Toward a Basic Profile for Linked Data

A collection of best practices and a simple approach for a Linked Data architecture

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Martin Nally and Steve Speicher

Date archived: December 16, 2016 | First published: December 06, 2011

W3C defines a wide range of standards for the Semantic Web and Linked Data suitable for many possible use cases. While using Linked Data as an application integration technology in the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) domain, IBM has found that there are often several possible ways of applying the existing standards, yet little guidance is provided on how to combine them. This article explains motivating background information and a proposal for a Basic Profile for Linked Data.

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