Introduction into Knowledge Graphs
This presentation introduces the idea of publishing an organization's information assets in an integrated Knowledge Graph. It will give examples of real-world Knowledge Graphs and their productive use.
Creating Knowledge Graphs
This presentation explains how Knowledge Graphs are constructed out simpler components. It also shows practical solutions for common modeling use cases.
Querying Knowledge Graphs
This presentation provides an introduction into SPARQL: the standardized way of querying Linked Data Knowledge Graphs.
Adding 3D Visualization to the SPARQL Query Loop (August 30
In presentation we explain how 3D visualization can be used to visualize SPARQL result sets. The benefit of such a visualization is that it allows geo-spatial and statistical results to be interpreted in a more natural and easy way.
This presentation was held at the
Free and Open Source Software for Geo (FOSS4G) Conference 2018
Presentation about the LOD Laundromat, a large-scale Linked Data crawling and cleaning infrastructure.
The ‘K’ in ‘Semantic Web’ Stands for ‘Knowledge’ (June 19
These are the introductory slides to the defense of my PhD thesis
The ‘K’ in ‘Semantic Web’ Stands for ‘Knowledge’
Near Sameness is Somewhat the Same As Sameness
Presentation about the
property and the
resource and web service. Presented at ESWC 2018; winner of the Best Resource Paper Award.
nlGis: A Use Case in Linked Historic Geodata (June 3
Meaning on the Web
Lecture in the Knowledge Representation on the Web course.
This presentation covers various aspects of Linked Data Quality.
Presentation about Empirical Semantics, a new approach towards the study of meaning that uses empirical experiments over Big Semantics Web Data.
Semantics of Knowledge Graphs
This presentation introduces the formalization of meaning within a Knowledge Graph. It follows Semantic Web standards in order to determine the automatically assign meaning to data items.