Archives par mot-clé : Linked Data

Publishing the British National Bibliography as Linked Open Data

« This paper describes the development of a linked data instance of the British National Bibliography (BNB) by the British Library. The focus is on the development of an RDF (Resource Description Framework) data model and the technical process to convert … Continuer la lecture

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The 1:1 Principle in the Age of Linked Data

« This paper explores the origins of the 1:1 Principle within Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI). It finds that the need for the 1:1 Principle emerged from prior work among cultural heritage professionals responsible for describing reproductions and surrogate resources using … Continuer la lecture

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On the Citation Advantage of linking to data…

On the Citation Advantage of linking to data : « This paper present some indications of the existence of a Citation Advantage related to linked data, using astrophysics as a case. Using simple measures, I find that the Citation Advantage presently … Continuer la lecture

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Local Transparency – A Practitioners Gui…

Local Transparency – A Practitioners Guide to Publishing New Contracts and Tenders Data « This guide offers practical help to meet both immediate targets, and to adopt approaches that will add most value for local people and public services over the … Continuer la lecture

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