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  1. Jon Voss

    Meet the Teams: MisMuseos

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    Team: MisMuseos Country: Spain Team Leader: Ricardo Alonso Maturana Team members: María Elena Alvarado, María Ortega, Susana López-Sola, Rubén Vinagre, María José Ibáñez, Lorena Ruiz Elósegui, Javier Altuzarra, Juan Valer, Kamal Majaiti. The team brings together expertise in the development of semantic web, data structuring, exploitation of linked data, faceted...
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    Meet the Teams: Data Converters

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    Team: Data Converters Country: United States Team Leader: Sammy Davidson Team Members: Laurence Skirvin, Jeff Mixter The LOD-LAM KSU Research Group wants to help libraries, archives, and museums integrate linked data into their information systems. The project submitted to the LOD-LAM challenge focuses on the needs of small to medium...
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    Meet the Teams: NTNU University Library

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    Team: NTNU University Library Country: Norway Team Leader: Rurik Greenall Team Members: Stein Olle Johansen, Lene Bertheussen, Ove Wolden, Ellen Alm, Ingunn Østgaard, Eva Sauvage Team working with linked data at NTNU University Library; creating data-driven frameworks for information delivery. Specific areas: acquisitions, cataloguing, content-to-Web. Use cases: archives, manuscripts, photography.
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    Meet the Teams: WWI LOD

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    Team: WWI Linked Open Data (WWI LOD) Project Country: International Team Leader: Juha Törnroos (Aalto University) Team Members: Thea Lindquist (University of Colorado Boulder), Eetu Mäkelä (Aalto University), Eero Hyvönen (Aalto University), Rami Aamulehto (Aalto University), Holley Long (University of Colorado Boulder), Michael Ortiz (University of Colorado Boulder), Michael Dulock (University of Colorado...
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    Meet the Teams: DataModelers

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    Team: DataModelers Country: United States Team Leader: Jeff Mixter The goal of the project was to convert the existing VRA 4 restricted XML schema in a Linked Data data model that incorporated popular vocabularies to the greatest extent. Once the model was completed, an XSLT stylesheet was used to demonstrate...
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    Meet the Teams: Pundit

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    Team: Pundit Country: International Team Leader: Simone Fonda Team Members: Francesca Di Donato, Christian Morbidoni, Sam Leon, Joris Pekel The team is composed by people from Net7 (a small italian company) and OKFN (Open Knowledge Foundation). Together, with other partners, we are now developing Pundit to be used inside the...
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    Meet the Teams: LODLAM Patterns

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    Team: LODLAM Patterns Country: USA Team Leader: Richard J. Urban The universe of methods for representing cultural heritage resources is growing rapidly, despite the multiple standards that already exist across the library, archive, and museum domain. These various standards may address common problems, but there is little explicit coordination among...
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    Meet the Teams: Digital “Terroirs”

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    Team: Digital “Terroirs” Country: France Team Leader: Adrien Di Mascio Team Members: Romain Wenz, Vincent Michel, Agnès Simon “Find digital resources about the French countryside” Disclaimer: This “challenge team” also works on the data.bnf.fr project, but the problems solved here are parallel to our main project. Problem: In France, anybody...
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    Meet the Teams: Reload Team

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    Team: Reload Country: Italy Team Leader: Silvia Mazzini Team Members: Brunella Argelli (IBC), Agostino Attanasio (ACS), Ilaria Barbanti (regesta.exe), Giovanni Bruno (regesta.exe), Silvia Mazzini (regesta.exe), Mirella Plazzi (IBC), Francesca Ricci (IBC), Chiara Veninata (ACS) Partners Archivio Centrale dello Stato ACS (State Central Archives, http://www.acs.beniculturali.it/) – a body of the Ministry...
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    Meet the Teams: Canvas

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    Team: Canvas Country: Australia Team Leader: Tim Wray What ways of seeing can Linked Open Data bring to our collections? Offering unparalleled access to structured knowledge, we often envision it as a giant nebulous cloud, bringing together the silos of data into a conglomeration of nodes, links and connections. But...

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