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Determining user interests about museum collections

Lloyd Rutledge, Lora Aroyo, Natalia Stash
2006 Proceedings of the 15th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '06  
domain vocabularies User model builds incrementally with interaction, allowing user to monitor and adjust collective ratings Recommending topics reflecting user interest in artworks Recommending additional  ...  user/context modeling Novice user finds interests without prior knowledge Provide semantics-enhanced recommendations: Content-based recommendation techniques Reasoning on both positively and negatively  ... 
doi:10.1145/1135777.1135912 dblp:conf/www/RutledgeAS06 fatcat:cjb2ccsppbgrjov53j45ri6qjy

My lost museum: User expectations and motivations for creating personal digital collections on museum websites

Paul F. Marty
2011 Library & Information Science Research  
Results from an online survey completed by visitors to six different museum websites show that users of personal digital collections systems are primarily motivated by a desire to create simple collections  ...  of objects and images, and are less influenced by the more complicated features museums have implemented to encourage user participation.  ...  The author would also like to thank the many museum professionals-particularly Scott Sayre and Silvia Filippini Fantoni -who have developed personal digital collections systems and engaged in conversations  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2010.11.003 fatcat:jnbrdxabbbeiblnbbxzarzfeha

Development of augmented reality application for introducing tangible cultural heritages at the lampung museum using the multimedia development life cycle

Imam Ahmad, Yuri Rahmanto, Devin Pratama, Rohmat Indra Borman
2021 Ilkom Jurnal Ilmiah  
If the museum visitors are seeking information about the collections, they will be assisted by museum guides orally.  ...  Museum Lampung is one of the largest museums in Lampung Province which has a collection of tangible cultural heritage.  ...  Visitors could easily find information about the museum collections and assist museum guides in providing explanations about existing collections, especially tangible cultural heritage at the museum.  ... 
doi:10.33096/ilkom.v13i2.859.187-194 fatcat:fu7fkfu2unb6zgvhjqdlpkdj5q


Mina Rofida Rahmatina, Chanifah Indah Ratnasari
2022 JTIULM (Jurnal Teknologi Informasi Universitas Lambung Mangkurat)  
The Kapustakan System is being developed to present various museum collections in digital representation, facilitating access to knowledge search, cross-referencing, and encouraging research.  ...  The Kapustakan System is a digital collection management system for the Keraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat.  ...  What do you think the design of an interesting museum website looks like? What is your response to a 3D visualized Online museum? How do you respond to online museums visualized in 2D?  ... 
doi:10.20527/jtiulm.v7i1.120 fatcat:uhqx5cbm4vf5teywpjjiccjxn4

Smart museum of everyday life history in Petrozavodsk State University: Software design and implementation of the semantic layer

Sergey A. Marchenkov, Andrey S. Vdovenko, Oksana B. Petrina, Dmitry G. Korzun
2017 2017 21st Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT)  
collection with the use of semantic ranking methods and in context of the user and exhibition, 2) collaborative addition of information sources and their semantic annotation within the museum collection  ...  Our software implementation demonstrates the feasibility of the proposed models in respect to the user mobility, service personalization, and collaborative work opportunity.  ...  Context property is helpful for determining area of interests and building personalized program in advance.  ... 
doi:10.23919/fruct.2017.8250186 dblp:conf/fruct/MarchenkovVPK17 fatcat:7zd3pp6dzfgb7kzx5nyunhfcva

Finding Your Way through the Rijksmuseum with an Adaptive Mobile Museum Guide [chapter]

Willem Robert van Hage, Natalia Stash, Yiwen Wang, Lora Aroyo
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes a real-time routing system that implements a mobile museum tour guide for providing personalized tours tailored to the user position inside the museum and interests.  ...  The package uses (1) the CHIP user prole containing user's preferences and current location; (2) the semantically enriched Rijksmuseum collection and (3) the coordinates of the artworks and rooms in the  ...  All the CHIP Web-based tools 8 for browsing the online collections, planning personalized museum tours, getting recommendations about interesting artworks to see, and quickly nding their ways in the museum  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-13486-9_4 fatcat:34w36tjpwffulioiqfqxn5zzcm

An Introduction to Involving Users

Paul F. Marty, Michelle M. Kazmer
2011 Library Trends  
Many libraries, archives, and museums provide their users with social computing environments that include the ability to tag collections, annotate objects, and otherwise contribute their thoughts to the  ...  Their efforts contribute to ongoing broad-based discussions about what happens when users are involved in shaping, guiding, and directing the development of online libraries, archives, and museums and  ...  museums, the digital museum in the life of the user, and the digital convergence of libraries, archives, and museums.  ... 
doi:10.1353/lib.2011.0019 fatcat:7sczy6x7pfh2dp5uayy4xk5hne

