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Bibliographic Information Organization in the Semantic Web by Gordon Dunsire, Mirna Willer

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Publishing datasets as linked open data

Abstract:

Publishing library datasets as linked open data can be viewed as an extension of our institutional services for publishing bibliographic metadata. However, there are certain strategic decisions to be made which question such a position. In this chapter the bottom-up approach is discussed first. As ‘linked data’ by definition cannot exist on its own, the process of contextualizing local data triples is described, drawing attention to the issues involved in building relations or links between and among standards used to represent our data to allow them to interoperate, and to the stumbling blocks caused by different conceptualizations of standards and models being used. The next level of this ...

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