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MOD004979 Semantic Data Technologies

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Assessment Description MOD004979


Note: The assessment is INDIVIDUAL and you cannot use the same idea as your group
work or used in learning material (e.g. Movie dataset)
Word Limit: 6000 words
Provisional Deadline: By 2pm Friday 10th December.

ASS118-3 Independent Project
ASS118-3 Independent Project


Objective:
To create a dataset using Semantic Data Technologies (i.e. a data model using an ontology, a
dataset using RDF/RDFS) and an application interface (UI) that runs SPARQL queries at the
back-end and executes results in human-readable format.
In Week 4, you will have individual meetings with your tutor to discuss your idea for the proposed
application to check its feasibility.


Concept / Aim (05%)
You can choose any idea for the application considering if the application area is a suitable one
for a semantic-based application? Are the aims both useful and achievable? e.g. an application
where users can search or filter some data using search controls (like text fields, checkboxes and
radio buttons).


Design (30%)
Use of RDF, RDF schema and Ontology design. You are encouraged to use existing RDF schema
and Ontologies but will be assessed on your added value. This may be focused on creating your
own, or extending/specialising existing frameworks, or using these in a knowledge-based
application

Assessment Description
Note: The assessment is INDIVIDUAL and you cannot use the same idea as your group
work or used in learning material (e.g. Movie dataset)
Word Limit: 6000 words
Provisional Deadline: By 2pm Friday 10th December.

Objective:
To create a dataset using Semantic Data Technologies (i.e. a data model using an ontology, a
dataset using RDF/RDFS) and an application interface (UI) that runs SPARQL queries at the
back-end and executes results in human-readable format.
In Week 4, you will have individual meetings with your tutor to discuss your idea for the proposed
application to check its feasibility.

Concept / Aim (05%)
You can choose any idea for the application considering if the application area is a suitable one
for a semantic-based application? Are the aims both useful and achievable? e.g. an application
where users can search or filter some data using search controls (like text fields, checkboxes and
radio buttons).

Design (30%)
Use of RDF, RDF schema and Ontology design. You are encouraged to use existing RDF schema
and Ontologies but will be assessed on your added value. This may be focused on creating your
own, or extending/specialising existing frameworks, or using these in a knowledge-based
application

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