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  1. Sebastian Bayerl Kai Schlegel MDPS Workshop-8, 11-15 June 2012

  2. CommerciallyempoweredLinked Open Data Ecosystems in Research Outline • CODE Project • Vision • Project Partners • Our Contribution

  3. CommerciallyempoweredLinked Open Data Ecosystems in Research CODE Project Vision in a Nutshell Project Partners Our Contribution supported by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Program (FP7)

  4. CODE: Vision in a Nutshell “ ” - Isaac Newton Nanigigantumhumerisinsidentes Standing on the shoulders of giants Research builds on the past We pass knowledge, to create new knowledge Lying under a pile of text documents Unconnected data Contradicting facts Missing / hard to find information Can we do better?

  5. CODE: Vision in a Nutshell (2) Yes,we can … • “A reference manager that does your research for you” * • Given textually encoded scientific knowledge • Extract facts • Enrich & combine with existing knowledge • Make it available for further (visual) analysis • Bootstrapping data economy Vision of the CODE framework * overstated

  6. Vision: Use Case 2. Querying LoD & disambiguation suggestions Further example:Gather structures of research papers (e.g. Images, Tables) 3. Present research results 1. User marks an entity

  7. CODE: Challenges But … how ?!? Challenges Algorithmic quality in extraction Entity disambiguation Efficient Linked Open Data Querying and Aggregation Data Warehousing Approaches User Engagement (Marketplace) Motivation High Quality research  Monetary turnover Start simple Focus on concrete use-cases

  8. CommerciallyempoweredLinked Open Data Ecosystems in Research Project Partners 1.700.000 users 1.300.000 users Semantic crowdsourcing power !!! Project duration: 1 May 2012 – 30 April 2014

  9. CODE: ArchitecturalOverview Our contribution

  10. CODE: Projected Goals Triplify, Federate, Aggregate, Share

  11. CODE: Prototype Use Case „CLEF data“ Small steps… • Conference and Labs of Evaluation Forum • Goal: Compare existing systems • PAN: Plagiarism Detection Labs editions • Task: Plagiarism detection • Homogeneous data over years • Numeric facts(score, precision, recall,…)

  12. CODE: Research Objectives ToDo List until 2014 • Middleware based retrieval architecture • Repository discovery • Efficient federation of SPARQL • Aggregation and Data Warehousing • LoD Caching • Provenance

  13. CommerciallyempoweredLinked Open Data Ecosystems in Research “ It is better to take many small steps in the right direction than to make a great leap forward only to stumble backward. ” - Old Chinese quote Thank you! Any questions?