A linked open data service and portal for pre-modern manuscript research

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A linked open data service and portal for pre-modern manuscript research. / Hyvönen, Eero; Ikkala, Esko; Tuominen, Jouni; Koho, Mikko; Burrows, Toby; Ransom, Lynn; Wijsman, Hanno.

In: CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol. 2364, 17.05.2019, p. 220-229.

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title = "A linked open data service and portal for pre-modern manuscript research",
abstract = "This paper presents a Linked Open Data publishing model for aggregating data from heterogeneous, distributed pre-modern manuscript databases into a global, harmonized data model and service. Our research hypothesis is that on top of the global data service based on ontologies and well-defined semantics, tools and applications can be created for solving novel research problems in manuscript studies using Digital Humanities methods. First results in implementing such a system in the international Mapping Manuscript Migrations project are described with lessons learned discussed in dealing with complex and imperfect historical data.",
author = "Eero Hyv{\"o}nen and Esko Ikkala and Jouni Tuominen and Mikko Koho and Toby Burrows and Lynn Ransom and Hanno Wijsman",
year = "2019",
month = "5",
day = "17",
language = "English",
volume = "2364",
pages = "220--229",
journal = "CEUR WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS",
issn = "1613-0073",
publisher = "RWTH Aachen University",

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AU - Hyvönen, Eero

AU - Ikkala, Esko

AU - Tuominen, Jouni

AU - Koho, Mikko

AU - Burrows, Toby

AU - Ransom, Lynn

AU - Wijsman, Hanno

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AB - This paper presents a Linked Open Data publishing model for aggregating data from heterogeneous, distributed pre-modern manuscript databases into a global, harmonized data model and service. Our research hypothesis is that on top of the global data service based on ontologies and well-defined semantics, tools and applications can be created for solving novel research problems in manuscript studies using Digital Humanities methods. First results in implementing such a system in the international Mapping Manuscript Migrations project are described with lessons learned discussed in dealing with complex and imperfect historical data.

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