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This is a list of references to the CIDOC CRM that have come to our attention. Visitors to this page are kindly invited to inform us of any other references they are aware of. Please mail Dimitris Angelakis.

  1. Christian-Emil Ore and Øyvind Eide, TEI and Cultural Heritage Ontologies: Exchange of Information? Literary & Linguistic Computing 24.2 (2009): 161–72.
  2. Arianna Ciula, Øyvind Eide, Reflections on Cultural Heritage and Digital Humanities: Modelling in Practice and Theory. First International Conference on Digital Access to Textual Cultural Heritage (DATeCH). 2014. ACM.
  3. Martin Doerr, Chryssoula Bekiari, Athina Kritsotaki, Gerald Hiebel, Maria Theodoridou, CRMsci: the Scientific Observation Model presented by Chryssoula Bekiari in the annual conference of CIDOC, Dresden, September 9, 2014
  4. Jose Miguel Vieira, Arianna Ciula, Implementing an RDF/OWL Ontology on Henry the III Fine Rolls
  5. Martin Doerr, Dominic Oldman, The Costs of Cultural Heritage Data Services: The CIDOC CRM or Aggregator formats?, posted on June 13, 2013
  6. Ryan Shaw,Raphaël Troncy and Lynda Hardman, LODE: Linking Open Descriptions of Events
  7. Dominic Oldman, Small article about the use of the CIDOC CRM at the British Museum, posted on September 4, 2012
  8. Gerald Hiebel, Klaus Hanke and Ingrid Hayek, A relational database structure and user interface fro the CIDOC CRM with GIS integration presented in the 22th CIDOC CRM SIG meeting, Nuremberg, Germany, December 20-22, 2010
  9. Donna Kurtz, Greg Parker, David Shotton, Graham Klyne, Florian Schroff, Andrew Zisserman and Yorick Wilks, CLAROS - bringing classical art to a global public
  10. Lina Bountouri, Christos Papatheodorou, and Manolis Gergatsoulis, Modelling the Public Sector Information through CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model presented in the 6th International Workshop on Ontology Content, OnToContent 2010, Crete, Greece, 25- 29 October 2010
  11. Michele Pasin, Enrico Motta, Ontological Requirements for Annotation and Navigation of Philosophical Resources, January 2009
  12. Lima, João Alberto de Oliveira, Modelo Genérico de Relacionamentos na Organização da Informação Legislativa e Jurídica, PhD, thesis, Brasil 2008
  13. LIMA, J.A.O., Palmirani, M., Vitali, F., A Time-aware Ontology for Legal Resources
    In Proceedings of the Tenth International ISKO Conference, 2008.
  14. Øyvind Eide, The Exhibition Problem. A Real-life Example with a Suggested Solution,
    In Literary and Linguistic Computing, Vol. 23, No. 1, 2008
  15. CDWA Lite Advisory Committee, CDWA Lite Advisory Committee Open Meeting, Meeting Summary,
    Chicago, IL, 10 November 2007
  16. Michele Pasin, Enrico Motta and Zdenek Zdrahal, Capturing Knowledge about Philosophy,
    Presented at K-CAP 2007, Whistler, BC, 28-31 October 2007
  17. A. Marins, M. A. Casanova, A. Furtado, K. Breitman, Modeling Provenance for Semantic Desktop Applications,
    In Proceedings of SBC 2007, June 2007
  18. Lars Gunnar Eggen, Ontologibasert musikkmetadata (Ontology based music metadata),
    Masters Thesis, Publisher: Norwegian University of Science and Technolody, June 01, 2007,
  19. Krzysztof Janowicz, Towards a Similarity-Based Identity Assumption Service for Historical Places, 2007
  20. Junte Zhang, Ismail Fahmi, Henk Ellermann, and Gosse Bouma, Mapping Metadata for SWHi: Aligning Schemas
    with Library Metadata for a Historical Ontology
    In, M. Weske, M.-S. Hacid, C. Godart (Eds.): WISE 2007 Workshops, LNCS 4832, pp. 103–114, 2007
  21. Paul Courant, Sarah Fraser, Mike Goodchild, Margaret Hedstrom, Charles Henry, Peter B. Kaufman, Jerome McGann, Roy Rosenzweig, John Unsworth (Chair), Bruce Zuckerman, The Draft Report of the American Council of Learned Societies’ Commission on Cyberinfrastructure for Humanities and Social Sciences (for public comment),
