SWIB14 - Martynas Jusevici - Using Graphity Linked Data Platform for Danish newspaper registry.

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Using Graphity Linked Data Platform for Danish newspaper registry. From printed books to Linked Data Martynas Jusevicius / Dziugas Tornau UAB Linked Data (Lithuania) / Semantic Web (Denmark), UAB Linked Data (Lithuania) Abstract Danish Newspapers is a registry of newspapers with historical and factual metadata records. Three printed volumes with metadata about danish newspaper publishing were scanned and text optically recognized, marking it up using TEI XML schema. The XML was...

SWIB14 - Kerstin Diwisch / Bernhard Thull - Applying a Dublin Core application profile to the digital Pina Bausch

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Applying a Dublin Core application profile to the digital Pina Bausch archive for ontology population management and data presentation purposes Kerstin Diwisch / Bernhard Thull Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany Abstract In recent years, it has become common practice in Linked Data application development to utilize application profiles for describing and constraining metadata and structure of these applications. Description Set Profiles (DSP), as proposed by the Dublin Core Metadata...

SWIB14 - Christoph Böhme / Michael Büchner - Entity Facts - A light-weight authority data service

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Entity Facts - A light-weight authority data service Christoph Böhme / Michael Büchner Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Germany / Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, Germany Abstract The German National Library has published a new web service called Entity Facts. The main goal of Entity Facts is to provide aggregated information about entities from various sources in a way that makes it easy to present this data to the user. The information provided by Entity Facts is based on the Integrated...

SWIB14 - Tom Grahame - Using linked data to annotate semantically the BBC's content

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Linked Data at the BBC emerged as a set of ideas, techniques and technologies to build websites and has gone on to show how those techniques can improve and simplify production workflows, and provide interesting automated aggregations for our audiences. The success of applying the technology to deliver the online coverage of major sporting events has demonstrated the potential for reusing the semantic infrastructure as a central part of the BBC production workflow. To support this decision,...

SWIB14 - Timo Borst - Welcome/Opening

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Timo Borst - ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics

SWIB14 - Silke Schomburg - Welcome/Opening

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Silke Schomburg