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1 CoReWIKI and Semantic Web A node for cultural heritage standards

2 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Which web is what? "the semantic web is never going to get here. Instead we'll pour more semanticness into the existing web" –http://twitter.com/dmje/statuses/ , referring to Weaving a Web of Data (MW2008 workshop)http://twitter.com/dmje/statuses/ Weaving a Web of Data “The web has immense semantic value already. However, for a specific purpose the correlative semantic relations have to be extracted from the surrounding noise and to be expressed in a formal structure or model.” –http://museums.wikia.com/wiki/User_talk:Jpbowen#Se mantic_Web_and_Wikishttp://museums.wikia.com/wiki/User_talk:Jpbowen#Se mantic_Web_and_Wikis

3 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Standards for cultural heritage information Museums as example –documentation –procedures –data structure –terminology –… different –cultures –levels –scopes

4 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model CIDOC: International Committee on Documentation, International Council of Museums International standard (ISO 21127:2006) –controlled exchange of cultural heritage information –formal ontology for archives, libraries and museums –implementations and utilizations still rare

5 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Collaborative communities Content –Terms –Definitions –Links (+ Semantic MediaWiki) –Media –Categories –Portals Contributors & communities –People –Projects –Institutions –Initiatives

6 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Beauty and the Beast Standards –Authority –Hierarchy –Institution Wiki –Community –Network –Individual CoReWIKI precisionflexibility Archives Libraries Museums Intangible heritage Semantic Web

7 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Content & instruments Concepts (theory) –Standards Vocabularies Formats Methods Implementations Projects & experiences (practice) Connections Repository for –Documentations –Publications –References Communication (forum, talk) Collaboration Description Reference –internal CoRe other parts Semantic links –external

8 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Function, role, task Language –Type Lingua franca Standard Regional –Function Communicate Collaborate Exchange –Dynamics CoReWIKI –Types and levels of expert knowledge –Communicate, collaborate & exchange information –Flexible tool

9 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Example

10 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Benefits and needs Efficient node and repository Flexible and extendable knowledge base Combines restrictions and accuracy of standards with collaborative environment Individual commitment Institutional care and support Publicity Resources

11 Thank you Comments and collaboration welcome

12 June 26, 2008 NY Semantic Web Meetup at the Museum Contact title=New_York_Semantic_Web_Meetup title=New_York_Semantic_Web_Meetup MuseumsWiki –http://www.linkedin.com/in/tunschhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/tunsch


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