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The European Mathematical Society EMS is a learned society representing mathematicians throughout Europe.

It promotes the development of all aspects of mathematics in Europe, in particular mathematical research, relations of mathematics to society, relations to European institutions, and mathematical education, as well ethical issues. EMS is committed to support open availability of mathematical data through its support of the Digital MATH Library DML, its involvement in ZbMath and the EMS Publishing House.

It promotes the development of all aspects of mathematics in Europe, in particular mathematical research, relations of mathematics to society, relations to European institutions, and mathematical education, as well ethical issues. EMS is committed to support open availability of mathematical data through its support of the Digital MATH Library DML, its involvement in zbMATH and the EMS Publishing House.

The EMS has as its members around 60 national mathematical societies in Europe, 40 mathematical research centres and departments, and 3000 individuals and it is owner of the European Mathematical Society Publishing House.

Within the FAIRMat project EMS will lead, in particular, the activities towards developing a sustainability plan, the dissemination activities, as well as the analysis and establish the legal basis for openly available mathematical data.

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are already available in linked data form and can be easily imported.

The zbMATH dataset also includes keywords, subject classifications, and

symbolic formulas that allow connecting

this metadata to mathematical objects in other datasets. For

mathematical software packages, there exist already metadata standards

developed within the FORCE11 group \cite{FORCE11SCWG}, as well as viable tools

to extract semantic software information from publications in a scalable

way to generate linked data. In the past, this approach has resulted in the swMATH service.

this metadata to mathematical objects in other datasets. For mathematical software packages, there are already metadata standards developed within the FORCE11 group \cite{FORCE11SCWG},

as well as viable tools to extract semantic software information from publications in a scalable way to generate linked data. In the past, this approach has resulted in the swMATH service.

However, a similar task for other mathematical research data is much

more difficult due to the vagueness of the data. It is impossible to

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\begin{task}[id=wikidata,title=Linked Data from Wikidata,lead=FIZ,partners={FAU},PM=6,wphases={12-15,28-36!.66}]

Wikidata is the central storage for structured data used in Wikimedia

projects including Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons. For example, Wikipedia

includes fact data from Wikidata to display language independent

facts, such as the number of inhabitants, on the page. Wikidata items

projects including Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons. For example, Wikipedia includes factual data from Wikidata in order to display language independent facts,

such as the number of inhabitants of a town being viewed, on the page. Wikidata items

might contain external identifiers such as the zbMATH Work ID

(https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Property:P894) to associate

non-Wikimedia information with Wikidata items, allowing for coordination with \localtaskref{zbmathdata}.

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In a second step, we will manually verify and extend the alignments~\cite{MueGauKal:cacfms17} or

crowd-source this process.

\site{FIZ} will lead this task. \site{FIZ} recently hired Moritz

Schubotz, who has extensive experience with Wikidata and for instance,

introduced the data-type mathematical formul\ae to Wikidata \cite{MathQA}.

He will work on \TheProject.

\site{FIZ} will lead this task. \site{FIZ} personnel has extensive experience with Wikidata -- for instance,

introduced the data-type mathematical formul\ae{} to Wikidata \cite{MathQA}.

\site{FAU} will contribute expertise regarding alignments.