Program and slides

Monday, 3 June

9h00 – 9h30. Registration

9h30 – 10h00. Introduction

10h00 – 11h00. Session I

  • Francesca Tomasi. From hypertextual documents to linked data. The key challenges of knowledge organization in semantic digital editing
  • Elena Spadini. Which Resources for Which Editions: Modelling the Relationships between Documents

11h00 – 11h30. Coffee break

11h30 – 13h00. Session II

  • Georg Vogeler. “Standing-off trees and graphs”: on the affordance of technologies for the edition
  • Colin Sippl, Manuel Burghardt, Christian Wolff. Digital Editions as a Graph – Modelling Cross-document Interdependencies in Medieval Charters of the St. Katharinenspital in Regensburg
  • Toby Burrows, Athanasios Velios, Matthew Holford, David Lewis, Andrew Morrison, Kevin Page. Transforming TEI Manuscript Descriptions into RDF Graphs

13h00 – 14h30. Lunch

14h30 – 15h30. Session III

  • Hans Cools, Roberta Laura Padlina. Formal Semantics for Scholarly Editions
  • Matteo Romanello, Hugh Cayless. Towards Resolution Services for Text URIs

15h30 – 16h00. Coffee break

16h00 – 17h30. Session IV

  • Ronald Haentjens Dekker. Text Encoding as an Act of Knowledge Representation
  • Maïeul Rouquette, Violeta Seretan. Using Hypergraphs for Storing Critical Edition Data
  • Francesca Giovannetti. TEI’s Critical Apparatus as a Semantic Graph: A Modelling Proposal



Tuesday, 4 June

9h00 – 10h30. Session V

  • Tobias Schweizer and Sepideh Alassi. Bernoulli, Euler, Newton: Representing Historical Mathematical Texts and their Relations as a Graph
  • Nicola Carboni, Susanne Müller, Maurizio Ghelardi. Towards a Foundation for Documenting Digital Textual Resources with CIDOC-CRM
  • Andreas Kuczera, Iian Neill, Julian Jarosch. SPEEDy – a dynamic Standoff PropErty EDitor

10h30 – 11h00. Coffee break

11h00 – 12h30. Session VI

  • Michele Pasin. Modeling publications in SN Scigraph: a tale of performance, scalability, usability and expressiveness
  • Peter Boot, Marijn Koolen. Connecting TEI Content into an Ontology of the Editorial Domain
  • Stefan Dumont. Using Semantic Web Technologies in Digital Editions for the History of Science

12h30 – 14h00. Lunch

14h00 – 15h00. Session VII

  • Miller Prosser, Sandra Schloen. The Power of OCHRE’s Highly Atomic Graph Database Model for the Creation and Curation of Digital Text Editions
  • Stefan Münnich. Scholarly Musical Editions as Graph: Semantic Modelling of the Anton Webern Gesamtausgabe

15h00 – 15h30. Coffee break

15h30 – 17h00. Session VIII

  • Working groups

17h00 – 17h30. Conclusions