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Re: Semantic Web for the Film Industry

From: Duygu Çelik <duygucelik@aydin.edu.tr>
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2012 09:22:51 +0200
Message-ID: <E52390480D334D6BA26C302B4FFAD9BC@pcBilgisayar>
To: Pete Rivett <pete.rivett@adaptive.com>, <dave@dknicholas.com>, <semantic-web@w3.org>
Does anybody know any project or research about TV contents with Sem Web not
only Films.
I need to find 'TV contents' ontology and learn how can I write rules or
queries for it?
Thanks,
Duygu
-----Özgün İleti-----  From: Pete Rivett  Sent: Sunday, March 11, 2012 12:26
AM  To: dave@dknicholas.com ; semantic-web@w3.org  Subject: RE: Semantic Web
for the Film Industry
The Linked Movie Database http://linkedmdb.org/ has a lot of data loaded and
linked to other sites. It's available for downloading as a set of triples.
They do have their own ontology (RDF classes) but it may take a bit of
hunting to find any documentation/RDF Schema for it: the home page does have
a list of the classes though not the properties.
(I'm not involved with it in any way so don't expect me to field any
questions on it).
Cheers
Pete
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-----Original Message-----
From: dave@dknicholas.com [mailto:dave@dknicholas.com]
Sent: Friday, March 09, 2012 7:10 AM
To: semantic-web@w3.org
Subject: Semantic Web for the Film Industry
Dear all,
I'm hoping to begin postgraduate research looking into the use of Semantic
Web technologies within the film industry. This will likely cover suitable
ontologies and semantic markup that filmmakers should begin using as their
industry moves further and further onto the web.
I'm interested in getting in touch with anyone else in the community who
might be working on (or interested in) anything in a similar field.
I'm aware of the Web and TV IG but haven't yet managed to find anyone
specifically looking at web technologies with regards to film.
Anyone interested in this area please feel free to drop me an email. I'm
hoping to put together a group of web technologists for film that can
collaborate and support each other's work.
Cheers,
--
Dave Nicholas
http://dknicholas.com

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