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La présentation indique les contributions de cocandidats et de collaborateurs.

Abstracts from 2020-23 papers can be found here

Aalberg, Trond, Audun Vennesland, and Maliheh Farrokhnia. 2015. “A Pattern-Based Framework for Best Practice Implementation of CRM/FRBRoo.” In First International Workshop on Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage, 539:472–81. Communications in Computer and Information Science. Futuroscope, France: Springer International Publishing.

Abdallah, Samer, Emmanouil Benetos, Nicolas Gold, Steven Hargreaves, Tillman Weyde, and Daniel Wolff. 2017. “The Digital Music Lab: A Big Data Infrastructure for Digital Musicology.” Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage 10 (1):1–21.

Achichi, Manel, Pasquale Lisena, Konstantin Todorov, Raphäel Troncy, and Jean Delahousse. 2018. “DOREMUS: A Graph of Linked Musical Works.” In The Semantic Web – ISWC 2018, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 11137, edited by D. Vrandečić et al., 3–19, Cham: Springer.

Ahn, Luis von, and Laura Dabbish. 2004. “Labeling Images with a Computer Game.” In CHI ’04: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 319–26. Vienna, Austria: ACM Press.

Alatrish, Emhimed S. 2012. “Comparison of Ontology Editors.” eRAF Journal on Computing 4: 23–38.

Alemu, Getaneh, Brett Stevens, and Penny Ross. 2012. “Towards a Conceptual Framework for User‐driven Semantic Metadata Interoperability in Digital Libraries: A Social Constructivist Approach.” New Library World 113 (1/2). Emerald Group Publishing Limited:38–54.

Alemu, Getaneh, Brett Stevens, Penny Ross, and Jane Chandler. 2012. “Linked Data for Libraries: Benefits of a Conceptual Shift from Library‐specific Record Structures to RDF‐based Data Models.” New Library World 113 (11/12). Emerald Group Publishing Limited:549–70.

Aljalahmah, Saleh H., and Oksana L. Zavalina. 2021. “Information Representation and Knowledge Organization in Cultural Heritage Institutions in Arabian Gulf: A Comparative Case Study.” Journal of Information & Knowledge Management 20 (4):24.

Allison-Cassin, Stacy. 2016. “A Scenes Approach to Metadata Models for Music.” Journal of Library Metadata 16 (3–4):181–201.

Amann, Bernd, Irini Fundulaki, and Michel Scholl. 2000. “Integrating Ontologies and Thesauri for RDF Schema Creation and Metadata Querying.” International Journal on Digital Libraries 3 (3):221–36.

Anderson, and Kim Christen. 2012. “Traditional Knowledge Licences and Labels.” Arts+Law Centre of Australia (blog). 2012.

Ansovini, Daniela, Kelli Babcock, Tanis Franco, Jiyun Alex Jung, Karen Suurtamm, and Alexandra Wong. 2022. “Knowledge Lost, Knowledge Gained: The Implications of Migrating to Online Archival Descriptive Systems.” KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies 6 (3):1–19.

Antoniou, Grigoris, and Fran Van Harmelen. 2008. Semantic Web Primer, 2^nd^ Edition. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Arnold, Matthias. 2022. “Multilingual Research Projects: Non-Latin Script Challenges for Making Use of Standards, Authority Files, and Character Recognition.” Digital Studies / Le Champ Numérique 12 (1):36.

Aslanidi, Maria, Aris Bazmadelis, and Arsinoi Ioannidou. 2021. “Faceted Vocabularies for Byzantine Music-Related Authority Metadata.” Powerpoint presented at the 2021 IAML Congress (in association with DLfM), Online.

Aslanidi, Maria, Ioannis Papadakis, and Michalis Stefanidakis. 2018. “Name and Title Authorities in the Music Domain: Alignment of UNIMARC Authorities Format with RDA.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 56 (4):354–73.

Atarashi, Ray, Takuro Sone, Yu Komohara, Manabu Tsukada, Takashi Kasuya, Hiraku Okumura, Masahiro Ikeda, and Hiroshi Esaki. 2018. “The Software Defined Media Ontology for Music Events.” In Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Semantic Applications for Audio and Music, 15–23. Monterey CA USA: ACM.

