Construction semi-automatique d'une ontologie sur des manuscrits ouest sahariens

Abstract : As more efforts are performed to digitize Western Saharan manuscripts, for preserving the memory they represent, the need to be able to work on these digitized materials naturally grows. Beyond cataloguing, an ontology is the basis to provide to researchers new tools for retrieving and integrating these knowledge sources. In this paper, we present the design of OMOS, an ontology describing Western Saharan manuscripts. We illustrate each step, from expert interviews and local resources analysis to the alignment with well-established reference ontologies, including an automatic enrichment from existing thesaurus.
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Mohamed Lamine Diakité, Béatrice Bouchou Markhoff. Construction semi-automatique d'une ontologie sur des manuscrits ouest sahariens. IC2015, Jun 2015, Rennes, France. ⟨hal-01169113⟩



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