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  1. Demonstration of the MESMUSES portal at the Museum of the History of Science Florence, 16 June 2003 Andrea Scotti

  2. Summary: • Mapping the historiography: the class tree definition of a science history test bed. • The transformations of the ontologies in the project: samples of models used. • Creating a dump db for the portal data: the relational evironment for the dynamic creation of the schema architetture. • Navigation (samples) of the schema: the final interface/s, querying and rendering. • The Itineraries navigation : semantic units VS schema

  3. Mapping the historiography: the class tree definition of a science history test bed. • The obejcts and their classification/interpretation history: existing historiographical methods and existing structured digital descriptions. Samples from the test beds survey. • The surplus benefit of structuring/restructuring into the ontologies the existing digital repositories. • Choosing the representative classes and relative properties for the the tree definition.

  4. 1. The objects (exp1.): Galileo’s Giovilabio and its sources

  5. 1. The objects (exp2.): Lavoisier’s areometer and its sources

  6. The transformations of the ontologies in the project: samples of models used. • Schema: high specialization that was describing the entire complexity of the objects and concepts required for the knowledge representation of the two quoted test beds. • Schema: attempt to simplify the schema by means of generalization of the concepts. • Schema: re-specialization of the knowledge concepts and determination of the historical foundation classes. • Schema: final class tree used in the portal.

  7. 1st schema

  8. 1st schema 2nd schema

  9. 2nd schema 3rd schema

  10. 4th schema

  11. Creating a dump db for the portal data: the relational evironment for the dynamic creation of the schema architetture and the instance population.

  12. Navigation (samples) of the schema: the final interface/s, querying and rendering.

  13. E. The Itineraries navigation : semantic units VS schema