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fairdata:vienna_summer_school_2020 [2020/07/07 09:49]
Francesco Beretta [Talks by Francesco Beretta]
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Francesco Beretta
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 +{{:​fairdata:​beretta_modelling_historical_information.pdf|Slides of the talks}}
  
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 ==== Data modelling IV: Historical information and foundational ontologies ==== ==== Data modelling IV: Historical information and foundational ontologies ====
  
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-  * Francesco ​Beretta, « Pour une annotation sémantique des textes : le projet symogih.org et la Text encoding initiative », Bruniana e Campanelliana,​ Ricerche filosofiche e materiali storico - testuali, XXII-2, 2016, pp. 453-465. +  * Beretta ​F. (2014). Exploration du site web scholasticon.fr : une application de la méthode SyMoGIH (Système modu- laire de gestion de l'​information historique). La prosopographie au service des sciences sociales. Lyon, CEROR, p.289-310. 
-  * Francesco ​Beretta, « [[https://​halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/​halshs-01559816v1|L'​interopérabilité des données historiques et la question du modèle : l'​ontologie du projet SyMoGIH]] », dans Brigitte Juanals et Jean-Luc Minel (dir.), Enjeux numériques pour les médiations scientifiques et culturelles du passé, Presses universitaires de Paris Nanterre, 2017.+  * Beretta F., « [[https://​halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/​halshs-01505635v1|Pour une annotation sémantique des textes : le projet symogih.org et la Text encoding initiative]] », Bruniana e Campanelliana,​ Ricerche filosofiche e materiali storico - testuali, XXII-2, 2016, pp. 453-465. 
 +  * Beretta ​F., « [[https://​halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/​halshs-01559816v1|L'​interopérabilité des données historiques et la question du modèle : l'​ontologie du projet SyMoGIH]] », dans Brigitte Juanals et Jean-Luc Minel (dir.), Enjeux numériques pour les médiations scientifiques et culturelles du passé, Presses universitaires de Paris Nanterre, 2017. 
 +  * Beretta F., "​[[http://​www.semantic-web-journal.net/​content/​challenge-historical-research-making-data-fair-using-collaborative-ontology-management-0|A challenge for historical research: making data FAIR using a collaborative ontology management environment (OntoME)]]",​ SWJ. Semantic Web – Interoperability,​ Usability, Applicability (submitted 30 June 2020, accepted 3 September 2020) 
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   * Marie Delcourte-Debarre,​ « [[http://​www.digitalhumanities.org/​dhq/​vol/​12/​1/​000367/​000367.html|Analyser les emboîtements d’échelles spatio-temporelles d’un territoire forestier :​ du système d’information géographique à la méthode SyMoGIH (Avesnois, France)]] ​ », DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly, XII-1, 2018.   * Marie Delcourte-Debarre,​ « [[http://​www.digitalhumanities.org/​dhq/​vol/​12/​1/​000367/​000367.html|Analyser les emboîtements d’échelles spatio-temporelles d’un territoire forestier :​ du système d’information géographique à la méthode SyMoGIH (Avesnois, France)]] ​ », DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly, XII-1, 2018.
   * Francesco Beretta, Rosemonde Letricot. "​[[https://​halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/​halshs-01818225|The XML Portal for the symogih.org project]]"​. Gérald Kembellec; Evelyne Broudoux (ed). //Reading and writing knowledge in scientific communities//​. Digital humanities and knowledge construction,​ ISTE Editions. 2017, p.115-134.   * Francesco Beretta, Rosemonde Letricot. "​[[https://​halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/​halshs-01818225|The XML Portal for the symogih.org project]]"​. Gérald Kembellec; Evelyne Broudoux (ed). //Reading and writing knowledge in scientific communities//​. Digital humanities and knowledge construction,​ ISTE Editions. 2017, p.115-134.
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 === Formalization === === Formalization ===
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   * Holger Knublauch et al., « [[https://​www.w3.org/​2001/​sw/​BestPractices/​SE/​ODSD/​|A Semantic Web Primer for Object-Oriented Software Developers – W3C Editor’s Draft]] »,​ 9 mars 2006, .   * Holger Knublauch et al., « [[https://​www.w3.org/​2001/​sw/​BestPractices/​SE/​ODSD/​|A Semantic Web Primer for Object-Oriented Software Developers – W3C Editor’s Draft]] »,​ 9 mars 2006, .
   * Hong-Seok Na, O-Hoon Choi, et Jung-Eun Lim, « [[https://​doi.org/​10.1007/​11912873_43|A Metamodel-Based Approach for Extracting Ontological Semantics from UML Models]]. »,​ in Web Information Systems - WISE 2006, 7th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering,​ Wuhan, China, October 23-26, 2006, Proceedings,​ 2006, 411‑22.   * Hong-Seok Na, O-Hoon Choi, et Jung-Eun Lim, « [[https://​doi.org/​10.1007/​11912873_43|A Metamodel-Based Approach for Extracting Ontological Semantics from UML Models]]. »,​ in Web Information Systems - WISE 2006, 7th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering,​ Wuhan, China, October 23-26, 2006, Proceedings,​ 2006, 411‑22.
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 === DOLCE === === DOLCE ===
  