  22. Franco Niccolucci, Andrea D’Andrea, An Ontology for 3D Cultural Objects,
    In Proceedings of VAST(2006), Nicosia, Cyprus, 30 October - 4 November 2006
  23. Bernhard Haslhofer, Robert Hecht, Metadata Management in a Heterogeneous Digital Library,
    In Proceedings of eChallenges, 2005
    ELAG 2006 "New tools and new library practices" Bucharest, 26 April 2006
  24. Patrick Le Boeuf, "... That struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more...": the elements that should be accounted for in a conceptual model for performing arts and the information relating to their archives,
    Paper given at the workshop "De la conception à la survie: comment documenter et conserver les productions du spectacle multimédia ?" in Paris, Centre de documentation de la musique contemporaine, as part of the "Rencontres itinérantes""Quelles noces de la musique et de l'image ?", Friday 13 January 2006. French version.
  25. Michael O. Jewell, Faith Lawrence, Mischa M. Tuffield, OntoMedia: An Ontology for the Representation of Heterogeneous Media,
    Presented at Multimedia Information Retrieval Workshop 2005 In conjunction with the 28th annual ACM SIGIR conference on Information Retrieval, Salvador Brazil, 19 August 2005
  26. Patrick Le Boeuf, Is it possible to organise all information? Library viewpoint,
    Presented at the Satellite Meeting to the 71st World Library and Information Congress, Järvenpää, Finland, 11-12 August 2005
  27. Jewell, M. O., Lawrence, K. F., Tuffield, M. M., Prugel-Bennett, A., Millard, D. E., Nixon, M. S., schraefel, m. c. and Shadbolt, N. R., OntoMedia: An Ontology for the Representation of Heterogeneous Media,
    In Proceedings of Multimedia Information Retrieval Workshop (MMIR 2005) SIGIR, August 2005
  28. Janneke van Kersen, DEN Collecties en Open Archives Initiative,
    August 2005
  29. Gabor Nagypal, Richard Deswarte and Jan Oosthoek, Applying the Semantic Web: The VICODI Experience in Creating Visual Contextualization for History,
    Literary and Linguistic Computing Advance Access originally published online on July 22, 2005
  30. Marek Hatala, Ron Wakkary and Leila Kalantari, Rules and Ontologies in Support of Real-time Ubiquitous Application,
    Journal of Web Semantics, 3(1), July 2005
  31. Kimberley Wilcox, Semantic Web Technologies in Cultural History: The State of the Art
    15 June 2005
  32. Garcia-Barriocanal, E., Sicilia, M.A. and Palomar, D., A graphical humor ontology for contemporary cultural heritage access,
    In Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Information Systems, 26-28 May 2005
  33. Oreste Signore, Ontology Driven Access to Museum Information,
    Presented at the Annual Conference of CIDOC, 24-27 May 2005
  34. Ali S. Elbekai, Nick Rossiter & Vassil T. Vassilev, Virtual Exhibitions Framework: Utilisation of XML Data Processing for Sharing Museum Content over the Web
    Presented at the Annual Conference of CIDOC, 24-27 May 2005
  35. Xavier Agenjo, Recursos Digitales: un Reto Para las Bibliotecas Nacionales,
    Jornadas sobre Bibliotecas Nacionales, May 2005
  36. Loebbecke, C., Thaller, M., Preserving Europe's Cultural Heritage in the Digital World,
    European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Regensburg, Germany, May 2005
  37. G. Rispoli, A. D'Andrea, F. Rosiello, V. Barone, Encoding Model for the integration of greek and latin sources and archaeological evidences,
    Presented at CAA2005, In press, 21 - 24 March 2005
  38. Efthimios C. Mavrikas, Vagelis Stournaras, Christis Konnaris, Historical memory preservation on the Semantic Web: the case of the Historical Archive of the Aegean - Ergani
