Side-by-Side -- DC-2013 / iPRES-2013

Program Key:

Tutorials: Pre-Conference sessions labeled "Tutorial" are 180 minute instructional sessions geared to those unfamiliar with the topics being addressed.
Special Sessions: Conference sessions labeled "Special Session" are unique sessions addressing topics of special interest to the Dublin Core community. The format of Special Sessions varies and may include combinations of speaker/panel presentations, hands-on exploration, and discussion.
Workshops: Post-Conference sessions labeled "Workshops" are day-long workshop sessions.
Peer Review Papers: Sessions labeled "Papers" are presentation sessions of peer reviewed submissions of interest to the Dublin Core community that break new ground in metadata theory or practice and Project Reports that present existing projects that demonstrate new solutions to existing metadata problems and/or illustrate metadata best practices.
Doctoral Symposium: Pre-conference "Doctoral Symposium" is a set of sessions providing select doctoral students with the opportunity to present their research and to engage in constructive critique and mentoring.
DCMI Administrative, Community & Task Group Meetings: DCMI working sessions for governance, Communities and Task Groups advance the working agenda of the Dublin Core. Unless otherwise noted, newcomers are welcome!

 


Pre-Conference: Monday, 2 September 2013

Time Location: TBA Location: TBA Location: TBA
9:00 9:30 Registration
9:30 11:00

Tutorial:
« Introduction to Linked Open Data (LOD) »
Ivan Herman
W3C

Tutorial:
« Metadata Provenance »
Kai Eckert
University of Mannheim, Germany

Doctoral Symposium
iPRES/DCMI

11:00 11:30 Break
11:30 13:00

Tutorial:
« Introduction to Linked Open Data (LOD) »
Ivan Herman
W3C

Tutorial:
« Metadata Provenance »
Kai Eckert
University of Mannheim, Germany

Doctoral Symposium
iPRES/DCMI

13:00 14:30 Lunch
14:30 16:00

Tutorial:
« Introduction to Ontology Concepts and Terminology »
Steven Miller
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, U.S.A.

Tutorial:
« PROV—the W3C Provenance Ontology »
Daniel Garijo
Ontology Engineering Group (OEG),
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

Doctoral Symposium
iPRES/DCMI

16:00 16:30 Break
16:30 18:00

Tutorial:
« Introduction to Ontology Concepts and Terminology »
Steven Miller
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, U.S.A.

Tutorial:
« PROV—the W3C Provenance Ontology »
Daniel Garijo
Ontology Engineering Group (OEG),
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

Doctoral Symposium
iPRES/DCMI


Conference Day 1 Side-by-Side: Tuesday, 3 September 2013

8:00 9:30 Registration
9:30 10:00 Conferences Opening Session
10:00 11:00 Keynote #1
11:00 11:30 Break
Time DC-2013 iPRES
11:30 13:00

Session 1: Linked Data

« Implementation of a Linked Open Data Solution for the Statistics Agency of Cantabria's Metadata and Data Bank »
Alejandro Villar Fernández & Ana Santurtún Zarrabeitia

« Provenance and Annotations for Linked Data »
Kai Eckert

« Linked Data Driven Dynamic Web Services for Providing Multilingual Access to Diverse Japanese Humanities Databases »
Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Takeo Kuyama, Fuminori Kimura & Akira Maeda

Special Session:

« Vocabulary Preservation » (Part 1)

Sponsored by

Web Archives

Studies on the Scalability of Web Preservation
Rory Blevins, Ismail Patel, Ashley Hunter & Robert Sharpe

CLEAR: A Credible Method to Evaluate Website Archivability
Hendrik Kalb, Paraskevi Lazaridou, Ed Pinsent & Matthias Trier

Interoperability of Web Archives and Digital Libraries: A Delphi Study
Hendrik Kalb, Paraskevi Lazaridou, Ed Pinsent & Matthias Trier

