Impact des données ouvertes et liées sur les catalogues bibliographiques

Impact des données ouvertes et liées sur les catalogues bibliographiques

Fabien Duchateau Nicolas Lumineau  Trond Aalberg 

LIRIS, UMR5205, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Université de Lyon, Lyon, France

NTNU Trondheim, Norvège

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28 August 2018
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Integrated library systems manage the catalog of bibliographic records. This catalog has not evolved much during the last decades, and many problems arise due to its flat model, redundancies, inconsistencies and local practices. To remain relevant in the modern computing world, libraries need to adopt a new model, to migrate the data and to provide enhanced ser-vices. Linked open data can be useful during this transition. This paper describes an overview of the impact of linked data in the bibliographic domain.


integrated library systems, linked open data, data integration, semantic enrichment

1. Introduction
2. Élaboration du modèle sémantique
3. Migration des données bibliographiques
4. Liage et enrichissement
5. Exploitation du catalogue sémantique
6. Conclusion et perspectives

Ces travaux ont été en partie financés par l’Association Nationale de la Re-cherche et de la Technologie (ANRT,, l’entreprise Progilone (, et un projet CNRS PICS (#PICS06945). Les auteurs remer-cient également les relecteur.e.s pour leurs commentaires et suggestions.


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