Category Archives: Vocabularies

JISC State-of-the-art Study on Terminology Services

JISC State-of-the-art Study on Terminology Services (2006) http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/terminology/JISC-review2006.html This report reviews vocabularies of different types, best practice guidelines, research on terminology services and related projects. It discusses possibilities for terminology services within the JISC Information Environment and eFramework. The report … Continue reading

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Knowledge Organization System (KOS)

Marcia Lei Zeng. Knowledge Organization System (KOS). Knowledge Organization[J]. 2008(35): 160-182 This paper is a review about different types of KOS and their applications. 1. Overview of types of Knowledge Organization Systems The Class of KOS has four major groups … Continue reading

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The CIDOC Conceptual Reference Module – An ontological approach to semantic interoperability of metadata

Citation: Doerr, M. (2003). The CIDOC Conceptual Reference Module – An ontological approach to semantic interoperability of metadata. AI MAGAZINE, 24(3), 75-92. Goals of Research: To justify the methodology and design of CIDOC-CRM by functional requirements. Summary: The emergence of … Continue reading

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Semantic Interoperability in Archaeological Datasets: Data Mapping and Extraction Via the CIDOC CRM

Citation: Binding, C., May, K., & Tudhope, D. (2008). Semantic Interoperability in Archaeological Datasets: Data Mapping and Extraction Via the CIDOC CRM. RESEARCH AND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY FOR DIGITAL LIBRARIES, 5173, 280-290. Goals of Research: To investigate the utility of mapping … Continue reading

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