OntoAndalus


 

Description

OntoAndalus is an ontology of pottery artefacts of al-Andalus, a relevant topic in Islamic archaeological studies in Spain and Portugal. The purpose of OntoAndalus is to further knowledge in the domain and to facilitate the development of a multilingual terminological resource based on formal descriptions or definitions of concepts and other units of knowledge.

OntoAndalus is being developed in OWL. It is presently aligned with the DOLCE+DnS Ultralite top-level ontology.

 

Acknowledgements

Work carried out in the context of a PhD project funded by the FCT – Fundação para Ciência e Tecnologia (Portugal). Studentship no. PD/BD/105765/2014.
 

Publications

Almeida, Bruno and Costa, Rute (2020, forthcoming). OntoAndalus: na ontology of Islamic artefacts for terminological purposes. Semantic Web Journal, Special Issue on Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage [Editors: Pascal Hitzler and Krzysztof Janowicz].

Almeida, Bruno and Costa, Rute (2020). Towards a terminological knowledge base on Islamic archaeology: linguistic and conceptual aspects. In: C. Marinica et al., eds., Atelier DAHLIA. DigitAl Humanities and cuLtural herItAge: data and knowledge management and analysis. [PDF] Bruxelas. Available at: http://dahlia.egc.asso.fr/actes_atelier_DAHLIA2020.pdf [Accessed 28 Jan. 2020].

Almeida, Bruno; Roche, Christophe and Costa, Rute (2017). Archaeological classification and ontoterminology: the case of Islamic archaeology of the al-Andalus. In: C. Roche, ed., TOTh 2017: Terminologie & Ontologie: Théories et Applications. [PDF] Chambéry: Éditions de l’université de Savoie Mont Blanc, pp.221-236. Available at: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01826942 [Accessed 25 July 2019]. ISBN 9782919732807.

Almeida, Bruno; Costa, Rute and Roche, Christophe (2016). Terminology and Ontology development in the domain of Islamic archaeology. In: H. E. Thomsen, A. Pareja-Lora e B. N. Madsen, eds., Term Bases and Linguistic Linked Open Data. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering (TKE 2016). [PDF] Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School, pp.147-156. Available at: http://openarchive.cbs.dk/handle/10398/9323 [Accessed 10 Oct. 2017]. ISBN 978-879991790-7.