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How to do linked data with Topic Maps

Tutorial, was published by Graham Moore at 2010-04-14

This tutorial presents the concepts and techniques for publishing Topic Maps data as Linked Data.

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Linked Data is gaining more popularity as a way to expose government and public information. While the main format for Linked Data is RDF it is possible to publish Linked Data from a Topic Map. This tutorial presents the concepts and techniques for publishing Topic Maps data as Linked Data.

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