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Semestral Work


The semestral work is graded in three checkpoints:

To successfully complete the semestral project, you need to obtain at least 50% grading from each checkpoint. For completing a checkpoint you need to

  1. (by the checkpoint deadline) push the deliverable from each checkpoint to the GIT repo https://gitlab.fel.cvut.cz/B191_B4M36OSW/%username%, resp. https://gitlab.fel.cvut.cz/B191_BE4M36OSW/%username%
  2. (by the checkpoint deadline) upload a txt file 'cp0.txt', resp. 'cp1.txt', resp. 'cp2.txt' into the upload system. The only content of the file is the hash of the GIT commit you are submitting to the checkpoint
  3. (at the next lab) defend the checkpoint.

If you submit your checkpoint after the deadline, you will be penalized by losing 5 points for each commenced week of delay. This penalization will not be taken into account when deciding on passing/failing a checkpoint but will be used for the final grading.


The basic goal of the semestral project is to Create a linked data set together with an associated ontology and integrate it with other data sets as shown in this diagram:

The topic for this term will be Our City - quality of living. Expected subtopics are (but not limited to) urban planning (cadastral data, land registry, …), immovable properties, buildings (constructions, RUIAN, …), infrastructure (roads, cycling routes, utilities) and environment (air quality).

OSW Ontology

Generic Ontologies

Generic Dataset Sources

Sample projects from previous years

Archives semestral-work-example-1.zip and semestral-work-example-2.zip are two examples of semestral works from previous years. Note, that they cannot be used as a “template” for your semestral work since the rules from previous years were slightly different.

courses/osw/semestral_work.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/10 10:59 by blaskmir