Ontology Assessment and Extension : A Case Study on LD4L and BIBFRAME

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Representatives of the Andrew W. Mellon funded Linked Data for Libraries - Labs and Linked Data for Production teams will discuss their assessment strategy and alignment progress between the BIBFRAME and LD4L ontologies, including semantic patterns and ontology reuse. Further, the talk will discuss the ontology extension work underway within the LD4P program, focusing on those directed by Cornell and Harvard Universities.

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Steven Folsom
Harvard University, United States
Jason Kovari
Cornell University, United States

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Folsom, S., & Kovari, J. (2017). Ontology Assessment and Extension : A Case Study on LD4L and  BIBFRAME. International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, 2017.

DOI : 10.23106/dcmi.952137663

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