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Title: D2.1 Evaluation Criteria and Methods
Authors: Drachsler, Hendrik
Greller, Wolfgang
Stoyanov, Slavi
Fetahu, Besnik
Daga, Enrico
Parodi, Elisabetta
Mosca, Marco
Adamou, Allesandro
Herder, Eelco
Keywords: LinkedUp
data competition
linked data
evaluation framework
open web data
data mashups
data in education
Issue Date: 14-Nov-2013
Abstract: The main purposes of the current deliverable D2.1 is to provide the foundations of an Evaluation Framework that can be applied to compare Open Web Data applications and rank them according to their achievements. D2.1 contains the information gained from Task 2.1 - Evaluation criteria and method review and Task 2.2 - Validation of the evaluation criteria and methods of WP2 (DoW. p. 8). According to those tasks, we conducted an expert survey with the Group Concept Mapping method to identify relevant indicators and criteria for the Evaluation Framework. In a second step, we conducted a focused literature review to extend the outcomes of the expert survey with latest indicators reported in the literature. We finally, present the initial concept of the Evaluation Framework and its criteria and indicators. This deliverable provides the theoretical foundations for the Evaluation Framework that is further developed into a scoring sheet for the judges of LinkedUp challenge in deliverable D2.2.1. The Evaluation Framework will be further developed and amended according to the experiences collected in the three LinkedUp data competitions during the LinkedUp challenge
Description: Drachsler, H., Greller, W., Stoyanov, S., Fetahu, B., Daga, E., Parodi, E., Mosca, M., Adamou, A., & Herder, E. (2013). D2.1 Evaluation Criteria and Methods. LinkedUp project. Heerlen, The Netherlands.
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