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  • Welcome to Dublinked | Dublinked2
    Enterprise Innovation DubMeet held in Fingal County Council Offices Blanchardstown on Tuesday 2nd July Links to today s speaker presentations are posted below Read more about Presentation from Social Enterprise Innovation DubMeet Searching in the City of Knowledge Tutorial SIGIR 2013 published by dublinked on Thu 2013 05 30 14 57 As part of the 36th International ACM SIGIR 2013 Conference taking place in Dublin from 28th July to August 1st IBM Research Smart Cities Technology Centre are hosting a tutorial Searching in the City of Knowldege on Sunday 28th July Tutorial will be lead by Veli Bicer and Vanessa Lopez of IBM Research Smart Cities Technology Centre Early Registeration Date 14th June Read more about Searching in the City of Knowledge Tutorial SIGIR 2013 Tourism DubMeet Presentations Discussions published by dublinked on Thu 2013 05 09 16 36 Many thanks to all the speakers who presented at our first Tourism DubMeet on topics of Tourism Open Data held in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Offices Dun Laoghaire on Wednesday 8th May Links to today s speaker presentations are posted below Read more about Tourism DubMeet Presentations Discussions Dublinked Exhibit at Digital Dublin Day 2013 published by dublinked on Fri 2013 03 08 17 04 Dublinked took part in the Digital Dublin Day held at the pop up tent Mansion House on Friday the 8th March The day encouraged people to consider and experience how technology is affecting their lives People from all walks of life were invited to take part in the plethora of fun digital activities planned for the day and to collectively realise the potential of digital technology and services to make the city a better place to live in or visit Read more about Dublinked Exhibit at Digital Dublin Day 2013 Pages 1 2 3 4

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  • Dublinked Members | Dublinked2
    assist this process Dublinked will also make available data to help quantify the challenges and to help develop new solutions Dublinked is supported by a combination of funds from it s founding partners and from membership fees The support from the founders is limited but will ensure the necessary operation of Dublinked Additional resources are required to support the innovation activities the legal framework and the technical work in supporting

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  • Dublinked™ . Sharing Data, Information and Ideas
    6 electoral divisions 1 electricty usage 1 elevation 1 emergency planning 1 emergency services 1 emissions 5 employment 3 energy 1 energy consumption 1 energy use 2 enterprise 1 environment 2 environmental monitoring 1 environmental protection 1 environmentally sensitive areas 1 events 1 expenditure 1 expenses 3 F fast food 1 ferry bus stop 1 finance 2 financial reporting 2 fire and rescue services 1 fire stations 1 fleet management 1 food 1 football 1 footfall 1 footfall comparison 1 footfall index 1 footpaths 2 foreign travel 1 forestry 2 freedom of information 1 freedom of the city 1 fuel 1 fuel use 1 further education 1 G garda stations 1 gas 1 gp 1 graffiti 2 graveyard 1 green areas 4 green infrastructure 1 greenbelt 2 greenways 1 H habitats 2 hazardous waste disposal 1 health 6 heating oil 1 heritage 4 honorary people 1 hospital 1 house prices 1 households 1 housing 3 I illegal dumping 2 image 1 indicators 1 industrial 2 infrastructure 1 invasive species 1 J journey 2 journey times 2 K L Light Rail 1 land premises 1 land management 1 land registration 1 land searches 1 landscape 2 landuse 4 league 1 leaks 2 leisure 1 libraries 5 library 1 light 1 light industrial 1 lighting 1 lights 1 litter 2 litter bins 1 litter fines 2 live register 1 local area offices 1 local area plan 2 local area plans 1 local elections 2 local government spending 1 local electoral areas 1 location 1 lord mayors 1 luas 2 M maintenance 2 management 1 mansion house 1 map 13 marine conservation 1 medical 1 metadata 1 meter points 1 metrics 1 mixed use 10 motorway 2 motorway proposals 2 multi story car parks 1 N NUTS III 1 nasa 2 nature conservation 1 nature reserves 1 niah 1 night use 1 noise 4 noise monitoring 2 numbers 2 O online services 1 open lands 2 open space 2 outdoor 1 P parking 10 parking bays 5 parking enforcement 1 parking fees 2 parking meters 2 parking zones 1 parks 3 pavements 2 payroll 1 pedestrian counts 1 pedestrian movement 1 people counting 1 petrol 1 pharmacy 1 planning 6 planning appeals 2 planning application 1 planning applications 5 planning fees 1 planning register 1 playing pitches 2 polling booths 1 polling places 1 polling station 1 polling station polling places 1 population 2 potholes 2 preserved structure 1 primary school 1 property management 1 protected building 1 protected structure 1 protected structure boundary 1 protected structure line 1 protected structures 1 protected wall 1 pub 1 public administration 2 public consultation 1 public consultation consultation 2 public expenditure 2 public finance 3 public funding 1 public income 1 public lighting 2 public open space 2 public spending revenue 1 public transport RTPI realtime passenger information 1 Q qbc 1 R rail 2 rainfall 3 rainwater gullies 2 raster 1 record of protected structures 1 recycle 1 recycling 9 recycling waste 2 recycling

