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Semantic Bridging of Cultural Heritage Disciplines and Tasks

Efthymia Moraitou, John Aliprantis, Yannis Christodoulou, Alexandros Teneketzis, George Caridakis
2019 Heritage  
To the best of our knowledge, an overall review of mapping, merging, and extending this core ontology, as well as an aggregate table which classifies and correlates those ontologies and standards, has  ...  In this context, stakeholders generate, retrieve, and share a vast amount of diverse information.  ...  John Aliprantis has been awarded with a scholarship for his PhD research from the "1st Call for PhD Scholarships by HFRI"-"Grant Code 234".  ... 
doi:10.3390/heritage2010040 fatcat:kilqpqdhfvduvkfwi3o6unyxy4

D14.1– Mid-term interim report on the ARIADNEplus knowledge management system

Theodoridou Maria
2021 Zenodo  
Deliverable D4.2 - Initial report on ontology implementation was submitted previously and provides a detailed description of the AO-Cat (the ARIADNE ontology) and the progress on the application profiles  ...  Work in WP14 is closely related to other work packages and more specifically to WP4 where the ARIADNEplus ontology and specific extensions, the application profiles, to specific sub-domains of archaeology  ...  A full alignment with CRMhs is planned, in order to create a complete framework for the description of all data related to scientific activities in ARIADNEplus.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4926525 fatcat:eg7wu5rnc5hkxhehqaejzeh4gm

D16.1 – Mid-term interim report on ARIADNEplus pilots

Niccolucci Franco, Rossenbach Kai Salas
2021 Zenodo  
Task 16.4 – ARIADNEplus for sharing archaeology in 3D. Partners involved: CYI, CNRISTI(VCL). Task 16.5 – ARIADNEplus for public/community archaeology.  ...  The report starts with a brief introduction to the WP goals and with a section dedicated to Task 16. 1, in charge of preparing a common framework for all the pilots.  ...  Task 16.5 -ARIADNEplus for public/community archaeology 7.1 Pilot description Members of the public producing finds (public finders) are encouraged to actively use ARIADNEplus as a citizen science research  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4926540 fatcat:oqhcm5jhhffwff4btafxhfiqra

D7.1: Quantity of access offered [article]

Carlo Meghini, Anna Molino
2020 Zenodo  
Deliverable D7.1 of the ARIADNE Project, describing Trans-National Access of ISTI CNR.  ...  Modeling with the Resource Description Framework RDF Syntax. Abstraction mechanisms and RDF Schema.  ...  Modeling with the Resource Description Framework RDF Syntax. Abstraction mechanisms and RDF Schema.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4028938 fatcat:f4stvwehand7vlknvwvyzooyye

A CIDOC CRM based ontology: The SSHOCro

Athina Kritsotaki
2021 Zenodo  
Presentation on The SSHOC Reference Ontology from Athina Kritsotaki (FORTH) presented at SHOC Archaeological Case Study Workshop on 25 May 2021.  ...  and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC). to provide a semantic interoperability framework for the description of the SSHOC data life cycle in the Social Sciences and the Humanities.  ...  SSHOC data life cycle a common metalevel schema, to be used as a top-level ontology for organizing knowledge and information distributed across various primary sources of information in the Social Sciences  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5060764 fatcat:agocgszukfbubebte3pwlluqqq

Towards an Ontology-Driven Information System for Archaeological Pottery Studies: The Greyware Experience

Esther Travé Allepuz, Sonia Medina Gordo, Pablo del Fresno Bernal, Joan Vicens Tarré, Alfred Mauri Martí
2021 Applied Sciences  
Its development and application prove that a little semantics goes a long way and that the creation of domain ontologies for archaeological research is an iterative process under development, as long as  ...  several projects sharing data, resources and time can develop a collaborative framework to maximize the assets of individual expertise and collaborative work.  ...  Acknowledgments: This study is part of the current research tasks carried out by the Medieval and Postmedieval Archaeology Research Group GRAMP.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11177989 fatcat:332m5o7e6new3hz7p753sgcenm

SSHOC archaeological case study Workshop - The Roman theatre in Catania from survey to interactive 4D visualisation

Wolfgang Schmidle, Alberto Bucciero, Emanuel Demetrescu, Bruno Fanini, Athina Kritsotaki
2021 Zenodo  
Archaeological field work is a complex process in which scientific resources and competences are allocated for long periods of time, sometimes years.  ...  The absence of public data is also a cultural issue since shareholders are often afraid that the data quality might not be sufficient for publishing.  ...  distributed across various primary sources of information in the Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC). to provide a semantic interoperability framework for the description of the SSHOC data  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5013565 fatcat:izk6sh77wzbnjopj23egw6ju4u

