IMOLA II 4th Training Session

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February 20, 2019 /

Dublin, 7th -8th February 2019

The 4th Training Session of the IMOLA II project was held in Dublin on the 7th and 8th February according to the activities scheduled in the Governance Plan.

This seminar brought together a large number of national authorities designed as Contact Points (CPs) of the European Land Registry Network (ELRN) and academics from EU Universities specialized in semantics and new technologies.

The objectives of the seminar were the following:

  • To introduce the CPs in the associative relations between Terms
  • Explain the concept and functionalities of baselines in the KM
  • Solving doubts and Consolidating Knowledge: New Definitions; how to add New Pivot Terms; Attributes / Formants
  • Quality Control Methodology and objectives of the Collaborative Work
  • To create a collaborative environment among CPs to discuss the semantic issues from a practical point of view, at the same time is acquired experience in the use of the technological tool

In the introduction session, Jesús Camy, IMOLA II Project Manager, explained the state of play of the IMOLA II project and presented the next steps to be undertaken.

On this occasion, ELRA had the honor to welcome Gabriel Sima, from the European Commission, who made a presentation about Land Registry Interconnection, whose aim is to provide a single access point within the European e-Justice Portal to the EU Land Registers, and the integration of the IMOLA II project.

Academics such as Elena Ioriatti (University of Trento) and Sjef Van Erp (University of Maastricht) are involved in the IMOLA II project.

Professor Ioriatti spoke about the legal formants and IMOLA II. The formants are useful not ony in the harmonization of the LR sytem, but also to uncover the right solution applicable in the framework or the adaptation principle in various regulations and to support Civil Justice in Europe

Professor Van Erp, for his part, made a presentation about the data mining, immovables and commodification and the possible introduction of a land data passport.

The associative relations between terms, the Knowledge Management and the ELRD vocabulary were some of the topics dealt by the IMOLA coordination team.

Professor Anabel Fraga, from the Carlos III University of Madrid, and engineers Borja López and Miguel Téllez from the Reuse Company, solved doubts and explained how to add new terms and attributes.

Finally, our Austrian and Estonian colleagues made an overview of the LRI MS Connection Project, and Jacques Vos, Dutch CP, explained the Dutch experience in a national linked data model.

Thanks to the excellent work carried out by the IMOLA II coordination team, the speakers and the CPs, this 4th training session of the IMOLA II project was held in a collaborative environment in which CPs had the opportunity to discuss about semantic issues from a practical point of view and exchange good practices.



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