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  • How to Become a Member | Dublinked2
    with the details Additional users can be identified at any time Step 6 Participate in the site users will be asked to change their password the first time they login Note The identified users will be accessing confidential material They should be made fully aware of the implications of this prior to being granted access The responsibility for appropriate use of the material lies with the member organisation For universities

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  • Presentation from Social Enterprise & Innovation DubMeet | Dublinked2
    Positive Informatics Founder 222 Ireland Chris MM Gordon is a starter business and social entrepreneur He believes passionately in 222 Ireland and how better data can lead to better services Chris is a Social Innovation Fellow with StartingBloc a Pathfinder Fellow from the Tällberg Foundation Founder of Positive Informatics Chairman of the Irish Export Cooperative Chair of the Irish Social Enterprise Network and a few things more He holds a record of most number of leprechauns in one place and he doesn t speak Japanese Trutz Haase Pobal HP Deprivation Index Social Economic Consultant Trutz Haase Trutz Haase has been an independent Social Economic Consultant since 1995 Previously he worked for the Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre Belfast the Combat Poverty Agency Dublin and the Educational Research Centre at St Patrick s College Dublin Throughout his work as a consultant Mr Haase has been responsible for the design and implementation of monitoring and evaluation frameworks for government programmes aimed at alleviating poverty as well as developing resource allocation models to target social expenditure on the basis of objective need criteria In this capacity he has worked for a number of Irish Government Departments Local Authorities and non governmental agencies He is best known for his work on the development of an Irish Index of Relative Affluence and Deprivation which features in the National Spatial Strategy and the current Regional and Local Development Plans Work outside the Republic of Ireland includes studies for the Northern Ireland Statistics Research Agency NISRA Special EU Programmes Body SEUPB International Fund for Ireland IFI OECD and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction EMCDDA Sandra Fitzgibbon Dublin Simon Data Innovation Social Enterprise Property Development Manager Dublin Simon Community Sandra Fitzgibbon Property Development Manager at Dublin Simon Community has worked in Homeless services for

