An Open Source System Architecture for Digital Geolinguistic Linked Open Data
Digital Geolinguistic systems encourages collaboration between linguists, historians, archaeologists, ethnographers, as they explore the relationship between language and cultural adaptation and change. These systems can be used as instructional tools, presenting complex data and relationships in a way accessible to all educational levels. In this poster, we present a system architecture based on a LOD approach the aim of which is to increase the level of interoperability of geolinguistic applications and the reuse of the data.
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