Friday, November 28, 2014

More links to document-related ontologies

Over the course of the last few weeks, a few people have emailed me additional references for document ontologies. These are both valuable links. I want to use them (in my solution) and so, need to expand the references from my previous post to add these:
  • SALT (Semantically Annotated LaTeX for Scientific Publications) Document Ontology
    • SALT is described in this paper, but unfortunately none of the associated/referenced ontologies are still available
  • FRBRoo
    • A harmonization of the FRBR model (an entity-relationship model from the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, published in 1998) and the CIDOC CRM4 model (ISO Standard 21127.5 developed by ICOM-CIDOC, the International Council for Museums – International Committee on Documentation)
    • Per the documentation for Version 2 of the model, FRBRoo is "a formal ontology that captures and represents the underlying semantics of bibliographic information and therefore facilitates the integration, mediation, and interchange of bibliographic and museum information"
    • Also, there is an "owlified" version available at https://github.com/erlangen-crm
Given these new insights, I have a bit more work to do on my solution.

Andrea

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