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It has been a target of the Ontology SIG for some time to work out mappings between TEI elements and RDF vocabularies. Most notably, there has been a concerted effort to align the TEI with ISO 21127:2006, the CIDOC conceptual reference model. The aim of this paper is to review how far this can be implemented in practice, with the aim of taking an arbitrary TEI document and extracting useful RDF assertions in CIDOC CRM, and thus enabling TEI digital texts to participate more fully in the world of open linked data.

Talk to TEI members meeting in XML and PDF
http://tei.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/tei/trunk/Stylesheets/rdf/crm.oddCRM ODD file showing <equiv>
http://tei.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/tei/trunk/Stylesheets/rdf/crm.xslMain part of XSLT conversion from TEI to RDF/XML
http://tei.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/tei/trunk/Stylesheets/rdf/tei2rdf.xslWrapper for conversion
test.xml?style=rawTest file input
test.rdfTest file output (normalized RDF/XML)
diary.xml?style=raw2nd Test file input (Godwin diaries)
diary.rdf2nd Test file output (normalized RDF/XML)
3011.xml?style=raw3rd Test file input (novel)
3011.rdf3rd Test file output (normalized RDF/XML)
convert.pyPython script to normalize RDF after conversion

Sebastian Rahtz. Date: TEI members meeting, Wurzburg, 10-12 October 2011
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