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Rethinking Critical Editions of Fragmentary Texts by Ontologies

@inproceedings{Berti2009RethinkingCE,
  title={Rethinking Critical Editions of Fragmentary Texts by Ontologies},
  author={M. Berti and Federico Boschetti and G. Crane and Matteo Romanello and Alison Babeu},
  booktitle={ELPUB},
  year={2009}
}
This paper discusses the main issues encountered in the design of a domain ontology to represent ancient literary texts that survive only in fragments, i.e. through quotations embedded in other texts. The design approach presented in the paper combines a knowledge domain analysis conducted through semantic spaces with the integration of well established ontologies and the application of ontology design patterns. After briefy describing the specifc meaning of “fragment” in a literary context… Expand
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