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Linked Open Data -- Creating Knowledge Out of Interlinked Data

Volume 8661 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 196-213

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Linked Open Data for Public Procurement

  • Vojtěch SvátekAffiliated withUniversity of Economics Email author 
  • , Jindřich MynarzAffiliated withUniversity of Economics
  • , Krzysztof WęcelAffiliated withI2G
  • , Jakub KlímekAffiliated withCzech Technical University and University of Economics
  • , Tomáš KnapAffiliated withCharles University and University of Economics
  • , Martin NečaskýAffiliated withCharles University

Abstract

Public procurement is an area that could largely benefit from linked open data technology. The respective use case of the LOD2 project covered several aspects of applying linked data on public contracts: ontological modeling of relevant concepts (Public Contracts Ontology), data extraction from existing semi-structured and structured sources, support for matchmaking the demand and supply on the procurement market, and aggregate analytics. The last two, end-user oriented, functionalities are framed by a specifically designed (prototype) web application.