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Monday, September 18 • 13:00 - 13:30
Project presentation : Alignment Tools for Music Archive Heritage (ATMAH)

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ATMAH is a multidisciplinary project (computer science, information science, SHS) proposes to associate french cultural and scientific partners (BnF, Quai branly museum, LESC, LIASD and the Maison des Cultures du Monde) involved in music archive dissemination, to improve the management of indexing vocabularies (access, enrichment, interoperability), with a special interest with Telemeta (open source web audio platform) in order to enhance their valorisation at national and international level in the context of the Linked Open Data. The challenge of the project will be to prove the interest of interconnection and the feasibility of its realization within a platform between specific internal vocabularies (structured in SQL) and external references vocabularies ("hub" of international dimension , as french language of Bnf RAMEAU and MIMO consortium of Europeana, conform to the standards of the data web). Based on use cases (classifications of musical instruments), it will be necessary to establish use scenari and specifications to be tested in accordance with the needs of information and research professionals (exchange, semi--automatised alignment, graphical and dynamical datavisualization, collaborative annotation). The project is closely linked with the partners' ongoing programs (national and internation) as Musica consortium (TGIR Huma-Num from CNRS, France), LabEx Past in Present cluster, Paris Lumières University, Europeana Sounds.
Keywords: controlled vocabularies, alignment, music, semantic information retrieval, dissemination


Judith Gray

Folklife Specialist, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress


Monday September 18, 2017 13:00 - 13:30 CEST
Ethnologisches Museum, Room 2 (ground floor) Takustraße 40, Berlin, Germany