    Presented at CAA2005, In press, 21 - 24 March 2005
  39. Ruth Tringham, Franco Niccolucci, Standards for archaeological documentation: news good and bad
    Presented at CAA2005, In press, 21 - 24 March 2005
  40. Stephen D. Stead, Digital Preservation: What does archaeology want?
    Presented at CAA2005, In press, 21 - 24 March 2005
  41. Joan C. Nordbotten, From Information Dissemination to Information Gathering Using virtual exhibits and content databases in e-learning centers, March 2005
  42. Heeryon Cho, Designing Metadata with Existing Ontologies,
    Department of Social Informatics, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University, 9 February 2005
  43. Joan C. Nordbotten, Gathering Information from Museum Web Sites,
    January 2005
  44. Wernher Behrendt, Aldo Gangemi, Wolfgang Maass, and Rupert Westenthaler, Towards an Ontology-Based Distributed Architecture for Paid Content,
    In A. Gómez-Pérez and J. Euzenat (Eds.): ESWC 2005, LNCS 3532, pp. 257–271, 2005
  45. Sinclair, P. A. S., Goodall, S., Lewis, P. H., Martinez, K. and Addis, M. J., Concept browsing for multimedia retrieval in the SCULPTEUR project,
    In Proceedings of The 2nd Annual European Semantic Web Conference (in press), Heraklion, Crete, 2005
  46. Hao Ding, Semantic Search in Peer-to-Peer based Digital Libraries,
    JCDL Doctoral Consortium 2005
  47. Paul Mulholland, Trevor Collins and Zdenek Zdrahal, Spotlight Browsing of Resource Archives ,
    Proceedings of the sixteenth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia, 2005
  48. Addis, M. J., Goodall, S., Lewis, P. H., Martinez, K., Sinclair, P. A. S., Giorgini, F., Lahanier, C., Stevenson, J., Cappellini, M., Serni, L. and Rimaboschi, R., Searching and Exploring Multimedia Museum Collections Over the Web
    In Proceedings of EVA 2005
  49. John Bradley, Documents and Data: Modelling Materials for Humanities Research in XML and Relational Databases,
    Literary and Linguistic Computing, February 2005
  50. P. Velardi, R. Navigli, A. Cucchiarelli, F. Neri. Evaluation of OntoLearn, a Methodology for Automatic Learning of Domain Ontologies, Ontology Learning from Text: Methods, Evaluation and Applications (P. Buitelaar, P. Cimiano, and B. Magnini, Eds.), Series information for Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, IOS Press, 2005
  51. Aldo Gangemi, Nicola Guarino, Impact of foundational ontologies on standardization activities
    ISTC-CNR, 20 December 2004
  52. J. Pansiot, P.M. Chapman, W.J. Viant1 and P. Halkon, New Perspectives on Ancient Landscapes: A Case Study of
    the Foulness Valley
    Presented at the 5th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 6-10 Dec 2004
  53. Richard P. Smiraglia, Jonathan Furner, Birger Hjorland, Jack Andersen, Interdisciplinary Concepts of the "Work" Entity Crossing Cultural Boundaries for Information Retrieval (SIGs CR, HFIS)
    Presented at ASIST 2004 Annual Meeting; "Managing and Enhancing Information: Cultures and Conflicts" (ASIST AM 04) , Providence, Rhode Island, 13 - 18 November 2004
