Linked Data oder Semantic Web?

Tom Heath schreibt zu der Frage “What is the relationship between Linked Data and the Semantic Web?” in der Linked-Data-FAQ:

Opinions on this topic do differ somewhat, however a widely held view is that the Semantic Web is made up of Linked Data; i.e. the Semantic Web is the whole, while Linked Data is the parts. Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the Web and the person credited with coining the terms Semantic Web and Linked Data has frequently described Linked Data as “the Semantic Web done right”, e.g. in these slides.


Das W3C hat natürlich auch eine Definition des Terms Linked Data, auch in Beziehung zum Semantic Web.

Frag doch einfach Wiri!

Talk to Wiri, obviously named after “Wiki” with an “r”, and nothing else!

Obviously. Und hinter Wiri stecken Wikidata und Magnus Manske. Das sollte man sich unbedingt mal ansehen.

Beispielfragen:

  • What is information?
  • Who is Ranganathan?
  • Who are the children of Thomas Mann?
  • Who are you?
  • Where is Cuxhaven?
  • Where is Hochschule Hannover?
  • Where is Waldo?

Hier geht’s zu Wiri. Bitte selbst testen, der Screencast ist nämlich leider ohne Ton.

CTRL Semantic Engine

Wer zu faul ist zu wenig Zeit um die eigenen Postings mit Links anzureichern oder sie zu verschlagworten, kann auf algorithmische Unterstützung bauen. Ein Tool zum automatischen Anreichern ist zum Beispiel das der CTRL Semantic Engine. Ich habe dort testweise einen Text 1) Verwendeter Auszug:

THE ROYAL PUBLIC LIBRARY OF HANOVER

The Royal Public Library of Hanover was founded by Duke JohnFrederick about the year 1660.It has been successively augmented by the acquisition of the following among other less important collections: – In 1678 that of M. Fogel of Hamburgh; in 1696, that of Westenholz; about 1698, that of the Elector Ernest Augustus; in 1716, that of Leibnitz; in 1729, that of GW Molanus; in 1750, that of the late Duke of Cambridge, who bequeathed a Library of considerable value – especially well provided with books and MSS. relating to Hanover on condition that the works which were already possessed by the Royal Library should be transferred to the Town Library of the capital. The estimated number of volumes is, of printed books, upwards of 80,000; and of MSS., about 2000. The strength of the collection lies in the departments of History and Politics, and the MSS. are of considerable value. Of late years more liberal access has been permitted than formerly existed.

The chief attraction of the Hanover Library is its collection of the papers of Leibnitz, consisting of his correspondence. Besides his own letters, there are a great many letters of the eminent persons to whom he wrote. “His correspondence”, says Dr. Noehden, “was most extensive; and, what is surprising in a man so much occupied, it seems that he generally copied his letters, and not infrequently transcribed the same composition two or three times. Those in the Library are, for the most part, the first arrangements. There was scarcaly any one of his contemporaries of celebrity, with whom he had not an epistolary intercourse. A great many of the letters are written in French, and in Latin; some in other languages. One of his most distinguished correspondents was the Electoress of Hanover, the Princess Sophia, mother of George l.

aus den “Memoirs of libraries: including a handbook of library economy” von Edward Edwards (Google Books) verwendet.

Das von der CTRL Semantic Engine bereit gestellte Ergebnis:

THE ROYAL PUBLIC LIBRARY OF HANOVER

The Royal Public Library of Hanover was founded by Duke JohnFrederick about the year 1660.It has been successively augmented by the acquisition of the following among other less important collections: – In 1678 that of M. Fogel of Hamburgh; in 1696, that of Westenholz; about 1698, that of the Elector Ernest Augustus ; in 1716, that of Leibnitz; in 1729, that of GW Molanus; in 1750, that of the late Duke of Cambridge , who bequeathed a Library of considerable value – especially well provided with books and MSS. relating to Hanover on condition that the works which were already possessed by the Royal Library should be transferred to the Town Library of the capital. The estimated number of volumes is, of printed books, upwards of 80,000; and of MSS., about 2000. The strength of the collection lies in the departments of History and Politics, and the MSS. are of considerable value. Of late years more liberal access has been permitted than formerly existed.

