The lecture “A network of ontologies for European poetry” by POSTDATA researcher Mª Luisa Díez Platas, was presented at the 4th Congress of Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage.

In this lecture, Ms. Diez Platas presented the process of construction of the ontologies network starting from a conceptual model. The network conceptualizes and structures information related to European poetry. Furthermore, she introduced the techniques and tools used for the generation and publication of the ontologies.

There are four ontologies that have already been published:

  • the postdata-core ontology for the representation of the poetic works:

http://postdata.linhd.uned.es/ontology/postdata-core/

  • the postdata-structuralElements ontology for the representation of the structure of the poems:

http://postdata.linhd.uned.es/ontology/postdata-structuralElements/

  • the postdata-prosodicElements ontology for the representation of the information obtained from the analysis of the prosody:

http://postdata.linhd.uned.es/ontology/postdata-prosodicElements/

  • the postdata-dates ontology for the representation of the dating of the works:

http://postdata.linhd.uned.es/ontology/postdata-dates/

For more information on the ontologies, visit:

http://postdata-prototype.linhd.uned.es/ontology.php


Illustration 2. Ontology Network Diagram