  54. Gabor Nagypal, Creating an Application-Level Ontology for the Complex Domain of History: Mission Impossible?
    Kongre?beitrag/Proceeding, Lernen - Wissensentdeckung - Adaptivitat (LWA 2004), FGWM 2004 Workshop, Berlin, Germany, 4-6 October 2004
  55. Jon Mason, Context and Metadata for Learning, Education, and Training,
    October 2004
  56. Pinar Özden, An Ontology of Socio-Cultural Time Expressions
    Ludwin Maximilians Universitat Munchen, Magisterarbeit, 30 September 2004
  57. Efthimios Mavrikas, Nicolas Nicoloyannis, Evangelia Kavakli, Cultural Heritage Information on the Semantic Web,
    Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Engineering Knowledge in the Age of the Semantic Web (EKAW'04), E. Motta et al. (eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3257, pp 477 - 478, Springer, September 2004
  58. Paul Mulholland, Zdenek Zdrahal, Trevor Collins, Supporting the Exploration and Use of Heritage Stories,
    Database and Expert Systems Applications, 15th International Workshop on (DEXA'04), 30 August - 3 September 2004
  59. Jon Holmen, Ellen Aa. Jordal, From an XML tagged acquisition catalogue to an event based relation database,
    Presented in the Digital Resources for the Humanities 2004 Conference, September 2004
  60. Julien Pansiot, Immersive Visualization and Interaction of Multidimensional Archaeological Data,
    Thesis submitted for the Degree of Master of Science in the University of Hull, September 2004
  61. Lou Burnard, Sebastian Rahtz, Relax NG with Son of ODD
    Proceeding of Extreme Markup Languages 2004, August 2004
  62. Julija Melnika, Vasilijs Mihailovs, Information Technology Strategy and Its Implementation in Museums,
    Riga August 2004
  63. C. Brewster, H. Alani, S. Dasmahapatra, Y. Wilks, Data Driven Ontology Evaluation,
    Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, 26-28 May 2004
  64. Leila Kalantari, Marek Hatala, Jordan Willms, Using Semantic Web Approach in Augmented Audio Reality System for Museum Visitors,
    In Proceedings of the World Wide Web Conference, 17-22 May 2004
  65. Kathi Martin, The Role of Standards in Creating Community,
    In Proceedings of the World Wide Web Conference, 17-22 May 2004
  66. Leila Kalantari, Jordan Willms, Marek Hatala, Using Semantic Web Approach in Augmented Audio Reality System for Museum Visitors,
    In Proceedings of the World Wide Web Conference, 17-22 May 2004
  67. Tony Gill, Building Semantic Bridges Between Museums, Libraries and Archives: The CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model,
    In First Monday, volume 9, number 5, May 2004
  68. Christopher Brewster, Harith Alani, Srinandan Dasmahapatra and Yorick Wilks, Data-driven Ontology Evaluation,
    Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2004), May 2004
  69. Sebastian Rahtz, Norman Walsh, Lou Burnard, A unified model for text markup: TEI, Docbook, and beyond
    XTECH2004, 18-21 April 2004
  70. Ron Wakkary, Kenneth Newby, Marek Hatala, Dale Evernden, Milena Droumeva, Interactive Audio Content: An Approach to Audio Content for a Dynamic Museum Experience through Augmented Audio Reality and Adaptive Information Retrieval
    Presented at the Museums and the WEB 2004 Conference, 31 March -April 3, 2004
  71. Marek Hatala, Leila Kalantari, Ron Wakkary, Kenneth Newby, Ontology and Rule Based Retrieval of Sound Objects in Augmented Audio Reality System for Museum Visitors,
    Proceedings of the 2004 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, 14-17 March 2004
  72. Noriko Kando, Jun Adachi, Cultural Heritage Online: Information Access across Heterogeneous Cultural Heritage in Japan
    Presented at the International Symposium on Digital Libraries and Knowledge Communities in Networked Information Society DLKC'04, 2 - 5 March 2004
  73. Markus Nix, Die Praktische Einsetzbarkeit Des CIDOC CRM in Informationssystemen in Bereich des Kulturerbes,
    Universität zu Köln, March 2004
  74. Ryoji Murata, Data Modeling with the CIDOC CRM,
    The Bulletin of Japan Art Documemtation Society No. 11, March 2004
  75. Shek Tao Chan and Fredrik Gröndahl, An Object-Oriented Rule-Based System – guiding user input to databases in museums through web clients, Uppsala University, Department of Information Science, Computing Science Division, Thesis for the Degree of Master of Science, 4 February 2004
