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2015 Prepared Talk Proposals

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Your higher education institution likely offers dozens of online resources for educators, students, researchers, and the public. And each of these online resources likely has its own search tool. But users can't be expected to search in dozens of different interfaces to find what they're looking for. A typical solution for this issue is federated search.
== Indexing Linked Data with LDPath ==
* Chris Beer,, Stanford University Libraries
LDPath [1] is a simple query language for indexing linked open data, with support for caching, content negotiation, and integration with non-RDF endpoints. This talk will demonstrate the features and potential of the language and framework to index a resource with links into,,, etc to build an application-ready document.
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