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* [http://vowl.visualdataweb.org/webvowl/index.html#sioc WebVOWL] (we will look more at this when we go into OWL later)
 
* [http://vowl.visualdataweb.org/webvowl/index.html#sioc WebVOWL] (we will look more at this when we go into OWL later)
  
==Lecture 8: RDFS Plus (tentative)==
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==Lecture 8: RDFS Plus==
 
* Chapter 8 in Allemang & Hendler. ''In text book.''
 
* Chapter 8 in Allemang & Hendler. ''In text book.''
  

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Text book

The text book in INFO216 is Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist, Second Edition: Effective Modeling in RDFS and OWL by Dean Allemang and James Hendler (Jun 3, 2011). Morgan Kaufmann. The whole book is obligatory reading.

Other materials

In addition, the materials listed below for each lecture is either mandatory or suggested reading. Make sure you download the papers and web sites in good time before the exam. That way you are safe if a site becomes unavailable or somehow damaged the last few days before the exam. Note that to download some of the papers, you need to be inside UiB's network. Either use a computer directly on the UiB network or connect to your UiB account with VPN if you are elsewhere.

Finally, the lectures and lectures notes are also in the curriculum.

Lectures

Below are the mandatory and suggested readings for each lecture. All the text-book chapters are mandatory.

Lecture 1: Introduction

Lecture 2: RDF

Lecture 3: RDFS

(supplementary, but necessary for the labs and project)

Lecture 4: Architecture (and starting with RDFS Plus)

If we have time at the end, we will also review basic OWL concepts from "RDFS Plus":

  • Chapter 8 in Allemang & Hendler. In text book.

Lecture 5: Services

Lecture 6: SPARQL

Lecture 7: Visualisation

  • Shneiderman, Ben (1996): The eyes have it: A task by data type taxonomy for information visualizations. Paper. [1]
  • Heer & Shneiderman (2012): Interactive Dynamics for Visual Analysis - A taxonomy of tools that support the fluent and flexible use of visualizations. Paper. [2]
  • Skjæveland 2012: Sgvizler. Paper. [3]
  • Sgvizler 0.6
  • VOWL: Visual Notation for OWL Ontologies (we will look more at this when we go into OWL later)
  • WebVOWL (we will look more at this when we go into OWL later)

Lecture 8: RDFS Plus

  • Chapter 8 in Allemang & Hendler. In text book.

Lecture 9: Vocabularies (tentative)

  • Chapters 9-10 and 13 in Allemang & Hendler. In text book.
  • Linked Open Vocabularies (LOV)

Lecture 10: Linked Open Data (LOD) (tentative)

  • LODstats
  • The Linking Open Data cloud diagram
  • State of the LOD Cloud 2014

Lecture 11: Resources (tentative)

Lecture 12: OWL (tentative)

  • Chapters 11-12 in Allemang & Hendler. In text book.
  • OWL2 Overview
  • OWL2 Primer
  • OWL2 Web Ontology Language Manchester Syntax
  • Jena Ontology API

Lecture 13: OWL DL (tentative)

  • Nardi & Brachman: Introduction to Description Logics. Chapter 1 in Description Logic Handbook. Paper. [4]
  • Baader & Nutt: Basic Description Logics. Chapter 2 in Description Logic Handbook. Paper. [5]
  • Complexity of Reasoning in Description Logics [6]

Lecture 14: Ontology development (tentative)

  • Chapters 14-16 in Allemang & Hendler. In text book.
  • Noy & McGuinness (2001): Ontology Development 101: A Guide to Creating Your First Ontology. Paper. [7]
  • Sicilia et al. (2012): Empirical findings on ontology metrics. Paper. [8]
INFO216, UiB, Spring 2017, Prof. Andreas L. Opdahl (c)