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Geotemporal semantics
Putting time and space to good use
in Dutch Heritage
Rein.vantveer@den.nl
www.erfgoedenlocatie.nl
The national context of DEN

DEN Foundation
Digital Heritage Netherlands

• supports archives, museums and other heritage
...
Project: Heritage & Location

3 Applications

Apps

Sites

Sites

Site

e-services

Apps

Sites

External services

Enrich...
The Geo-semantic Marriage

Semantics

Geospatial

SPARQL,
Reasoning!

WFS filtering,
Spatial Joins!

URI’s, multiple
sourc...
Heritage & Location GeoSPARQL-demo:
http://erfgeo.nl/geosparql/geosparql-demo.html
Challenges of geotemporal semantics

Towards a geotemporal semantic infrastructure
for Dutch cultural historical data

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Geotemporal Semantics in the context of the Dutch project Heritage & Location. Towards a geotemporal semantic infrastructure for Dutch cultural heritage data.

Presentation for the W3C conference Linking Geospatial Data, 5­-6 March 2014, London.

www.erfgoedenlocatie.nl
www.w3.org/2014/03/lgd

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  1. 1. Geotemporal semantics Putting time and space to good use in Dutch Heritage Rein.vantveer@den.nl www.erfgoedenlocatie.nl
  2. 2. The national context of DEN DEN Foundation Digital Heritage Netherlands • supports archives, museums and other heritage institutions to improve their digital strategies • core mission: sharing knowledge of and experiences with ICT • encourages institutions to invest in open technology, implement ICT-standards and use tools that contribute to sustainable information services DEN is sponsored by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Cultural Affairs and Science.
  3. 3. Project: Heritage & Location 3 Applications Apps Sites Sites Site e-services Apps Sites External services Enrichment & semantics 2 Semantics Vocabularies & Ontologies 1 Data & Aggregation X External vocabs Intermediaries Europeana Y Sources Archives AV Libraries Museum s Academic data Monuments & Archaeology
  4. 4. The Geo-semantic Marriage Semantics Geospatial SPARQL, Reasoning! WFS filtering, Spatial Joins! URI’s, multiple sources Sturdy data Generic interoperability? Well-integrated WxS interfaces? Graphs Features Facetting, statistics Nice mapping tools
  5. 5. Heritage & Location GeoSPARQL-demo: http://erfgeo.nl/geosparql/geosparql-demo.html
  6. 6. Challenges of geotemporal semantics Towards a geotemporal semantic infrastructure for Dutch cultural historical data 1. What spatial rdf solution should we choose? 2. Is GeoJSON-LD the way to go?
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