Supporting FRBRization of Web Product Descriptions
The FRBR model has the potential for new services and discovery techniques for cultural items such as books, movies and music. In this paper, we present an approach to interpret descriptions found in Web resources and identify the FRBR entities these pertain to. To verify the resulting set of FRBR entities, we have used the Linked Open Data and the verifications have been validated by a group of experts. The results of this work demonstrates applicability of FRBR in a new context and establishes a firm basis for further exploitation.
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