Five articles from the Netherlands in ERCIM News 96 on Linked Open Data

ERCIM News No. 96 - with a special theme on Linked Open Data - was published online at the end of January and in print in February 2014. There were as much as five contributions from the Netherlands to this publication.

Publication date: 03-02-2014

ERCIM News No. 96 - with a special theme on Linked Open Data - was published online at the end of January and in print in February 2014. There were as much as five contributions from the Netherlands to this publication.

Special Theme: "Linked Open Data"

Guest editors: Irini Fundulaki (FORTH) and Sören Auer (Un. Bonn and Fraunhofer IAIS)

Keynote: "Linked Data: The Quiet Revolution" by Wendy Hall

Contributions from the Netherlands are:

Building Virtual Earth Observatories Using Scientific Database and Semantic Web Technologies by Kostis Kyzirakos (CWI), Stefan Manegold (CWI), Charalampos Nikolaou (N&K Un. Athens, Greece) and Manolis Koubarakis (N&K Un. Athens, Greece)

Linking Historical Entities to the Linked Open data Cloud by Maarten Marx (UvA)

Benchmarking Linked Open Data Management Systems by Renzo Angles (VUA, Un. Talca - Chile), Minh-Duc Pham (CWI) and Peter Boncz (CWI)

MonetDB/RDF: Discovering and Exploiting the Emergent Schema of RDF Data by Minh-Duc Pham (CWI) and Peter Boncz (CWI) 

Small Data by Steven Pemberton (CWI) - Joint ERCIM Actions section

This issue for download in pdf and epub format.

Next issue: No. 97, April 2014 - Special Theme: "Cyber-Physical Systems"

ERCIM News is published quarterly by ERCIM, the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics. The printed edition reaches about 7,500 readers and the email alert over 7000 subscribers.

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