-http://​www.loa.istc.cnr.it/​dolce/​overview.html +  * [[http://​www.loa.istc.cnr.it/​dolce/​overview.html|DOLCE - WonderWeb]] 
-Borgo S., Masolo C. (2009). Foundational Choices in DOLCE. Handbook on Ontologies. Berlin/​Heidelberg,​ Springer-Verlag,​ p. 361-381.+  * Masolo, C., Borgo, S., Gangemi, A., Guarino, N., Ol- tramari, A. (2003). WonderWeb Deliverable D18 Ontology Library (final), Trento, Laboratory For Applied Ontology. 
 +  * Borgo S., Masolo C. (2009). Foundational Choices in DOLCE. Handbook on Ontologies. Berlin/​Heidelberg,​ Springer-Verlag,​ p. 361-381.
  
  
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 === CIDOC CRM === === CIDOC CRM ===
  
 +  * Doerr M. (2003). The CIDOC CRM. An Ontological Ap- proach to Semantic Interoperability of Metadata. AI Magazine vol. 24, number 3, p.75-92.
   * Doerr M., Hunter J., Lagoze C. (2003). Towards a Core Ontology for Information Integration,​ Journal of Digital In- formation 4(1).   * Doerr M., Hunter J., Lagoze C. (2003). Towards a Core Ontology for Information Integration,​ Journal of Digital In- formation 4(1).
 +  * Stephen Stead (2008). [[http://​www.cidoc-crm.org/​cidoc-crm-tutorial|The CIDOC CRM, a Standard for the Integration of Cultural Information CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model Special Interest Group ICS-FORTH]],​ Crete, Greece November.
   * Doerr M. (2009). Ontologies for Cultural Heritage. Handbook on ontologies. 2nd ed., Berlin, Springer, p. 463-486.   * Doerr M. (2009). Ontologies for Cultural Heritage. Handbook on ontologies. 2nd ed., Berlin, Springer, p. 463-486.
 +  * [[http://​www.cidoc-crm.org/​Version/​version-6.2.1|CIDOC CRM 6.2.1]] – Definition of the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model, Produced by the ICOM/CIDOC Documentation Standards Group, Continued by the CIDOC CRM Special Interest Group Version 6.2.1 October 2015 Current Main Editors: Patrick Le Boeuf, Martin Doerr, Christian Emil Ore, Stephen Stead, Contributors:​ Trond Aalberg, Detlev Balzer, Chryssoula Bekiari, Lina Boudouri, Nick Crofts, Gordon Dunsire, Øyvind Eide, Tony Gill, Günther Goerz, Monika Hagedorn-Saupe,​ Gerald Hiebel, Jon Holmen, Juha Inkari, Dolores Iorizzo, Juha Kotipelto, Siegfried Krause, Karl Heinz Lampe, Carlos Lamsfus, Jutta Lindenthal, Mika Nyman, Pat Riva, Lene Rold, Richard Smiraglia, Regine Stein, Matthew Stiff, Maja Žumer Copyright © 2003 ICOM/CIDOC CRM Special Interest Group
   * Doerr M., Meghini C. (2018). A first-order logic expres- sion of the CIDOC conceptual reference model . Interna- tional Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies 13 (2), p. 131-149.   * Doerr M., Meghini C. (2018). A first-order logic expres- sion of the CIDOC conceptual reference model . Interna- tional Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies 13 (2), p. 131-149.
  
