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Term or phrase linked data
Language English
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Definition A pattern for hyperlinking machine-readable data sets to each other using Semantic Web techniques, especially via the use of RDF and URIs. Enables distributed SPARQL queries of the data sets and a browsing or discovery approach to finding information (as compared to a search strategy). Linked Data is intended for access by both humans and machines. Linked Data uses the RDF family of standards for data interchange (e.g., RDF/XML, RDFa, Turtle) and query (SPARQL). If Linked Data is published on the public Web, it is generally called Linked Open Data.
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Is the text of the definition a quotation or a paraphrase of the source? quotation
Source of definition online “Linked Data Glossary: W3C Working Group Note 27 June 2013,” W3C, accessed December 21, 2015, http://www.w3.org/TR/ld-glossary/#linked-data (links omitted)
Significant terms and phrases hyperlink, machine-readable, machine readable, data set, dataset, Semantic Web, RDF, URI, SPARQL, query, information, XML, RDFa, Turtle, public, World Wide Web, Linked Open Data
Translation equivalent dados conectados
Language Portuguese
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Sources of information in print W3C Escritório Brasil and Laboratório Brasileiro de Cultura Digital, Manual dos dados abertos: Desenvolvedores (São Paulo: Comitê Gestor da Internet no Brasil, 2011), 20
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Has connection to term or phrasehyperlink +, machine-readable +, machine readable +, data set +, dataset +, Semantic Web +, RDF +, URI +, SPARQL +, query +, information +, XML +, RDFa +, Turtle +, public +, World Wide Web + and Linked Open Data +
Has definitionA pattern for hyperlinking machine-readablA pattern for hyperlinking machine-readable data sets to each other using Semantic Web techniques, especially via the use of RDF and URIs. Enables distributed SPARQL queries of the data sets and a browsing or discovery approach to finding information (as compared to a search strategy). Linked Data is intended for access by both humans and machines. Linked Data uses the RDF family of standards for data interchange (e.g., RDF/XML, RDFa, Turtle) and query (SPARQL). If Linked Data is published on the public Web, it is generally called Linked Open Data. is generally called Linked Open Data.
Has function in sentence or vocabularynoun +
Has languageEnglish +
Has quotation or paraphrasequotation +
Has source of information in printW3C Escritório Brasil and Laboratório Brasileiro de Cultura Digital, Manual dos dados abertos: Desenvolvedores (São Paulo: Comitê Gestor da Internet no Brasil, 2011), 20 +
Has source of information online“Linked Data Glossary: W3C Working Group Note 27 June 2013,” W3C, accessed December 21, 2015, http://www.w3.org/TR/ld-glossary/#linked-data (links omitted) +
Has translation equivalentdados conectados +
Has translation languagePortuguese +
Is term or phraselinked data +