Zeri e LODE
: Extracting the Zeri photo archive to Linked Open Data: formalizing the conceptual model

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This paper presents the first steps of a project to convert the notable Italian "Zeri photo archive" to a linked and open dataset. The full project entails the analysis of the records description model (Scheda F) in order to define a suitable ontology by exploring existing data models, the creation of the RDF triple store, the creation of links to the cloud, and the definition of the user interface for browsing the linked open dataset. This paper presents and discusses the conceptual modeling of the data stored in the Zeri archival database.

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<ul><li> 1. Zeri e LODE Extracting the Zeri photo archive to Linked Open Data: formalizing the conceptual model Ciro Mattia Gonano ciromattia@gmail.com Francesca Mambelli francesca.mambelli6@unibo.it Silvio Peroni silvio.peroni@unibo.it Francesca Tomasi francesca.tomasi@unibo.it Fabio Vitali fabio@cs.unibo.it Digital Libraries 2014 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2014) International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL 2014) London, 8th-12th September 2014 Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ </li> <li> 2. Summary The Zeri Photo Archive Zeris legacy Zeri Foundation Zeri e LODE project F Entry Ontology Main ontological entities Examples and queries Mapping to CIDOC-CRM Conclusions </li> <li> 3. The Zeri Photo Archive </li> <li> 4. Federico Zeri Federico Zeri (August 21, 1921 - October 5, 1998) was an Italian art historian, and a specialist in Italian Renaissance painting During his life, he collected 290,000 photographs of artworks and monuments, that he organised, expanded and improved throughout his entire career creating one of the most important photo collection in the world on art history Federico Zeri considered the photo archive a fundamental tool for studying as well as for philological analysis of the artworks Complex cross-reference system, in the form of handwritten and printed annotations on the photos provenance attributions restoration </li> <li> 5. Federico Zeri Federico Zeri (August 21, 1921 - October 5, 1998) was an Italian art historian, and a specialist in Italian Renaissance painting During his life, he collected 290,000 photographs of artworks and monuments, that he organised, expanded and improved throughout his entire career creating one of the most important photo collection in the world on art history Federico Zeri considered the photo archive a fundamental tool for studying as well as for philological analysis of the artworks Complex cross-reference system, in the form of handwritten and printed annotations on the photos provenance attributions restoration An example of some metadata written on a photograph of Mona Lisa http://www.fondazionezeri.unibo.it/foto/80000/78800/78415.jpg (Ed.ni Brogi) 19637. PARIGI. Museo del Louvre. Testa della Gioconda; Leonardo da Vinci. (Riprod. interdetta). </li> <li> 6. Federico Zeri Federico Zeri (August 21, 1921 - October 5, 1998) was an Italian art historian, and a specialist in Italian Renaissance painting During his life, he collected 290,000 photographs of artworks and monuments, that he organised, expanded and improved throughout his entire career creating one of the most important photo collection in the world on art history Federico Zeri considered the photo archive a fundamental tool for studying as well as for philological analysis of the artworks Complex cross-reference system, in the form of handwritten and printed annotations on the photos provenance attributions restoration (Ed.ni Brogi) 19637. PARIGI. Museo del Louvre. Testa della Gioconda; Leonardo da Vinci. (Riprod. interdetta). author of the id location of the artwork subject of the author of the permissions photograph (city) (building) photograph artwork An example of some metadata written on a photograph of Mona Lisa http://www.fondazionezeri.unibo.it/foto/80000/78800/78415.jpg Brogi 19637 Paris Louvre Museum Mona Lisas head Leonardo da Vinci Not to be reproduced </li> <li> 7. The Zeri Photo Archive Federico Zeri Foundation (http://www.fondazionezeri.unibo.it/) constituted in 2002 focus: make accessible to scholars and students all Zeris photographs by cataloguing, digitalising and making them available online Cataloguing, issues: to adopt an entry that was compatible with national catalographic standards issued by the Italian Cultural Heritage Ministry and structured to respect the specificity and organisation of the Zeri Library to save and standardise all the levels of information on the photographs, combined with that of conveying the hierarchical structure of the Zeri Library </li> <li> 8. Scheda F Each record includes two primary catalogue units: one describing the photograph (Scheda F, or F Entry in English) the other describing the artwork represented in such photograph (Scheda OA, or OA Entry in English) These two entries and their connections give rise to a symmetrical database that allows two-sided research by users and transversal navigation Scheda F is a standard of the Italian Central Institute for Cataloging and Documentation, and allows us to record: photographer chronology of the positive place and date of the shot location and classification of the photo previous locations of the photo technical data of the photograph editing and publishing copyright codes subject title state of preservation </li> <li> 9. Scheda F Each record includes two primary catalogue units: one describing the photograph (Scheda F, or F Entry in English) the other describing the artwork represented in such photograph (Scheda OA, or OA Entry in English) These two entries and their connections give rise to a symmetrical database that allows two-sided research by users and transversal navigation Scheda F is a standard of the Italian Central Institute for Cataloging and Documentation, and allows us to record: photographer chronology of the positive place and date of the shot location and classification of the photo previous locations of the photo technical data of the photograph editing and publishing