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Re: RDF interlinking evaluation.

From: Martijn van der Plaat <martijn@profec.nl>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 11:49:03 +0200
Message-ID: <BANLkTi=m06y3V0LsJi1O_wFb2g4WRYO90g@mail.gmail.com>
To: Samur Araujo <s.f.cardosodearaujo@tudelft.nl>
Cc: public-lod@w3.org
Dear Samur/all,

I already had the idea to inform the lod-public mailinglist about my
masterthesis, regarding dataset linking on the Web of Data. Actually,
this question is a good reason to bring this idea into reality.

The case is that I did a similar researchproject for my masterthesis
titled "dataset linkage recommendation on the Web of Data".
The main researchquestion I formulated was: "given a dataset, which
candidate datasets on the Web of Data have the highest chance of
holding co-references, in order to increase the efficiency of
co-reference resolution".

Within my masterthesis I also described a Gold Standard. Maybe its
useful for your topic. You can download my thesis at:

There is also another researchproject on this topic called:
"Identifying Relevant Sources for Data Linking using a Semantic Web
link: http://events.linkeddata.org/ldow2011/papers/ldow2011-paper10-nikolov.pdf

Martijn van der Plaat

2011/4/27 Samur Araujo <s.f.cardosodearaujo@tudelft.nl>:
> interlinking of RDF data.
> I am investigating an automatic approach for interlinking dataset in the
> linked data cloud. My approach only interlinks resources that refer to a
> same entity in the real world (it does not means that produced interlinks
> are the "sameas" relationship).
> Are there any benchmark RDF datasets that I can use to evaluate the
> precision and recall of the interlinks created by my approach?
> It would be nice whether someone could point me to datasets that was
> manually curated, having high quality interlinks that I could use as a
> Golden Set.
> Any suggestion in this direction will be welcome.
> Regards,
> --
> M.Sc. Samur Araujo
> Ph.D Student
> TU Delft - Delft University of Technology - EWI
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