The CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model (CRM) is an important ontology in the Cultural Heritage (CH) domain. CRM is intended mostly as a data integration mechanism, allowing reasoning and discoverability across diverse CH sources represented in CRM. CRM data comprises complex graphs of nodes and properties. An important question is how to search through such… (More)
The CIDOC CRM (international standard ISO 21127:2006) is a conceptual model and ontology with a fundamental role in many data integration efforts in the Digital Libraries and Cultural Heritage (CH) domain. It has spawned various CRM-compliant extensions, such as: • Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBRoo) for works and bib-liographic data;… (More)
This paper presents the approaches to data and image annotations in ResearchSpace (http://www.researchspace.org), an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded project led by the British Museum aimed at supporting collaborative internet research, information sharing and web applications for the cultural heritage scholarly community.