  76. Ortolf Harl, Kurt Schaller, Adapt computers to archaeology or adapt archaeology to computers?
    Ecole Francaise d'Athenes, February 2004
  77. Paul Mulholland, Trevor Collins, Zdenek Zdrahal, Story fountain: intelligent support for story research and exploration,
    In Proceedings of the 9th international conference on Intelligent user interface, 2004
  78. Goodall, S., Lewis, P., Martinez, K., Sinclair, P., Addis, M., Lahanier, C. and Stevenson, J., Knowledge-Based Exploration of Multimedia Museum Collections
    In Proceedings of European Workshop on the Integration of Knowledge, Semantics and Digital Media Technology (EWIMT), London, U.K. 2004
  79. Alani, H., Kim, S., Millard, D. E., Weal, M. J., Hall, W., Lewis, P. H. and Shadbolt, N., Using Protege for Automatic Ontology Instantiation,
    In Proceedings of 7th International Protege Conference, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, 2004
  80. Marek Nohotko, Ontologiczne modelowanie rzeczywistosci w bibliotekach cyfrowych
    In Zeszyty Naukowe Wydzialu ETI Politechniki Gdanskiej. Technologie Informacyjne 2004 Nr 5, s. 941-948, 2004
  81. Kim, S., Lewis, H. P., Martinex, K. and Goodall, S., Question Answering Towards Automatic Argumentations of Ontology Instances,
    Presented at the 1st European Semantic Web Symposium,Greece, 2004
  82. C. Lamsfus, G. Karagiannis, S. Sotiropoulou, H. Eskudero, G. Marcos, M.T. Linaza and S. Daniilia, The art-E-fact ontology: a possible contribution to CIDOC CRM,
    Presented at the CIDOC SIG Conference 2004
  83. Xavier Agenjo, De las bibliotecas virtuales a las ontologías y webs semánticas,
  84. Rimvydas Lauþikas, Kultûros paveldo skaitmeninimas:integralaus trimaèio erdvës ir laiko tezauro modelis,
    in INFORMATION SCIENCES, 2004, Vol. 31, pp.105-123
  85. Terry Vendlinski, David Niemi, Jia Wang,
    Learning Assessment by Designing Assessments: An On-line Formative Assessment Design Tool, 2004
  86. Kim H. Veltman, Towards New Cultural Histories in a Networked World,
    EVA Moscow, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, 1-5 December 2003
  87. Addis, M., Boniface, M., Goodall, S., Grimwood, P., Kim, S., Lewis, P., Martinez, K. and Stevenson, A., SCULPTEUR: Towards a New Paradigm for Multimedia Museum Information Handling
    In Proceedings of Semantic Web ISWC 2870, pages 582 -596, November 2003
  88. Mourkoussis, N., White, M., Patel, M., Chmielewski, J., Walczak, K., AMS-Metadata for Cultural Exhibitions using Virtual Reality,
    DC-2003 Proceedings of the International DCMI Metadata Conference and Workshop, 29 September - 2 Oct, 2003
  89. Allen Renear and David Dubin, Towards Identity Conditions for Digital Documents,
    Published in the Dublin Core 2003 conference proceedings, October 2003
  90. Geert de Haan, The Design of I-Mass as a Tool for Interacting with Cultural Heritage. Tools for Digital Interaction, Int. Symposium on ICT 03, 24-26 Sept 2003, Dublin, Ireland.