Object Preservation

Database Preservation Evaluation Report—SIARD vs. CHRONOS
Andrew Lindley

File-Based Preservation of the BBC's Videotape Archive
Thomas Heritage

Large-Scale Curation and Presentation of CD-ROM Art
Dragan Espenschied, Klaus Rechert, Isgandar Valizada, Dirk Von Suchodoletz & Nick Russler

13:00 14:30 LUNCH
14:30 16:00

Session 2: eScience

« How Portable Are the Metadata Standards for Scientific Data? A Proposal for a Metadata Infrastructure »
Jian Qin & Kai Li

« Integration of Research Data and Research Data Links into Library Catalogues »
Dominique Ritze & Katarina Boland

« Collaborate, Automate, Prepare, Prioritize: Creating Metadata for Legacy Research Data »
Inna Kouper, Stacy R Konkiel, Jennifer A Liss & Juliet L Hardesty

Special Session:

« Vocabulary Preservation » (Part 2)

Sponsored by

Sharing Knowledge

Interoperability Objectives and Approaches: Results from the APARSEN NoE
Barbara Bazzanella & Yannis Tzitzikas

Open Preservation Data: Controlled Vocabularies and Ontologies for Preservation Ecosystems
Hannes Kulovits, Michael Kraxner, Markus Plangg, Christoph Becker & Sean Bechhofer

Supporting Practical Preservation Work and Making it Sustainable with SPRUCE
Paul Wheatley & Maureen Pennock

Repositories

Creating a Framework for Applying OAIS to Distributed Digital Preservation
Eld Zierau & Matt Schultz

Realizing the Archivematica Vision: Delivering a Comprehensive and Free OAIS Implementation
Courtney Mumma & Peter Van Garderen

Measuring Perceptions of Trustworthiness: A Research Project
Devan Ray Donaldson

16:00 16:30 Break
16:30 19:30

Posters/Demos & Reception

Combined DCMI/iPRES Session

DC-2013 Posters

Poster Author Poster Title
Miaoling Chai & Jiang Zhu The Research of Open Conference Resources Organization based on RDA Description « Abstract »
Michael D. Crandall, Joseph Tennis, Stuart Sutton, Thomas Baker & David Talley Planning a Platform for Learning Linked Data « Abstract «
Joachim Neubert ZBW Labs: Semantically Enhanced Publishing for Projects « Abstract »
Pedro Príncipe, Eloy Rodrigues, Najla Rettberg, Jochen Schirrwagen, Mathias Loesch, Mikael Karstensen Elbæk & Lars Holm Nielsen OpenAIRE Guidelines for Data Archive, Literature Repository and CRIS Managers « Abstract »
Marina Morgan, M J Suhonos & Fangmin Wang Digital Humanities and Metadata: Linking the Past to the Digital Future « Abstract »
Nalini Umashankar Using Metadata Standards to Improve IMF and National Data « Abstract »

 


Conference Day 2 Side-by-Side: Wednesday, 4 September 2013

8:00 9:00 Registration
9:00 10:00 Keynote #2
Time DC-2013 iPRES
10:00 11:00

Session 3A: eScience Applications

« Designing an Application Profile Using Qualified Dublin Core: A Case Study with Fracture Mechanics Datasets »
João Aguiar Castro, Cristina Ribeiro, João Rocha da Silva

« Using Dublin Core Standard for the Metadata Description of Transport Statistics—Practical Experience from a Project Dedicated to the Set-Up of an Interlinked Statistics Portal »
Rene Kelpin, Antje von Schmidt, Michael Hepting, Petra Kokus, Alexandra Leipold & Thorsten Schäfer

Session 3B: Digital Libraries

« Lessons Learned in Implementing the Extended Date/Time Format in a Large Digital Library
Hannah Tarver & Mark Phillips

« Towards the Representation of Chinese Traditional Music: A State of the Art Review of Music Metadata Standards »
Mi Tian, György Fazekas, Dawn Black & Mark Sandler

Corporate World

A Framework for Automated Verification in Software Escrow
Elisabeth Weigl, Johannes Binder, Stephan Strodl, Barbara Kolany, Daniel Draws & Andreas Rauber

Leveraging DP in Commercial Contexts through ERM
Daniel Simon, José Barateiro and Daniel Burda

