Knowledge Graphs

Knowledge Graphs are becoming increasingly important to support decision and process augmentation based on linked data. “It’s all about things, not strings: A Knowledge Graph represents a knowledge domain. It connects things of different types in a systematic way. Knowledge graphs encode knowledge arranged in a network of nodes and links rather than tables of rows and columns. By that, people and machines can benefit from a dynamically growing semantic network of facts about things and can use it for data integration, knowledge discovery, and in-depth analyses.” Link

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