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Schemas and Ontologies: Building a Semantic Infrastructure for the Grid and Digital Libraries: Workshop Report

Shiri, A.A. (2003) Schemas and Ontologies: Building a Semantic Infrastructure for the Grid and Digital Libraries: Workshop Report. Library Hi Tech News, 20 (7). pp. 7-8.

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Abstract

Organised jointly by UKOLN and the UK e-science Core Programme, this workshop brought together GRID and digital library implementers on 16 May 2003 in Edinburgh, Scotland to consider approaches to developing, expressing and sharing schemas and ontologies. The main themes of the workshop were as follows: Developing core vocabularies; Mapping between vocabularies; Sharing languages and models for declaring schemas; Mandating schemas for base-line interoperability; Establishing a distributed network of schema registries.