Ayala, Brenda Reyes, Qiufeng Du, and Juyi Han. 2022. “Detecting Content Drift on the Web Using Web Archives and Textual Similarity.” In Proceedings of the Workshops and Doctoral Consortium of the 26th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, 9. Padua, Italy: CEUR Workshop Proceedings.

Baca, Murtha. 2003. “Practical Issues in Applying Metadata Schemas and Controlled Vocabularies to Cultural Heritage Information.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 36 (3–4):47–55.

Baca, Murtha, and Melissa Gill. 2015. “Encoding Multilingual Knowledge Systems in the Digital Age: The Getty Vocabularies.” Knowledge Organization 42 (4): 232–243.

Bain, Jennifer. 2015. Hildegard of Bingen and Musical Reception: The Modern Revival of a Medieval Composer. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Balaji, Bharathan, Arka Bhattacharya, Gabriel Fierro, Jingkun Gao, Joshua Gluck, Dezhi Hong, Aslak Johansen, et al. 2016. “Brick: Towards a Unified Metadata Schema For Buildings.” In Proceedings of the 3rd ACM International Conference on Systems for Energy-Efficient Built Environments, 41–50. Palo Alto CA USA: ACM.

Berners-Lee, Tim, James Hendler, and Ora Lassila. 2001. “The Semantic Web.” Scientific American 284: 29–37.

Bianchini, Carlo, Stefano Bargioni, and Camillo Carlo Pellizzari di San Girolamo. 2021. “Beyond VIAF:” Information Technology and Libraries 40 (2):31.

Bigelow, Ian. 2022. “Conducting the Opera: The Evolution of the RDA Work to the Share-VDE Opus and BIBFRAME Hub.” In Linking Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, 335–50. Padua, Italy: Springer.

Billey, Amber, and Emily Drabinski. 2019. “Questioning Authority: Changing Library Cataloging Standards to Be More Inclusive to a Gender Identity Spectrum.” TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly 6 (1):117–23.

Biswas, Russa, Yiyi Chen, Heiko Paulheim, Harald Sack, and Mehwish Alam. 2022. “It’s All in the Name: Entity Typing Using Multilingual Language Models.” In Proceedings of The Semantic Web: ESWC 2022 Satellite Events, 13384:59–64. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Hersonlssos, Crete, Greece: Springer International Publishing.

Bizer, Christian, Tom Heath, and Tim Berners-Lee. 2009. “Linked Data: The Story so Far.” International Journal on Semantic Web an Information Systems 5 (3):1–22.

Boczar, Jason, Bonita Pollock, Xiying Mi, and Amanda Yeslibas. 2021. “Bridging the Gap.” Information Technology and Libraries 40 (4). Chicago, United States: American Library Association:1–15.

Boeuf, Patrick Le. 2012. “Towards Performing Arts Information As Linked Data?” In SIMBAS 2012 Conference, 13. London, England.

Bœuf, Patrick Le. 2012. “Modeling Rare and Unique Documents: Using FRBR OO /CIDOC CRM.” Journal of Archival Organization 10 (2):96–106.

Bonora, Paolo, and Angelo Pompilio. 2021. “Corago in LOD : The debut of an Opera repository into the Linked Data arena.” EUM-Edizioni Università di Macerata, 54–72.

Brisebois, Ronald, Alain Abran, and Apollinaire Nadembeg. 2017. “A Semantic Metadata Enrichment Software Ecosystem Based on Metadata and Affinity Models.” International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science 9 (8):1–13.

Brooke, Tony. 2014. “Descriptive Metadata In The Music Industry: Why It Is Broken And How To Fix It.” Journal of Digital Media Management 2 3:263–82.

Bulla, Luana, Maria Chiara Frangipane, Maria Letizia Mancinelli, Ludovica Marinucci, Misael Mongiovi, Margherita Porena, Valentina Presutti, and Chiara Veninata. 2022. “Developing and Aligning a Detailed Controlled Vocabulary for Artwork.” In New Trends in Database and Information Systems, 537–48. SWODCH: 2nd Workshop on Semantic Web and Ontology Design for Cultural Heritage. Turin, Italy: Springer.

Canning, Erin, Susan Brown, Sarah Roger, and Kimberley Martin. 2022. “The Power to Structure : Making Meaning from Metadata Through Ontologies.” KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies, Metadata as Knowledge, 6 (3):1–15.

Caplan, Priscilla, and Rebecca S. Guenther. 2005. “Practical Preservation: The PREMIS Experience.” Library Trends 54 (10): 111–124. doi:10.1353/lib.2006.0002.

