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Sixth TUC Meeting: SADI: A design-pattern for “native” Linked-Data Semantic Web Services by Mark D. Wilkinson (UPM)

  • Posted on: 20 May 2015
  • By: Damaris Coll

During last TUC Meeting in Barcelona we were glad to welcome Mark D. Wilkinson from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid with his presentation "SADI: A design-pattern for “native” Linked-Data Semantic Web Services".

SADI, stands for Semantic Automated Discovery and Integration, and is a standard-compliant lightweight design-pattern for bionfirmatics with the aim of making web services look more like the semantic web. SADI takes into account that webservices in bioinformatics create implicit biological relationships between their input and output by making the subject URI of the output graph the same as for the input graph. It results in having a behavior similar to the web itself which can be also described as POST "behaving" like GET. Check the slides and video to learn more about how SADI uses OWL and RDF and about SHARE the health research environment that answers SPARQL queries with SADI.

Watch Mark D. Wilkinson talking about SADI and SHARE.

Learn more about using RDF, OWL and SPARQL with our TUC Meeting presentations slides.

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