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Per discussion at meeting 2014-06-24. See LD4L Use Cases for full set of use cases.

Use caseDocumentsinstitutions planning to work on this use case (#local-priority)WhoNotes

Use Case 1.1: Build a virtual collection

 

 

Planning

Description

Requirements

UI Mockup  

Triples

Queries

Cornell (#1)Lynette, SimeonLynette started Open Annotations in Hydra. Locally we think of replacing CuLLR as a key application of this use case.
Harvard(Michael Vandermillen as advisor)Library Cloud via localized Omeka
Stanford  

Use Case 1.2: Tag scholarly information resources to support reuse

 

 

 

Planning

Description

Requirements

UI Mockup

Triples

Cornell (#2)LynetteLocally this is the case of tagging many items for inclusion in CuLLR and to appear as a facet on the main D&A system (Such as "Entomology collection"). Interface must support selection of large numbers of items by criteria such as LCSH heading, in addition to selection of individual items
Stanford  
Use Case 2.1: See and search on works by people to discover more works, and better understand people Cornell  
 HarvardyesFacultyFinder (incomplete)?
 StanfordyesCAP, local authority for SearchWork
Use Case 3.1: Search with Geographic Data for Record Enrichment and Pivoting   Cornellhas code to shareClimate Change; has semantic search for synonym expansions, etc.
 Harvard Paolo dbpedia place stuff
 StanfordyesGeo, Darren W. has examples of architecture of ontology triples with API ...
Use Case 3.2: Search with Subject Data for Record Enrichment and Pivoting    
Use Case 3.3: Search with Person Data for Record Enrichment and Pivoting    
Use Case 3.4: Authority tool for more accurate data entry    
Use Case 4.1: Identifying related works  defer for now?

Exaclty which data?  (should we narrow our data first)   exactly which sort of queries?  Canned examples vs. ad hoc queries. 

 Cornell could take it on now, but won't be first priority among use cases.  Start with "one step away" cases before taking on deeper cases.
 Stanford Darren W.: implementation to try to look at this – it takes weeks or months to run code against data to pull out interesting stuff???
Use Case 4.2: Leverage the deeper graph to surface more relevant works  (see 4.1) 
Use Case 5.1: Research guided by community usage Cornell Demo:  would like Solr index with appropriate fields from all three institutions.  Could do as harvested data from 3 institutions that Paul (Harvard) builds Stack Life on it???  Cornell and Stanford give Harvard ?? BibFrame ??  Other triples??
 Harvard Would need to refactor Stack Life code to populate Solr from linked data;  it's currently populated from bib data with stack score.
 Stanford  
Use Case 5.2: Be guided in collection building by usage Harvard they have Haystack - which has classification data (bib data via subject).  uses API of LLC classifications.
Use Case 6.1: Cross-site search   NEED WORK TO REFINE/AGREE EVEN BASICS OF USE CASE

Essential shared plumbing

Shared infrastructure taskInstitutionsWhoNotes
Local MARC->BibFrame conversionCornellRebecca 
Stanford Already done? Updates?
Harvard  
Share BibFrame data with partnersCornell  
Stanford  
Harvard  
Conversion of BibFrame->LD4LCornellRebecca 
Stanford  
Harvard  

 


History of Documents

 

StatusSpaceDate CreatedDocumentBrief DescriptionParticipants
ActivePlanningAug 26, 2014LD4L Bibliographic Data Conversion and Discovery of / Linking to Linked Open DataThis is a planning document for the LD4L conversion of bibliographic data to linked open data (LOD), including a breakdown of individual tasks, assignments to institutions and/or individuals, indications of whether each task is primarily an ontology or engineering task, open questions and issues, notes on progress and dependencies, etc.Rebecca Younes, and others
ActivePUBLIC

Jun 24, 2014
(actively edited)

Use Cases - Next Steps for Implementation
(plus many sub-pages)

Summary of the active work and planning for the Use Cases.  Several summary tables.  1) Summary of use cases including name, link to design and implementation docs, which institutions and which individuals are planning to work on each, and notes; 2) Essential plumbings (aka shared infrastructure), 3) History of Documents Naomi Dushay , Simeon Warner , Lynette Rayle , Rebecca Younes
Official External Doc of Use CasesPUBLICJun 24, 2014

LD4L Use Cases
(plus many sub-pages)

Summary of each Use Case with links to details for each Use Case. Document created based on June 2014 Stanford Meeting. Simeon Warner
ActivePUBLICAug 18, 2014Use cases from beyond LD4LA place to describe Use Cases that are relevant to LD4L but go beyond the current scope.  See also Template for a new use case. Jon Corson-Rikert
?PlanningJun 23, 20142014-06-23UseCasesSharedEditingVersion.docx (docx)Word Doc describing each of the 6 Use Cases selected at the Stanford meeting.  Includes discussion, questions, who will do what, and potential demonstrations.Simeon Warner, Rob Sanders, David Weinberger, Tom Cramer, Rebecca Younes, and possibly others
HistoricalPUBLICJun 17, 2014LD4L Use Cases - Version 2 -- 9 Use Cases across 5 ClustersList of Use Cases by cluster including brief description, questions, discussion, potential demonstrations, and implementation notes for each Use Case. Tom Cramer , Paul Deschner , Dean B. Krafft , Simeon Warner
HistoricalPUBLIC

Created:
Feb 6, 2014

Last Active Edit:
Jun 17, 2014

LD4L Use Cases - Version 1 -- 42 Use Cases across 5 ClustersFull list of the initial 42 Use Cases. Two tables: 1) organization of use cases into clusters, 2) use case summary including As a..., I want to..., In order to... Jon Corson-Rikert , Tom Cramer , Dean B. Krafft , Brian J Lowe , Rob Sanderson , Simeon Warner , David Weinberger
?PlanningJun 27, 2014Use Case Distillation Call - June 4, 2014Notes and Action Items from the discussion on the Use Case Distillation Call Tom Cramer
HistoricalPUBLICJun 4, 2014LD4L Use Cases - Low FatShort document exploring what makes a good use case and the goals of use cases. Rob Sanderson
HistoricalPUBLICApril 23, 2014Use Cases Part 2User "stories" view of the use cases. Naomi Dushay
HistoricalPlanning

Created:
Jan 30, 2014

Last Active Edit:
Feb 6, 2014

(Obsolete) Use casesExplores Use Cases by stating As a..., I want to...,  Satisfied when... Jon Corson-Rikert , David Weinberger , Tom Cramer , Dean B. Krafft

 

 

 

 

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