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The Port History Ontology

  • Bruno RohouEmail author
  • Sylvain Laube
  • Serge Garlatti
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 767)

Abstract

This paper presents a reference ontology, called PHO (Port History Ontology) as an outcome of a multidisciplinary research project in the field of Digital Humanities (History of Science and Technology or HST) and knowledge engineering. The PHO ontology is mainly based on the HST-PORT model representing the spatio-temporal evolution of ports (from digital Humanities) and the specialization of the CIDOC-CRM ontology. To ensure genericity and reusability, our ontology relies on case studies in comparative history of the ports of Brest (France), Mar del Plata and Rosario (Argentina).

Keywords

History of science and technology Ontologies CIDOC-CRM DOLCE Lite 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Centre F. Viete (EA 1161)Université Bretagne OccidentaleBrestFrance
  2. 2.IMT Atlantique, Lab-STICCUniv. Bretagne LoireBrestFrance

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