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Promoting and Enhancing Reuse of Information throughout the Content Lifecycle taking account of Evolving Semantics

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The EcoBuilder - A Tool to Integrate the Digital Ecosystem Model into the PERICLES picture

The EcoBuilder - A Tool to Integrate the Digital Ecosystem Model into the PERICLES picture
We are delighted to announce the release of the Digital Ecosystem Model (DEM) and the EcoBuilder , a Java tool to create DEM instances. The DEM is an ontology for modelling the interwoven relations, dependencies, and interactions of entities in digital ecosystems. Digital ecosystems encompass digital objects and their environments including their technical infrastructure, community... Read more >

Another successful work meeting on ontologies

Another successful work meeting on ontologies
The Centre for Research & Technology, Hellas (CERTH) hosted our fourth technical workshop on the Linked Resource Model (LRM), the LRM service, domain ontologies, ecosystem model and policies. The workshop took place in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 28-30 July 2015 (see the other blog entries of the past meetings [1] [2] [3] ). The LRM provides the concepts and languages for the... Read more >

Introducing Significant Environment Information and the PERICLES Extraction Tool

Introducing Significant Environment Information and the PERICLES Extraction Tool
Good news everyone: The PERICLES Extraction Tool (PET) has been set free! PET is a framework for the extraction of information from the creation and use environments of digital data. PET works outside the established metadata perspectives and their firm structures by monitoring and collecting information from the whole system environment during the use of data. It extracts scenario related... Read more >

Digital forensics at the Digital Humanities 2013 conference

Digital forensics at the Digital Humanities 2013 conference
Digital forensics tools were originally designed (as the name suggests) for the analysis of data on computer hardware in relation to legal investigations, such as “cybercrime”, or simply crime that may have left a digital trace on computers or storage devices. The potential of these tools for analysing born-digital material in archival or digital curation contexts is becoming more widely... Read more >