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1   -\documentclass{llncs}
2   -\usepackage{graphicx}
3   -\usepackage{times}
4   -\usepackage{llncsdoc}
5   -\usepackage{color}
6   -\usepackage{url}
7   -%\usepackage{amssymb}
8   -\usepackage{rotating}
9   -
10   -\begin{document}
11   -
12   -\title{Consuming Dynamic Linked Data}
13   -
14   -\author{Barry Norton\inst{1} and Reto Krummenacher\inst{2}}
15   -
16   -\institute{AIFB, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany \and Semantic
17   -Technology Institute, University of Innsbruck,
18   -Austria\\\email{firstname.lastname@\{kit.edu | sti-innsbruck.at\}}}
19   -
20   -\maketitle
21   -
22   -\setcounter{footnote}{0}
23   -
24   -\begin{abstract}
25   -The establishment of Linked Data principles has ushered in a remarkable new era of widespread semantics-based interoperation. In particular, the use of RDF, SPARQL and HTTP allow a high degree of generic tool support and lightweight composition of data sources. This rosy picture, however, mainly applies to static data. When it comes to dynamics - both on-the-fly computation and the causation of side effects - the current norm is to drop the use of RDF in favour of JSON and XML. By introducing updates, the core SPARQL standard starts to address dynamics, but only in a very limited manner. Similarly while the use of HTTP is preserved, REST principles are also often abandoned. Linked Open Services establish principles for semantics-based interoperation and interlinkage in a dynamic environment, building on both Linked Data and REST principles and the use of HTTP, RDF and SPARQL.
26   -\end{abstract}
27   -
28   -
29   -\section{Introduction}\label{intro}
30   -\input{introduction.tex}
31   -
32   -\section{Motivation for Linked Open Services}\label{reasons}
33   -\input{motivation.tex}
34   -
35   -\section{LOS! Principles}\label{principles}
36   -\input{principles.tex}
37   -
38   -\section{Realisation and Examples}\label{examples}
39   -\input{realisation-intro.tex}
40   -
41   -%\subsection{LOS Wrappers}
42   -\input{realisation-wrappers.tex}
43   -
44   -%\subsection{LOS from Scratch}
45   -%\input{realisation-from-scratch.tex}
46   -
47   -\newpage
48   -
49   -\section{Related Work}
50   -\input{related.tex}
51   -
52   -\section{Conclusion}\label{conclusion}
53   -\input{conclusion.tex}
54   -
55   -%Included for Gather Purpose only (change to local path):
56   -%input "C:/Users/retkru/Documents/STI-Innsbruck/IRIS/LOS/publications/ISWC2010/LOS.bib"
57   -\bibliographystyle{splncs03}
58   -\bibliography{LOS}
59   -
60   -\end{document}