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ICA Records in Contexts-Ontology (RiC-O): a Semantic Framework for Describing Archival Resources

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This article gives an overview of the new Records in Contexts Ontology (RiC-O), which is available at https://www.ica.org/standards/RiC/ontology. This ontology is part of the Records in Contexts (RiC) standard, which has been developed by the International Council on Archives to describe and contextualize archival resources in a comprehensible way that goes beyond the possibilities of the existing archival standards. The article explains the rationale for developing a new standard for archival description, and particularly the ontology. It provides a quick overview of the RiC Conceptual Model and then focuses on RiC-O, its design principles and content and giving references to more precise documentation that is publicly available online. Finally, it presents the roadmap and future perspectives of RiC.
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Florence Clavaud, Tobias Wildi. ICA Records in Contexts-Ontology (RiC-O): a Semantic Framework for Describing Archival Resources. Linked Archives 2021: Proceedings of Linked Archives International Workshop 2021 co-located with 25th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL 2021), p. 79-92, 2021, CEUR Workshop Proceedings (CEUR-WS.org) (ISSN 1613-0073) : Free Open-Access Proceedings for Computer Science Workshops. ⟨hal-03965776⟩
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