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Towards an ontology of the field of digital poetry. Philippe Bootz & Samuel Szoniecky, Laboratoire Paragraphe Université Paris 8. Entities/association model. 1-n and 0-n are cardinalit ies of the association :

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Towards an ontology of the field of digital poetry

Towards an ontology of the field of digital poetry

Philippe Bootz & Samuel Szoniecky,

Laboratoire Paragraphe

Université Paris 8


Entities association model
Entities/association model

1-n and 0-n are cardinalities of the association :

1-n means that at least 1 entity B is in relationship with A by the association and that several entities B can be in relationship with a given A by this association.

0-n means that 1 entity B can be in relationship with any entity A by the association but that it can also be in relationship with several antities A by this association


Ontological model of spinoza
Ontological model of Spinoza

Spinoza defines an individual as “an infinity of extensive parts that are external the ones with the others and which belong to the individual under characteristic relationships which constitute it, and express a singular essence”


Extension of an individual
Extension of an individual

Resulting E/A schema :


Life cycle of an individual
Life cycle of an individual

Resulting E/A schema :


Conclusion on ontology
Conclusion on ontology

Extension and cycle of life are sufficient to describe all features we are dealing with.

every situation can be described by an Entity/association schema of which associations are defined with specific attributes



Extensive parts of work
Extensive parts of work

Exemple of a pure digital work



Ontology of actor
Ontology of actor

A section is a part of a document. It only concern one actor.

The concepts developed in a section belong to the ontology of the actor.

The ontology defines the relationship between sections and a set of concepts attributed to these section. It is characterised by the attributes of the relation « develops »





Exemple

Œuvre1:

         work: passage

         id of instance: the series of U

         dates: 2003

         duration:

         place: alire 12

         authors: Bootz, Frémiot

Sections:

-         Id: section 1:

oAttributes of section:

         start: “Pierre Levy” (p. 125)

         end: “precepts of the oulipo” (p. 126)

         nature: analyse

oAttributes attached to work:

         oeuvre1

         physical part of work approached: to

oAttributes attached to the ontology of actor:

         actor: literary analyse

         Id ontology of actor: test_lit

         Dates: 2008

         Place: At home

         concepts: potential-virtual, oulipo

Exemple

Indexing:

         Name indexer: Bootz

         Id: test

         Dates: 2008

         Place: At home

Document:

         type: deliver

         Format: printed

         Title: Textual matters on numerical support

         Author: Alexandra Saemmer

         Dates: 2007

         Place: Publ. of the University of Saint-Etienne

         Circumstance: VOID