Historical Data Management and Interoperability (HistDMI)

Historical Data Management and Interoperability (HistDMI)

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This project is devoted to the development of namespaces and application profiles allowing the management and interoperability of historical data. It is based on the experience of the symogih.org project and is currently supported by the Digital history research team of the Laboratoire de recherche historique Rhône-Alpes (CNRS / Universités de Lyon et Grenoble).

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This project is devoted to the development of namespaces and application profiles allowing the management and interoperability of historical data. It is based on the experience of the symogih.org project and is currently supported by the Digital history research team of the Laboratoire de recherche historique Rhône-Alpes (CNRS / Universités de Lyon et Grenoble). en

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Start date: 2017-01-01

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Historical Data Management and Interoperability (HistDMI) * en 2019-09-24

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Hierarchy

Historical Data Management and Interoperability (HistDMI) is a master project.

Subprojects

Project name Last updated
Historical Data Management and Interoperability - Specific 2020-01-16

Profiles owned by this project

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Biographical basics and family 2019-11-04
Social interactions 2020-01-04
Professional life 2020-01-04

Profiles used by this project

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Biographical basics and family 2019-11-04 JSON Classes   JSON Properties

Members of the project

Name Institution Role
Vincent Alamercery École normale supérieure de Lyon Administrator
Djamel Ferhod CNRS Administrator
Francesco Beretta CNRS Administrator
Alexandre Perraud CNRS Member

