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Free webinar 'Scaling up Linked Data' December 19 2013 2 pm GMT (3 pm CET)

From: Elena Simperl <e.simperl@soton.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2013 10:43:09 +0000
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The EUCLID project (http://www.euclid-project.eu) is happy to announce 
the sixth and last of its live webinar series. The webinar is dedicated 
to the theme of scalability in Linked Data applications and will be held 
on December 19th, 2013 at 2 pm GMT (3 pm CET).

Previous EUCLID webinars have provided an overview of the various 
application scenarios and best practices for publishing, managing, 
querying and interacting with Linked Data. At the same time, there are 
specific challenges related to the application of Linked Data 
technologies in scenarios which pose high demands in terms of data 
volume, velocity and variety. This webinar will address the current 
state-of-the-art of using Linked Data and semantic technologies in a Big 
Data context, including NoSQL for RDF data management, scalable RDFS 
reasoning, and stream data management.

To participate in the webinar please visit 
http://stadium.open.ac.uk/stadia/preview.php?whichevent=2299

The slides used in the webinar will be uploaded at 
http://www.slideshare.net/EUCLIDproject.

Recordings of the webinar will be made available shortly after the live 
event at http://vimeo.com/euclidproject

In the mean time, please feel free to follow us, for further 
announcements via Twitter at https://twitter.com/euclid_project or join 
our discussion group on LinkedIn at 
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Education-Training-on-Semantic-Technologies-4917016.

-- 
Dr. Elena Simperl
Senior Lecturer
Web and Internet Science Group
Electronics & Computer Science
University of Southampton
email: E.Simperl@soton.ac.uk
twitter: https://twitter.com/esimperl
telefone: +44 2380 59 7692
mobile: +44 7900 666705
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