Linked Texts Working Group
Venue: 218 Perkins Library, Duke University Parking: 135 Science Drive (next to Bryan Center) Dates: June 21 and 22
To join from remote: https://meet.google.com/xpv-ywjf-bqt
Workshop notes: shared document
- Bridget Almas (remote)
- Luke Hollis (remote)
- Alison Babeu (remote)
- Hao Wu (remote)
- Ryan Baumann
- James Tauber
- Hugh Cayless
- Thibault Clérice
- Tom Elliott
- Sam Huskey
- Leonard Muellner
- Jonathan Robie
- Matteo Romanello
- Zachary Fletcher
Thursday, June 21
- Introduction and Background (Hugh Cayless)
- DTS APIs and implementations (Thibault Clérice)
- CTS Handles (Bridget Almas), slides
- Citation Modeling (Matteo Romanello) slides
- Discussion: Should we develop a centralized citation resolution system? How should we develop the DTS ecosystem? Should this system create Handles for the passages it resolves (technical feasibility, costs)?
- Morning discussion cont'd.
- Discussion: Citation Modeling
- What use cases do we want to support?
- What are the existing ontologies? What are their limits from our perspective?
- Relationship between our model of text and CTS/DTS APIs
- What can be done automatically (e.g. by API crawling) and what must be done manually (curation)?
Friday, June 22
- Discussion: Next Steps
- (goal) agree on an ontology to represent (citable) text passages and text relationships
12:30: Lunch / Departures
- Those who aren't leaving Friday afternoon can continue the discussion and/or do some hacking.