Understanding Personal Data as a Space - Learning from Dataspaces to Create Linked Personal Data

Laura Dragan, Markus Luczak-Rösch, Nigel Shadbolt
2014 Extended Semantic Web Conference  
In this paper we argue that the space of personal data is a dataspace as defined by Franklin et al. We define a personal dataspace, as the space of all personal data belonging to a user, and we describe the logical components of the dataspace. We describe a Personal Dataspace Support Platform (PDSP) as a set of services to provide a unified view over the user's data, and to enable new and more complex workflows over it. We show the differences from a DSSP to a PDSP, and how the latter can be realized using Web protocols and Linked APIs.
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