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4 Conclusion and Outlook

In this chapter we gave a brief introduction to Linked Data its management life-cycle on the Web and the LOD2 Stack, the result of a large-scale effort to provide technological support for the life-cycle of Linked Data. We deem this a first step in a larger research and development agenda, where derivatives of the LOD2 Stack are employed to create corporate enterprise knowledge hubs withing the Intranets of large companies. The overall stack architecture and guidelines can also serve as a blue-print for similar software stacks in other areas.

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