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Linking Open Data: the Pelagios ontology workshop

KCL, on behalf of the Hestia project

Thursday, March 24, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM (GMT)

London, United Kingdom

Linking Open Data: the Pelagios ontology workshop

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The Pelagios workshop is an open forum for discussing the issues associated with and the infrastructure required for developing methods of linking open data (LOD), specifically geodata. There will be a specific emphasis on places in the ancient world, but the practices discussed should be equally applicable to contemporary named locations. The Pelagios project will also make available a proposal for a lightweight methodology prior to the event in order to focus discussion and elicit critique.

The one-day event will have 3 sessions dedicated to:

1) Issues of referencing ancient and contemporary places online

2) Lightweight ontology approaches

3) Methods for generating, publishing and consuming compliant data

Each session will consist of several short (15 min) papers followed by half an hour of open discussion. The event is FREE to all but places are LIMITED so participants are advised to register early. This is likely to be of interest to anyone working with digital humanities resources with a geospatial component.


Preliminary Timetable

10:30-1:00              Session 1: Issues

2:00-3:30                Session 2: Ontology

4:00-5:30                Session 3: Methods

 

Confirmed Speakers (including affiliation and relevant project)

Johan Alhlfeldt (University of Lund) Regnum Francorum online

Ceri Binding (University of Glamorgan) Semantic Technologies Enhancing Links and Linked data for Archaeological Resources

Gianluca Correndo (University of Southampton) EnAKTing      

Claire Grover (University of Edinburgh) Edinburgh Geoparser

Eetu Mäkelä (University of Aalto) CultureSampo

Adam Rabinowitz (University of Texas at Austin) GeoDia      

Alexander Dutton (University of Oxford) CLAROS

Sven Schade (European Commission)          

Monika Solanki (University of Leicester) Tracing Networks

Humphrey Southall (University of Portsmouth) Great Britain Historical Geographical Information System

 

Pelagios Partners also attending are:

Mathieu d’Aquin (KMi, The Open University) LUCERO

Greg Crane (Tufts University) Perseus

Reinhard Foertsch (University of Cologne) Arachne

Sean Gillies (Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, NYU) Pleiades

Mark Hedges, Gabriel Bodard (KCL) SPQR

Rainer Simon (DME, Austrian Institute of Technology) EuropeanaConnect

 

On behalf of the Pelagios team, we look forward to working with you!

Elton Barker (The Open University) Google Ancient Places

Leif Isaksen (The University of Southampton) Google Ancient Places

Have questions about Linking Open Data: the Pelagios ontology workshop? Contact KCL, on behalf of the Hestia project

When & Where


Franklin-Wilkins Building
King's College
Stamford Street
SE1 9NH London
United Kingdom

Thursday, March 24, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM (GMT)


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KCL, on behalf of the Hestia project

Using a digital text of Herodotus’s Histories, Hestia uses web-mapping technologies such as GIS, Google Earth and the Narrative TimeMap to investigate the cultural geography of the ancient world through the eyes of one of its first witnesses.

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