We had originally thought we might have a session on PREMIS in container formats. It would be useful for the community to hear about this work of using PREMIS with OAI-ORE. Could you or someone else do a brief presentation on this? It would help to focus a discussion, since many people are not aware of the work.
Rebecca S. Guenther
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the questions on which I would like to see some discussion in Vienna deal primarily with PREMIS and RDF/OAI-ORE. We at SUB are doing a little work on this in the SHAMAN EU project.
As far as I know there are two approaches to a PREMIS ontology. Sam Coppen's approach introduces for each premis concept its own predicate. Rob Sanderson's approach tries to introduce as few new predicates as possible and to reuse other ontologies.
- What does the editorial board and the community think about these different approaches?
- Are there suggestions for external vocabularies?
- Is there work in this area underway?
These questions will probably be already discussed in the data modelling session. But two more general ones for the closing session would be:
- Which benefits (and drawbacks) do we see in modelling long-term preservation metadata with semantic web technology (or specifically with OAI-ORE)?
Hope to see you in Vienna,
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