Audiovisual and Linked Data: a study of the DBpedia and LMDB databases
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As proponent of the Semantic Web and Linked data principles, the Linking Open Data initiative offers an enormous proportion of audiovisual data, which can assist in the search and retrieval of more accurate information. In this sense, the objective of this work is to explore the possible relations between audiovisual databases and Linking Open Data, to present the potential of this initiative for users who seek detailed sources of information about the audiovisual resources. A qualitative research was used, with an exploratory and applied nature, based on the scientific literature of the Linked Data, Semantic Web and audiovisual, and subsequently the DBpedia and LMDB with the use of the SPARQL protocol. The study considers that datasets available in the Linking Open Data can assist the link between information on audiovisual resources, as well as, it may be a source for the construction of more dynamic catalogues, reducing rework during the process of description of informational resources.