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


Interviews with project partners - Part 2

As we go deeper into the project we continue our series of interviews with project partners (see part 1) by highlighting the key concepts and approaches underpinning our research. If one or more topics caught your interest while watching, please do get in touch with us:

We look forward to hearing your feedback and thoughts!


1. Christine Sauter


The research undertaken in PERICLES is directly influenced by the use of case studies from two very different domains - Art & Media and Space Science. What do these domains share despite their differences and thus how is PERICLES addressing the common challenge?

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2. Simon Waddington


Question: PERICLES follows a model driven approach. Why was this chosen and what does it mean?


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3. Jean-Yves Vion-Dury


Question: Another model that is a focus of PERICLES’ research is the LRM, the Linked-Resource Model. What is it and how does the work around LRM serve digital preservation?


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4. David De Weerdt


Question: Why was the development of ontologies needed and how have you used scenarios as a part of a methodology for ontology creation within PERICLES?

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5. Sándor Darányi


Question: Within PERICLES monitoring the dependency drift of a digital thing is subject to research. Being one of the main concepts the project is working on what is particularly challenging with semantic drift and why are drifts important for digital preservation?


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6. Daniel Kurzawe

Question: Within PERICLES different tools are being developed. PET and PeriCAT are two tools working together in a sheer curation scenario. How does this scenario relate to the wider challenges addressed within PERICLES?

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