copyright codes subject title state of preservation An excerpt of the XML exportation of a Scheda F of a photograph included in the Zeri Foundations Library 1123211272534927Fototeca ZeriPittura italiana0146Pittura italiana sec. XV. Firenze. Beato ! Angelico: tavole minori, affreschi1Beato Angelico: piccoli tritticiPI_0146/1/12Giudizio Universale, Ascensione di Cristo, ! Pentecostedipinto! ! ! </li> <li> 10. Scheda F Each record includes two primary catalogue units: one describing the photograph (Scheda F, or F Entry in English) the other describing the artwork represented in such photograph (Scheda OA, or OA Entry in English) These two entries and their connections give rise to a symmetrical database that allows two-sided research by users and transversal navigation Scheda F is a standard of the Italian Central Institute for Cataloging and Documentation, and allows us to record: photographer chronology of the positive place and date of the shot location and classification of the photo previous locations of the photo technical data of the photograph editing and publishing copyright codes subject title state of preservation An excerpt of the XML exportation of a Scheda F of a photograph included in the Zeri Foundations Library 1123211272534927Fototeca ZeriPittura italiana0146Pittura italiana sec. XV. Firenze. Beato ! Angelico: tavole minori, affreschi1Beato Angelico: piccoli tritticiPI_0146/1/12Giudizio Universale, Ascensione di Cristo, ! Pentecostedipinto! ! ! The Scheda F as shown in the Zeri Foundation website </li> <li> 11. Zeri e LODE project from DB to LOD The project is organised in 4 steps: Zeri Foundation database </li> <li> 12. Zeri e LODE project from DB to LOD Zeri Foundation database F Entry Ontology OA Entry Ontology Create the ontology from E/R model and data in DB The project is organised in 4 steps: 1. Developing ontologies for Scheda F and Scheda OA </li> <li> 13. Zeri e LODE project from DB to LOD Zeri Foundation database F Entry Ontology OA Entry Ontology Create the ontology from E/R model and data in DB SPARs F R B R PROV-O FaBiO use entities defined in The project is organised in 4 steps: 1. Developing ontologies for Scheda F and Scheda OA 1bis. Reuse existing models </li> <li> 14. Zeri e LODE project from DB to LOD Zeri Foundation database F Entry Ontology OA Entry Ontology Create the ontology from E/R model and data in DB Convert DB data into RDF according to the ontologies SPARs F R B R PROV-O FaBiO use entities defined in The project is organised in 4 steps: 1. Developing ontologies for Scheda F and Scheda OA 2. Data conversion into RDF 1bis. Reuse existing models </li> <li> 15. Zeri e LODE project from DB to LOD Zeri Foundation database F Entry Ontology OA Entry Ontology Create the ontology from E/R model and data in DB Convert DB data into RDF according to the ontologies Add links to LOD SPARs F R B R PROV-O FaBiO use entities defined in The project is organised in 4 steps: 1. Developing ontologies for Scheda F and Scheda OA 2. Data conversion into RDF 3. 1bis. Reuse existing models Publishing in LOD through RDF links </li> <li> 16. Zeri e LODE project from DB to LOD Zeri Foundation database F Entry Ontology OA Entry Ontology Create the ontology from E/R model and data in DB Convert DB data into RDF according to the ontologies Add links to LOD Create a responsive website based on a public faceted user interface for browsing RDF data Different devices for browsing SPARs F R B R PROV-O FaBiO use entities defined in The project is organised in 4 steps: 1. Developing ontologies for Scheda F and Scheda OA 2. Data conversion into RDF 3. Publishing in LOD through RDF links 4. Developing smart applications that use such data for real 1bis. Reuse existing models </li> <li> 17. F Entry Ontology (FEO) </li> <li> 18. F Entry Ontology Available at http://www.essepuntato.it/2014/03/fentry SAMOD outcomes: ontology source documentation examples of usage exemplar queries Reuse of ontologies FRBR: describes online library catalogues and bibliographic databases from a users perspective FaBiO: it allows us to record and publish on the Semantic Web bibliographic records of scholarly endeavours and other cultural object PROV-O: used to represent and interchange provenance information generated in different systems and under different contexts SAMOD methodology is available at http://www.essepuntato.it/samod </li> <li> 19. F Entry Ontology Available at http://www.essepuntato.it/2014/03/fentry SAMOD outcomes: ontology source documentation examples of usage exemplar queries Reuse of ontologies FRBR: describes online library catalogues and bibliographic databases from a users perspective FaBiO: it allows us to record and publish on the Semantic Web bibliographic records of scholarly endeavours and other cultural object PROV-O: used to represent and interchange provenance information generated in different systems and under different contexts SAMOD methodology is available at http://www.essepuntato.it/samod </li> <li> 20. F Entry Ontology Available at http://www.essepuntato.it/2014/03/fentry SAMOD outcomes: ontology source documentation examples of usage exemplar queries Reuse of ontologies FRBR: describes online library catalogues and bibliographic databases from a users perspective FaBiO: it allows us to record and publish on the Semantic Web bibliographic records of scholarly endeavours and other cultural object PROV-O: used to represent and interchange provenance information generated in different systems and under different contexts SAMOD methodology is available at http://www.essepuntato.it/samod </li> <li> 21. F Entry Ontology Available at http://www.essepuntato.it/2014/03/fentry SAMOD outcomes: ontology source documentation examples of usage exemplar queries Reuse of ontologies FRBR: describes online library catalogues and bibliographic databases from a users perspective FaBiO: it allows us to record and publish on the Semantic Web bibliographic records of scholarly endeavours and other cultural object PROV-O: used to represent and interchange provenance information generated in different systems and under different contexts SAMOD methodology is available at http://www.essepuntato.it/samod </li> <li>...</li></ul>