In the course of the development, the definition of Domain Specifications is necessary, these define the structure of an annotation.
You will find all Domain Specifications under:
WIQA (Web Information Quality Assessment Framework )
uses filtering policies to evaluate information quality
SWIQA (Semantic Web Information Quality Assessment Framework) [Fürber & Hepp, 2011]
defines data quality rules and quality scores for identifying wrong data
LINK-QA [Guéret et al., 2012]
is a framework for assessing the quality of data using network metrics. For example, one way to confirm a correct sameAs relation is to find closed chains of sameAs relations between the linking resource and the resource linked.
Sieve [Mendes et al., 2012]
is a framework for flexibly expressing quality assessment methods as well as fusion methods
Validata [Hansen et al., 2015]
is an online tool for testing/validating RDF data conformance against preset schemas written in the ShEx (Shape Expressions) language
Luzzu (A Quality Assessment Framework for Linked Open Datasets) [Debattista et al., 2016]
implements around thirty data quality metrics based on the Dataset Quality Ontology (daQ )