This PDF contains slides used at a talk given at KMWorld 2016. It begins by introducing the basic principles of Linked Data and the advantages of adopting it. This is followed by a brief overview of how the RDF data model and its serializations work and suggestions on how to get started.
Keywords: HTTP URIs, Taxonomy, Controlled Vocabulary, Semantic enrichment
Author: Clarke, Dave
Date created: 2016-11-01 04:00:00.000
Time required: P20M
Educational use: instruction
Educational audience: student
Interactivity type: expositive
- Articulates differences between the RDF abstract data model and the XML and relational models.
- Knows the subject-predicate-object component structure of a triple.
- Understands that URIs and literals denote things in the world ("resources") real, imagined, or conceptual.
- Knows the "five stars" of Open Data: put data on the Web, preferably in a structured and preferably non-proprietary format, using URIs to name things, and link to other data.
- Uses available resources for named entity recognition, extraction, and reconciliation.