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  • The charter explains that the mission of the group is focused on interoperability for library data. Limited to library because specific and complex enough, but should obviously reach out to other communities in the end (in particular LAM). Expected deliverables : state of the art report, use cases, requirements, technology pieces.
  • What's an incubator group ? It's a short lived, light weight structure intended to identify future working tracks. The incubator is here to ask questions, not answer.
  • Lot of different people. Meet mainly on teleconferences, IRL only once (DC conference last october in Pittsburgh).
  • The use case effort : show huge and very diverse interest for LD in the community. Difficult to extract something at a global level -> creation of clusters. Shows the benefits of LD to users (patrons but also librarians, developers, etc.)

Ifla swsig meeting - Puerto Rico - 20110817 Ifla swsig meeting - Puerto Rico - 20110817 Presentation Transcript

  • Welcome to the 1 st Semantic Web SIG open session IFLA 77 th WLIC August 2011
  • Agenda
    • Report form the W3C Library Linked Data incubator group (LLD XG)
    • Report from the Namespaces task group
    • Report from the RDA task group
    • Feedback from Library Linked Data implementations
    • Next steps and expectations
  • Library Linked Data Incubator group report Semantic Web SIG meeting BERMES, Emmanuelle Centre G. Pompidou Paris, France IFLA 77 th WLIC August 2011
  • Linked Data Principles Use URIs as names for things Use HTTP URIs so that people can look up those names Provide useful information using standards (RDF, SPARQL) Create links with other datasets Linked Data principles from Sir Tim Berners-Lee
  • Why should libraries care ?
    • Because being part of the Linked data means being part of the Web, and bring the Web's value to library users
    • Because Linked Data technology could improve the value of description efforts by increasing interoperability and empowering better data curation processes based on links
    • Because future bibliographic standards may be based on Linked Data and Semantic Web models
    • Because Linked Data technologies are not limited to the library domain, and thus create opportunities for sharing beyond libraries
  • To help increase global interoperability of library data on the Web, by bringing together people involved in Semantic Web activities — focusing on Linked Data — in the library community and beyond, building on existing initiatives , and identifying collaboration tracks for the future . http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/charter
  • W3C incubator (XG) activity
    • Short-lived working groups: 1 year
    • Light administration burden
    • Not W3C Recommendations, but “innovative ideas for specifications, guidelines, and applications that are not (or not yet) clear candidates as Web standards”
      • => XGs can trigger further W3C work
    http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/
  • Tom Baker – Ed Summers – Jeff Young – Antoine Isaac - Michael Panzer – Marc Van Assem – Jon Phipps – Alexander Haffner – Paul Walk – Martin Malmsten – Emmanuelle Bermes – Ray Denenberg – Karen Coyle – Gordon Dunsire – Marcia Zeng – and also – Asaf Bartov – Mike Bergman – Uldis Bojars – Dan Brickley – Kendall Clark – Alexandru Constantin – Nicolas Delaforge – Monica Duke – Kai Eckert – Kevin Ford – Wolfgang Halb – Michael Hausenblas – Andrew Houghton – Fumihiro Kato – Lazlo Kovacs – Dickson Lukose – Tod Matola – Carlo Meghini – Andras Micsik – Peter Murray – Guenther Neher – Joachim Neubert – Glen Newton – Ikki Ohmukai – Jonathan Rees – Felix Sazaki – Jodi Schneider – Anette Seiler – Oreste Signore – Ross Singer – Lars Svensson – Hideaki Takada – Kosuke Tanabe – Herbert Van de Sompel – Bernard Vatant – Daniel Viala — Kim Viljanen – William Waites – Mohammed Zergaoui
  • Deliverables
    • Main final report
      • Audience : librarians, library managers, developers
      • Currently at http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/wiki/DraftReportWithTransclusion
    • Available Data and Vocabularies report
      • Audience : librarians, developers
      • Currently at http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/wiki/Vocabulary_and_Dataset
    • Use Case report
      • Audience : librarians, developers
      • Currently at http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/wiki/UseCaseReport
  • Use cases
      • The LLD XG gathered 50+ Use Cases
      • 8 clusters
        • Bibliographic data
        • Authority data
        • Vocabulary alignment
        • Archives and heterogeneous data
        • Citations
        • Digital objects
        • Collections
        • Social & new uses
