LinkedMDR: A Collective Knowledge Representation of a Heterogeneous Document Corpus
A global overview
LinkedMDR stands for Linked Multimedia Document Representation. It is a novel multi-layered ontology which provides the infrastructure to model the knowledge embedded in a heterogeneous document corpus of any domain-specific application.
LinkedMDR is made of three main layers:
- The Core layer serving as a backbone and a mediator among the different layers;
- The Standardized Metadata layer linking descriptors of existing standards in metadata representation;
- The Pluggable Domain-Specific layer that can adapt to any domain-specific ontology.
The multi-layering of LinkedMDR ensures its genericity and extensibility.
This version of LinkedMDR is based on descriptors from DC, TEI and MPEG-7 standards for the standardized metadata layer and an adapted version of the ifcOWL ontology for the pluggable domain-specific layer. It is applied in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry.
Overall Schema Architecture of LinkedMDR
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