In Cooperation

Benefits of Geographical, Organizational and Collection Factors in Digital Preservation Cooperations: The Experience of the Goportis Consortium
Michelle Lindlar, Yvonne Friese, Elisabeth Müller, Thomas Bähr & Anja von Trosdorf

ENSURE: Long Term Digital Preservation of Health Care, Clinical Trial and Financial Data
Jochen Rauch, Maite Braud, Orit Edelstein, Simona Rabinovici-Cohen, Kenneth Nagin, John Marberg, David Voets, Isaac Sanya, Mohamed Badawy, Essam Shehab, Frode Randers, Aad Droppert & Marcin Klecha

11:00 11:30 Break
11:30 13:00

Session 4: Vocabulary Design

« Maps and Gaps: Strategies for Vocabulary Design and Development »
Diane Ileana Hillmann, Gordon Dunsire & Jon Phipps

« A Method for the Development of Dublin Core Application Profiles (Me4DCAP V0.1): Description »
Mariana Curado Malta & Ana Alice Baptista

« Find and Combine Vocabularies to Design Metadata Application Profiles Using Schema Registries and LOD Resources »
Tsunagu Honma, Mitsuharu Nagamori & Shigeo Sugimoto

Special Session:

« Data Enrichment and Transformation in the LOD context:
Poor and Popular vs. Rich and Lonely
—Can't we achieve both?
 »

Beyond Data

Digital Preservation of a Process and its Application to e-Science Experiments
Stephan Strodl, Rudolf Mayer, Gonçalo Antunes, Daniel Draws & Andreas Rauber

Framework for Verification of Preserved and Redeployed Processes
Tomasz Miksa, Stefan Pröll, Rudolf Mayer, Stephan Strodl, Ricardo Vieira, José Barateiro & Andreas Rauber

Cloudy Emulation—Efficient and Scaleable Emulation-based Services
Isgandar Valizada, Klaus Rechert, Konrad Meier, Dennis Wehrle, Dirk Von Suchodoletz & Leander Sabel

Panel:

APARSEN

13:00 14:30 LUNCH
14:30 16:00

Session 5: Metadata Collaboration

« Achieving Interoperability between the CARARE Schema for Monuments and Sites and the Europeana Data Model »
Antoine Isaac, Valentine Charles, Kate Fernie, Costis Dallas, Dimitris Gavrilis & Stavros Angelis

« With a Focused Intent: Evolution of DCMI as a Research Community »
Jihee Beak & Richard P. Smiraglia

« IN2N: Cross-institutional Authority Collaboration »
Alexander Haffner

Special Session:

« Application Profiles as an Alternative to OWL Ontologies » (Part 1)

Data Preservation

Sustainable Data Preservation Using datorium—Facilitating the Scientific Ideal of Data Sharing in the Social Sciences
Monika Linne & Monika Linne

Modelling Data Value in Digital Preservation
Giuseppa Caruso, Luigi Briguglio, Brian Matthews, Calogera Tona & Mirko Albani

National Strategies

The Process of Building a National Trusted Digital Repository: A User Centric Approach for Requirements Gathering and Policy Development
Jan Hutar

Archives New Zealand Migration from Fedora Commons to the Rosetta Digital Preservation System
Louise Fauduet and Sébastien Peyrard

 

16:00 16:30 Break
16:30 18:00

Session 6: Metadata Reuse

« Metadata Capital in a Data Repository »
Jane Greenberg, Shea Swauger & Elena Feinstein

« Use of Authorities Open Data in the ARROW Rights Infrastructure »
Nuno Freire & Markus Muhr

« Realising a Federation of Repositories of Reusable Metadata »
Stijn Goedertier, Nikolaos Loutas, João Rodrigues Frade, Christophe Colas, Michiel De Keyzer, Debora Di Giacomo, Makx Dekkers & Vassilios Peristeras

Special Session:

« Application Profiles as an Alternative to OWL Ontologies » (Part 2)

Assessment

A Risk Analysis of File Formats for Preservation Planning
Roman Graf & Sergiu Gordea

