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“Linked Data: A Geographic Perspective (English Edition)”,作者:[Glen Hart, Catherine Dolbear]

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"Anybody interested in how geographical information can be used to combine and access datasets and information in the Web should read this book. This text introduces developments in the Semantic Web and Linked Data, and offers guidance on how to implement Geographic Information as Linked Data. ... The reader does not need to be an expert in the Semantic Web, Linked Data, or Geographic Information to follow this text. Terms and concepts are explained in relatively easy-to-follow language, and the material is presented in a logically structured sequence. ... Glen Hart and Catherine Dolbear deserve to be complimented on how they have approached this subject matter and for their ability to present the material in an engaging style that is reasonably straightforward to follow. Anybody who needs to understand how to work with Geographic Information should think of this book as mandatory reading." -Peter Keller, GEOMATICA, Vol. 67, No. 4, 2013 "It is unusual to enthuse over a book on such a technical topic, but this volume is a gem. ... It fully meets [the authors'] objective of being a practical guide to implementing solutions based on Linked Data and the Semantic Web that involve Geographic Information. The practical experience of the authors shines through and the text is complete and precise enough to allow little scope for argument over academic detail. But my greatest praise is for its readability. To produce a book that is such a pleasure to read on ... such a technical topic is an outstanding achievement. ... [Hart and Dolbear] have a rare talent for making complex concepts clear and the potentially dull sparkle." -Mike Jackson, Ph.D., FRICS, FRGS, Emeritus Professor for Geospatial Science, Nottingham Geospatial Institute, The University of Nottingham, UK --此文字指其他 kindle_edition 版本。

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A Gentle Beginning What This Book Is About and Who It Is For Geography and the Semantic Web GI in the Semantic Web Examples Conventions Used in the Book Structure of the Book A Last Thought about How to Read This Book Linked Data and the Semantic Web Introduction From a Web of Documents to a Web of Knowledge Early History and the Development of the Semantic Web Semantic Web Benefits How It Works Recent Trends in the Field Summing Up and Signposts to the Next Chapter Notes Geographic Information Introduction What Is Geographic Information? The Many Forms of GI Representations and Uses of GI A Brief History of Geographic Information Summary Notes Geographic Information in an Open World Introduction Principles Applying the Semantic Web to GI Important Observations Summary Notes The Resource Description Framework Introduction RDF: The Purpose A Word about Identity The RDF Data Model RDF Serialization RDFS Popular RDFS Vocabularies RDF for the Thinking Geographer Summary Notes Organizing GI as Linked Data Introduction Identity: Designing and Applying Universal Resource Identifiers Identity: Names Geometry Classification Topology and Mereology Summary Notes Publishing Linked Data Introduction Linked Data Principles Making URIs Dereferenceable or Slash versus Hash Linked Data Design Linked Data Generation Describing the Linked Dataset Provenance Authentication and Trust Licensing Linked Data Software Tools Testing and Debugging Linked Data Summary Notes Using Linked Data Introduction Business Models for Linked Data SPARQL Linking to External Datasets: Types of Link Link Design Process Link Discovery and Creation Encoding Context: An Atheist's View of Web Identity Link Maintenance Evaluating Link Quality and Avoiding Semantic Spam Summary Notes OWL Introduction The Nature of OWL OWL Language Elements Properties Tools for Authoring Summary Notes Building Geographic Ontologies Introduction Types of Ontology Methodologies Building the Topographic Ontology of Merea Maps Ontology Reuse: Aiding Third-Party Data Integration Summary Notes Linking It All Together Introduction The Wide Scope of Geographic Information An Open World The Simplicity and Complexity of the Semantic Web The Technologies Benefits and Business Models Future Directions Concluding Thoughts Note References Appendix A: OWL Species Appendix B: OWL Constructs: Manchester Syntax and Rabbit Index --此文字指其他 kindle_edition 版本。

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  • 文件大小 : 13094 KB
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  • 出版社 : CRC Press (2016年4月19日)
  • ASIN : B00OD4FSJ2
  • 纸书页数 : 289页
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  • 语种: : 英语
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