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README.md

R2RML Parser

An R2RML implementation that can export relational database contents as RDF graphs, based on an R2RML mapping document. Contains an R2RML mapping document for the DSpace institutional repository solution.

For more information, please visit the wiki.

Please send any feedback/questions by email to nkons@live.com, or by direct message (dm) via twitter to @nkonstantinou. We'll be happy to discuss how to export your data into RDF.

Implementation details

R2RML implementation written fully in Java 7, using Apache Jena 2.7, Spring 3.2, JUnit 4.8, and Maven 3.0. Tested against MySQL 5.6 and PostgreSQL 9.2.

Licence

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/

You are free to use and distribute this work as long as you provide proper reference and respect the license terms.

Publications

  1. N. Konstantinou, D.E. Spanos, N. Houssos, N. Mitrou: "Exposing Scholarly Information as Linked Open Data: RDFizing DSpace contents". In The Electronic Library, 2014 (to appear) (pdf)

  2. N. Konstantinou, D.E. Spanos, N. Mitrou: "Transient and persistent RDF views over relational databases in the context of digital repositories". In 7th Metadata and Semantics Research Conference (MTSR'13), Thessaloniki, Greece, Springer, CCIS 390, pp. 342-354, November 2013 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-03437-9_33) (pdf)

  3. N. Konstantinou, N. Houssos, A. Manta: "Exposing Bibliographic Information as Linked Open Data using Standards-based Mappings: Methodology and Results". In 3rd International Conference on Integrated Information (IC-ININFO'13), Prague, Czech Republic, September 2013 (pdf) (slides)

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