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Marac11

  1. 1. the archival project putting archival data on the semantic web, guerilla style…
  2. 2. the archival project giving linked data a shot the questions… how hard it is to publish linked data? is it possible without unlimited resources and technical support? is there a clear benefit?
  3. 3. the archival project the evolution of the web linked mashups data WWW
  4. 4. the archival project linked open data (what is it and why?)use URIs as names for things.use HTTP URIs so that people can look up those names.when someone looks up a URI, provide useful information,using the standards (RDF, SPARQL).include links to other URIs so that they can discover morethings
  5. 5. the archival project how does linked data work? Aaron Rubinstein URI representations Amherst, MAHTMLweb page RDF URI URI FOAF profile RDF URI info about Amherst
  6. 6. the archival project modeling names and collections URI Robert Francis arch:correspondedWith arch:primaryProvenanceOf URI Robert Francis PapersMarianne Moore URI URI Predilections (book)VIAF ID URI URI URI Marianne Moore Papers
  7. 7. the archival project arch vocabulary creating ontologies can be as simple or complex as you want it to be…design principles* re-use existing vocabularies* only create terms that existnowhere else* keep it simplehttp://purl.org/archival/vocab/arch#

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