  91. Michael Day, Preservation metadata initiatives: practicality, sustainability, and interoperability,
    in: Frank M. Bischoff, Hans Hofman and Seamus Ross, (Hrsg.), Metadata in preservation: selected papers from an ERPANET Seminar at the Archives School Marburg, 3-5 September 2003
  92. Gouveia Feliz, Sergio Lira, Document Management and Information System at the Hat Industry Museum: using the CIDOC's CRM,
    CIDOC/ADIT-2003, September 2003
  93. Jose Borbinha, Authority Control in the World of Metadata,
    E-prints in Library and Information Science, 18 July 2003
  94. M. Addis, F. Giorgini, P. Lewis, K. Martinez, Content and concept-based retrieval and navigation tools in Sculpteur
    In Proceedings of EVA London 2003, University College, London, July 2003
  95. Maximilian Schich, Datenbanken in den Geisteswissenschaften, Arbeitsgespräch in der Bibliotheca Hertziana,
    Rome 18 june 2003
  96. Millard, D. E., Alani, H., Kim, S., Weal, M. J., Lewis, P., Hall, W., De Roure, D. and Shadbolt, N., Generating Adaptive Hypertext Content from the Semantic Web,
    In Proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Hypermedia and the Semantic Web, Nottingham, UK, July 2003
  97. Geert de Haan, Design for Global Access to Cultural Heritage,
    The 2nd BCS HCI Group Workshop on Culture and HCI, 18 June 2003, Greenwicht, UK
  98. Sven Strömqvist, Juergen Renn, Elisabeth Kieven, Peter Wittenburg, Dimitri
    Karadimas, State-of-the-art review on humanities, social sciences, and cultural heritage knowledgebases,
    June 2003
  99. Jon Holmen, Christian-Emil Ore, Oyvind Eide, Documenting two histories at once: Digging into archaeology, 2003
    In Proceeding of CAA 2003, 8 -12 April 2003
  100. Jane Hunter, Bevan Koopman, Jane Sledge, Software Tools for Indigenous Knowledge Management,
    Presented at the Museums and the Web 2003 Conference , March 2003,
  101. J. Hunter, Enhancing the Semantic Interoperability of Multimedia through a Core Ontology,
    IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, Special Issue on Conceptual and Dynamical Aspects of Multimedia Content Description, Feb 2003
  102. Françoise Bourdon, Modelling authority data for libraries, archives and museums: a project in progress at AFNOR,
    Presented at the international conference Authority Control, Definition and International Experience, 10-12 February 2003
  103. L.A. Kalinichenko, M. Missikoff, F. Schiappelli, N. Skvortsov Ontological Modeling,
    Proceedings of the 5th Russian Conference on Digital Libraries RCDL2003, St.-Petersburg, Russia, 2003
  104. Anne van Camp, RLG Where Museums, Libraries and Archives Intersect,
    LIBER 2003
  105. Alani, H., Kim, S., Millard, D. E., Weal, M. J., Lewis, P. H., Hall, W. and Shadbolt, N. R., Automatic Extraction of Knowledge from Web Documents
    In Proceedings of 2nd International Semantic Web Conference - Workshop on Human Language Technology for the Semantic Web abd Web Services, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA, 2003
  106. Patrick Le Bouf, Le modèle CRM pour la documentation muséographique : s'attacher au sens pour n'être pas piégé par la forme,
    Adbs, 2003
  107. Susanne Kurz, Torsten Schaßan, Manfred Thaller, DEER and Digital Autonomous Cultural Objects: A Demonstrator for ECultureNet
  108. Jane Hunter, MetaNet - A Metadata Term Thesaurus to Enable Semantic Interoperability Between Metadata Domains,
    Journal of Digital Information, Volume 1 Issue 8, August 2002
  109. David Bearman, Jennifer Trant, Issues in Structuring Knowledge and Services for Universal Access to Online Science and Culture,
    Nobel Symposium (NS 120), “Virtual Museums and Public Understanding of Science and Culture”, 26-29 May 2002, Stockholm, Sweden
  110. Sergio Lira, Feliz Gouveia, Susana Menezes, A Conceptual approach for Non-Material Heritage: the Case of the Hat Industry,
    ICOM/CIDOC 2002, Porto Alegre, Brazil
  111. Gregory Karvounarakis, Sofia Alexaki, Vassilis Christophides, Dimitris Plexousakis, Michel Scholl, RQL: A Declarative Query Language for RDF,
