RDF

Assessing, Creating and Using Knowledge Graph Restrictions

More and more data is created, but meaningfully answer questions with this data is not straightforward because we need a shared understanding of what the different data means and how it relates. Knowledge Graphs with concepts and relationships offer a flexible way to represent information: “Sven (thing) writes (relationship) dissertation(thing)” and “Sven (thing) is a (relationship) Person (thing)”. The technological basis of these graphs can be the web, where components of the graph are web addresses, thus humans and machines can look up components of the graph.

Statistics about Data Shape Use in RDF Data

EcoDaLo: Federated Advertisement Targeting With Linked Data

MontoloStats - Ontology Modeling Statistics

Policy-compliant data processing: RDF-based restrictions for data-protection