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LIVE: a Tool for Checking Licenses Compatibility between Vocabularies and Data 
Guido Governatori1, Ho-Pun Lam1, Antonio R...
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LIVE: a Tool for Checking Licenses Compatibility between Vocabularies and Data

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Poster of the LIVE framework presented during the Poster & Demo session during the Semantic Web Conference, 2014.

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LIVE: a Tool for Checking Licenses Compatibility between Vocabularies and Data

  1. 1. LIVE: a Tool for Checking Licenses Compatibility between Vocabularies and Data Guido Governatori1, Ho-Pun Lam1, Antonio Rotolo2, Serena Villata3, Ghislain A. Atemezing4(*), and Fabien Gandon3 1NICTA Queensland Research Laboratory firstname.lastname@nicta.com.au Nowadays, lots of effort is needed to enhance the association of licenses to data on the Web, and to process licensed material in an automated way 1 Efforts are made to explicitly attach licenses to data on the Web 2 3 Vocabularies are specific types of data used to model datasets How can a publisher detects incompatibilities between licenses in data and vocabularies? LIVE (Licenses VErification) is a framework to support data publishers in verifying licenses compatibility between the data and the vocabularies LIVE Features • LIVE takes an input a graph URI or VOiD file • Retrieves vocabularies used in a dataset • Retrieves for each vocabulary, the associate license using Linked Open Vocabulary catalogue • Takes an input the set of licenses of the vocabularies and the dataset • Uses RDF-Defeasible Theory of SPINdle to check Licenses compatibility • Returns yes/no answers. • LIVE is a Javascript application, combining HTML + Bootstrap (CSS) • VoID License parsing using a N3 parser for Javascript. • An API for consuming the result of SPINdle (JAVA) output. • Demo available at http://www.eurecom.fr/~atemezin/licenseChecker/index.html (*) The author thanks the Semantic Web Science Association (SWSA) for the grant receives to participate at ISWC, 2014. 2University of Bologna Antonio.rotolo@unibo.it 3INRIA Sophia Antipolis firstname.lastname@inria.fr 4EURECOM, Sophia Antipolis atemezin@eurecom.fr LIVE framework architecture LIVE Implementation Licenses compatibility module User Interface and sample results 70% of the datasets used for evaluation were verified by LIVE in less than 5 s. Motivation

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