On the Assessment of Preservability: Method and Application
Diogo Proença, Gonçalo Antunes and Tomasz Miksa

Technology

An Analysis of Contemporary JPEG2000 Codecs for Image Format Migration
William Palmer, Peter May & Peter Cliff

Managing and Transforming Digital Forensics Metadata for Digital Collections
Kam Woods, Alexandra Chassanoff & Christopher A. Lee

Permanent Digital Data Dtorage: A Materials Approach
Barry Lunt, Robert Davis, Douglas Hansen, John Dredge, Hao Wang & Matthew Linford

19:00 - Conference Banquet

 


Conference Day 3 Side-by-Side: Thursday, 5 September 2013

8:00 9:00 Registration
9:00 10:00 Keynote #3
Time DC-2013 iPRES
10:00 11:00

Session 7: Education

« DC Metadata is Alive and Well (and has Influenced a New Standard for Education) »
Liddy Nevile

« Reusing Textual Resources in Educational Assessment: Adding Text Readability Metrics to Learning Metadata »
Muriel Foulonneau, Eric Ras, Elie Abou Zeid, Talar Atéchian

Special Session

Schema.org
(Part 1)

DCMI NKOS
Task Group

Governance

Automatic Preservation Watch using Information Extraction on the Web
Luis Faria, Alan Akbik, Barbara Sierman, Marcel Ras, Miguel Ferreira & José Carlos Ramalho

Preservation Policy Levels in SCAPE
Barbara Sierman, Catherine Jones, Sean Bechhofer and Gry Elstrøm

Digital Collections

Analysis of the Variability in Digitised Images Compared to the Distortion Introduced by Compression
Sean Martin & Malcolm Macleod

An Attempt at Modeling Differentiated Storage for Digitized Collections: Finding the Balance between Storage, Costs and Preservation of Digitized Publications
Trudie Stoutjesdijk

11:00 11:30 Break
11:30 12:30

Session 8: Libraries

« Representation of the UNIMARC Bibliographic Data Format in Resource Description Framework »
Gordon Dunsire, Mirna Willer, Predrag Perožić

« Approaches to Building Metadata for Data Curation»
Hsueh-hua Chen, Yu Lin & Cynthia Chen

Special Session

Schema.org
(Part 2)

DCMI NKOS
Task Group

Curation

Preservation Aspects of a Curation-Oriented Thematic Aggregator
Dimitris Gavrilis, Stavros Angelis, Christos Papatheodorou, Costis Dallas & Panos Constantopoulos

 

Report

Hacktron Report

12:30 13:00 Conferences Close
13:00 14:30 LUNCH
14:30 16:00 Vocabulary Management Community Libraries Community DCMI-AsiaPac Task Group
16:00 16:30 Break
16:30 18:00 Bibliographic Metadata Task Group Cultural Heritage Task Group  

 


Post-Conference Workshops: Friday, 6 September 2013

Time Location: TBA Location: TBA
8:00 9:30 Registration
9:30 11:00 « Vocabulary Day » (Session 1) « CAMP-4-Data » (Session 1)
11:00 11:30 Break
11:30 13:00 « Vocabulary Day » (Session 2) « CAMP-4-Data » (Session 2)
13:00 14:30 LUNCH
14:30 16:00 « Vocabulary Day » (Session 3) « CAMP-4-Data » (Session 3)
16:00 16:30 Break
16:30 18:00 « Vocabulary Day » (Session 4) « CAMP-4-Data » (Session 4)

 


DCMI—Advisory Board & Oversight Committee: Saturday, 7 September 2013

Time Location: TBA
9:30 11:00 Advisory Board Annual Meeting (Closed: By invitation only)
11:00 11:30 Break
11:30 13:00 Advisory Board Annual Meeting (Closed: By invitation only)
13:00 14:30 LUNCH
14:30 16:00 Oversight Committee Meeting (Closed: By invitation only)
16:00 16:30 Break
16:30 18:00 Oversight Committee Meeting (Closed: By invitation only)



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