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Reboot of “Using interface encapsulation to listen to linked data predicates”

Introduction 3 Years ago I wrote a blog post which was a submission to the ISWC 2014 Developers workshop. The idea has been implemented with the Enyo framework which at the time was still a viable ecosystem. The implementation has been used in production in various installations of our systems. Time has passed on and the EnyoJS framework is no longer supported, its successor was very much tied to react so would be very framework specific. In order to come up with a simple solution to the encapsulation problem I decided to reimplement the whole idea using WebComponents Design Principle…

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Using IBM DB2 NoSQL Graph Store in Websphere Application Server Community Edition

This is the first of a series of blog posts about our experience with the IBM DB2 Express-C NoSQL Graph Store (hereafter DB2 RDF) in combination with IBM WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (hereafter WASCE). The DB2 RDF product allows the storage and manipulation of RDF data. The data can be stored in graphs, all according to W3C Recommendations. The DB2 RDF product uses the Apache Jena programming model to interact with the underlying store. In the very detailed documentation there is an outline of products and tools needed to get the basic DB2 RDF programming environment going. This series…

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Simple Application of Linked Data Principles for Firefighters

One way firefighters world wide assist themselves while navigating through towns and cities is recording ‘distinctive points’ (actually that is how we navigate through smoke as well.) So instead of a ‘turn left at the third traffic light’ we often record ‘turn left at ABC Pharmacy’. So where does linked data come into play? In the current economic situation shops come and go, so ‘ABC Pharmacy’ from the example might be long gone, leaving a driver clueless as where to turn left! What stays the same is the address, but then again navigating on addresses is not really trustworthy so…

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