A Pattern-Based Framework for Best Practice Implementation of CRM/FRBRoo
The CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model and extensions to this model such as the FRBRoo, are important for semantic interoperability in the area of cultural heritage documentation. However, the real life use of such reference models is challenging due to their complexity as well as their extensive and detailed nature. In this paper we present a framework for sharing best practice knowledge related to the use of these models, which is inspired by the use of design patterns in software engineering. The main contribution is a framework for sharing and promoting knowledge and solutions for best practice that supplements existing documentation and is adapted to the needs of developers.
KeywordsDesign Pattern Pattern Language Semantic Interoperability Model Fragment Bibliographic Record
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