LAYERED AND MODULARIZED ONTOLOGY ARCHITECTURE FOR INDONESIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE (INDOCH) BASED ON UNESCO CULTURAL HERITAGE TAXONOMY AND CIDOC CRM

Winangsari Pradani, Zainal A. Hasibuan, Harry Budi Santoso

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Abstract

Ontology has been widely used in data integration systems with its role as a global conceptualization medium for heterogeneous data sources. This research proposes three things; first is Layered and Modularized Ontology Development Integrated with Other Ontology (LMODIOO) which is a combination of several frameworks, methodologies, ontological artifacts and non-ontological artifacts to conceptualizing the IndoCH; second is the IndoCH ontology artifact generated through the application of LMODIOO; and third is the formalization and implementation of IndoCH. In the formalization there is a way to choose the appropriate CRM class for each of the 40 types of Indonesian CH descriptions. IndoCH ontology has been implemented in several types of interrelated CH objects, namely Marriage Customs, Culinary, Traditional Clothing, Oral Traditions and Performing Arts. The ontology is built, validated and implemented using Protégé and several python libraries such as RDFLib, OWLReady2, and nltk. The implementation of the IndoCH ontology on the type of CH mentioned above can answer competency questions, such that the knowledge about one specific type of CH, the relationship among the CH objects, and aggregation information of CH objects by ethnicities or by location.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)90-98
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of Engineering Science and Technology
Volume17
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2022

Keywords

  • CRM
  • Cultural heritage ontology
  • Indonesian CH
  • Layered ontology
  • Modular ontology
  • UNESCO CH based taxonomy

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