    Proceedings of the 11th international World Wide Web Conference, 7-11 May 2002
  112. Jane Hunter, Combining the CIDOC CRM and MPEG-7 to Describe Multimedia in Museums.
    Presented at Museums and the WEB 2002 Conference, 20 April 2002
  113. Amann, C. Beeri, I. Fundulaki and M. Scholl, Ontology-Based Integration of XML Web Resources,
    In Intl. Semantic Web Conference 2002 (ISWC 2002), 2002
  114. Daniel V. Pitti, Advanced Technology and the History of the Book,
    Digital Access to Book Trade Archives, The Hague, 2002
  115. Kavakli, V., A Knowledge - Oriented View of Web Technology Adoption in Museums,
    Presented at the 5th Hellenic European Research on Computer Mathematics & its Applications Conference (HERCMA 2001), E.A. Lipitakis (ed.), LEA Publishers, Athens, Greece, 2002
  116. Øyvind Eide, Jon Holmen, Lars-Jørgen Tvedt, The name of the place : towards a model for interconnection of geographical entities, ALLC / ACH 2002
  117. Gabriele Scali, Flavio Tariffi, Beyond the multimedia database concept: a Cultural Heritage-specific Application Server,
  118. S. Kim, H. Alani, W. Hall, P.H. Lewis, D.E. Millard, N.R. Shadbolt, M.J. Weal, Artequakt: Generating Tailored Biographies with Automatically Annotated Fragments from the Web,
    In Proceedings of the Workshop on the Semantic Authoring, Annotation & Knowledge Markup conjunction with the Fifteen European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2002
  119. Knoll, Adolf, Prepodklady mozneho technickeho riesenia virtualneho spristupnenia kulturneho dedicstva,
    In: Kniznica. Revue pre knihovnictvo, bibliografiu, kniznu kulturu, informacne systemy a technologie, biografistiku, archiv a muzeum knihy a literarnych pamiatok. Martin, Slovenska narodna kniznica, Roc. 3. 2002
  120. Edward Grabczewski, John Cosmas, Peter Van Santen, Damian Green, Takebumi Itagaki, Fred Weimer, 3D MURALE: Multimedia Database System Architecture,
    Proceedings of the 2001 Conference on Virtual Reality, Archeology, and Cultural Heritage, 28-30 November 2001
  121. Carl Lagoze, Jane Hunter, The ABC Ontology and Model,
    Journal of Digital Information, Volume 2 Issue 2, November 2001
  122. Geert-Jan Koot, Museum Librarians as Information Strategists,
    INSPEL 35(2001)4, pp. 248-258
  123. Gabriele Scali, Flavio Tariffi: Bridging the Collection Management System - Multimedia Exhibition Divide: A New Architecture for Modular Museum Systems,
    ICHIM (1), september 2001
  124. J. Hunter, Adding Multimedia to the Semantic Web - Building an MPEG-7 Ontology,
    Presented at the International Semantic Web Working Symposium (SWWS), Stanford, 30 July - 1 August 2001
  125. Jane Hunter, Carl Lagoze, Combining RDF and XML Schemas to Enhance Interoperability Between Metadata Application Profiles,
    In Proceedings of The Tenth International World Wide Web Conference, May 1-5, 2001, Hong Kong
  126. Warwick Cathro, Smashing the Silos: Towards Convergence in Information Management and Resource Discovery,
    Presented at the Information Orienteering Conference, Canberra 5 April 2001
  127. Carl Lagoze, Keeping Dublin Core Simple,
    D-Lib Magazine, January 2001