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 +== Time management in the CIDOC CRM ==
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 +  * James F. Allen, « Towards a General Theory of Action and Time », Artificial Intelligence 23, nᵒ 2 (1 juillet 1984): 123‑54.
 +  * J. Holmen et Christian-Emil Ore (2010), « Deducing Event Chronology in a Cultural Heritage Documentation System », in Frischer, B., J. Webb Crawford and D. Koller (eds.), Making History Interactive. Oxford: Arcaeopress,​ 2010, 122‑129.
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 +== Discovering and learning the CIDOC CRM ==
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 +  * [[http://​www.cidoc-crm.org/​versions-of-the-cidoc-crm|CIDOC CRM Versions]] (on official web site)
 +  * [[http://​www.cidoc-crm.org/​collaborations|Compatible models & Collaborations]]
 +  * [[http://​www.cidoc-crm.org/​tutorialPage|Tutorials]] – [[http://​www.cidoc-crm.org/​cidoc-crm-tutorial|Steve Stead, Tutorial 2008]]
 +  * [[http://​www.cidoc-crm.org/​functional-units|Functional Overview]]
  
  
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 The CIDOC CRM (an ISO norm since 2006) has been defined as a “formal ontology intended to facilitate the integration,​ mediation and interchange of heterogeneous cultural heritage information” (Martin Doerr). Although there are significant intersections between the two fields of cultural heritage preservation in museums and historical research, the CRM has to be extended with some relevant, missing high-level classes in order to meet the needs of the latter. Furthermore,​ there is a need to enrich the ontology with the modelling patterns required for the fine-grained data production in all the different fields of historical research, and notably in prosopography. We will see how collaborative data modelling carried out in the ontology management environment OntoME makes it possible to elaborate a communal and adaptive conceptualization of the domain. ​ The CIDOC CRM (an ISO norm since 2006) has been defined as a “formal ontology intended to facilitate the integration,​ mediation and interchange of heterogeneous cultural heritage information” (Martin Doerr). Although there are significant intersections between the two fields of cultural heritage preservation in museums and historical research, the CRM has to be extended with some relevant, missing high-level classes in order to meet the needs of the latter. Furthermore,​ there is a need to enrich the ontology with the modelling patterns required for the fine-grained data production in all the different fields of historical research, and notably in prosopography. We will see how collaborative data modelling carried out in the ontology management environment OntoME makes it possible to elaborate a communal and adaptive conceptualization of the domain. ​
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 +  * [[https://​ontome.dataforhistory.org/​classes-tree|Ontology Management Environment]] – OntoME
 +  * [[http://​dataforhistory.org/​|Data for History]] (Mailing list - Forum - Community meetings)
 +  * Francesco Beretta, Vincent Alamercery, Sebastiaan Derks, Lodewijk Petram, Jonas Schneider. [[https://​halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/​halshs-02314003v1|Geohistorical FAIR data: data integration and Interoperability using the OntoME platform]], Time Machine Conference 2019, Oct. 2019, Dresden, Germany.
 +  * M.-O. Rousset, Francesco Beretta, Emmanuelle Perrin, Vincent Alamercery, Sébastien Durost et al.  [[https://​halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/​halshs-02413859v1|HisArc-RDF:​ prototyping an operating chain, related to the Linked Open Data, on structurally and semantically heterogeneous archaeological data sets]]. Linked Pasts 5: Back to the (re)sources,​ Dec. 2019, Bordeaux, France.
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