Chamnongsri, Nisachol. 2019. “Metadata Standards for Palm Leaf Manuscripts in Asia.” In Metadata and Semantic Research, edited by Emmanouel Garoufallou, Fabio Sartori, Rania Siatri, and Marios Zervas, 242–54. Communications in Computer and Information Science. Limassol, Cyprus: Springer International Publishing.

Chan, Lois Mai, and Marcia Lei Zeng. 2006. “Metadata interoperability and standardization–a study of methodology Part I.” D-Lib magazine 12 (6).

Chen, Ya-Ning. 2015. “A RDF-Based Approach to Metadata Crosswalk for Semantic Interoperability at the Data Element Level.” Library Hi Tech 33 (2). Emerald Group Publishing Limited:175–94.

Choe, Souhwan, Yongtae Hwang, Sungkyun Chang, and Mikyoung Kim. 2011. “The Korean Traditional Music Ontology (KTMO) - An Ontology for the Korean Traditional Music Linked Data.” In Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Internet, 5. Malaysia.

Ciotti, Fabio, and Francesca Tomasi. 2016. “Formal Ontologies, Linked Data, and TEI Semantics.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative, no. Issue 9 (September). Text Encoding Initiative Consortium.

Clarke, Rachel Ivy, and Sayward Schoonmaker. 2019. “Metadata for Diversity: Identification and Implications of Potential Access Points for Diverse Library Resources.” Journal of Documentation 76 (1):173–96.

Cohen, Ahava. 2017. “Each of Us Has a Name : Creating a Multilingual, Multiscript National Authority Database.” Catalogue and Index 186:15–19.

Coladangelo, L P, and Lynn Ransom. 2021. “Semantic Enrichment of the Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts Name Authority through Wikidata.” In Metadata and Semantic Research, 1537:5. Virtual: Springer.

Corthaut, Nik, Sten Govaerts, Katrien Verbert, and Erik Duval. 2008. “Connecting the Dots: Music Metadata Generation, Schemas and Applications.” In Proceedings of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, 417–422. Vienna, Austria.

Coyle, Karen, and Diane Hillmann. 2007. “Resource Description and Access (RDA): Cataloging Rules for the 20th Century.” D-Lib Magazine 13 (1/2).

Craft, Anna R. 2019. “Local Name Authorities and Linked Data: The Landscape.” Serials Review 45 (1–2):61–65.

Crocken, Todd, Annie Wu, Leroy Vallejo, Andrew Weidner, Santi Thompson, and Sean Watkins. 2019. “Strategies and Tools for Metadata Migration Analysis and Harmonization.” In DC-2019–The Seoul, South Korea Proceedings, 5. Seoul, South Korea.

Crompton, Jim. 2008. “Putting the FOCUS on Data.” Keynote talk at the W3C Workshop on Semantic Web in Oil & Gas Industry. Houston, TX, United States.

Coyle, Karen, and Diane Hillmann. 2007. “Resource Description and Access (RDA): Cataloguing Rules for the 20th Century.” D-Lib Magazine 13 (1/2).

Cumming, Julie. 1999. The Motet in the Age of Du Fay. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Cumming, Julie. 2012. “Text Setting and Imitative Technique in Petrucci’s First Five Motet Prints.” In The Motet around 1500: On the Relationship of Imitation and Text Treatment, edited by T. Schmidt-Beste, 63–90. Turnhout: Brepols.

Cui, Wen, Leanne Rolston, Marilyn Walker, and Beth Ann Hockey. 2022. “OpenEL: An Annotated Corpus for Entity Linking and Discourse in Open Domain Dialogue.” In Proceedings of the 13th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2022), 12. Marseille, France: European Language Resources Association (ELRA).

Dagher, Iman, and Denise Soufi. 2021. “Authority Control of Arabic Personal Names: RDA and Beyond.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 59 (2–3):260–80.

Dal Farra, Ricardo. 2023. “Part of Computer Music History… (Trust Me, Latin America Has Always Been There!).” Computer Music Journal, March, 1–17.

Day, Jo, and Nicholas L. Wright. 2015. “TEACHING AN OLD DOG NEW TRICKS: UCD’S ROMAN COINS IN THE DIGITAL AGE.” Archaeology Ireland 29 (2). Wordwell Ltd.:24–25.

