Golden Agents

Using Linked Data to track and trace processes of canonization in early modern Dutch literature

This article is about a pilot project in which we linked five web resources in order to get a firmer grip on processes of canonization in Dutch literature in the early eighteenth century. The project centers around the Panpoëticon Batavûm, an early …

Linked Data in a 3D Context: Experiential Interfaces for Exploring the Interconnections of 17th-Century Historical Data

Golden Agents, bekende en onbekende personen uit de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw

Toward an ontology for archival resources. Modelling persons, objects and places in the Golden Agents research infrastructure

The Montias Case

The demo shows the intersection of datasets the [Golden Agents project](https://www.goldenagents.org/) is working with, as shown on top of a single archival book (NA 2408) from the [Amsterdam City Archives](https://archief.amsterdam/). The demo is built with Mirador version 3 and uses the iiif Presentation API version 3.0.

The Montias Case: an experiment with data reconciliation and provenance between research and cultural heritage institutions

Unlocking the archives: A pipeline for scanning, transcribing, and modelling entities of archival documents into Linked Open Data

In this paper, the full pipeline from archives to annotations is represented that comprehends the successive stages of scanning, indexing, transcribing, correcting, aggregating, and modelling the entities of archival documents into RDF as Linked Open …

Using Linked Data to track processes of canonization in early modern Dutch literature

This presentation is about a pilot project in which we linked five web resources in order to get a firmer grip on processes of canonization in Dutch literature in the early eighteenth century. The project centers around the Panpoëticon Batavûm, an …

LODLAM 2020

Reconstructions and Observations in Archival Resources - Golden Agents' LODLAM challenge entry

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Ontology to describe Reconstructions and Observations in Archival Resources