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Out and About with the CIDOC CRM: The Lessons and R esults of the CRM Dissemination and Training programme Stephen Stead, Paveprime Ltd Contents Plan Execution Lessons Contents Plan Execution Lessons Policy Dissemination Policy developed in October 2001 by Tony Gill 5 Aims Aims

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Out and About with the CIDOC CRM: The Lessons andResults of the CRM Dissemination and Training programme

Stephen Stead, Paveprime Ltd

contents
Contents
  • Plan
  • Execution
  • Lessons
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Contents
  • Plan
  • Execution
  • Lessons
policy
Policy
  • Dissemination Policy developed in October 2001 by Tony Gill
  • 5 Aims
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Aims
  • Participation mechanism
  • Stakeholder satisfaction
  • Clear Documentation
  • Support the ISO process
  • Build wide consensus
target audiences
Target Audiences
  • Museums
  • Libraries
  • Archives
  • Heritage Management & Professional Bodies
  • Information Science
  • Commercial Organisations
  • Broadcast
the crm message
The CRM Message
  • Description (what it is)
  • Description of applications(what it does)
  • Scope (what it covers)
  • History (where it came from)
  • Specific examples of applications (examples)
  • Future (CRM SIG, CHIOS and ISO TC46 SC4 WG9)
  • Importance of Participation (or no standard)
common misconceptions
Common Misconceptions
  • The CRM is too complicated
  • The CRM is not a mature standard
  • The CRM is too theoretical to have practical applications
dissemination channels
Dissemination Channels
  • Web site
  • E-mail using distribution lists and targeting
  • Scholarly and Accessible papers
  • Conference Presentations
  • Training Workshops
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Contents
  • Plan
  • Execution
  • Lessons
virtual presence
Virtual Presence
  • Web presence well established at

http://cidoc.ics.forth.gr/

  • Distribution List established

crm-sig

  • Very targeted E-mailing
papers and presentations
Papers and Presentations
  • Bibliography on Web site
  • Presentations include (past and future)

CIDOC

Computer Applications in Archaeology

W3C

Institute of Field Archaeologists (UK)

training workshops
Training Workshops
  • Have been / will be run at / with
    • CIDOC 2002, 2003
    • Museums and the Web 2003
    • Dublin Core meeting 2003
    • European Conference on Digital Libraries 2003
    • Computer Applications and Archaeology 2001, 2002, 2003
    • Archaeology and Computers Workshop 6, 7
    • University of York Masters Programme
    • UK Archaeology Data Service
    • 5th World Archaeology Congress
special interest group
Special Interest Group
  • Hosted by CIDOC but not restricted to CIDOC members
  • Has met at
    • Barcelona, Spain
    • Paris, France
    • Monterey, USA
    • Copenhagen, Denmark
    • Rethymon, Crete
    • Washington, USA
      • Oxford, UK & St Petersburg, Russia (later this year)
  • Training sessions at each meeting for new members
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Contents
  • Plan
  • Execution
  • Lessons
t he cidoc crm top level entities

refer to / refine

affect or / refer to

participate in

location

E52 Time-Spans

E53 Places

The CIDOC CRMTop-level Entities

E55 Types

E28 Conceptual Objects

E41 Appellations

E39 Actors

refer to / identifie

E18 Physical Stuff

E2 Temporal Entities

at

within

the cidoc crm and shortcuts

E13 Attribute Assignment

E16 Measurement Event

P39 was measured by

(measured)

P40 observed dimension

(was observed by)

E54 Dimension

P43 has dimension

(is dimension of)

E18 Physical Stuff

The CIDOC CRM and shortcuts

1,1

1,n

0,n

0,n

0,n

1,1

P90 has value

P91 unit

current and former associations

E8 Acquisition Event

P24 transferred title of (changed ownership by)

Current and Former Associations

E7 Activity

0,n

P22 acquired title of (transferred title to)

0,n

0,n

1,n

P23 surrendered title of (transferred title from)

0,n

0,n

0,n

E39 Actor

E18 Physical Stuff

P52 is current owner of (has current owner)

0,n

0,n

0,n

0,n

P51 is former or current owner of (has former or current owner)

the cidoc crm and time
The CIDOC CRM and Time

P81 ongoing

throughout

Duration (P83,P84)

before

after

“intensity”

Event

time

P82 at some

time within

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Need Domain experts and IT experts
  • Domain provides ontology and needs tools
  • IT provides tools and needs ontology
  • We Have Got The Ontology SO COME ON GUYS for once you are behind the curve