Harmonized EDM-CRM-FRBRoo - Integration of EDM-DC-ORE-CRM-FRBR_Integration
NO MAP for CRM P37,38,81,82,83,84,86,88,89, 113-122,132,133,139: because out of scope of EDM and DC.
P127 maps to SKOS
Keywords: EDM,DC,ORE, CIDOC CRM, FRBRoo
The Europeana (European Digital Library) currently finalizes its schema for the next release to be implemented in 2011 the so-called EDM Model. EDM includes some concepts from ORE and from Dublin Core. It denotes its own namespace as ens:. It includes in its own namespace a series of concepts from the CIDOC CRM and generalizations over CIDOC CRM concept for the purpose of highly general queries against a large body of data. We have created in a graphical form a first draft of a mapping from CRM-FRBRoo to EDM and the Dublin Core properties it reuses. This mapping is complete - except for some CRM properties about structuring time and space EDM does not deal with or has not developed yet.
The document  describes the mapping of the DC-types to the CIDOC CRM version 4.2.2. It's a Technical Report for DELOS WP5-Task 5.5. "Ontology Driven Interoperability", January 2007. The mapping of the DC-types to the CIDOC CRM version 4.2.2. was aslo presented at: C. Kakali, I. Lourdi, T. Stasinopoulou, L. Bountouri, C. Papatheodorou, M. Doerr, M. Gergatsoulis, "Integrating Dublin Core Metadata for Cultural Heritage Collections Using Ontologies, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, DC-2007, Singapore, August 2007, pp. 128-139. This paper also presents a mapping from the Dublin Core Collection Application Profile (DCCAP) to CRM.
The document  describes the mapping of the The Dublin Core Element set to the CIDOC CRM version 2.3 and the Agios Pavlos extensions.
The following documents describe the mapping of LIDO-Lightweight Information Describing Objects v0.7 to the CIDOC CRM v5.0.1.
Mapping LIDO v0.7 to CIDOC-CRM v5.0.1(xml)
The following document describes the mapping of the The AMICO data model to the CIDOC CRM version 3.0 and the Agios Pavlos extensions. It's a technical report for FORTH-ICS/TR-288, June 2000
The Arachne project in Cologne is mapping archaeology data to the CIDOC-CRM.
The document  describes an updated version of the mapping of the EAD to the CIDOC CRM version 4.2.2. It is the thechnical report of DELOS WP5-Task 5.5 "Ontology Driven Interoperability". It was also presented in Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries, ICADL-2007, Hanoi, Vietnam, December 2007, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) No. 4822: Springer-Verlag, 2007, pp. 165-175. It is available at .
The document  describes the mapping of the The EAD to the CIDOC CRM version 3.0 and the Agios Pavlos extensions.
The following documents contain a mapping from the UNIMARC Bibliographic format (2nd edition Update 4 2002) to the semantic model CIDOC CRM (version 4.0 April 2004).
The following document describes transformations of sample data of the Science Museum of London to the CIDOC CRM.