A platform for virtual museums with personalized content

B. Bonis, J. Stamos, S. Vosinakis, I. Andreou, T. Panayiotopoulos
2008 Multimedia tools and applications  
This paper presents a content personalization platform for Virtual Museums, which is based on a semantic description of content and on information implicitly collected about the users through their interactions  ...  The proposed platform uses stereotypes to initialize user models, adapts user profiles dynamically and clusters users into similar interest groups.  ...  and enrichment of large museum collections.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-008-0231-2 fatcat:2ozedgtyejhwzfhppchg4jjhm4


Katina Hazelden, Matthew Yee-King, Roberto Confalonieri, Carles Sierra, Fiammetta Ghedini, Dave de Jonge, Nardine Osman, Mark d'Inverno
2013 CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems on - CHI EA '13  
WeCurate provides a synchronised image browser across multiple devices to enable a group of users to work together to curate a collection of images, through negotiation and collective decision making.  ...  WeCurate is a multiuser museum interactive system that allows users to collaboratively create a virtual exhibition from a cultural image archive.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the Horniman Museum for all their help.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2468356.2468457 dblp:conf/chi/HazeldenYCSGJOd13 fatcat:pcxlu5hmbbfixnei5fvyltefxm

Museum informatics and collaborative technologies: The emerging socio-technological dimension of information science in museum environments

Paul F. Marty
1999 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
This article examines the socio-technological impact of introducing advanced information technology into the Spurlock Museum, a museum of world history and culture at the University of Illinois.  ...  Viewed in a holistic fashion, such studies of collaborative activities within the museum will help shape the future of museum informatics, an emerging sub-discipline of the field of social informatics.  ...  Museums are of particular interest now as they begin to incorporate information technology into their work environments, raising many issues about the social organization of museums and many questions  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(1999)50:12<1083::aid-asi7>;2-b fatcat:6cxzathd7nd6fgbjsokmezfzte

Semantic Network Construction on Top of Museum Collection and Other Information Sources

Oksana Petrina, Dmitry Korzun
2020 Zenodo  
This work introduces the semantic network construction scheme on top of museum collection and other Information Sources. The problem of museum collections is reduced to weak description of exhibits.  ...  Semantic description about exhibits is represented as a semantic network formed according to ontological model.  ...  The profile description determines the personalization parameters for ranking, taking into account the interests of this user.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4007448 fatcat:homidtzf7venxeqrhjc5bcozxu

Smart Services as Cultural and Historical Heritage Information Assistance for Museum Visitors and Personnel

Dmitry Korzun, Svetlana Yalovitsyna, Valentina Volokhova
2018 Baltic Journal of Modern Computing  
New knowledge is created using active participation of the users themselves. In this paper, we overview the smart museum concept developed at Petrozavodsk State University (PetrSU).  ...  ., 2017) We consider smart museum information services that can be developed based on a semantic network interlinking the museum CHH collection, including knowledge acquired from visitors and museum personnel  ...  The museum personnel must provide expertise to determine the value of the provided information and to make decision on inclusion to the museum collection.  ... 
doi:10.22364/bjmc.2018.6.4.07 fatcat:siecowy7tbb3njbdfpkhegtbeu

Lost in gallery space: A conceptual framework for analyzing the usability flaws of museum Web sites

Paul Marty, Michael Twidale
2004 First Monday  
Example: A visitor to a museum Web site is interested in learning what artifacts are the highlights of the museum’s collections.  ...  Users often arrive at museum Web sites looking to find something in particular: information about a topic of interest to them, perhaps, or an online exhibit recommended by a friend.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v9i9.1171 fatcat:wxllwxe5cvdhxhsxlmwz2y5jj4

Educational Museum Action – Characteristics and Possibilities of Development

Kosjenka Laszlo Klemar, Željka Miklošević
2020 Etnološka istraživanja  
Curators of ethnographic collections and museum educators in Croatian ethnographic museums, having participated in the research, gave their contribution to determination of issues related to museum educational  ...  programs and to determination of their development potentials.  ...  MUSEUM PERSPECTIVE USERS PERSPECTIVE Promotion of museums and museum collections (10) Learning and obtaining information about a specific topic or content (9) More visits and visitors (7) , creating  ... 
doi:10.32458/ei.25.10 fatcat:i5d3qya6nbas5jftv3urdin7ua

Extending Museum Walls. Reaching out with site-specific, digital, and participatory interventions

Maja Rudloff
2016 Nordisk Museologi  
Thus, 47 EXTENDING MUSEUM WALLS while participation and sharing content might be interesting to the persons participating, the museum must also ask itself if participation is really interesting to users  ...  Over the years, the purpose of outreach has changed from being a response to an initial concern about disseminating knowledge related to museum collections to non-visitors of museums.  ... 
doi:10.5617/nm.3117 fatcat:wdlf5vutkraqjcywofuv35mwqu
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