ONTOLOGY OF THE BULGARIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE. BULGARIAN FOLKLORE
Keywords:Bulgarian musical folklore, otnologies, alogingCulturalObjects, standard (CCO), knowledge data base
This article presents the creation of an ontology describing Bulgarian folklore. The ontology has been developed based on the CCO (Cataloging Cultural Objects) standard. CCO leads us to provide data content standards. The set of ontologies is a knowledge base used by intelligent agents. One of the main problems with systems and developments describing different cultural and/or historical sites is the difficulty in sharing information between individual societies or systems. The use of standards greatly facilitates the dissemination of data. The CCO standard provides clear and precise definitions of the individual attributes that an object must possess. The ontologies developed by Protégé are designed in such a way as to meet the requirements of the standard. The created ontologies describe 7 folklore areas with specific ones being: music, dances and musical instruments. The work on creating this ontology directs us to create web applications of the developed ontologies.
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