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Workshop Knowledge Organisation Systems: Digital humanities practices and archiving challenges. How much semantic interoperability is feasible?
26 September 2023
Location: Online and at the DANS office
This workshop gives the opportunity to share thoughts and exchange experiences concerning the implementation of Knowledge Organisation Systems in the Digital Humanities and in the collections which support them with professor Richard Smiraglia and others.
Papers by Professor Charles van den Heuvel and Vyacheslav Tykhonov.
Discussants: Professor Ronald Siebes; Chris Baars
Host: Dr. Andrea Scharnhorst
The language of the workshop is English. The workshop is free, including lunch, coffee and tea.
Registration is no longer possible, online attendance is still possible. Click here to join the session online.
10.30-11.30 – Digging into the Digital Humanities, by Richard Smiraglia
11.30-12.30 – Domain Ontology Patterns. Dynamics in classifications of the arts, by Charles van den Heuvel
12.30-13.30 – Lunch
13.30-14.00 – Between natural language models and KOS, by Slava Tykhonov
14.00-15.00 discussion – Topics to be discussed: Semantics and Semantic interoperability; New data models and data preservation, by Ronald Siebes and Chris Baars as discussant.