De Uña, Diego, Nataliia Rümmele, Graeme Gange, Peter Schachte, and Peter J. Stuckey. 2018. “Machine Learning and Constraint Programming for Relational-To-Ontology Schema Mapping.” In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligenc, 1277–1283.

Declerck, Thierry, Thomas Troelsgård, and Sussi Olsen. 2023. “Towards an RDF Representation of the Infrastructure Consisting in Using Wordnets as a Conceptual Interlingua between Multilingual Sign Language Datasets.” In Proceedings of the Global WordNet Conference 2023, 8. Donostia / San Sebastian, Basque Country.

Deng, Sai. 2018. “Linked Data in the Library & OpenRefine.” Powerpoint presented at the Stay Savvy with Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Lunch, Orlando, Florida, USA, August 9.

Deng, Sai. 2023. “Linked Data, Wikidata and Their Implementations.” Powerpoint presented at the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) Major Collaborative Archives Initiative Grant, University of Central Florida, March 8.

Deng, Sai, Greta Heng, Amanda Xu, Lihong Zhu, and Xiaoli Li. 2022. “Enhance the Discovery and Interoperability of Culturally Rich Information: The Chinese Women Poets WikiProject.” Poster presented at the The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) Annual Conference 2022, Washington DC, United States, June 25.

Dias, Mariana, and Carla Teixeira Lopes. 2022. “Mining Typewritten Digital Representations to Support Archival Description.” In Proceedings of the Workshops and Doctoral Consortium of the 26th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, 6. Padua, Italy: CEUR Workshop Proceedings.

Doan, AnHai, and Alon Y. Halevy. 2005. “Semantic Integration Research in the Database Community: A Brief Survey.” AI Magazine 26 (1): 83–94.

Dobreski, Brian, Jaihyun Park, Alicia Leathers, and Jian Qin. 2019. “Remodeling Archival Metadata Descriptions for Linked Archives.” In Proc. Int’l Conf. on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2019, 11. Seoul, South Korea.

Dobriy, Daniil, and Axel Polleres. 2022. “Analysing and Promoting Ontology Interoperability in Wikibase.” In Wikidata ’22: Wikidata Workshop at ISWC 2022, 7. Online.

Doerr, Martin. 2001. “The CIDOC CRM: An Ontological Approach to Semantic Interoperability of Metadata.” AI Magazine 24 (3): 75–92.

Doerr, Martin, and Chryssoula Bekiari. 2008. “FRBROO, A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR PERFORMING ARTS.” In 2008 Annual Conference of CIDOC, 15. Athens, Greece.

Doerr, Martin, Stefan Gradmann, Steffen Hennicke, Antoine Issac, Carlo Meghini, and Herbet van de Sompel. 2010. “The European Data Model (EDM).” In 76th IFLA General Conference and Assembly, 12. Information Technology, Cataloguing, Classification and Indexing with Knowledge Management. Gothenburg, Sweden: World Library and Information Congress.

Doub, Bolton. 2022. “Documenting a Move Using Archival Description: Tools for Bridging the Gaps Between Physical and Intellectual Control.” Journal of Western Archives 13 (1):19.

Dragisic, Zlatan, Valentina Ivanova, Patrick Lambrix, Daniel Faria, Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz, and Catia Pesquita. 2016. “User Validation in Ontology Alignment.” In Proceedings of the International Semantic Web Conference, 200–217. Kobe, Japan.

Jon W. Dunn, Jon W., Donald Byrd, Mark Notess, Jenn Riley, Ryan Scherle. 2006. “Variations2: Retrieving and Using Music in an Academic Setting.” Communications of the ACM 49 (8): 53–58.

Dunsire, Gordon, Corey Harper, Diane Hillmann, and Jon Phipps. 2012. “Linked Data Vocabulary Management: Infrastructure Support, Data Integration, and Interoperability.” Information Standards Quarterly 24 (2/3):4.

Eid, Sherine. 2019. “Library Metadata Standards and Linked Data Services: An Introduction to Arab and International Organizations.” Journal of Library Metadata 19 (3–4):163–85.

