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Who? What? When? Where? Reaching Jewish resources and knowledge Chi? Cosa? Quando? Dove? Accedere alle risorse ebraiche Dov Winer Scientific Manager, Judaica.

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1 Who? What? When? Where? Reaching Jewish resources and knowledge Chi? Cosa? Quando? Dove? Accedere alle risorse ebraiche Dov Winer Scientific Manager, Judaica Europeana

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4 Thesaurus with about 10,000 terms developed by Dr. Allison Kupietzky Collections Database Manager with the Curators and Museum staff

5 object namesplaces artists names periods

6 Linked Open Data by Europeana

7 The essence of RDF: the triple Source: The thirty minute guide to RDF and Linked Data, by Ian Davis and Tom Heath subject property value

8 Linked Open Data Datasets on the Web ngOpenData/DataSets/Statistics Linking Open Data cloud diagram, by Richard Cyganiak and Anja Jentzsch. Over 31.7 billion RDF triples (10/2011) Over 40 billion on February 2012

9 The triangle of reference Referred in The Phaneron blog: RDFS Idioms for the Working Semiotician by Rick Murphy, August Concerns the original concept by Ogden and Richards (see: )http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triangle_of_reference

10 EUROPEANA & vocabularies EUROPEANA will be integral part of the Web of Knowledge Linked Data – the RDF Web, Web as a database Building units: URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers) in RDF (Resource Description Framework) triplets: Subject, Predicate, Object Vocabularies as Hubs in the Web of Knowledge: Vocabularies as Hubs in the Web of Knowledge: SKOS – Simple Knowledge Organisation System

11 Tagging content with controlled vocabularies: Irish vocabulary on Vikings

12 Tagging content with controlled vocabularies: Norwegian vocabulary on Vikings

13 Mapped vocabularies – semantic graphs

14 The role of controlled vocabularies in Judaica Europeana

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18 The award-winning Where Once We Walked (WOWW) has been completely revised and updated to reflect the changes in the political geography of Central and Eastern Europe since WOWW was published in There are also a number of improvements to the original edition noted below. The new edition identifies more than 23,500 towns in Central and Eastern Europe where Jews lived Where?

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24 Tasks for a common agenda on Jewish vocabularies Who? Names Disseminate the use of VIAF Seek to include periodical publications in VIAF RAMBI Long term common effort to achieve comprehensiveness Where? Places JewishGen and Yad Vashem gazetteers as linked data? Use Europeana guidelines to map places coordinates Registry of Jewish gazetteers / RDF/ community based Jewish gazetteer service similar to GeoNames, Freebase, LinkedGeoData etc When? Periods Survey available vocabularies and seek to express them as Linked Data Institutional tools for in-depth probe on current periodisation practices

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30 Jewish gazetteers Where?

31 What? Jewish headings at the Library of Congress catalogue

32 Tasks for a common agenda on Jewish vocabularies Who? Names – Disseminate the use of VIAF – Seek to include periodical publications in VIAF – RAMBI – Long term common effort to achieve comprehensiveness Where? Places – JewishGen and Yad Vashem gazetteers as linked data? – Use Europeana guidelines to map places coordinates – Registry of Jewish gazetteers / RDF/ community based Jewish gazetteer service similar to GeoNames, Freebase, LinkedGeoData etc When? Periods – Survey available vocabularies and seek to express them as Linked Data – Institutional tools for in-depth probe on current periodisation practices

33 Expressions of interest in developing the agenda Dd dd Esther Guggenheim Yad Vashem Yael German

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35 Thank you for your attention! Contact: Dov Winer Judaica Europeana Scientific Manager EAJC - European Association for Jewish Culture

36 SKOS Simple Knowledge ORGANIZATION SYSTEM thesauri, classifications, subjects, taxonomies, folksonomies,… controlled vocabulary concepts are documented, linked, merged with other data, composed, integrated and published on the Web CONCEPTSidentified by URIs using RDF triples natural language expressions to refer to concepts: skos: prefLabel[descriptor] skos: altLabel[synonims, acronyms, abbreviations] SEMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS …broader and narrower concepts broader/narrower relationships assert that a concept is broader/narrower in meaning …concepts somehow related SCHEMEScompiled sets of concepts: ConceptScheme class and inScheme relationship to link a concept to a scheme hasTopConcept relationship for the entry points of narrower/broader hierarchy LINK schemesmap concepts from different schemes using the properties exactMatch, broadMatch, narrowMatch and relatedMatch February 14


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