The chief attraction of the Hanover Library is its collection of the papers of Leibnitz, consisting of his correspondence. Besides his own letters, there are a great many letters of the eminent persons to whom he wrote. “His correspondence”, says Dr. Noehden , “was most extensive; and, what is surprising in a man so much occupied, it seems that he generally copied his letters, and not infrequently transcribed the same composition two or three times. Those in the Library are, for the most part, the first arrangements. There was scarcaly any one of his contemporaries of celebrity, with whom he had not an epistolary intercourse. A great many of the letters are written in French, and in Latin; some in other languages. One of his most distinguished correspondents was the Electoress of Hanover, the Princess Sophia , mother of George l.

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THE ROYAL PUBLIC LIBRARY OF HANOVER

The Royal Public Library of Hanover was founded by Duke JohnFrederick about the year 1660 .It has been successively augmented by the acquisition of the following among other less important collections: — In 1678 that of M. Fogel of Hamburgh; in 1696, that of Westenholz; about 1698, that of the Elector Ernest Augustus; in 1716, that of Leibnitz; in 1729, that of GW Molanus; in 1750, that of the late Duke of Cambridge, who bequeathed a Library of considerable value — especially well provided with books and MSS.

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THE ROYAL PUBLIC LIBRARY OF HANOVER

The Royal Public Library of Hanover was founded by Duke JohnFrederick about the year 1660 .It has been successively augmented by the acquisition of the following among other less important collections: — In 1678 that of M. Fogel of Hamburgh; in 1696, that of Westenholz; about 1698, that of the Elector Ernest Augustus; in 1716, that of Leibnitz; in 1729, that of GW Molanus; in 1750, that of the late Duke of Cambridge, who bequeathed a Library of considerable value — especially well provided with books and MSS.

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1. Verwendeter Auszug:

THE ROYAL PUBLIC LIBRARY OF HANOVER

The Royal Public Library of Hanover was founded by Duke JohnFrederick about the year 1660.It has been successively augmented by the acquisition of the following among other less important collections: – In 1678 that of M. Fogel of Hamburgh; in 1696, that of Westenholz; about 1698, that of the Elector Ernest Augustus; in 1716, that of Leibnitz; in 1729, that of GW Molanus; in 1750, that of the late Duke of Cambridge, who bequeathed a Library of considerable value – especially well provided with books and MSS. relating to Hanover on condition that the works which were already possessed by the Royal Library should be transferred to the Town Library of the capital. The estimated number of volumes is, of printed books, upwards of 80,000; and of MSS., about 2000. The strength of the collection lies in the departments of History and Politics, and the MSS. are of considerable value. Of late years more liberal access has been permitted than formerly existed.

The chief attraction of the Hanover Library is its collection of the papers of Leibnitz, consisting of his correspondence. Besides his own letters, there are a great many letters of the eminent persons to whom he wrote. “His correspondence”, says Dr. Noehden, “was most extensive; and, what is surprising in a man so much occupied, it seems that he generally copied his letters, and not infrequently transcribed the same composition two or three times. Those in the Library are, for the most part, the first arrangements. There was scarcaly any one of his contemporaries of celebrity, with whom he had not an epistolary intercourse. A great many of the letters are written in French, and in Latin; some in other languages. One of his most distinguished correspondents was the Electoress of Hanover, the Princess Sophia, mother of George l.

Libcatcode.org

Eines Tages begab es sich, dass sich eine Programmiererin (m/w) und ein Bibliothekar (m/w) trafen. Der Bibliothekar sprach: “Du hast Deinen Code in meinen Metadaten!”
Die Programmiererin antwortete: “Deine Metadaten sind in meinem Code!”

So oder ähnlich soll sich die Gründung von Libcatcode.org zugetragen haben. Libcatcode ist eine Q&A-Seite für alle Fragen rund um “cataloging/coding integration and dialogue”.

Die Software dahinter ist übrigens OSQA von Bitnami, das auch für die Answers-Sektion von Semanticweb.com eingesetzt wird.