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Publishing cultural heritage collections of Ghent with linked data event streams

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Cultural heritage institutions maintain digital artefacts of their collections using Collection Management Software (CMS). In order to attract new audiences, these data should be interoperable with and reusable within other Web APIs. In this article, we explain how we applied Flemish Linked Data Standards (OSLO) to make the data within the Axiell Collections CMS interoperable, and how we applied the method of Linked Data Event Streams (LDES) for making the data reusable. The LDES has been successfully adopted by third parties to then host subject pages, a SPARQL endpoint, a substring fragmentation for autocompletion purposes, and a IIIF enriched LDES. To this end, we see LDES as the core Web API of a CMS, allowing third parties to take up other querying and processing tasks on their own machines.
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Cultural information publication, Linked Data Event Streams, Collection Management Software

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Van de Vyvere, Brecht, et al. “Publishing Cultural Heritage Collections of Ghent with Linked Data Event Streams.” METADATA AND SEMANTIC RESEARCH, MTSR 2021, edited by Emmanouel Garoufallou et al., vol. 1537, Springer, 2022, pp. 357–69, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-98876-0_31.
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Van de Vyvere, B., D’Huynslager, O. V., Atauil, A., Segers, M., Van Campe, L., Vandekeybus, N., … Colpaert, P. (2022). Publishing cultural heritage collections of Ghent with linked data event streams. In E. Garoufallou, M.-A. Ovalle-Perandones, & A. Vlachidis (Eds.), METADATA AND SEMANTIC RESEARCH, MTSR 2021 (Vol. 1537, pp. 357–369). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-98876-0_31
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Van de Vyvere, Brecht, Olivier Van D’Huynslager, Achraf Atauil, Maarten Segers, Leen Van Campe, Niels Vandekeybus, Sofie Teugels, Alina Saenko, Pieter-Jan Pauwels, and Pieter Colpaert. 2022. “Publishing Cultural Heritage Collections of Ghent with Linked Data Event Streams.” In METADATA AND SEMANTIC RESEARCH, MTSR 2021, edited by Emmanouel Garoufallou, María-Antonia Ovalle-Perandones, and Andreas Vlachidis, 1537:357–69. Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-98876-0_31.
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Van de Vyvere, Brecht, Olivier Van D’Huynslager, Achraf Atauil, Maarten Segers, Leen Van Campe, Niels Vandekeybus, Sofie Teugels, Alina Saenko, Pieter-Jan Pauwels, and Pieter Colpaert. 2022. “Publishing Cultural Heritage Collections of Ghent with Linked Data Event Streams.” In METADATA AND SEMANTIC RESEARCH, MTSR 2021, ed by. Emmanouel Garoufallou, María-Antonia Ovalle-Perandones, and Andreas Vlachidis, 1537:357–369. Cham: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-98876-0_31.
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Van de Vyvere B, D’Huynslager OV, Atauil A, Segers M, Van Campe L, Vandekeybus N, et al. Publishing cultural heritage collections of Ghent with linked data event streams. In: Garoufallou E, Ovalle-Perandones M-A, Vlachidis A, editors. METADATA AND SEMANTIC RESEARCH, MTSR 2021. Cham: Springer; 2022. p. 357–69.
IEEE
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B. Van de Vyvere et al., “Publishing cultural heritage collections of Ghent with linked data event streams,” in METADATA AND SEMANTIC RESEARCH, MTSR 2021, Virtual, 2022, vol. 1537, pp. 357–369.
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  booktitle    = {{METADATA AND SEMANTIC RESEARCH, MTSR 2021}},
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  language     = {{eng}},
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  title        = {{Publishing cultural heritage collections of Ghent with linked data event streams}},
  url          = {{http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-98876-0_31}},
  volume       = {{1537}},
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