Advances in Conceptual Modeling

ER 2023 Workshops, CMLS, CMOMM4FAIR, EmpER, JUSMOD, OntoCom, QUAMES, and SmartFood, Lisbon, Portugal, November 6–9, 2023, Proceedings

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv
  2. CMLS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-4
    2. An Ontology for Breast Cancer Screening

      • Yasmine Anchén, Edelweis Rohrer, Regina Motz
      Pages 5-14
    3. Integrating Nuclear Medicine and Radiopharmacy Data: A Conceptual Model for Precision Medicine and Enhanced Patient Care

      • Sipan Arevshatyan, José Fabián Reyes Román, Elisa Caballero Calabuig, Mari Carmen Plancha, Alejandra Abella, Pedro Abreu et al.
      Pages 15-24
    4. Comprehensive Representation of Variation Interpretation Data via Conceptual Modeling

      • Mireia Costa, Alberto García S., Ana León, Oscar Pastor
      Pages 25-34
    5. Enhancing Precision Medicine: An Automatic Pipeline Approach for Exploring Genetic Variant-Disease Literature

      • Lidia Contreras-Ochando, Pere Marco Garcia, Ana León, Lluís-F. Hurtado, Ferran Pla, Encarna Segarra
      Pages 35-43

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 45-47
    2. euFAIR: A Digital Tool for Assessing the FAIR Principles

      • Matteo Lia, Davide Damiano Colella, Antonella Longo, Marco Zappatore
      Pages 49-58
  4. EmpER

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 59-62
    2. Empirical Exploration of Open-Source Issues for Predicting Privacy Compliance

      • Jenny Guber, Iris Reinhartz-Berger, Marina Litvak
      Pages 63-73
    3. Human-Centred Conceptual Modelling for Re-Designing Urban Planning

      • Emilia Lenzi, Emanuele Pucci, Federico Cerutti, Maristella Matera, Letizia Tanca
      Pages 74-84
    4. Using Knowledge Graphs to Generate SQL Queries from Textual Specifications

      • Robson A. Campêlo, Alberto H. F. Laender, Altigran S. da Silva
      Pages 85-94
    5. Bridging the Gap: Conceptual Modeling and Machine Learning for Web Portals

      • Dadhichi Shukla, Eugen Lindorfer, Sebastian Eresheim, Alexander Buchelt
      Pages 107-116

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 117-119
    2. New-Generation Templates Facilitating the Shift from Documents to Data in the Italian Judiciary

      • Amedeo Santosuosso, Stefano D’Ancona, Emanuela Furiosi
      Pages 121-130
    3. Supervised Learning, Explanation and Interpretation from Pretrial Detention Decisions by Italian and Brazilian Supreme Courts

      • Marco Billi, Thiago Raulino Dal Pont, Isabela Cristina Sabo, Francesca Lagioia, Giovanni Sartor, Aires José Rover
      Pages 131-140
    4. Identification and Visualization of Legal Definitions and Legal Term Relations

      • Catherine Sai, Anastasiya Damaratskaya, Karolin Winter, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma
      Pages 151-161
    5. Comparative Analysis of Disinformation Regulations: A Preliminary Analysis

      • Antonella Calò, Antonella Longo, Marco Zappatore
      Pages 162-171
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Strategies of Indigenous Knowledge Management in Libraries

Indigenous knowledge (IK) is the knowledge that people in a given community developed over time, and has made positive contributions towards sustainable development. Indigenous communities around the world face ongoing threats to the survival of their indigenous knowledge in view of its tacit nature. Traditionally, libraries have concentrated more on promoting a reading culture than on managing and promoting IK. If IK is well documented, packaged and deposited in libraries and information centres, it could be directly accessed by individuals.The study explores how the indigenous knowledge can best be managed in the libraries in order to contribute positively to the community. Within this area of interest, this paper answers the question: what roles the library professionals can play in the management and preservation of IK. While highlighting the IFLA mandate towards the management and preservation of IK, different activities associated with the management of IK — such as, collection, recording and documentation, organization, preservation and storage, dissemination and networking are discussed. Concludes that library professionals need to be proactive in devising strategies for the management and preservation of IK with the help of their professional knowledge and skills in order to ensure access to this valuable resource.  

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