Kennen Sie schon … die Initiative „Linguistic Linked Open Data“?

Lin­guis­tic Linked Open Data is a move­ment about pub­lish­ing data for lin­guis­tics and nat­ur­al lan­guage pro­cess­ing using the fol­low­ing prin­ci­ples:

Data should be open­ly license using licens­es such as the Cre­ative Com­mons licens­es.
The ele­ments in a dataset should be unique­ly iden­ti­fied by means of a URI.
The URI should resolve, so users can access more infor­ma­tion using web browsers.
Resolv­ing an LLOD resource should return results using web stan­dards such as HTML, RDF or JSON-LD (Con­tent Nego­ti­a­tion may be used to show dif­fer­ent ver­sions to dif­fer­ent users).
Links to oth­er resources should be includ­ed to help users dis­cov­er new resources and pro­vide seman­tics.

The pri­ma­ry ben­e­fits of LLOD have been iden­ti­fied as:Rep­re­sen­ta­tion: Linked graphs are a more flex­i­ble rep­re­sen­ta­tion for­mat for lin­guis­tic data:
Inter­op­er­abil­i­ty: Com­mon RDF mod­els can eas­i­ly be inte­grat­ed
Fed­er­a­tion: Data from mul­ti­ple sources can triv­ial­ly be com­bined
Ecosys­tem: Tools for RDF and linked data are wide­ly avail­able under open source licens­es
Expres­siv­i­ty: Exist­ing vocab­u­lar­ies such as OWLlemon and NIF help express lin­guis­tic resources.
Seman­tics: Com­mon links express what you mean.
Dynam­ic­i­ty: Web data can be con­tin­u­ous­ly improved.

Ein LLOD-Pro­jekt ist die Lin­guis­tic Linked Open Data Cloud:

The Lin­guis­tic Linked Open Data cloud is a col­lab­o­ra­tive effort pur­sued by sev­er­al mem­bers of the OWLG, with the gen­er­al goal to devel­op a Linked Open Data (sub-)cloud of lin­guis­tic resources. The dia­gram is inspired by the Link­ing Open Data cloud dia­gram by Richard Cyga­ni­ak and Anja Jentzsch, and the resources includ­ed are cho­sen accord­ing to the same cri­te­ria of open­ness, avail­abil­i­ty and inter­link­ing. Although not all resources are already avail­able, we active­ly work towards this goal, and sub­se­quent ver­sions of this dia­gram will be restrict­ed to open­ly avail­able resources. Until that point, please refer to the dia­gram explic­it­ly as a „draft“.

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