|Pattern-Based Linked Data Publication: The Linked Chess Dataset Case
|Year of Publication
|Rodríguez-Doncel, V, Krisnadhi, A, Hitzler, P, Cheatham, M, Karima, N, Amini, R
|Hartig, O, Sequeda, J, Hogan, A
|Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Consuming Linked Data co-located with 14th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2015), Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, US, October 12th, 2015
This paper discusses the relationship between ontology design patterns (ODPs), data models and linked data, proposing a method that simplifies the task of publishing linked data while adhering to good modeling practices that reuse well-studied ODPs. The proposed process simplifies the tasks of the domain experts but preserves the integrity of the design patterns, favoring a well-designed and well documented data model which fosters data reuse. The work is illustrated with a linked dataset of two million chess games, with the key information mapped to other linked datasets and supported by formalized design patterns. This is the first time a chess dataset is presented as linked data, and an insight on its usefulness is given.