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Enabling the property Data Marketplace for Novel Data-driven Business Models

Deliverables

Website

D5.1: Website (M3, Lead: SDATI, Contributors: ALL) The initial launch of the website as a platform for on-going engagement, including areas for blogging, news releases, project reports and a forum for feedback from interested parties.

Impact Creation Report

D5.3: Impact Creation Report (M30, Lead: TRAGSA, Contributors: ALL) An assessment of the impact of the project overall, against the metrics developed in the strategy, including case studies that demonstrate its impact.

Requirements Analysis and Design of the Data Marketplace Portal

D3.1 Requirements Analysis and Design of the Data Marketplace Portal (M5, Lead: SDATI, Contributors: SINTEF, ONTO) This deliverable will collect the requirements for the portal hosting the marketplace, together with the analytics tasks to be developed as part of the portal, specifically tailored for property-related data.

Exploitation and Dissemination Strategy

D5.2: Exploitation and Dissemination Strategy (M6, Lead: TRAGSA, Contributors: ALL) Will include the initial outputs of Task 5.2, including impact metrics and open source and engagement strategies for the project.

Data Collection, Data Quality, Ontologies and Vocabularies

D1.1 Data Collection, Data Quality, Ontologies and Vocabularies (M12, Lead: ISTAT, Contributors: SINTEF, CERVED, EVERY, TRAGSA, SBYGG) This report will collect the requirements for (1) data collection from the data providers, (2) the business rules that will be implemented to ensure data quality, and (3) analysis and preparation of relevant ontologies and vocabularies from INSPIRE and ISA. This deliverable will include also the Data Management Plan.

Requirements Analysis, Design and API Specification for the proDataMarket Platform

D2.1 Requirements Analysis, Design and API Specification for the proDataMarket Platform (M4, Lead: SINTEF, Contributors: ONTO, SDATI) Based on analysis of the datasets provided by the data providers of the consortium, this deliverable collect the requirements for: (1) data workflows and methodology; (2) the data transformation, cleanup interlinking and enrichment processes that will deliver Linked Data from the various legacy data sources; and (3) the Linked Data publication and consumption infrastructure of the proDataMarket platform; (4) operational services for platform. In addition to the requirements collection, the deliverable will provide initial design and architecture recommendations, together with first drafts of various APIs which will be exposed to WP3 internally, as well as to and the data publishers and data consumers of the platform. This deliverable is the basis for deliverables D2.2 – D2.4.

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Publications

Understanding territorial distribution of Properties of Managers and Shareholders: a Data-driven Approach

Author(s): S. Pozzati, D. Sanvito, C. Castelli, D. Roman
Published in: Territorio Italia, 2016, Page(s) 27-40, ISSN 2499-2674
DOI: 10.14609/Ti_2_16_2e

Enabling the Use of Sentinel-2 and LiDAR Data for Common Agriculture Policy Funds Assignment

Author(s): Jesús Estrada, Héctor Sánchez, Lorena Hernanz, María Checa, Dumitru Roman
Published in: ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, Issue 6/8, 2017, Page(s) 255, ISSN 2220-9964
DOI: 10.3390/ijgi6080255

The proDataMarket Ontology for Publishing and Integrating Cross-domain Real Property Data

Author(s): L. Shi, N. Nikolov, D. Sukhobok, T. Tarasova and D. Roman
Published in: Territorio Italia, 2018, ISSN 2499-2674

Tabular Data Anomaly Patterns

Author(s): D. Sukhobok, N. Nikolov, and D. Roman
Published in: Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Big Data Innovations and Applications, 2017

Data preparation as a service based on Apache Spark

Author(s): N. Mahasivam, N. Nikolov, D. Sukhobok and D. Roman
Published in: Proceedings of The European Conference on Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing (ESOCC), 2018

From Standards and Regulations to Executable Rules: A Case Study in the Building Accessibility Domain

Author(s): L. Shi and D. Roman.
Published in: 2017

Mobile Big Data: The Silver Bullet for Telcos? A Case Study in the Norwegian Telcos Market

Author(s): D.Y.C. Gan and D. Roman
Published in: In proceedings of the International Conference on Big Data Analytics, Data Mining and Computational Intelligence, 21 – 23 July 2017, Lisbon, Portugal, 2017

ALaDIn: Shining a Light on Air Quality through Data Integration and Machine Learning

Author(s): D. Roman, M. Kobernus, R. Ødegård, N. Nikolov, D. Sukhobok, B. M. von Zernichow, T. C. Lech
Published in: proceedings of the Environmental Informatics – From Science to Society: The Bridge provided by Environmental Informatics (EnviroInfo 2017), Luxembourg, 13th – 15th September 2017, 2018

Norwegian State of Estate Report as Linked Open Data

Author(s): L. Shi, D. Sukhobok, N. Nikolov and D. Roman
Published in: 2017

Usability of Visual Data Profiling in Data Cleaning and Transformation

Author(s): B. M. von Zernichow and D. Roman
Published in: 2017

The InfraRisk Ontology: Enabling Semantic Interoperability for Critical Infrastructures at Risk from Natural Hazards

Author(s): D. Roman, D. Sukhobok, N. Nikolov, B. Elvesæter and A. Pultier
Published in: 2017

Linked Data for Common Agriculture Policy: Enabling Semantic Querying over Sentinel-2 and LiDAR Data




Publishing Socio-Economic Territory Indices as Linked Data and their Visualization for Real Estate Valuation




Interacting with Subterranean Infrastructure Linked Data using Augmented Reality




Linked Data for the Norwegian State of Estate Reporting Service




proDataMarket: A Data Marketplace for Monetizing Linked Data




A Visual Data Profiling Tool for Data Preparation

Author(s): B. M. von Zernichow and D. Roman
Published in: 2017

DataGraft beta v2: New Features and Capabilities




Using rules for assessing and improving data quality: A case study for the Norwegian State of Estate report

Author(s): L. Shi and D. Roman
Published in: Proceedings of the Doctoral Consortium, Challenge, Industry Track, Tutorials and Posters @ RuleML+RR 2017 hosted by International Joint Conference on Rules and Reasoning 2017 (RuleML+RR 2017), London, UK, July 11-15, 2017, 2017

Rules and Reasoning

Author(s): Stefania Costantini, Enrico Franconi, William Van Woensel, Roman Kontchakov, Fariba Sadri, Dumitru Roman
Published in: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2017
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-61252-2