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Nikolay Nikolov

Master of Science

Nikolay Nikolov

Master of Science

Nikolay Nikolov
Phone: +47 938 27 443
Mobile: +47 938 27 443
Department: Software and Service Innovation
Office: Oslo

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Publications

Publication

DataGraft: One-Stop-Shop for Open Data Management

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1452414

This paper introduces DataGraft (https://datagraft.net/) – a cloud-based platform for data transformation and publishing. DataGraft was developed to provide better and easier to use tools for data workers and developers (e.g. open data publishers, linked data developers, data scientists) who conside...

Authors Roman Dumitru Nikolov Nikolay Pultier Antoine Sukhobok Dina Elvesæter Brian Berre Arne Jørgen Ye Xianglin Dimitrov Marin Simov Alex Zarev Momchill Moynihan Rick Roberts Bill Berlocher Ivan Kim Seon-Ho Lee Tony Smith Amanda Heath Tom
Year 2017
Type Journal article
Publication

Tabular data cleaning and linked data generation with grafterizer

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1445642

Over the past several years the amount of published open data has increased significantly. The majority of this is tabular data, that requires powerful and flexible approaches for data cleaning and preparation in order to convert it into Linked Data. This paper introduces Grafterizer – a software fr...

Authors Sukhobok Dina Nikolov Nikolay Pultier Antoine Ye Xianglin Berre Arne Jørgen Moynihan Rick Roberts Bill Elvesæter Brian Mahasivam Nivethika Roman Dumitru
Year 2016
Type Journal article
Publication

DataGraft: Simplifying open data publishing

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1445659

In this demonstrator we introduce DataGraft – a platform for Open Data management. DataGraft provides data transformation, publishing and hosting capabilities that aim to simplify the data publishing lifecycle for data workers (i.e., Open Data publishers, Linked Data developers, data scientists). Th...

Authors Roman Dumitru Dimitrov Marin Nikolov Nikolay Pultier Antoine Sukhobok Dina Elvesæter Brian Berre Arne Jørgen Ye Xianglin Simov Alex Petkov Yavor
Year 2016
Type Journal article
Publication

DataGraft: A Platform for Open Data Publishing

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1452398

DataGraft is a platform for Open Data management. It has the goals to simplify and speed up the data publishing process and to improve the reliability and scalability of the data consumption process. This demonstrator provides a summary of the key features of the current DataGraft platform as well a...

Authors Roman Dumitru Dimitrov Marin Nikolov Nikolay Pultier Antoine Elvesæter Brian Simov Alex Petkov Yavor
Year 2016
Type Journal article
Publication

Norwegian state of estate: A reporting service for the state-owned properties in norway

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1327293

Statsbygg is the public sector administration company responsible for reporting the state-owned property data in Norway. Traditionally the reporting process has been resource-demanding and error-prone. The State of Estate (SoE) business case presented in this paper is creating a new reporting servic...

Authors Shi Ling Pettersen Bjørg E. Østhassel Ivar Nikolov Nikolay Khorramhonarnama Arash Berre Arne Jørgen Roman Dumitru
Year 2015
Type Journal article
Publication

A Comparison of Two-Level and Multi-level Modelling for Cloud-Based Applications

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1254661

The Cloud Modelling Framework (CloudMF) is an approach to apply model-driven engineering principles to the specification and execution of cloud-based applications. It comprises a domain-specific language to model the deployment topology of multi-cloud applications, along with a models@run-time envir...

Authors Rossini Alessandro de Lara Juan Guerra Esther Nikolov Nikolay
Year 2015
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
Publication

Integration of DSLs and migration of models: a case study in the cloud computing domain

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1286614

Domain-specific languages (DSLs) are high-level software languages representing concepts in a particular domain. In real-world scenarios, it is common to adopt multiple DSLs to solve different aspects of a specific problem. As any other software artefact, DSLs evolve independently in response to cha...

Authors Nikolov Nikolay Rossini Alessandro Kritikos Kyriakos
Year 2015
Type Journal article