objectives: • Working Group, that is you – stakeholders – academia – companies – standardization bodies
  13. 13. Tools • Workshops – 3 of them • On-line platform – Communication & Collaboration • Dissemination activities – portal – workshop reports or proceedings – links with relevant projects & organizations – summer schools
  14. 14. Expectations from WG members • Detailed agenda forthcoming (end of June) • Working Group – Membership – Agenda – Review (end 2013)
  15. 15. Expectations from WG members (cont.) • Workshops – This workshop • present results, projects, ideas • discuss others’ results, projects, ideas • contribute to the final report – Midterm workshop (spring 2014) • Help defining the scientific structure • Participate and contribute – Consolidation & dissemination workshop (end 2014) • Same as above
  16. 16. • Use cases – provide or help us getting relevant use cases – collaborate in organizing the use cases • Technology observatory – suggest relevant initiatives • State of the art – initial (end 2013) – consolidated (end 2014) Expectations from WG members (cont.)
  17. 17. • Roadmap – analysis of limitations of DP for preserving LD (Feb. 2014) – initial roadmap (Aug. 2014) – consolidated roadmap (end 2014) • Standardization – suggest what std should be affected how • Summer School (Oct. 2014) – suggest structure, lecturers • Dissemination Expectations from WG members (cont.)
  18. 18. Outline • PRELIDA • Objectives • Working Group members’ role • The global picture
  19. 19. The global picture

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