[Tutorial 1]

How to Build Your Own Triplestore Using Table Data

  • Ryota Yamanaka(Oracle Corporation)

In the first half of this tutorial, we will explain how to practically use semantic web features of an enterprise database, Oracle Database 18c. We will not focus on the product specific how-to, but discuss how those functions can be implemented in the actual database management system.

  • How to build a triplestore and SPARQL endpoint
  • How to run OWL inferences and custom rules
  • How to convert table data to RDF data using R2RML

In the latter half, we will introduce graph database features of Oracle Database 18c for showing the difference between RDF graph model and property graph model.

  • What is property graph model
  • What is graph database
  • How to convert RDF data to property graph data

The hands-on material will be uploaded to the following wiki pages. During the tutorial, cloud instances are temporarily provided to the attendees. For trying the hands-on on your machines, please setup the environment following the instruction in "Setup" page.


[Tutorial 2]

Practical use of Knowledge Graph
with Case Studies using Semantic Web Publishing tools

  • Hiroaki Morikawa(Fujitsu Laboratories Limited)
  • Kenji Kobayashi(Fujitsu Laboratories Limited)

The first half of the tutorial is a lecture of Linked Data related tools. You can learn how to use the tools from our experiences. In the lecture you will see a development process of a web application for analyzing the trends of conferences with Linked Data technologies.

The second half of the tutorial is a Hands-on session. In the session, we are going to develop a financial application using a financial dataset loaded in LOD4ALL with the sample code which we provide. The attendees are encouraged to get your github account before the Hands-on session. Tutorial github page is https://github.com/lod4all/jist2018-hands-on. You can checkout the sample code from the page.

The official language is English in this tutorial. But we will accept questions in English, Chinese and Japanese. And we will have Chinese speaking tutors and Japanese speaking tutors in the Hands-on session.

We believe all day attendance is most valuable for you. But you are welcome to attend the morning session or the afternoon session only.



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