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Spatial and thematic ontology in cultural heritage information systems.

Harith Alani

Spatial and thematic ontology in cultural heritage information systems.

by Harith Alani

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ing aspect is the centrality of the role that an ontology can play in an information system, leading to the perspective of ontology-driven information systems. I have stressed elsewhere [23,24] the importance of an interdisciplinary approach in the practice of ontological engineering, underlying in particular the role played by formal ontology. the cultural heritage context of our efforts. Section 4 is entirely dedicated to the proposed approach of ontology based modeling of cultural heritage environment. Our contribution ends with some conclusions and future * This work was supported by PROMETEU grant AUF/ and TOMIS project PN .

Geo-Ontology (Geo-spatial+Ontology) Geo-Ontology is the results from analysis and modeling of ontology in geospatial application. This is - defined by concepts and the relationships to represent the abstract from real-geographic space. In order to produce: Machine-readable knowledge representation → “A machine-understand theory of. We argue that an ontology of historical events is needed in semantic portals for cultural heritage due to three reasons. First, ontological identifiers (URIs) of events, such as the World War II or the coronation of Napoleon, are needed in order to make collection metadata mutually interoperable in terms of related.

CHIOS - Cultural Heritage Interchange Ontology Standardization. Looking for abbreviations of CHIOS? It is Cultural Heritage Interchange Ontology Standardization. Kindly provide its justifications with the chosen ontology, epistemology and paradigm. I am also using qualitative and thematic analysis. Therefore, the writer do not need to write on quantitative or mixed method as presented in the first draft. Just explain the justification to use qualitative in robust as well as thematic analysis.


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Spatial and thematic ontology in cultural heritage information systems by Harith Alani Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ments, (ICOM) is considere d the core ontology for cultural heritage [23]. It uses RDF-OWL for the management of thematic data and became the standard ISO Standard ontologies exist both in the cartographic and the cultural heritage field; however, they are distinct standards, and some limits (in the spatial or semantic management) make them incomplete for being used to manage architectural heritage knowledge.

R., Thompson, D.: Fundamentals of spatial information systems. Academic Press Cited by: 2. Ontology and Information Systems Barry Smith1 Philosophical Ontology Ontology as a branch of philosophy is the science of what is, of the kinds and structures of objects, properties, events, processes and relations in every area of reality.

‘Ontology’ is oftenFile Size: KB. Ontologies for Cultural Heritage 13 Therefore information cannot be normalized and integrated on the basis of the assumed past, such as on absolute dates, geographic coordinates, cause-Author: Martin Doerr.

Ontologies and the Cultural Heritage. The case of GO. information contained in the ontology and in the documents domain it describes; open a space in which also 'non-experts' may enter and well-known cultural objects such as maps, thematic maps, digital devices for interaction with the physical world, are cognitively enriched, allowing Cited by: 2.

A book of the names and address of people living in a city. What is Spatial Systems. Wiki User 'Spatial and thematic ontology in cultural heritage information systems'. Summary. In the cultural heritage domain information systems are increasingly deployed, digital representations of physical objects are produced in immense numbers and there is a strong political pressure on memory institutions to make their holdings accessible to the public in digital by: Information and documentation — A reference ontology for the interchange of cultural heritage information 1 Scope ISO app lies to all information required for the scientific documentation of cultural heritage collections, with a view to enabling wide area information exchange and integration of heterogeneous sources.

Geospatial ontology development and semantic knowledge discovery addresses the need for modeling, analyzing and visualizing multimodal information, and is unique in offering integrated analytics that encompasses spatial, temporal and thematic dimensions of information and knowledge.

Universal Ontology of Geographic Space: Semantic Enrichment for Spatial Data aims to escalate the current scope of research to support the development of semantically interoperable systems of geographic space. This reference will aid university lecturers and professors, students, researchers, developers of spatial applications.

ontology allows for constraining, expressing and analyzing the intended meaning of the shared vocabulary of concepts and relations in the cultural heritage environment. In general, an ontology can range from the simple notion of a taxonomy (knowl-edge with minimal hierarchic or parent/child structure), to a thesaurus (words and.

15 Jun 15 Jun ANALYSIS, THEMATIC MAPS AND DATA MINING FROM POINT CLOUD TO ONTOLOGY FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT R.

Nespeca 1 and L. De Luca 2 R. Nespeca and L. De Luca. 1 DICEA, Dept. of Civil, Building Engineering and Architecture, Engineering Faculty, Polytechnic University of Marche, Ancona, Italy; 2 MAP (UMR CNRS/MCC) - Modèles Cited by: 8.

Upper-level Cultural Heritage Ontology of the CIDOC-CRM in information systems of the broader cultural heritage domain is evident Places in the ontology have a spatial focus, which could refer to the location of an object in space, a place of artefact production, a place of item display, a depicted place on a painting, etc.

This paper describes a working example of semantically modelling cultural heritage information and data from the National Gallery collection in London. The paper discusses the process of semantically representing and enriching the available cultural heritage data, and reveals the challenges of semantically expressing interrelations and groupings among the physical items, the venue and the Cited by: 1.

The exchange of relevant information with libraries and archives, and harmonization with their models, falls within the intended scope of ISO Information required solely for the administration and management of cultural institutions, such as information relating to personnel, accounting, and visitor statistics, falls outside the Category: w.

Semantic Web and Ontologies for Cultural Heritage. Cultural heritage portals is an especially promising domain for the application of semantic web technologies (Hyvönen, ).The idea of the Semantic Web 3 (Berners-Lee et al., ) and in particular Semantic Web ontologies (Staab & Studer, ) is to offer a “common language” for applications and services to use when they speak about Cited by: 8.

Creating and Using Geospatial Ontology Time Series in a Semantic Cultural Heritage Portal Tomi Kauppinen1, using historical geographic regions in a cultural heritage portal: Ontology-based spatiotemporal search It is necessary to be able to use both histor- should be a way of visualizing the spatial relationship between the old regions and.

An Ontology Model for Narrative Image Annotation in the Field of Cultural Heritage Lei Xu1, Albert Meroo-Peuela 2, Zhisheng Huang, and Frank van Harmelen 1 School of Information Management, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China 2 Department of Computer Science, VU University, Amsterdam, the Netherland Abstract.

Traditional event models couldn’t model temporal-spatial in. ONTOLOGY-DRIVEN GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS By Frederico Torres Fonseca Thesis Advisor: Dr. Max J. Egenhofer An Abstract of the Thesis Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (in Spatial.

A goal of this study is the suitable representation of both the thematic information about architectural heritage and its 3D geometric characteristics in an interoperable and understandable way.

For this reason, the existing data models, available for the geometric and cartographic field, and for the cultural heritage domain, were by: 4. Association for Information Systems AIS Electronic Library (AISeL) ECIS Proceedings European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) A Graphical Humor Ontology for Contemporary Cultural Heritage Access Elena Garcia-Barriocanal University of Alcala, [email protected] Miguel Angel Sicilia University of Alcala, [email protected] David.The amount of digital cultural heritage data produced by cultural heritage institutions is growing rapidly.

Digital cultural heritage repositories have therefore become an efficient and effective way to disseminate and exploit digital cultural heritage data. However, many digital cultural heritage repositories worldwide share technical challenges such as data integration and interoperability Author: Ikrom Nishanbaev, Erik Champion, David A.

McMeekin.We will develop the ontology at both the philosophical and the information systems levels of specificity. We will publish the results of the project in the form of reports, web documents, journal articles, and a comprehensive book.

After discussing results of prior NSF support, we will discuss the role of ontology in information systems.