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Query Transformation in a CIDOC CRM Based Cultural Metadata Integration Environment
The wide use of a number of cultural heritage metadata schemas imposes the development of new interoperability techniques that facilitate unified access to cultural resources. In this paper, we focus on the ontology based ...
Mapping the Hierarchy of EAD to VRA Core 4.0 Through CIDOC CRM
Metadata interoperability requires the development of mappings and crosswalks between different schemas. Crosswalks development is a laborious and complex task especially when metadata of compound objects include hierarchical ...
Modelling the Public Sector Information through CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model
Nowadays, due to the growing development of eGovernment information systems, there is an increasing need to handle Public Sector Information (PSI) in a homogeneous way. Ontologies are currently a powerful tool to act as ...
Ontology-Based Metadata Integration in the Cultural Heritage Domain
In this paper, we propose an ontology-based metadata integration methodology for the cultural heritage domain. The proposed real - world approach considers an integration architecture in which CIDOC/CRM ontology acts as a ...
Mapping cultural metadata schemas to CIDOC conceptual reference model
Managing heterogeneous data is a challenge for cultural heritage institutions as they host and develop various collections with heterogeneous types of material, described by different metadata schemas. In this paper, we ...
Integrating Dublin Core metadata for cultural heritage collections using ontologies
Metadata interoperability is an active research area, especially for cultural heritage collections, which consist of heterogeneous objects described by a variety of metadata schemas. In this paper we propose an ontology-based ...