From the web of bibliographic data to the web of bibliographic meaning: structuring, interlinking and validating ontologies on the semantic web Online publication date:: Wed, 08-Jul-2020
by Helena Simões Patrício; Maria Inês Cordeiro; Pedro Nogueira Ramos
International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies (IJMSO), Vol. 14, No. 2, 2020
Abstract: Bibliographic data sets have revealed good levels of technical interoperability observing the principles and good practices of linked data. However, they have a low level of quality from the semantic point of view, due to many factors: lack of a common conceptual framework for a diversity of standards often used together, reduced number of links between the ontologies underlying data sets, proliferation of heterogeneous vocabularies, underuse of semantic mechanisms in data structures, "ontology hijacking" (Feeney et al., 2018), point-to-point mappings, as well as limitations of semantic web languages for the requirements of bibliographic data interoperability. After reviewing such issues, a research direction is proposed to overcome the misalignments found by means of a reference model and a superontology, using Shapes Constraint Language (SHACL) to solve current limitations of RDF languages.
Online publication date:: Wed, 08-Jul-2020
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