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## Section: New Results

The web of data uses semantic web technologies to publish data on the web in such a way that they can be interpreted and connected together. It is thus important to be able to establish links between these data, both for the web of data and for the semantic web that it contributes to feed. We consider this problem from different perspectives.

#### Interlinking cross-lingual RDF data sets

Participants : Tatiana Lesnikova [Correspondent] , Jérôme David, Jérôme Euzenat.

This work is part of the PhD of Tatiana Lesnikova developed in the Lindicle project (§ 8.1.2 ).

#### Interactive learning of interlinking patterns

Participants : Zhengjie Fan [Correspondent] , Jérôme Euzenat.

This work is part of the PhD of Zhengjie Fan [4] , co-supervised with François Scharffe (lirmm ), and developed in the Datalift project (§ 8.1.1 ).

#### An iterative import-by-query approach to data interlinking

Participants : Manuel Atencia Arcas [Correspondent] , Mustafa Al-Bakri, Steffen Lalande, Marie-Christine Rousset.

We modelled the problem of data interlinking as a reasoning problem on possibly decentralised data. We described an import-by-query algorithm that alternates steps of sub-query rewriting and of tailored querying of data sources. It only imports data as specific as possible for inferring or contradicting target sameAs assertions. Experiments conducted on a real-world dataset have demonstrated in practice the feasibility and usefulness of this approach for data interlinking and disambiguation purposes.

This work is part of the PhD thesis of Mustafa Al-Bakri, co-supervised by Manuel Atencia and Marie-Christine Rousset, developed in the Qualinca project.