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Knowledge and technology transfer between an academic institution and partners in the economy has gained importance in recent years. Universities seek to increase the visibility of their research activities and offered services, whereas business companies primarily focus on available expertise and services. In the past, this information was provide...
In the publishing process for research data, common user interfaces for gathering descriptive structured metadata traditionally rely on static free-text input elements. This constitutes an obstacle for interdisciplinary, unambiguous, fine-grained data descriptions. Reusing already existing domain-specific metadata models based on semantic ontologie...
The World Wide Web represents a tremendous source of knowledge, whose amount constantly increases. Open Data initiatives and the Semantic Web community have emphasized the need to publish data in a structured format based on open standards and ideally linked to other data sources. But that does not necessarily lead to error-free information and dat...