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HETEROGENEOUS DATA REPOSITORY AT AIM LAB

Introduction:

The real or synthetic data and meta data we collected or created are heterogeneous in semantics and/or in structure. They are originally stored in relational tables, excel files, HTML/XML Web or the Semantic Web formats (e.g., OWL, RDF, DAML+OIL). We tried to keep the real data at their original formats. We also provide both URL links (if available) and local copies for some files in case that the URL links do not work for downloading. We organize the datasets based on the domains. For each domain, there are at least two heterogeneous data (or meta data) sets. The semantic mappings are automatically discovered by our mapping tools or manually defined by us. The datasets are now listed in the order of domain names:


Academic Department Domain

(created by Han Qin)

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Amalgam Domain

(collected or created by Han Qin)

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Bibliography Domain

(collected or created by Dejing Dou)

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DBLP Domain

(collected or created by Han Qin)

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Genealogy Domain

(collected or created by Dejing Dou)

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Geographic and Map Domain

(collected or created by Dejing Dou)

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Hotel Domain

(collected or created by Han Qin)

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Mondial Domain

(created by Han Qin)

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NBA Domain

(collected or created by Han Qin)

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Network Domain

(collected or created by Han Qin)

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People Domain

(collected or created by Han Qin)

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Sale Domain

(collected or created by Paea LePendu and Han Qin)

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University Domain

(created by Paea LePendu and Han Qin)

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Web Services Domain

(collected or created by Dejing Dou)

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  • Note, for the heterogeneous biomedical data from our collaborators, please visit their websites and download data there: e.g., ZFIN (the Zebrafish Model Organism Database), MGI (Mouse Genome Informatics), NIC (NeuroInformatics Center), EGI (Electrical Geodesics, Inc).

    Last modified 10/08/11

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