D4.2 – Initial report on ontology implementation

Richards Julian, Felicetti Achille, Meghini Carlo, Theodoridou Maria
2020 Zenodo  
The task concerns the implementation of the ARIADNE ontology extensions, known as application profiles, to specific subdomains of archaeology and archaeological science.  ...  The overall objective of WP4 is to Integrate the datasets of the Archaeological Research Communities, and Task 4.4 is focussed on Implementing the ARIADNE ontology.  ...  We plan a full alignment with CRMhs in order to have a complete framework for the description of all the data related to scientific activities in ARIADNEplus.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4916299 fatcat:mapwkhfs2ffkfl4sya54diou2q

A Foundry of Human Activities and Infrastructures [article]

Robert B. Allen, Eunsang Yang, Tatsawan Timakum
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Because we want to integrate a wide variety of topics, a collection of ontologies (a foundry) and a range of other knowledge resources are needed.  ...  Then, we consider approaches and issues for developing and validating explanations of the relationships among various entities.  ...  To provide a framework we use an upper or formal ontology, specifically, the Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) [7] . BFO is widely applied for biomedical ontologies.  ... 
arXiv:1711.01927v1 fatcat:whwdi3o4rfchjianjxrdfdl3ua

A community approach to data integration: Authorship and building meaningful links across diverse archaeological data sets

Eric Kansa
2005 Geosphere  
This paper argues for new methods of community-based data integration pioneered by the University of Chicago's Extensible Markup Language (XML) System for Textual and Archaeological Research project (XSTAR  ...  ArchaeoML's highly generalized data model has applicability outside archaeology, especially with subdisciplines of the earth sciences yet to develop formal ontologies.  ...  Accommodates Heterogeneity: New descriptive variables can be tailor-made for a specific unit without changing the descriptive framework for a whole class of finds.  ... 
doi:10.1130/ges00013.1 fatcat:5zsyaf4epvejdc4ll2m3t7js3y

D12.1 Initial report on JRA activities

Meghini Carlo
2020 Zenodo  
Each one also includes a table, reporting the status of the activities and the plans for the next period.  ...  This is a major result, in light of the unforeseen necessity to re-design the aggregation process and revise the ontology upon which the ARIADNE Content Cloud is based, but in spite of this, the [...]  ...  for the infrastructure • Input from the archaeological teams into the framework of the services development • Architecture drafted for the Common pilot framework As part of task 16.1.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4922829 fatcat:rpaz4d7wpjbkngujq7uwzd3cwa

Adding Semantic Extension to Wikis for Enhancing Cultural Heritage Applications [chapter]

Éric Leclercq, Marinette Savonnet
2011 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
A specific section is dedicated to the ontology design which is the compulsory foundational knowledge for the application.  ...  In this paper, we highlight how wikis can be relevant solutions for building cooperative applications in domains characterized by a rapid evolution of knowledge.  ...  NavEditOW is a framework for ontology driven web site.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22027-2_29 fatcat:nmqdiujdyzfu5cfqr3i3qgnj34

D15.1 – Mid-term interim report on ARIADNEplus services

Marberg Johan Fihn
2021 Zenodo  
The Visual Media Service (Task 15.2.1) has had a new format added, allowing for 2D visualization of LIDAR data in DEM format.  ...  Revision of the service and implementation of new components have started. A prototype of an image annotatio [...]  ...  Consequently, the AO-Cat ontology, which provides the terms for the ARIADNE Catalogue, includes terms for the description of services.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4926535 fatcat:ypeskr2xrjbgtafk56cpfrvvyy

SSHOC D4.16 Specification of the new features of the Aïoli platform

Livio De Luca, Ariane Néroulidis, Adeline Manuel, Anas Alaoui, Emanuel Demetrescu, Bruno Fanini, Kostas Petrakis, Chryssoula Bekiari
2019 Zenodo  
Designed within the general issue of the daily production of semantic-aware digital data for heritage sciences, the aïoli platform represents a relevant framework for the massive and large-scale collaborative  ...  with other tools for visualising hypothetical reconstruction of archaeological sites.  ...  as a global schema for integrating metadata about scientific observation, measurements and processed data in descriptive and empirical sciences. • CRM Digi16 is an ontology and RDF Schema to encode metadata  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3569841 fatcat:gw5rkx3pvjc3bjxz44ob2euoj4

Investigating a multi-paradigm system for the management of archaeological data: Corpus Lapidum Burgundiae

Eric Leclercq, Marinette Savonnet, Andres Troya-Galvis, Stephane Buttner
2013 2013 Digital Heritage International Congress (DigitalHeritage)  
We develop a formal model for ontological-based annotations, we show that this model conforms to a semi-ring algebraic structure and we define a subset of algebraic operator to query annotations.  ...  Archaeological data include textual information, quantifiable values and measures, sketches, photographies, 3D models, and lots of links among data and historical information sources.  ...  The results are given to the scientific community, the restoration professionals, the stone sector professionals and the large public, by the development of a collaborative Web platform.  ... 
doi:10.1109/digitalheritage.2013.6743816 dblp:conf/dh/LeclercqSTB13 fatcat:r47vo7l7czh6hb2kpinexf425e
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