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15th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM2015, INFORMATICS, GEOINFORMATICS AND REMOTE SENSING
The Linked Data Web (LDW) is an evolution of the traditional Web from a global information space of linked documents to one where both documents and data are linked. A significant amount of geographic information about places are currently being published on this LDW. These are used to qualify the location of other types of datasets. This paper examines the limitations in the nature of location representation in some typical examples of these Resource Description Framework (RDF) resources,doi:10.5593/sgem2015/b21/s7.034 fatcat:6cewwww3s5h4dpt5huwkmuxtfi