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BIBFRAME and Linked Data practices for the stewardship of research knowledge

Abstract : This article considers need for more visible, available, accessible, innovative and shared bibliographic data in the internet age and the subsequent benefits of these transformations for galleries, libraries, archives and museums. Recent and ongoing research and development activities in the following fields are explored: entity identification, reconciliation, data enrichment, MARC records enriched with URIs, conversion to RDF, creation of relationship criteria for the improved identification of entities and a knowledge base of clusters that uses the paradigms of the semantic web. These improvements are discussed in the context of the BIBFRAME (Bibliographic Framework Initiative) data model and associated projects such as SHARE-VDE. The aim of the article is to outline current and future research and development activities in collaboration with the library community concerning the dissemination and discoverability of bibliographic data and research knowledge.
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Michele Casalini. BIBFRAME and Linked Data practices for the stewardship of research knowledge. DH. Opportunities and Risks. Connecting Libraries and Research, DARIAH, Aug 2017, Berlin, Germany. ⟨hal-01636351⟩



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