Ivo Zandhuis (email@example.com)
This paper - presented at the Association for History and Computing Conference, Amsterdam 14-17 september 2005 - introduces an ontology for the genealogical domain.
These two files are the XML encoded ontologies as defined in the above paper.
To illustrate the way the ontologies work two example files are constructed.
In this file two archival items are described:
Both sources describe a number of people and contain certain information about these persons. This information is captured in the datafile, according to the structures defined in the srcont-ontology.
In this file genealogical information about Rinkse Pieters van der Werf and her relations with husband and parents is stored, which is the result of my own genealogical research. There are links between the description of these persons and the sources where the personal information is obtained.