DBpedia Archive

Category: Inter-linkage

  • New DBpedia Overview Article

    June 24, 2013
    We are pleased to announce that a new overview article for DBpedia is available. The article covers several aspects of the DBpedia community project: The DBpedia extraction framework. The mappings wiki as the central structure for maintaining the community-curated DBpedia ontology. Statistics on the multilingual support in DBpedia. DBpedia … read more
  • DBpedia 3.8 released, including enlarged Ontology and additional localized Versions

    August 6, 2012
    Hi all,we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia 3.8. The most important improvements of the new release compared to DBpedia 3.7 are: 1. the new release is based on updated Wikipedia dumps dating from late May / early June 2012. 2. the DBpedia ontology is enlarged and … read more
  • DBpedia 3.7 released, including 15 localized Editions

    September 11, 2011
    Hi all, we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia 3.7. The new release is based on Wikipedia dumps dating from late July 2011. The new DBpedia data set describes more than 3.64 million things, of which 1.83 million are classified in a consistent ontology, including 416,000 persons, … read more
  • Join the Tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference!

    We took the opportunity to organize a DBpedia Tutorial at the Knowledge Graph Conference 2021 on May 4, 2021.

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  • Links to DBpedia from Ontos NLP web services

    October 20, 2010
    The NLP specialist Ontos extends the quality and amount of information for developers by integrating its news portal into the Linked Data Cloud. Ontos’ GUIDs for objects are now dereferencable – the resulting RDF contains owl:sameAs-attributes to DBpedia, Freebase and others (cf. e.g the entry for Barack Obama). Within … read more
  • 3sat TV magazine features Linked Data and DBpedia

    June 27, 2009
    The 3Sat computer magazine ‘neues‘ has broadcasted a feature about Linked Data and DBpedia and the roles both efforts are playing in the evolution of the Web into a medium for the publication and linkage of data. See: Komplett verlinkt (Description of the broadcast, German) Broadcast, 3Sat, 21.6.2009 (German) … read more
  • DBpedia version 3.2 released including the new DBpedia Ontology

    November 17, 2008
    we are happy to announce the release of DBpedia version 3.2. The new knowledge base has been extracted from the October 2008 Wikipedia dumps. Compared to the last release, the new knowledge base provides three mayor improvements: 1. DBpedia Ontology DBpedia now features a shallow, cross-domain ontology, which has … read more
  • DBpedia is now interlinked with Freebase. Links to OpenCyc updated.

    November 15, 2008
    Freebase is an open-license database which provides data about million of things from various domains. Freebase has recently released an Linked Data interface to their content (See release note). As there is a big overlap between DBpedia and Freebase, we have added 2.4 million RDF links to DBpedia pointing at the corresponding things in Freebase. These … read more
  • DBpedia Mobile won the 2nd prize of the Semantic Web Challenge 2008

    November 2, 2008
    We are happy to announce that DBpedia Mobile has won the 2nd prize of the Semantic Web Challenge at the 7th International Semantic Web Conference. DBpedia Mobile is a location-aware client for the Semantic Web that can be used on an iPhone and other mobile devices. Based on the current … read more
  • DBpedia Mobile released.

    May 11, 2008
    Freie Universität Berlin has released DBpedia Mobile.  Based on the current GPS position of a mobile device, DBpedia Mobile renders a map containing information about nearby locations from the DBpedia dataset (currently around 300,000 locations). DBpedia Mobile uses the Marbles Linked Data Browser to render Fresnel-based views for selected resources, as well as its SPARQL capabilities to build the map view. Starting from the map, … read more
  • DBpedia-Cyc linkage

    October 3, 2007
    The commonsense knowledge base Cyc or OpenCyc (when compared to DBpedia) seems to follow a rather top-down approach – first more abstract concepts and entities are represented and later Cyc started to include also more domain knowledge. This seems to be reasonable, since domain knowledge changes faster and there … read more