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1Wright, H.: Semantic Web and ontologies.
Abstract: The Semantic Web and ontologies can help archaeologists combine and share data, making it more open and useful. Archaeologists create diverse types of data, using a wide variety of technologies and methodologies. Like all research domains, these data are increasingly digital. The creation of data that are now openly and persistently available from disparate sources has also inspired efforts to bring archaeological resources together and make them more interoperable. This allows functionality such as federated cross-search across different datasets, and the mapping of heterogeneous data to authoritative structures to build a single data source. Ontologies provide the structure and relationships for Semantic Web data, and have been developed for use in cultural heritage applications generally, and archaeology specifically. A variety of online resources for archaeology now incorporate Semantic Web principles and technologies.
Inhalt: DOI: 10.1002/9781119188230.saseas0527.
Themenfeld: Semantic Web ; Wissensrepräsentation
2Bolin, M.K. ; Wright, H.B.: Retrospective conversion of a medium-sized academic library.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 14(1992) nos.3/4, S.35-50.
Abstract: Even a successful retrospective conversion project requires a great deal of time, money, staff and problem-solving. The University of Idaho Library is a medium-sized academic library and a member of WLN. This arlicle describes the methods Ihe library used to convert its collection, and examines the problems encountered with each method.
Anmerkung: Simultaneously published as Retrospective Conversion: History, Approaches, Considerations