The latest source code is available from the project's Git repository and can be browsed online.
|2.7.1||Improved JSON dataset, faster plugin loading and bugfixes.||2016-02-12|
|2.7.0||New geospatial plugins by Panayiotis Smeros.||2016-02-12|
|2.6.1||Various improvements and bugfixes.||2015-06-04|
|2.6.0||New Version of the Workbench
Silk Free Text Preprocessor
|2.5.3||Various improvements and bugfixes.||2012-03-06|
|2.5.2||Adding active learning of linkage rules.||2011-11-17|
|2.5.1||Various improvements to the Workbench.||2011-10-21|
|2.5||Added support for learning linkage rules.||2011-10-03|
Dump file input
Many improvements to the Silk Workbench
|2.4.1||Introduces per-comparison thresholds.
New data transformations and distance measures including token-based distance measures.
Improved Silk Workbench.
|2.4||Added the new Silk Workbench, a web application which guides the user through the process of interlinking different data sources.
|2.3||Improved loading perfomance: Multiple parallel SPARQL queries are executed, while their results are merged on the fly.
Improved matching performance: New blocking method offers greatly improved performance.
Improved overall performance: Matching tasks are now executed concurrently to loading data instead of waiting for the complete data set to be loaded.
|2.2||Added Silk MapReduce||2010-10-06|
|2.1||Added Silk Server
Added a geographical distance metric by Konrad Höffner (MOLE subgroup of Research Group AKSW, University of Leipzig)
|2.0||Reimplementation of the Silk framework in Scala.
Improved scalability and performance.
Prematching replaced by a more transparent blocking.
Configuration is checked for consistency prior to link generation.
Support of the OAEI Alignment format.
(Anja and Robert)
|0.2||Added prematching of data items (Julius).
The Silk 0.2 language specification is still available and Silk 0.2 framework can be downloaded from GoogleCode.
|0.1||Initial Release of the Python version of the Silk framework (Julius and Chris)||2009-02-01|