    * Use Case Bibliographic Network * Use Case AGRIS * Use Case Community Information Service * Use Case Data BNF * Use Case Identification And Deduplication Of Library Records * Use Case Linked Data and legacy library applications * Use Case Migrating Library Legacy Data * Use Case Open Library Data * Use Case Regional Catalog * Use Case Pode * Use Case Polymath Virtual Library * Use Case Talis Prism 3 * Use Case AuthorClaim * Use Case Authority Data Enrichment * Use Case FAO Authority Description Concept Scheme * Use Case International Registry for Authors * Use Case Linked Data Service of the German National Library * Use Case Virtual International Authority File (VIAF) * Use Case AGROVOC Thesaurus * Use Case Browsing And Searching In Repositories With Different Thesauri * Use Case Civil War Data 150 * Use Case Component Vocabularies * Use Case Language Technology * Use Case Subject Search * Use Case Vocabulary Merging * Use Case Bridging OWL and UML * Use Case Archipel * Use Case Digital Preservation * Use Case Europeana * Use Case LOCAH * Use Case Photo Museum * Use Case Radio Station Archive Digitisation * Use Case Recollection * Use Case Ontology of Cantabria's Cultural Heritage * Use Case Citation of Scientific Datasets * Use Case Enhanced Publications * Use Case Mapping Scholarly Debate * Use Case Collecting material related to courses at The Open University * Use Case Digital Text Repository * Use Case Enhanced Publications * Use Case Editing reports on new academic documents * Use Case NDNP (National Digital Newspaper Program) * Use Case NLL Digitized Map Archive * Use Case Publishing 20th Century Press Archives * Use Case AuthorClaim * Use Case Collection-Level Description * Use Case Community Information Service * Use Case Digital resources with access restrictions * Use Case Library Address Data * Use Case Nearest physical collection * Use Case Community Information Service * Use Case Crosslinking Environment Data and the Library * Use Case Open Library Data * Use Case Ranking Search Results by Popularity using Circulation Data * Use Case SEO * Use Case Support This Book Button
  • Available datasets and vocabularies
    • Metadata elements sets : Dublin Core, RDA, ISBD, FRBR...
    • Value vocabularies : LCSH, VIAF, Marc Code Lists...
    • Other Datasets : Geonames, DBpedia...
    Library related datasets (including value vocabularies) are registred in CKAN : http://ckan.net/group/lld A list of available metadata elements sets is provided by the LLD XG deliverable : http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/lld/wiki/Vocabulary_and_Dataset
  • Final report outline
    • Scope and definitions
    • Benefits of Linked Data for libraries
    • Current situation
    • Recommendations
    • Technical appendixes
  • Recommendations highlights
    • For library leadership
      • Identify sets of data as possible candidates for early exposure as Linked Data
      • Foster a discussion about open data and rights
    • For standard bodies and participants
      • Increase library participation in SW standardization
      • Develop library standards that are compatible with Linked Data
      • Develop and disseminate best-practices design patterns tailored to LLD
      • Design user stories and models for user interfaces
  • Recommendations highlights (2)
    • For data and system designers
      • Create URIs for the items in library datasets
      • Connect library data standards to the Linked Data space
      • Develop policies for managing and preserving RDF vocabularies
    • For librarians and archivists
      • Preserve Linked Data vocabularies
      • Explore using library experience in curation and long-term preservation to Linked Data datasets
  • Next steps ?
    • Deliverables will be officially released in early september 2011
    • Potential transition to a community group ?
      • Simple transition ?
      • LAM ?
      • Research and publishing ?
    • What could be IFLA's role (and in particular the SWSIG's) in this context ?
  • Standards reports Semantic Web SIG meeting IFLA Namespaces task group report RDA task group report IFLA 77 th WLIC August 2011
  • IFLA Namespaces Task Group
    • Co-ordination and liaison of development of namespaces for IFLA (bibliographic) standards
      • RDF classes and properties with URIs
      • http://iflastandards.info/ns/
    • Representation from IFLA sections
      • Bibliography; Cataloguing; Classification & Indexing; Information Technology; Knowledge Management
      • FRBR Review Group; ISBD Review Group; ISBD/XML Study Group
  • Current namespaces (published)
    • MulDiCat
      • Multilingual dictionary of cataloguing
    • FRBRer
      • Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records entity-relationship model
    • ISBD elements
      • International Standard Bibliographic Description
    • ISBD Area 0 vocabularies
      • Content and Media types
  • Current namespaces (in preparation)
    • FRBRoo
      • FRBR object-oriented model (with CIDOC-CRM)
    • FRAD
      • Functional Requirements for Authority Data
    • FRSAD
      • Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Data
    • UNIMARC ?
  • DCMI RDA Task Group
    • Development of namespace for RDA
      • Resource Description and Access
    • Representatives from JSC (Joint Steering Committee for RDA); Dublin Core Metadata Initiative; relation Semantic Web communities
    • Some RDA vocabularies recently published
    • Other vocabularies and element sets in preparation
  • Links
    • http://iflastandards.info/ns/
      • FRBRer; MulDiCat
      • ISBN in preparation
    • http://metadataregistry.org/rdabrowse.htm
      • RDA element sets and vocabularies
    • http://metadataregistry.org/
      • Everything except MulDiCat
    • [email_address]
  • Libraries implementing linked data reports Semantic Web SIG meeting Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Biblioteca Nacional de España Library of Congress Bibliothèque nationale de France ... IFLA 77 th WLIC August 2011
  • Please join us !!! [email_address] [email_address] Semantic Web SIG IFLA 77 th WLIC August 2011