Chapter 2 Dutch Historical Toponyms in the Semantic Web

  title={Chapter 2 Dutch Historical Toponyms in the Semantic Web},
  author={Ivo Zandhuis and Menno den Engelse and Edward Mac Gillavry},
The standardisation of historical, geographical names or toponyms facilitates both the comparison and combination of datasets that have a spatial dimension. In a digital infrastructure, online web services can be provided that not only standardise the historical, geographic names in these datasets to a canonical name, but also enrich the dataset with geographical coordinates through a process of geocoding. Finally, these online web services can be used to create cartographic visualisations of… CONTINUE READING


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