Eyharabide, Victoria, Vincent Lully, and Florentin Morel. 2019. “MusicKG: Representations of Sound and Music in the Middle Ages as Linked Open Data.” In Semantic Systems. The Power of AI and Knowledge Graphs, edited by Maribel Acosta, Philippe Cudré-Mauroux, Maria Maleshkova, Tassilo Pellegrini, Harald Sack, and York Sure-Vetter, 11702:57–63. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Fafalios, Pavlos, Kostas Petrakis, Georgios Samaritakis, Korina Doerr, Athina Kritsotaki, Yannis Tzitzikas, and Martin Doerr. 2021. “FAST CAT: Collaborative Data Entry and Curation for Semantic Interoperability in Digital Humanities.” Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage 14 (4):1–20.

Fagan, Jody C. 2010. “Usability Studies of Faceted Browsing: A Literature Review.” Information Technology and Libraries 29 (2): 58–66.

Faith, Ashleigh, and Michelle Chrzanowski. 2015. “Connecting RDA and RDF: Linked Data for a Wide World of Connected Possibilities.” Pennsylvania Libraries: Research & Practice 3 (2):122–35.\

Falk, Patricia, and David R. Lewis. 2020. “A New Take on Cataloging Popular Music Recordings.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 58 (8):683–704.

Faraj, Ghazal, and András Micsik. 2021. “Representing and Validating Cultural Heritage Knowledge Graphs in CIDOC-CRM Ontology.” Future Internet 13 (11). Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute:277.

Fell, Michael, Elena Cabrio, Maroua Tikat, Franck Michel, Michel Buffa, and Fabien Gandon. 2022. “The WASABI Song Corpus and Knowledge Graph for Music Lyrics Analysis.” Language Resources and Evaluation, July.

Filtz, Erwin, Sabrina Kirrane, and Axel Polleres. 2021. “The Linked Legal Data Landscape: Linking Legal Data across Different Countries.” Artificial Intelligence and Law 29 (4):485–539.

Foulonneau, Muriel, and Jenn Riley. 2008. Metadata for Digital Resources: Implementation, Systems Design, and Interoperability. Oxford: Chandos.

Freire, Nuno, and Antoine Isaac. 2019. “Wikidata’s Linked Data for Cultural Heritage Digital Resources: An Evaluation Based on the Europeana Data Model.” In DC-2019–The Seoul, South Korea Proceedings, 10. Seoul, South Korea.

Frosterus, Matias, David Hansson, Maral Dadvar, Ilias Kyriazis, and Sofia Zapounidou. 2021. “6 Steps for Publishing Library Linked Open Data.” LIBER Linked Open Data Working Group.

Fujinaga, Ichiro. 2019. “Single Interface for Music Score Searching and Analysis (SIMSSA) Project: Optical Music Recognition Workflow for Neume Notation.” In Proceedings of the Computers and the Humanities Symposium (JinMonCom) 2019 (1): 281–286. Osaka, Japan: Information Processing Society of Japan.

Fujinaga, Ichiro, and Jenn Riley. 2002. “Digital Image Capture of Musical Scores.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, 261–262.

Gal, Avigdor, Haggai Roitman, and Roee Shraga. 2019. “Learning to Rerank Schema Matches.” IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 1–14.

Gangemi, Aldo, and Valentina Presutti. 2009. “Ontology Design Patterns.” In Handbook on Ontologies, edited by S. Staab and R. Studer, 221–243. Berlin: Springer.

Gayo, Jose Emilio Labra. 2022. “WShEx: A Language to Describe and Validate Wikibase Entities.” ArXiv:2208.02697, Computer Science, , August, 12.

Gentili-Tedeschi, Massimo, and Federica Riva. 2004. “Authority Control in the Field of Music: Names and Titles.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 39 (1–2):399–412.

Gergatsoulis, Manolis, Lina Bountouri, Panorea Gaitanou, and Christos Papatheodorou. 2010. “Mapping Cultural Metadata Schemas to CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model.” In Artificial Intelligence: Theories, Models and Applications, 6040:321–26. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Giannoulakis, Stamatios, Nicolas Tsapatsoulis, and Nikos Grammalidis. 2018. “Metadata for Intangible Cultural Heritage - The Case of Folk Dances:” In Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications, 634–45. Funchal, Madeira, Portugal: SCITEPRESS - Science and Technology Publications.

Gillis-Webber, Frances, and C. Maria Keet. 2022. “A Review of Multilingualism in and for Ontologies.” ArXiv:2210.02807, Artificial Intelligence, , October, 22.

