This two-part slide presentation was used at the Semantic Web in Libraries (SWIB) Conference. "Part 1: Linked Data Provenance" answers the questions, "How can we identify RDF data, statements within RDF data, Linked Data, … in order to provide provenance?". "Part 2: The PROV Ontology" addresses, "How can we represent the provenance of resources?".
Keywords: OAI-ORE (Open Archives Initiative Object Reuse and Exchange), Dublin Core, Reification, Versioning, Provenance
Author: Eckert, Kai
Date created: 2013-11-25 05:00:00.000
Time required: P1H
Educational use: instruction
Educational audience: student
- 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.
- Understands a named graph as one of the collection of graphs comprising an RDF dataset, with a graph name unique in the context of that dataset.
- Understands that owl:equivalentProperty and owl:equivalentClass may be used when equivalencies between properties or between classes are exact.
- Understands that the properties of hierarchical subsumption within an RDF vocabulary — rdfs:subPropertyOf and rdfs:subClassOf — can also be used to express mappings between vocabularies.
- Understands that to be "dereferencable", a URI should be usable to retrieve a representation of the resource it identifies.