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

martin martin at ics.forth.gr
Sat Nov 12 21:52:19 EET 2011


Dear Christian-Emil,

We have also the European IP Projects CASPAR and 3D-COFORM.

Below: "Gerald Hiebel", not "Hubel" please.

Best,

Martin

On 11/11/2011 1:35 PM, Christian-Emil Ore wrote:
> 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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