Semantic interoperability issues from a case study in Archaeology

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Abstract

This paper addresses issues arising from the first steps in mapping different (a) datasets and (b) vocabularies to the CIDOC CRM, within an RDF implementation. We first discuss practical implementation issues for mapping datasets to the CRM-EH and then discuss practical issues converting domain thesauri to the SKOS Core standard representation. We finally discuss, at a more theoretical level, issues concerning the mapping of domain thesauri to upper (core) ontologies
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSemantic Interoperability in the European Digital Library
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of the First International Workshop, SIEDL 2008, Tenerife, June 2, 2008
EditorsStefanos Kollias, Jill Cousins
Pages88-99
Number of pages12
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 1 Jun 2008
Event Proceedings of the First International Workshop SIEDL 2008, 88–99, associated with 5th European Semantic Web Conference - Tenerife
Duration: 1 Jun 20081 Jun 2008

Conference

Conference Proceedings of the First International Workshop SIEDL 2008, 88–99, associated with 5th European Semantic Web Conference
Period1/06/081/06/08

Keywords

  • semantic interoperability

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