Utilising Semantic Web Technologies for Improved Road Network Information Exchange
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Road asset data harmonisation is a challenge for the Australian road and transport authorities considering their heterogeneous data standards, data formats and tools. Classic data harmonisation techniques require huge databases with many tables, a unified metadata definition and standardised tools to share data with others. In order to find a better way to harmonise heterogeneous road network data, this dissertation uses Semantic Web technologies to investigate fast and efficient road asset data harmonisation.
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