Fatima Danash

Modeling the Composition of Tangible Entities using Parthood/Spatial Relations and Studying their SpatioTemporal Evolution
Doctorante PATRIMALP / LIG

Several semantic web approaches tackle the problem of integrating multidisciplinary rich content using Linked Open Data. Cultural heritage (CH) is a multidisciplinary domain containing a massive heterogeneous content that varies distinctly by types and properties. Various semantic web approaches have been proposed in the context of CH and at multiple integration levels (local, national, international). These approaches are often domain-dependent and focus on the metadata schemata integration but not on the modeling of the CH artefact itself. These are not considered to be limitations of the approaches, rather than just being serving each models purpose and scope.

However, an important goal of the CH committee is the preservation and restoration of the CH artefact. This allows the representation of the artefact itself at its different life stages and the building of a lifeline representing its evolution with time and space. Our approach addresses the preceding CH goal, but goes beyond it to be domain-independent with a more generic goal, that is, modeling the representation of a tangible entity and its evolution with time and space.


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Publié le 12 mai 2021