[Crm-sig] List of use of CRM and extentions to CRM

Christian-Emil Ore c.e.s.ore at iln.uio.no
Fri Nov 11 13:35:19 EET 2011


Dear all,
I working on a list of projects/institutions using CRM and/or 
extensions. Below I have compiled a list of 29 entries. The list is a 
sketch and each entry is taken form the web or from conference proposals.

It is clearly many more. In case you know about other 
projects/instutions/systems using CRM, please send me a pointer.

Kind regards,
Christian-Emil


1 CLAROS
http://explore.clarosnet.org/XDB/ASP/clarosHome/about.html

2 STAR, DELOS
http://hypermedia.research.glam.ac.uk/photos/

3 Erlangen
http://erlangen-crm.org

4 WISSKI
The WissKI Project
Wiss-ki.eu

5ResearchSpace
http://www.researchspace.org/home

6 Preparing the Ground for the German Digital Library
http://www.deutsche-digitale-bibliothek.de/faq.htm

7 Mapping metadata of TEI-encoded biographies to CIDOC-CRM
Reinert, Matthias; Riechert, Thomas

8  Berliner Kolloquium Digital Humanities: GeoTools für Historiker und 
der Behaim-Globus. Der Behaim-Globus in Informatikerhand

9 The COINS Project
About COINS
http://www.coins-project.eu/index.php

10 The STELLAR Project
Semantic Technologies Enhancing Links and Linked data for Archaeological 
Resourceshttp://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/research/stellar/

11 ART ontology: Experiences with CRM-based organization of heritage images.
Daniel ISEMANN, M.A., Prof Khurshid AHMAD
National Museum of Irland

13 Applicability of CIDOC CRM in Digital Libraries
Cezary MAZUREK, Krzysztof SIELSKI, Justyna WALKOWSKA, Marcin WERLA, part 
of the SYNAT national research project

14 CARARE
http://www.carare.eu/eng

15 SCULPTEUR
http://www.sculpteurweb.org/html/approach.htm
16 National Authorities in the Environment of Museums and Galleries - 
Interoperability with the National Library of the Czech Republic
http://pro.inflow.cz/how-offer-more-users

17 HEML?
http://digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/003/1/000026/000026.html
18 Conceptualizing the Ethnomuse: Application of CIDOC CRM and FRBR
Gregor Strle, Matija Marolt,  Slovenia

19 National Gallery API
http://research.ng-london.org.uk/wiki/index.php/National_Gallery_API

20 Prototype of a CIDOC-CRM implementation in a relational database
Gerald Hubel; Austria

21 Milano Antica
www.csai.di

22 The fine rolls of King Henry III
http://www.frh3.org.uk/home.html

23 Various prosopography projects
Prosopography and Computer Ontologies: towards a formal representation 
of the ‘factoid’ model
John Bradley, Michele Pasin (King’s College London) Presentation at 
Representing Knowledge in the Digital Humanities, University of Kansas 
on September 24, 2011: http://idrh.ku.edu/representing-knowledge-conference/

24 Matteo Romanello's PhD project
http://dh2011abstracts.stanford.edu/xtf/view?docId=tei/ab-143.xml;query=Matteo%20Romanello;brand=default

25 Tracing Networks: Craft Traditions in the Ancient Mediterranean and 
Beyond
http://www.tracingnetworks.org/

26 7AAVMD07 Metadata Theory and Practice
Lastly, just for fun: «Week 6: Descriptive metadata part 2. FRBR, CIDOC 
CRM, ISAD(G). Content standards. AACR2 and RDA. Vocabularies and 
thesauri» 
(http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/ddh/study/pgt/madam/option/7aavdm07/syll.aspx)

27 The Gothenburg City
The Gothenburg City Museum provided close to 9K museum objects from two 
collections to build a use case within the MOLTO FP7 project for a 
knowledge representation infrastructure that allows querying RDF and 
presenting RDF results in natural language. The knowledge representation 
infrastructure is based on Ontotext's approach "reason-able views of the 
web of data". Museum data is modeled according to CIDOC CRM, integrated 
with the DBpedia and GeoNames datasets, and upper-level ontologies such 
as PROTON that facilitate the integration. The museum reason-able view 
contains 305M triples, and is accessible via a SPARQL endpoint here.

28 LODAC (Linked Open Data in Academia)
LODAC (Linked Open Data in Academia) is created by Japan's National 
Institute of Informatics and aggregates various information across 
multiple Japanese resources as LOD.
  Many Japanese museums have digitized their museum collections. This 
data is scraped by LODAC and mapped to RDF in CIDOC CRM. Associated 
artists and artworks from different museum collections are associated 
and integrated data views are provided. The result is LODAC-Museum, 
including web presentation, natural language search and SPARQL endpoint.
  The system uses 8 OWLIM nodes and aggregates 19 collections with 700 
000 entities and 15M triples. Future plans include OWLIM upgrade, 
integrate more data sources, branch out to other scientific areas such 
as biodiversity, provide interface for user generated content.

29 The Polish Digital National Museum
  (PL)	The Polish Digital National Museum aggregates artifacts from 
cultural institutions in the Digital Libraries Federation PIONIER 
Network: over 70 contributing institutions including universities, 
libraries, museums, archives, research. The Poznan Supercomputing and 
Networking Center transforms all provided data to RDF using common 
ontologies such as CIDOC CRM, and relevant vocabularies related to 
Europeana. The aggregated collection contains 681 thousand objects and 
is published with specially developed software (dMuseion). OWLIM is used 
as the RDF repository for this project










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