Towards Performing Arts Information As Linked Data?

Abstract : Semantic Web technologies and Linked Data are of crucial importance for cultural heritage institutions, as they will allow them to share data, both among them and with any kind of other agents who will be thus enabled to reuse that valuable knowledge in a variety of ways. They rely, among other things, on ontologies that provide unified representations of the (often heterogeneous) information produced by such institutions. The FRBROO model (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records, object-oriented) has been under development since 2003 as an extension of the CIDOC CRM (International Committee for Documentation [of ICOM, International Council of Museums], Conceptual Reference Model), the ontology for museum information. The combination of FRBROO and CIDOC CRM provides a unified ontology for the information produced by both museums and libraries. Information relating to performing arts is explicitly taken into account in this ontology. This paper shows how performing arts, and resources that document them, are modelled in FRBROO, and how this could help libraries and museums of the performing arts to make the contents of their databases available as Linked Data.
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Patrick Le Boeuf. Towards Performing Arts Information As Linked Data?. SIBMAS 2012 Conference : Best Practice! Innovative Techniques for Performing Arts Collections, Libraries and Museums = À la recherche de l'excellence ! Approches innovantes dans les collections et bibliothèques des arts du spectacle, Oct 2012, France. ⟨hal-00807942⟩

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