DataConf and Its Linked Open Data Ecosystem: Produce, Link and Consume Scientific Conference Metadata

Abstract : DataConf is a mobile Web mashup application that allows brows- ing conference metadata (publications, authors, authors’ organiza- tions), as well as the conference schedule (tracks, sessions, talks). It uses Linked Data and Web APIs to enrich the conference dataset with resources (authors’ other publications, organizations homep- ages) from different other endpoints. It also performs client-side reasoning to retrieve and recommend publications. Unlike other mashups, DataConf dynamically aggregates data on the client side. Server-side calculations are devoted to the queried data sources, not to the DataConf server itself. DataConf is easily con- figurable and deployable for any conference with available metadata on a SPARQL endpoint. Its component-based architec- ture allows developing new extensions to query extra data sources. We also propose several custom data sources, among which SimpleSchedule that provides a convenient interface for managing conference events and exposes them on a SPARQL endpoint and DataPaper that allows conference participants to enrich their own data.
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Lionel Médini, Florian Bâcle, Fiona Le Peutrec, Benoît Durant de la Pastellière. DataConf and Its Linked Open Data Ecosystem: Produce, Link and Consume Scientific Conference Metadata. Proceedings of the LinkedUp Veni Competition on Linked and Open Data for Education held at the Open Knowledge Conference (OKCon 2013), Sep 2013, Geneva, Switzerland. pp.3-10. ⟨hal-01270888⟩

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