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Pay-as-you-go data integration for linked data: opportunities, challenges and architectures

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Pay-as-you-go data integration for linked data: opportunities, challenges and architectures
Linked Data (LD) provides principles for publishing data that underpin the development of an emerging web of data. LD follows the web in providing low barriers to entry: publishers can make their data available using a small set of standard technologies, and consumers can search for and browse published data using generic tools. Like the web, consumers frequently consume data in broadly the form in which it was published; this will be satisfactory in some cases, but the diversity of publishers means that the data required to support a task may be stored in many different sources, and described in many different ways. As such, although RDF provides a syntactically homogeneous language for describing data, sources typically manifest a wide range of heterogeneities, in terms of how data on a concept is represented. This paper makes the case that many aspects of both publication and consumption of LD stand to benefit from a pay-as-you-go approach to data integration. Specifically, the ...
Norman W. Paton, Klitos Christodoulou, Alvaro A. A
Added 27 Sep 2012
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Type Journal
Year 2012
Where SIGMOD
Authors Norman W. Paton, Klitos Christodoulou, Alvaro A. A. Fernandes, Bijan Parsia, Cornelia Hedeler
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