Exchange and repurposing of digital information and content raise language variations issues between communities. Indeed, producer and consumer may not share the same practices and languages. TV producers tend to have more and more collaborative workflows and uses amateur contributions to diversify their content's sources. However, amateurs may not understand the audiovisual jargon. In this paper, we introduce a conceptual model and its OWL formalization to deal with these issues. We show that our approach extends the thesaurus approach and is able to attach various labels to any kind of ontological element (class, property, instance). We find our motivations in information exchange between professionals and amateurs as well as in multilingual search. We study digital archiving and cultural heritage model and use them as the foundations of our work. We show how these models tend to focus on material exchange and are not sufficient to deal with a comprehensible exchange of information. We propose to use personal and contextual parameters to make a selection of comprehensible label and other kind of information for a given user. We finish by demonstrating the OWL formalization of our model.
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
knowledge representation,thesaurus,denomination,digital archiving,TV production
Ontology,Jargon,Knowledge representation and reasoning,World Wide Web,Producer–consumer problem,Conceptual model,Repurposing,Computer science,Exchange of information,Information exchange,Knowledge management