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  • 'Searching in the City of Knowledge' Tutorial - SIGIR 2013 | Dublinked2
    the entry cost to accessing the information of a city processing data incrementally without the need for global integration pre defined schemas or even linking the entire input while fully exploiting the use of a Web wide wealth of resources rich in meaning and structure The fact that city data is an emerging scenario for semantic search and IR technologies with a potential economic impact is corroborate by the latest efforts in the area and by the presence of IBM as a big player in the field which in October 2011 officially opened the new Smart Cities Technology Center in Dublin Ireland Overall it seems to be the right moment to organise such a tutorial and to update the IR and semantic community on recent advances and synergies as well as future directions Beyond Local Search In this first part of the tutorial we will start with the main motivations driving the need for local search in the city context Specifically the factors such as mobilization Internet being more part of the daily life explosion of social media and increasing online presence of the local businesses or services play an important role to drive research and develop specific search systems for this area of IR In fact searching city data differs from the current approaches of extending general Web search engines with local capabilities since a city is conceived as an ecosystem of people services infrastructure administration and many more elements within its boundaries This requires the existing IR techniques to be adapted and contextualized as well as accompanied with better data management capabilities After reviewing the existing local search capabilities in this part of the tutorial we will also detail some relevant emerging techniques beyond the local search including User interfaces to Linked Data Over the past years there have been a growing amount of research on search and interaction paradigms that allow end users to profit from the expressive power of Semantic Web standards while at the same time hiding their complexity behind user friendly interfaces These approaches differ on the query expressivity how they handle ambiguity present or rank results and the scope answers are given from a single source or fuse across sources They range from semantic search facets exploratory interfaces query builders relationship finders and mash ups systems to natural language interfaces e g Sig ma mashup OpenLink facets Leipzig query builder PowerAqua TrueKnowledge Search Engines Semantic search is also increasingly becoming interesting for commercial search engines Google Knowledge Graph can be seen as a huge knowledge base that Google intends to exploit for enhancing search results moving from a search engine to a knowledge engine Wolfram Alpha is a knowledge inference engine that computes answers to factual queries from a comprehensive structured knowledge base about the world rather than providing a list of documents Global vocabularies Significant added value in terms of interoperability discoverability and sanitising data can be obtained by reusing existent widely used vocabularies and standards such as the IPSV vocabulary used by UK public sector organisations W3C dublin core SIOC schema org among others and linking to other Linked Data sources that cover a wider domain such as DBpedia or to add contextual geographical information such as points of interest These external sources can give meaning and context to data providing common anchors across previously isolated data sources In addition to this mapping or statistical approaches can be used to map existent entities across datasets and as such to leverage content collections to better understand other collections such as LIMES or SILK Government open data portals Recent interdisciplinary approaches can be combined and applied in this novel scenario for the consolidation of multi faceted information including linked data and government data to make city data more consumable The focus is on moving beyond users navigating through a catalogue and downloading documents in addition to full text index searches to searching and querying heterogeneous data across several sources aggregating information into a single meaningful view in response to user queries Furthermore understanding complex user needs requires providing proactivity and guidance to ease the burden for users on discovering exploring and interacting with data to solve complex exploratory tasks For example a municipal worker who wants to find out why ambulances are late in a city needs to search data through a very hybrid collection of sources such as location of hospitals and emergence services the response times for ambulances call out dataset published by local authorities and traffic information which may also come from diverse social media sources twitter LiveDrive eventful etc Managing City Data In this second part of the tutorial we will present the requirements and techniques to manage city data by transform the raw data into a searchable and meaningful structure City data is known to be highly heterogeneous and dynamic Often it is sourced from legacy non relational systems or spreadsheets made for consumption by humans Therefore the data is potentially very large spanning across domains and with unknown structure The volume velocity veracity and variety of urban information add to the challenges of integration discovery and consumption of data Moreover the users who want to consume these data are not data integration experts and are not necessarily able to query the data using structured query languages Therefore the requirements for theses systems are twofold a low entry cost and fitness for use for the non expert users Semantic technologies eliminate the need for tight integration imposed by relational databases Therefore they have been proposed to enrich the unstructured or semi structure information space with ontologically annotated data as such improving interoperability and discoverability of datasets by reusing standard vocabularies linking to external sources and enabling rich queries that span over datasets The advantages being that they can lower the entry cost by importing datasets as they are and processing city data incrementally cataloguing entity extraction annotation linking integration and reconciliation without the need for global integration pre defined schemas or even linking the entire input while fully

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  • Tourism DubMeet - Presentations & Discussions | Dublinked2
    36 Many thanks to all the speakers who presented at our first Tourism DubMeet on topics of Tourism Open Data held in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Offices Dun Laoghaire on Wednesday 8th May Links to today s speaker presentations are posted below We invite attendees to continure discussion via twitter tourdubmeet or by email to dublinked nuim ie Feedback from breakout discussions is also posted below Speakers Presentations Ronan

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  • Dublinked Exhibit at Digital Dublin Day 2013 | Dublinked2
    experience how technology is affecting their lives People from all walks of life were invited to take part in the plethora of fun digital activities planned for the day and to collectively realise the potential of digital technology and services to make the city a better place to live in or visit The Dublinked team were located in the pop up tent on the forecourt of the Mansion House alongside many other technology focused businesses and projects such as ParkYa Fingal Open Data CitiWatch AIRO Storyful to mention a few On the day it was great to meet with people and introduce them to Dublinked Innovation Network and highlight our inspirations page with ParkYa Fingal Open Data AIRO exhibiting next to our stall people could experience data driven innovations Along with the Mansion House events other activities took place in the city centre at public WiFi locations on mobile Digital Buses and in many Dublin City businesses throughout the city Examples of some of these activities included Coderdojo programming workshops for young children ongoing tours of the Mansion House various talks and presentations throughout the day by students and businesses and the Library Learning Bus on Grafton Street transforming memorable

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