Kirjayhtymä, 1987, Helsinki, 293 pp. This paper shows how biographical registries can be represented as Linked Data, enriched by data linking to related data sources, and used in Digital Humanities. While the reports may represent the end product of a specific excavation, the archaeological record tells a story; it is interpretative and dynamic, with later excavations adding new knowledge and narratives. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Springer-Verlag, 2015. How-ever, in order to harness this collective data source, challenges relating to data heterogeneity, quality, scale, and indexing and querying com-plexity must be resolved.
In addition, it is not clear what might be the most suitable evaluation techniques for analyzing the suggested methods and tools. Therefore, we require a novel metadata model for digital archives of cultural heritage. Examining how these challenges are eventually resolved sets the agenda for Linked Data research in the future. In order to resolve this issue, we developed a correlation pipeline for the integration of the semantic, spatial and morphological dimension of a built heritage. On the Semantic Web, such an infrastructure includes shared metadata models, ontologies, and logical reasoning, and is supported by shared ontology and other Web services alleviating the use of the new technology and linked data in legacy cataloging systems. The authors describe an inventory and content management system and the conceptual and architectural choices that were made to allow its evolution, standards' compliance and multi-purpose use as a cultural data provider.
Cultural Heritage has become one of the most successful application domains of Linked Data and Semantic. The challenges, both external and internal, posed by this change will be addressed. In this article, methods to enrich cross-lingual information for Linked Data are summarized, with a review on the cultural heritage domain. Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management. This is more likely to happen with languages like Russian that use patronymics, or any language where the name differs substantially from the English ie most languages.
This paper presents the design and implementation of a eLearning system which supports personalized and adaptive eLearning. Why homonyms disrupt databases is because the ontologies are so restrictive, and may not be able to account for more than one version of something. In order for these collections to be linked they must follow the same metadata standard, problematic when you stop to consider how many different institutions and possibilities for unique metadata there are. Conceptual ex- pansion is implemented by a novel intelligent operator for traversing transitive re- lationships among cyclic concept networks. The 21 full papers, 47 project papers, and 29 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 537 submissions. A technical so- lution to the problem based on semantic web technologies is proposed and its demonstrational implementation is discussed.
In order to manage identities correctly, authority control is used by library and information scientists for disam-biguating and cross-referencing entity names. We also describe the process that we have followed and the dificulties involved in web data extraction. Cultural Heritage has become one of the most successful application domains of Linked Data and Semantic web technologies. On the Semantic Web, such an infrastructure includes shared metadata models, ontologies, and logical reasoning, and is supported by shared ontology and other Web services alleviating the use of the new technology and linked data in legacy cataloging systems. One way to promote peace is to make reliable data about the war openly available for everybody to learn.
Like other heritage institutions, audiovisual archives adopt structured vocabularies for their metadata management. In the sphere of contemporary information science, there is abundance of instruments for managing and modelling any kind of information including cultural heritage data. In order for Linked Data applications to consume data from this global data space in an integrated fashion, a number of challenges have to be overcome. In this paper, we argue for a need to shift focus in semantic search from the items themselves to using them as lenses to wider topics. In 2011, Villazón-Terrazas et al.
It does this by employing a point and click user interface with mutually constraining views utilising knowledge structure hierarchies for both query specification and the presentation of results. Three main points of impact were observed. Author by : Erik T. This application integrates contents produced by a large domain panel such as painting, sculpture, arts of drawing fields, and from web pages, data related to places, historical events, cultural sites, etc. One of these challenges is to rate and to integrate data based on their quality.
Of these, some 20 million entities have coordinate information. It is produced in a distributed, open fashion by museums, libraries, archives, and media organizations, as well as individual persons. The data has been used to answer complex questions, such as what topics should one write about, if one wants to get a literary award based on statistics. Please click button to get publishing and using cultural heritage linked data on the semantic web book now. Suomen Tekoälyseura, Helsinki, 1992, 291 pp.
Lisp World 2: Programming Techniques and Environments. This survey looks at how far we have come since the turn of the millennium and discusses the remaining challenges that will define the research directions in this area in the near future. The paper discusses the process of semantically representing and enriching the available cultural heritage data, and reveals the challenges of semantically expressing interrelations and groupings among the physical items, the venue and the available digital resources. Application of the principles and technologies of Linked Data and the Semantic Web is a new, promising approach to address these problems. This program was completed by a demonstration and poster session, in which researchers had the chance to present their latest results and advances in the form of live demos. As can be seen, the steps to solve the limitations of Cultural Heritage institution data has led to many important developments in linked open data.