  128. John Cosmas, Take Itegaki, Damian Green, Edward Grabczewski, Fred Weimer, Luc Van Gool, Alexy Zalensy, Desi Vanrintel, Franz Leberl, Markus Grabner, Konrad Karner, Michael Gervautz, Stefan Hynst, Marc Waelkens, Marc Pollefeys, Roland DeGeest, Robert Sablatnig, Martin Kampel, 3D Murale: A Multimedia System for Archaeology,
    Proceedings of the 2001 Conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 2001
  129. B. Amann, C. Beeri, I. Fundulaki, M. Scholl et A.-M. Vercoustre, Rewriting Tree Queries into XPath Expressions,
    In Bases de Données Avancées, 2001
  130. Angela Spinazze, MIDIIS Project Description, 2001
  131. C. Lagoze., J. Hunter, and D. Brickley, An Event-Aware Model for Metadata Interoperability,
    Presented at the 4th European Conference, ECDL 2000.September, 2000. Lisbon
  132. Jane Hunter, Darren James, The Application of an Event-Aware Metadata Model to an Online Oral History Archive,
    Presented at the 4th European Conference, ECDL 2000.September, 2000. Lisbon
  133. Vassil Vassilev, Ivan Stoev, Bisserka Gaydarska, Stefan Alexandrov, Georgi Nehrizov, Mihail Vaklinov, Museum Information Systems: CIDOC Data Model Implementation in the ArchTerra Project,
    Bollettino Del Cilea, Volume 69, 1999

The following is a list of presentations that have come to our attention and mention the CIDOC CRM. Visitors to this page are kindly invited to inform us of any other presentations they are aware of. Please mail Dimitris Angelakis.

  1. Richard Smiraglia, Knowledge Sharing and Content Genealogy: Extending the "Works" Model as a Metaphor for Non-Documentary Artifacts With Case Studies of Etruscan Artifacts
  2. Patrick Le Boeuf, Using an ontology-driven system to integrate museum information and library information
    Presented on the occasion of the Symposium on Digital Semantic Content across Cultures, Paris, the Louvre, 4-5 May 2006
  3. Maja Zumer, Patrick Le Boeuf, Conceptual models: museums & libraries towards an object-oriented formulation of FRBR aligned on the CIDOC CRM ontology
  4. Jyrki Simovaara, Finnish Memory Institutions and Ontologies
  5. Christoph Schüßler, Udo Pielke, Metadaten-Standards für Museen
  6. Conal Tuohy, Topic Maps @ NZETC
  7. Chunxia Zhang, Cungen Cao, Fang Gu, Jinxin Si, A Domain-Specific Formal Ontology for Archaeological Knowledge Sharing and Reusing
  8. G. Hopmans, P. Braspenning, P. Kruijsen, Advanced Intelligent Services for Cities with Cultural Heritage Institutions
  9. Lars Jørgen Tvedt, Eining for digital dokumentasjon
  10. David Bearman Jennifer Trant, Cultural Institutions in a Networked Environment
  11. Ya-ning Chen, Shu-jiun Chen, Metadata Lifecycle Model and Metadata Interoperability
  12. Glenn E. Patton, FRAR: Extending FRBR Concepts to Authority Data
  13. Sebastian Rahtz, Norman Walsh, Lou Burnard, A unified model for text markup: TEI, Docbook, and beyond
  14. Doug Tudhope, Knowledge Organisation Systems
  15. Hamish Cunningham, Where the Web Went Wrong
  16. Patrick Le Boeuf, "Convergence is the Goal ": Activity Report of the IFLA FRBR/CIDOC CRM Harmonization Group
  17. Bridget Robinson, Thinking collectively: resource disclosure through collection - level description
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