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2014 UBT International Conference
The term Linked Data is defined as a set of best practices for publishing and interlinking structured data on the web. These best practices were introduced by Tim Berners-Lee and are also known as principles. These best practices are used by the vast majority of data providers leading to the establishment of a global data space known as the web of data. In this paper will analyze and explore the technical principles of Linked Data, the best practices of using Linked Data, some deployed Linkeddoi:10.33107/ubt-ic.2014.53 fatcat:rao6uismqnedhfiiqv4j6t4ndm