Terminologies, modèles de données archéologiques et thésaurus documentaires

by   Sébastien Durost, et al.

The HyperThésau and Bibracte numérique projects have given rise to a collective effort centred on the use of vocabulary as a means of ensuring the interoperability of archaeological data throughout its life cycle. To this end, the use of the standardised form of the thesaurus – via the Opentheso platform – provides a tool that is already adapted to the Linked Data. Nevertheless, its use quickly raised the question of the different paradigms presiding over the elaboration of a specific vocabulary by each (group of) scientist(s). The ISO 25964 standard – designed for the management and interoperability of indexing languages – is flexible enough to permit the comparison and linking of different scientific or documentary “points of view”. Their coherence through interoperability alignments nevertheless requires to interface different semantic granularities: search reporting, the description of raw data, a gateway or ”pivot” between the two, by using a regulated cooperation methodology. The challenges that remain to be met on this path do not prevent the thesaurus tool from already being a suitable support for a complete ”human-to-machine-to-human” interoperability, developed within the framework of the Bibracte Ville Ouverte project and exemplified through a research on the ceramics of that archaeological site.



There are no comments yet.


page 11


Linking Publications to Funding at Project Level: A curated dataset of publications reported by FP7 projects

Datasets explicitly linking publications to funding at project level are...

Towards a Knowledge Graph based Speech Interface

Applications which use human speech as an input require a speech interfa...

The Unified Astronomy Thesaurus: Semantic Metadata for Astronomy and Astrophysics

Several different controlled vocabularies have been developed and used b...

Astrolabe: Curating, Linking and Computing Astronomy's Dark Data

Where appropriate repositories are not available to support all relevant...

Domain Controlled Title Generation with Human Evaluation

We study automatic title generation and present a method for generating ...

Bluejay: A Cross-Tooling Audit Framework For Agile Software Teams

Agile software teams are expected to follow a number of specific Team Pr...

The I-ADOPT Interoperability Framework for FAIRer data descriptions of biodiversity

Biodiversity, the variation within and between species and ecosystems, i...
This week in AI

Get the week's most popular data science and artificial intelligence research sent straight to your inbox every Saturday.