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Historical ontology and infrastructure

David Ribes, Jessica Beth Polk
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 iConference on - iConference '12  
In applying the philosophical concept of historical ontology to cyberinfrastructure, we present the groundwork for a broader understanding of infrastructural sustainability within an environment inherently  ...  We explore the relationship between long-term scientific infrastructure and its changing objects of research.  ...  A common trope in explaining the success of long-term infrastructure is to claim that infrastructure must remain 'flexible.'  ... 
doi:10.1145/2132176.2132209 dblp:conf/iconference/RibesP12 fatcat:eny5dq7fhjdrfova2ue4jzb7ra

Elements of a National SemanticWeb Infrastructure--Case Study Finland on the Semantic Web

Eero Hyvonen, Kim Viljanen, Eetu Makela, Tomi Kauppinen, Tuukka Ruotsalo, Onni Valkeapaa, Katri Seppala, Osma Suominen, Olli Alm, Robin Lindroos, Teppo Kansala, Riikka Henriksson (+4 others)
2007 International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC 2007)  
approved And other projects Semantic web is coming An ontology-based infrastructure is needed for it Open infrastructure enables development of practical applications FinnONTO is an experiment of this  ...  related to historical events -different types of items may be related by a certain event -historical events are important as content items of their own Actor Ontology (Toimo) Actor Ontology (Persons  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsc.2007.106 dblp:conf/semco/HyvonenVMKRVSSALKHFTSK07 fatcat:pd5j6vjqprbptblgsvpiq6rgom

ATU-DSS: Knowledge-Driven Data Integration and Reasoning for Sustainable Subsurface Inter-asset Management [chapter]

Lijun Wei, Heshan Du, Quratul-ain Mahesar, Barry Clarke, Derek R. Magee, Vania Dimitrova, David Gunn, David Entwisle, Helen Reeves, Anthony G. Cohn
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The contribution of all the industry partners and stakeholders involved in the research is gratefully acknowledged.  ...  Informed by the ATU ontologies, several datasets were sourced from different data owners, including the historic meteorological data (e.g. rainfall, temperature.) 8 , the road and historic traffic data  ...  The ATU City Infrastructure Asset Ontologies [2, 3] define the properties and processes of the ground, roads and buried utilities (publicly available at 5518/190).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-98192-5_2 fatcat:hyslk257yvf2flf5njt5sxghhm

A Foundry of Human Activities and Infrastructures [article]

Robert B. Allen, Eunsang Yang, Tatsawan Timakum
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Here we consider realist semantic modeling of everyday activities and infrastructures in such knowledgebases.  ...  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.  ...  Material Technologies and Infrastructure The contents of historical newspapers and other historical records for small towns often describe entities and activities which are routine, even mundane.  ... 
arXiv:1711.01927v1 fatcat:whwdi3o4rfchjianjxrdfdl3ua

The anthropology of infrastructure

Natalia Buier
2022 Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology  
I pinpoint the limitations of these approaches and argue that their epistemological and theoretical assumptions blunt the critical potential of anthropological studies of infrastructure.  ...  In the first part of the article, I engage with the arguments in favor of infrastructure as an analytical lens by focusing on their treatment of relationality and materiality.  ...  In opposition to an ontologically infl icted anthropology of infrastructure, both the Marxist and the Foucaultian approach are grounded in the stress on the historicity of social formations.  ... 
doi:10.3167/fcl.2022.012401 fatcat:h3ue3f3czjcrhf36wdcer5nmhy

Mapping High-Level Application Requirements onto Low-Level Cloud Resources

Yih Leong Sun, Terence Harmer, Alan Stewart
2012 Journal of Software Engineering and Applications  
These are then translated into high-level infrastructure ontologies which then can be mapped onto low-level descriptions of cloud resources. Cost ontologies are proposed for cloud resources.  ...  Finding a suitable set of cloud products that meets an application's requirements and budget can be a challenging task. In this paper, an ontology-based resource mapping mechanism is proposed.  ...  onto infrastructure deployment ontologies.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jsea.2012.531104 fatcat:5mv2fsazrrfhbhwn6b6cxp2c6i

Ontology-based Modeling of Time, Places and Agents in the Project DigiKAR (Digitale Kartenwerkstatt Altes Reich /Digital Map Lab Holy Roman Empire)

Ingo Frank, Barget, Monika (Renate)
2021 Zenodo  
Poster and abstract for the virtual Data for History Conference 2021 (#d4h21)  ...  Conclusions • We use Semantic Web and Linked Data technology as central building blocks to create the project's research data infrastructure. • We apply ontological analysis as a method informed by the  ...  _31-32-33.tif) Figure 2 : 2 Figure 2: Historical Information Life Cycle for the project DigiKAR • Ontologies are mostly used in the enrichment stage and editing stage of the historical information life  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4895497 fatcat:ccbdgtlrajgbjkur54cdcovcnq

