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Sculptures in the Semantic Web

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Sculptures in the Semantic Web
Philipp Gerth, Wolfgang Schmidle, Sebastian Cuy

Use Cases on Data Integration with Cidoc-CRM and on Standards
What we learned

Use Ontologies, that are already existing
Very flexible data handling
Even only XML is enough
Use open standards!
Geo data, Time data, Literature fine
Archaeological standards are needed!
philipp.gerth@dainst.de
sebastian.cuy@uni-koeln.de
wolfgang.schmidle@dainst.de
Agora Excavation
Arachne
iDAI.field
Sesame
Triple Store
3M Editor
www.ics.forth.gr/isl/3M/
Benefits
Enhanced Literature Search
Knowledge discovery
In Depths Query Possibilities
Data Integration

Next steps
10 months remaining
Ariadne Report on Testcases
Prototypical Implementation into the Ariadne Portal
IDs
iDAI.vocab
TIME
PLACE
ACTORS
ARCH. TERMS
LITERATURE
http://arachne.dainst.org
http://agora.ascsa.net/research
Contexts
http://collection.britishmuseum.org/sparql
http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/
Zenon
ZenonID
data schema Marc21
stable uri's
DAI Gazetteer
Pleiades
iDAI
Chrontology
Period0
http://viaf.org
Getty AAT
Show similar objects
show me all
places
and their
archaeological contexts
of
sculptures (herm)
that are made out of similar
material (marmor)
, have the same
height (40-50cm)
, that depicts
heracles
"

triples, e.g. rdf/xml
<crm:E22_Man-Made_Object rdf:about=
"http://arachne.uni-koeln.de/entity/2295540"
>
<crm:P53_has_former_or_current_location>
<crm:E53_Place>
<crm:P87_is_identified_by>
<crm:E44_Place_Appellation>
<rdf:value>
Chemtou
</rdf:value>
</crm:E44_Place_Appellation>
</crm:P87_is_identified_by>
</crm:E53_Place>
</crm:P53_has_former_or_current_location>
problem: different mappings
problem:
different values
http://arachne.dainst.org/entity/1070719
http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=459803&partId=1
problem
solved
http://arachne.dainst.org/entity/1070719
http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=459803&partId=1
http://gazetteer.dainst.org/place/2089463

object 1
object 2
object 3
object 4
object 5
type
time
Time
Space
http://arachne.dainst.org/entity/1070719
http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=460033&partId=1&page=1
has_dimension
83000 sculptures
1000 arch. types
88000 literature links

500 stone objects
120 arch. contexts

1000 sculptures
240 documents
56000 literature links
1700 arch. contexts

52000 sculptures
https://prezi.com/tpxt7fr-0f4y/
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