Linked Data per le edizioni scientifiche digitali. Il workflow di pubblicazione dell’edizione semantica del quaderno di appunti di Paolo Bufalini
Keywords:TEI, Linked Open Data, Ontologies, Digital scholarly editions, Semantic publishing
Digital Scholarly Editions (DSE) are a powerful tool for disseminating cultural heritage. As long as Semantic Web technologies become a de facto standard for disseminating cultural heritage data, DSE are a missing bit that must be integrated in the LOD Cloud. Despite a number of standards are in place for exchanging data about encoded texts (XML/TEI, noSQL database, RESTful API), a number of key elements are missing, namely: (1) a comprehensive workflow for publishing DSE as knowledge graphs, (2) data models for identifying concepts and relationships characterising DSE, and (3) a cost-benefit analysis of the usage of such technologies. In this paper we present the proof-of-concept DSE of Paolo Bufalini's notebook so as to address, discuss, and evaluate aforementioned issues.
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