Gillis-Webber, Frances, and Sabine Tittel. 2019. “The Shortcomings of Language Tags for Linked Data When Modeling Lesser-Known Languages.” Application/pdf. In Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Language, Data and Knowledge (LDK 2019), 15 pages. OpenAccess Series in Informatics (OASIcs). Dagstuhl, Germany: Schloss Dagstuhl–Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik.

Giorgio, Sara Di, Achille Felicetti, Patrizia Martini, and Emilia Masci. 2015. “Dati.CulturaItalia: A Use Case of Publishing Linked Open Data Based on CIDOC-CRM.” In Proceedngs of the Workshop on Extending, Mapping and Focusing the CRM Co-Located with the 19th Int. Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, 11. Poznan, Poland.

Godby, Carol Jean, and Karen Smith-Yoshimura. 2017. “From Records to Things: Managing the Transition from Legacy Library Metadata to Linked Data.” Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology 43 (2):18–23.

Godby, Jean, Karen Smith-Yoshimura, Bruce Washburn, Kalan Knudson Davis, Christine Fernsebner Eslao, Steven Folsom, Xiaoli Li, et al. 2019. “Creating Library Linked Data with Wikibase: Lessons Learned from Project Passage.” Report. Dublin, OH, United States: OCLC.

Goldberg, Yoav. 2016. “A Primer on Neural Network Models for Natural Language Processing.” Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research 57: 345–420.

Gómez-Pérez, Asunción, Mariano Fernández-López, and Oscar Corcho. 2004. Ontological Engineering. 1st ed. Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing. London: Springer.

Goto, Masataka, Takuichi Nishimura, Hiroki Hashiguchi, and Ryuichi Oka. 2003. “RWC Music Database: Music Genre Database and Musical Instrument Sound Database.” In ISMIR 2003, 2. Baltimore, Maryland, USA: Johns Hopkins University.

Graves Mike, Adam Constabaris, and Dan Brickley. 2007. “FOAF: Connecting People on the Semantic Web.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 43: (3–4): 191–202.

Green, Ashlea M. 2021. “Metadata Application Profiles in U. S. Academic Libraries: A Document Analysis.” Journal of Library Metadata 21 (3–4). Routledge:105–43.

Guha, Ramanathan V., Dan Brickley, and Steve Macbeth. 2016. “ Evolution of Structured Data on the Web.” Communications of the ACM 59 (2): 44–51.

Guzman, Allyssa, Albert A Palacios, and Ryan Sullivant. 2022. “White Paper for Enabling and Reusing Multilingual Citizen Contributions in the Archival Record.”

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Haller, Armin, Axel Polleres, Daniil Dobriy, Nicolas Ferranti, and Sergio J. Rodriguez Mendez. 2022. “An Analysis of Links in Wikidata.” In ESWC 2022: The Semantic Web, 21–38. Crete, Greece: Springer.

Hallo, María, Sergio Luján-Mora, Alejandro Maté, and Juan Trujillo. 2016. “Current State of Linked Data in Digital Libraries.” Journal of Information Science 42 (2). SAGE Publications Ltd:117–27.

Han, Sooyeon, and JongGyu Han. 2022. “Case Study on an Integrated Interoperable Metadata Model for Geoscience Information Resources.” Geoscience Data Journal, 16.

Hansson, Karin, and Anna Näslund Dahlgren. 2022. “Choice, Negotiation, and Pluralism: A Conceptual Framework for Participatory Technologies in Museum Collections.” Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 31 (4):603–31.

Hardjono, Thomas, George Howard, Eric Scace, Mizan Chowdury, Lucas Novak, Meghan Gaudet, Justin Anderson, et al. 2019. “Towards an Open and Scalable Music Metadata Layer.” ArXiv:1911.08278 [Cs], November, 19.

Haslhofer, Bernhard and Wolfgang Klas. 2010. “A Survey of Techniques for Achieving Metadata Interoperability.” ACM Computing Survey 42 (2):7:1–37.

Hassett, Brenna, Suzanne Pilaar Birch, Victoria Herridge, and Rebecca Wragg Sykes. 2018. “TrowelBlazers: Accidentally Crowdsourcing an Archive of Women in Archaeology.” In Shared Knowledge, Shared Power: Engaging Local and Indigenous Heritage, edited by Veysel Apaydin, 129–41. SpringerBriefs in Archaeology. Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Heath, Tom, and Christian Bizer. 2011. Linked Data: Evolving the Web into a Global Data Space. San Rafael, CA: Morgan & Claypool.

