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“A Skim-Read Introduction to Linked Data” mentions FRBR

Posted by: William Denton, 9 September 2009 7:44 am
Categories: Semantic Web

A Skim-Read Introduction to Linked Data, a presentation by Yves Raimond and Michael Smethurst of the BBC, is a good introduction to linked data. It’s just the slides, and the talking would help a lot, but you’ll make do. It’s moderately technical, so it’s not the best introduction for beginners, but have a look.

FRBR is mentioned on slide 92.


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