Dividing costs of knowledge graph’s production and consumption among data producers and consumers through decentralization

01 November 2020 → Ongoing
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Natural sciences
    • Knowledge representation and reasoning
    • Distributed systems
    • Web information systems
knowledge graphs decentralisation distributed systems
Project description

Knowledge graph production and consumption is a centralized task that lacks collaboration between data holders and consumers. Each tries to lower its own costs without taking into account other data holders or consumers. I will investigate how this task can be decentralized and optimally divide the costs among data holders and consumers through collaboration.