Henninger, Maureen. 2018. “From Mud to the Museum: Metadata Challenges in Archaeology.” Journal of Information Science 44 (5). SAGE Publications Ltd:658–70.

Hill, Kate M. 2016. “In Search of Useful Collection Metadata: Using OpenRefine to Create Accurate, Complete, and Clean Title-Level Collection Information.” Serials Review 42 (3):7.

Hirwade, Mangala Anil. 2011. “A Study of Metadata Standards.” Library Hi Tech News 28 (7). Emerald Group Publishing Limited:18–25.

Holom, Roxana-Maria, Katharina Rafetseder, Stefanie Kritzinger, and Harald Sehrschön. 2020. “Metadata Management in a Big Data Infrastructure.” Procedia Manufacturing, International Conference on Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing (ISM 2019), 42 (January):375–82.

Horridge, Matthew, Rafael Gonçalves, Csongor Nyulas, Tania Tudorache, and Mark Musen. 2019. “Webprotégé: A Cloud-based Ontology Editor.” In Companion of The 2019 World Wide Web Conference, 686–89. San Francisco USA: ACM.

Howard, Sara A., and Steven A. Knowlton. 2018. “Browsing through Bias: The Library of Congress Classification and Subject Headings for African American Studies and LGBTQIA Studies.” Library Trends 67 (1). Johns Hopkins University Press:74–88.

Howarth, Lynne C. 2012. “FRBR and Linked Data: Connecting FRBR and Linked Data.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 50 (5–7):763–76.

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Huang, Zhaoyan, and Tao Xu. 2022. “Research on Knowledge Management of Intangible Cultural Heritage Based on Linked Data.” Edited by R. Mo. Mobile Information Systems 2022 (August):1–14.

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Hyvonen, Eero, Miika Alonen, Esko Ikkala, and Eetu Makela. 2014. “Life Stories as Event-Based Linked Data: Case Semantic National Biography.” Semantic Biographies Based on Linked Data.

Iseminger, Beth, Nancy Lorimer, Casey Mullin, and Hermine Vermeij. 2017. “FACETED VOCABULARIES FOR MUSIC: A NEW ERA IN RESOURCE DISCOVERY.” Notes 73 (3). Music Library Association:409–31.

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Jung, Jason J, Anne Hakansson, and Ronald Hartung. 2009. “Indirect Alignment between Multilingual Ontologies: A Case Study of Korean and Swedish Ontologies.” In Agent and Multi-Agent Systems: Technologies and Applications, 252–60. Agent Systems and Ontologies. Uppsala, Sweden: Springer.

Kalogeros, Eleftherios, Matthew Damigos, Michalis Sfakakis, Sofia Zapounidou, Aggeliki Drakopoulou, Costas Zervopoulos, Gerasimos Martinis, Christos Papatheodorou, and Manolis Gergatsoulis. 2021. “Digitizing, Transcribing and Publishing the Handwritten Music Score Archives of Ionian Islands Philharmonic Bands.” In Metadata and Semantic Research, 1537:388–99. Communications in Computer and Information Science. Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Kansa, Sarah Whitcher. 2015. “Using Linked Open Data to Improve Data Reuse in Zooarchaeology.” Ethnobiology Letters 6 (2). Society of Ethnobiology:224–31.

Kern, Christopher Julian, Thomas Schäffer, and Dirk Stelzer. 2021. “Towards Augmenting Metadata Management by Machine Learning.” INFORMATIK 2021, 10.

Kesäniemi, Joonas, Mikko Koho, and Eero Hyvönen. 2022. “Using Wikibase for Managing Cultural Heritage Linked Open Data Based on CIDOC CRM.” In New Trends in Database and Information Systems, 550–57. SWODCH: 2nd Workshop on Semantic Web and Ontology Design for Cultural Heritage. Turin, Italy: Springer.

Khan, Fahad, and Ana Salgado. 2021. “Modelling Lexicographic Resources Using CIDOC-CRM, FRBRoo and Ontolex-Lemon.” In Proceedings of the International Joint Workshop on Semantic Web and Ontology Design for Cultural Heritage Co-Located with the Bolzano Summer of Knowledge 2021, 12. Bolzano, Italy.

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