%0 Journal Article
	%A Syerina Azlin Md Nasir and  Nor Laila Md Noor and  Suriyati Razali
	%D 2010
	%J International Journal of Materials and Textile Engineering 
	%B World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
	%I Open Science Index 38, 2010
	%T The Traditional Malay Textile (TMT)Knowledge Model: Transformation towards Automated Mapping
	%U https://publications.waset.org/pdf/12791
	%V 38
	%X The growing interest on national heritage
preservation has led to intensive efforts on digital documentation of
cultural heritage knowledge. Encapsulated within this effort is the
focus on ontology development that will help facilitate the
organization and retrieval of the knowledge. Ontologies surrounding
cultural heritage domain are related to archives, museum and library
information such as archaeology, artifacts, paintings, etc. The growth
in number and size of ontologies indicates the well acceptance of its
semantic enrichment in many emerging applications. Nowadays,
there are many heritage information systems available for access.
Among others is community-based e-museum designed to support the
digital cultural heritage preservation. This work extends previous
effort of developing the Traditional Malay Textile (TMT) Knowledge
Model where the model is designed with the intention of auxiliary
mapping with CIDOC CRM. Due to its internal constraints, the
model needs to be transformed in advance. This paper addresses the
issue by reviewing the previous harmonization works with CIDOC
CRM as exemplars in refining the facets in the model particularly
involving TMT-Artifact class. The result is an extensible model
which could lead to a common view for automated mapping with
CIDOC CRM. Hence, it promotes integration and exchange of
textile information especially batik-related between communities in
e-museum applications.
	%P 310 - 315