Guidelines for Multilingual Linked Data
published: Nov. 20, 2013, recorded: June 2013, views: 2348
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In this talk, we argue that there is a growing number of linked datasets in different natural languages, and that there is a need for guidelines and mechanisms to ensure the quality and organic growth of this emerging multilingual data network. However, we have little knowledge regarding the actual state of this data network, its current practices, and the open challenges that it poses. Questions regarding the distribution of natural languages, the links that are established across data in different languages, or how linguistic features are represented, remain mostly unanswered. Addressing these and other language-related issues can help to identify existing problems, propose new mechanisms and guidelines or adapt the ones in use for publishing linked data including language-related features, and, ultimately, provide metrics to evaluate quality aspects.
In this talk we review, discuss, and extend current guidelines for publishing linked data (1) by focusing on those methods, techniques and tools that can help RDF publishers to cope with language barriers, and (2) by identifying existing gaps, remaining research and technical challenges. Whenever possible, we will illustrate and discuss each of these guidelines, methods, and tools on the basis of practical examples that we have encountered in the publication of the datos.bne.es dataset.
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