Project-related comments

Entity Commented section Creation date Comment
histC1 Time-related Persistent Item Characteristic Class 2019-04-24 Stricto sensu is S16 State epistemological, not phenomenal. histC1 is understood as phenomenal, as E5 Event is. histC1 could be subclass of E... Phase if this class will be adopted
histC1 Time-related Persistent Item Characteristic Class 2019-04-24 Is histC1 could be a subclass of S16 State? Or in some way equivalent?
histC1 Time-related Persistent Item Characteristic Example 2019-09-24 I suggest to personify the examples : "Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli is identified as Jean XXIII in French language since its election as pope on 28 October 1958" (histC10) "Maurice Papon had the rank of "Commandeur de la Légion d'honneur" from 1961 to 1998" (histC3).
Name use in a language Label 2020-01-22 Done !
Name use in a language Label 2019-04-24 To be more explicit, I suggest to label this class "Name use in a language".
histC10 Name use in a language Example 2019-09-24 Proposal to change the example to : Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli is identified as Jean XXIII in French language since its election as pope on 28 October 1958.
Geographical localisation type Label 2019-04-24 See Geographical localisation, the wording stresses the fact it's a temporal entity subclass
Geographical localisation type Label 2019-04-24 "Geographical location type" should be more appropriate.
histC17 Manifestation singleton type Class 2019-04-24 Very well but at the moment LRMoo is not yet published. Which class will then replace F4 Manifestation Singleton ?
histC17 Manifestation singleton type Class 2019-04-24 Please note F4 Manifestation Singleton (FRBRoo2.4) could be deprecated in LRMoo.
histC19 Type of manifestation product type Class 2019-04-24 Will be an expression be merged with a type ? Or the sense of F3 thouroughly modified ?
histC19 Type of manifestation product type Class 2019-04-24 Please note F3 Manifestation Product Type (FRBRoo2.4) should be merged with F24 Publication Expression in LRMoo.
histC2 Time-related geographical localisation Class 2019-09-25 Is the histC2 owl:equivalentClass TyIn160 an input error?
Time-related geographical localisation Label 2019-04-24 The label stresses the action of localizing.
Time-related geographical localisation Label 2019-04-24 "If you localize something, you identify precisely where it is." (Collins)
Time-related geographical localisation Label 2019-04-24 "Geographical location" should be more appropriate.
histC20 Digital object type Scope note 2019-04-24 Copy/paste typo: ...and classify instances of the **D1 Digital Object** class.
Argument's method Label 2019-04-24 I suggest "Argument method" without 's.
histC3 Time-related social character of an actor Class 2019-09-27 Done !
histC3 Time-related social character of an actor Class 2019-09-25 Maybe we can add some properties: - "pertains to" as specific subclass of "histP4 pertains to" (histC3 -> pertains to -> E39) - "has social character" as specific subclass of "histPx has persistent item or condition type" (histC3 -> has social character -> histC14) The link with the institution should be modelled outside this class.
histC4 Event type Class 2019-10-02 Done!
histC4 Event type Class 2019-05-14 I reused this class and if the hierarchical association had some sense with the earlier definition, now it's nonsense. We shall change all this
histC4 Event type Class 2019-04-24 I understand the usefulness of such a subclass of E55 but it can't be a superclass of the symogih classes which are temporal entities.
histC6 Social relationship Scope note 2020-01-04 Done.
histC6 Social relationship Scope note 2019-10-03 In the last sentence, I suggest we replace "persistent items" with "actors".
histC8 Geographical Place Class 2019-09-18 Good question ! Apparently yes. But according to the SIG oral tradition the E27 Site class was developed for describing arcehological excavation sites, and it would be epistemological and not phenomenal. Furthermore, it has no specific properties: so, besides the different intension, what is the difference between E27 and the E26 Physical Feature class ? histC8 would then be a more explicit, and suitable class for modelling geographical places...
histC8 Geographical Place Class 2019-04-24 Is this class equivalent to E27 Site?
used in language Label 2019-09-24 I suggest to rename this property "associated with language" because it's rather the Appelation that is used and not the Appelation for language.
histP10 used in language Scope note 2019-09-24 I suggest : "This property associates the Appellation for language with the language for which it is a valid identifier of an entity for a given time span".
histP12 is location of Property 2019-04-24 The hierarchical association is changed so that even a battle, or a part of it can be located. But one should consider making the range of histP4 larger. The problem is a CRM E1 Entity is not jus a phenomenon (Persistent Item or Temporal entity) but also a region (Place, Dimension, etc.). These cannot be located. The location is a phase.
histP12 is location of Property 2019-04-24 About the hierarchical association, if histP12 is a subproperty of histP4, its range should not be wider than that of histP4.
histP12 is location of Property 2019-04-24 I'm a little annoyed to say a temporal entity is the location of something. Could histP4 be enough?
histP14 at distance Property 2019-09-25 This property should be tranformed into a property of property histP13 is relative to
histP14 at distance Property 2019-09-25 Thank you, I understand better now. And following our discussions outside this thread, this property should rather be a property of the property histP13 is relative to
histP14 at distance Property 2019-04-24 I created a scope note: is now understandable ?
histP14 at distance Property 2019-04-24 I don't understand this property.
was a membership of Label 2019-04-24 As it is not a property from the group to the person, I suggest this label: "was a membership of" with the inverse "had a membership".
histP3 was terminated by Property 2019-09-24 Maybe "terminated" is a bit too strong (more like "résilié" in French). I suggest to rename this property "was ended by".
pertains to Label 2019-05-23 I agree, "pertain" is finally more relevant.
pertains to Label 2019-05-23 Collins definition: If one thing pertains to another, it relates, belongs, or applies to it. [formal] The restrictions he imposed pertained to the type and height of buildings. [VERB to noun] I would much rather that you asked Mrs Zuckerman any questions pertaining to herself. [VERB to noun] ...matters pertaining to naval district defense. [VERB + to] [Also VERB]
pertains to Label 2019-05-22 I suggest "relates to" as label.
histP4 pertains to Scope note 2019-09-25 Proposal: "This property associates the histC1 Persistent item condition or characteristic with the E77 Persistent Item pertained"
histP9 is appellation for language of (has appellation for language) Property 2019-09-24 I understand better. I do, however, propose to relabel this property "is appellation for language of".
histP9 is appellation for language of (has appellation for language) Property 2019-08-15 The domain of this property is a Temporal entity, and more specifically a subclass of 'histC1 Persistent item condition or characteristic', i.e. a characteristic of an object during a specific time span. The isAppellationOf property associates the CRM Entity E1 which has this Appellation as a valid appellation during the given time span. It is therefore an identity defining property of the histC10 Appellation for language class and must be provided.
histP9 is appellation for language of (has appellation for language) Property 2019-04-24 This property doesn't seem necessary to me, the entity is linked to the appellation by the property P1: E1 CRM Entity -> P1 is identified by -> E41 Appellation -> histP11 is referred to by -> histC10 Appellation for language [Name use in a language]
histC5 Trait Class 2019-10-02 Do we still keep this class in the deprecated namespace or do we reuse it?
histC5 Trait Class 2018-11-21 Classe obsolète
E93 Presence Class 2019-09-25 A presence is a projection of a space-time volume on a place at a given time span. In this sense it is a characteristic of the space-time volume during a given time-span. Althoug probably more epistemological then phenomenal this class could be be understood as subclass of Temporal entity.