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Semantic Web

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a proposed development of the World Wide Web in which computers can interpret and act on natural language
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Development supports Linked Open Data to allow libraries to expand their reach and FOLIO provides scalability through multi- tenancy.
The site introduces itself as a Linked Open Data product that "aggregates data sources from Springer Nature and key partners from the scholarly domain.
Attn: The CSO is seeking to procure the following: Services, tools and training materials for publishing, using and visualising linked open data
For example, when a document referenced a letter written by a person with the last name of "Beck," the linked open data available assumed we were looking for a famous musician by that name.
Linked open data promises global interconnectedness of a vast amount of data.
Springer Nature SciGraph is a new linked open data platform that aggregates data sources from Springer Nature and its partners so users can analyze information from funders, research projects and grants, conferences, publications, and other sources.
Data are structured around MARC21 and are available as linked data and linked open data for use in local catalogues or other projects.
Subsequently, linked data--manifest as both linked open data and its private sector counterpart, linked enterprise data--has enjoyed a resurgence so utilitarian that it could very well disrupt the data landscape again.
Coupled with the successes of the Linked Open Data for Libraries, Archives, and Museums (LODLAM) Toronto Workshop and Summit held in May 2016, the 3-day Canadian Linked Data Summit contributed significantly to linked data awareness, skill development, and project advancement in libraries and cultural institutions across the country.
There is a movement towards linked open data, backed by the Open Data Institute, which enables various different machines to seamlessly communicate.
This work describes the methodology for web-scale information extraction in the linked open data information-extraction (LODIE) project and highlights results from the early experiments carried out in the initial phase of the project.