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An Incomplete and Simplifying Introduction to Linked Data
Authors Anja JENTZSCH, Ricardo USBECK and Denny VRANDECIC
Part Foundations
Topics Linked Data
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An Incomplete and Simplifying Introduction to Linked Data

The chapter "An Incomplete and Simplifying Introduction to Linked Data" was written by Anja JENTZSCH, Ricardo USBECK and Denny VRANDECIC.

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Linked Data is becoming an increasingly popular method to publish data. It is based on a simple set of rules and a number of widely adopted standards. This introductory article aims at capturing the simplicity of Linked Data, and the concepts behind the related standards. It will help the reader to understand the basic elements of Linked Data and its related technologies. Using the example of a calendar app, we will highlight the practical advantages of using Linked Data for writing apps and publishing data in a completely decoupled way.

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AbstractLinked Data is becoming an increasingly po Linked Data is becoming an increasingly popular method to publish data. It is based on a simple set of rules and a number of widely

adopted standards. This introductory article aims at capturing the simplicity of Linked Data, and the concepts behind the related standards. It will help the reader to understand the basic elements of Linked Data and its related technologies. Using the example of a calendar app, we

will highlight the practical advantages of using Linked Data for writing apps and publishing data in a completely decoupled way.
ishing data in a completely decoupled way.
AuthorAnja JENTZSCH  +, and Ricardo USBECK and Denny VRANDECIC  +
Book part titleFoundations  +
Chapter titleAn Incomplete and Simplifying Introduction to Linked Data  +
TopicsLinked Data  +
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