Towards Interoperable Network Ontologies for the Digital Humanities

Alison Langmead, Jessica M. Otis, Christopher N. Warren, Scott B. Weingart, Lisa D. Zilinksi
2016 International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing: A Journal of Digital Humanities  
Here we examine the methodological considerations behind designing such interoperable ontologies, focusing primarily on the example of Early Modern historical networks.  ...  At the heart of these digital projects are 'network ontologies'functional data models for distilling the complicated, messy connections between historical people, objects, and places.  ...  work can easily be disregarded, digital humanists must create and manage network ontologies-formal naming structures of concepts, types, and relationships-that can serve as 'boundary objects', core infrastructural  ... 
doi:10.3366/ijhac.2016.0157 fatcat:nz24ns7lazabpku7towpbixdwi

Spatial cyberinfrastructures, ontologies, and the humanities

R. E. Sieber, C. C. Wellen, Y. Jin
2011 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Database, the authority for Chinese historical people, and (iii) the China Historical Geographical Information System, one of the first historical geographic information systems.  ...  Then we detail the system architecture, which includes a tier of ontologies and schema. We describe the user interface and applications that allow for cross-database queries.  ...  With historical spatial databases, and contrasting with most spatial ontologies, places depend highly on temporal properties.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.0911052108 pmid:21444819 pmcid:PMC3078361 fatcat:s7b7xzkcezgujbrhsfj5waviau

Toward a Multi-Dimensional Ontology Model for Urban Planning

Fatimazahra Barramou, Khalifa Mansouri, Malika Addou
2020 Journal of Geographic Information System  
The main goal is to provide semantic land use descriptions according to four dimensions: zoning, services, infrastructure and easement and to define all LUP concepts within the Moroccan urban law.  ...  Secondly, these ontologies are developed according to legislation and regulations of the zone studied so they can't be used by some urban territories that have specific urban law such as Moroccan country  ...  E-Heritage Refers to area reserved for the protection of historical and archaeological heritage around historical sites.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jgis.2020.126040 fatcat:tnbkykkabjfs5gpekuvkrlm3zq

A data infrastructure to bridge BI and research analytics tools and methods

Pedro Parraguez, Karen Hytteballe Ibanez, Brian Lowe, Mogens Sandfær
2020 Zenodo  
A data infrastructure to bridge BI and research analytics tools and methods The traditional toolsets employed in business intelligence and research analytics applications have been historically developed  ...  Benefits of this data infrastructure include: Making scientometric data more widely available across a range of tools and services.  ...  SQL and Tableau). Research analytics tools and methods (e.g. VIVO RDF ontologies and VosViewer).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3898276 fatcat:ak3lmzosoreixh6ogmg52mr73q

Ontologies in CLARIAH: Towards Interoperability in History, Language and Media [article]

Albert Meroño-Peñuela, Victor de Boer, Marieke van Erp, Richard Zijdeman, Rick Mourits, Willem Melder, Auke Rijpma, Ruben Schalk
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We summarise the lessons learnt from using such ontologies and tools in these domains from a generalisation and reusability perspective.  ...  In this chapter, we describe the ontologies and tools developed and integrated in the Dutch national project CLARIAH to address these issues across datasets from three fundamental domains or "pillars"  ...  Ontologies In the CLARIAH Amsterdam Time Machine, three use cases focusing on Amsterdam from each CLARIAH pillar were connected through a historical geographical infrastructure to answer questions of inequality  ... 
arXiv:2004.02845v2 fatcat:ohruemenf5bjjg5npeqikbxb3u


R. Garozzo, C. Santagati
2021 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Masonry arch railway bridges represent a historically built heritage to be preserved.  ...  The presented research aims at showing the results of an in-depth analysis conducted on masonry arched bridges computational ontologies; following this, the authors propose a semantic conceptualization  ...  Antonio Ferraro as drone operator during the digital surveys and to Professor Mariateresa Galizia for the scientific support.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlvi-m-1-2021-249-2021 fatcat:jgdhitjoojd57j2kpxuicil6xi


M. Kokla, M. A. Mostafavi, F. Noardo, A. Spanò
2019 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
The present study considers the available ontologies and data models, coming from various domains and having different granularities and levels of detail, to represent historical small urban centres information  ...  They are defined at different levels (international, national, regional), by various organizations and standards, incorporate numerous aspects (natural and built environment, infrastructures and open spaces  ...  contemporary; its infrastructures above and below ground; its open spaces and gardens, its land use patterns and spatial organization; perceptions and visual relationships; as well as all other elements  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlii-2-w11-675-2019 fatcat:65zwv5f4f5cnfjquzhgbcu3xdu

Coordinating and Integrating Faceted Classification with Rich Semantic Modeling [article]

Robert B. Allen, Jaihyun Park
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We consider how the AAT and BFO2-based ontologies could be coordinated and integrated into a Human Activity and Infrastructure Foundry (HAIF).  ...  We compare a faceted thesaurus, the Art and Architecture Thesaurus (AAT), with ontologies derived from the Basic Formal Ontology (BFO2), which is an upper (or formal) ontology widely used to describe entities  ...  Here, we explore developing the Human Activity and Infrastructure Foundry (HAIF) [8] , which would be a collection of resources useful for describing common human activities and infrastructures such as  ... 
arXiv:1809.09548v1 fatcat:ivxzrmjo55ee3i3yeyfthpqewm
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