Towards Multi-use of ocean data on the semantic web

Tao, Feng; Campbell, Jon; Griffiths, Gwyn. 2008 Towards Multi-use of ocean data on the semantic web. [Speech] In: USL seminar, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, Apr 2008. (Unpublished)

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Collaborative Ocean is an initiative under Ocean2025 to build a semantic web infrastructure to enable marine scientists to collaboratively publish their resources on the semantic web to assist multi-use of the ocean data. An important task in this mission is to enable semantic annotation of sensors, measurement data, operation, personnel, etc. and generate a repository of RDF triples in order to exploit semantic web capacities such as navigation and inference for intelligent resource discovery and data interoperability. To this end, we hope interested oceanographers, marine engineers and data providers can work collaboratively with the semantic web community to help opening up their data through weaving the semantic web. This initialtive will complement the ontology groups, in particular the device ontology group by providing them a semantic web infrastructure on which their integration can be experimented.

Item Type: Publication - Conference Item (Speech)
Additional Keywords: device ontology, semantic web, marine data interoprebability, collaberative ocean
Date made live: 15 Jul 2008 +0 (UTC)

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