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SACHER Project

Silvia Bertacchi, Isam Mashhour Al Jawarneh, Fabrizio Ivan Apollonio, Gianna Bertacchi, Michele Cancilla, Luca Foschini, Costantino Grana, Giuseppe Martuscelli, Rebecca Montanari
2018 Proceedings of the 4th EAI International Conference on Smart Objects and Technologies for Social Good - Goodtechs '18  
The SACHER project provides a distributed, open source and federated cloud platform able to support the life-cycle management of various kinds of data concerning tangible Cultural Heritage.  ...  data from heterogeneous sources.  ...  several heterogeneous sources to comply with a unified MuSE format, cleaning source data, discover and resolve outliers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3284869.3284871 dblp:conf/goodtechs/BertacchiJABCFG18 fatcat:e3c7nyfhh5aa3f5zvwhouugrzy

A Study about the 3S-based Great Ruins Monitoring and Early-warning System

W. Xuefeng, H. Zhongyuan, L. Gongli, Z. Li
2015 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
a highly automatic, real-time and intelligent great ruins monitoring and early-warning system in order to realize collection, processing, updating, spatial visualization, analysis, distribution and sharing  ...  Now the ruins monitoring mainly adopt general monitoring data processing system which can not effectively exert management, display, excavation analysis and data sharing of the relics monitoring data.  ...  Firstly, get to know the general information about the ruins area and design reasonable GPS control network distribution, then collect the on-the-spot GPS data, next process the GPS control network data  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsannals-ii-5-w3-357-2015 fatcat:qpfq427yprg5pmyswgf374lpsm

A CLOUD COMPUTING PLATFORM TO SUPPORT DIGITAL HERITAGE APPLICATION USING A SERVICE-ORIENTED APPROACH

S. Yang, M. Hou, P. Huo, A. Li, L. Jiang
2020 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
With the development of digitization and accumulation of data, the digital information processing system for cultural heritage keeps updating.  ...  This platform completely encapsulated a large number of cultural heritage data processing algorithms.  ...  Since the raw data express the objective information of cultural heritage, when it comes to a variety of complex practical applications, it is difficult for general users to discover the internal relationship  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xliii-b2-2020-1497-2020 fatcat:mluw63mwpna7zdzum4ykq2i3o4

Linked Metadata and New Discoveries

Julienne Pascoe
2015 Scholarly and Research Communication  
This article examines the opportunities and challenges surrounding the creation and use of linked open data (LOD) for cultural heritage resources in libraries, archives, and museums.  ...  With a specific focus on the metadata projects at Canadiana.org, this article explores LOD principles and strategies for implementation within the context of cultural heritage collections, highlighting  ...  Web connect documents into a single global information space, Linked Data enables links to be set between items in different data sources and therefore connect these sources into a single global data  ... 
doi:10.22230/src.2015v6n2a218 fatcat:aq7upmunjrfuzdjbonq2ckuwju

Grey Literature — The Chameleon of Information Resources

Snježana Ćirković
2018 Infotheca - Journal for Digital Humanities  
Grey literature plays an important role in the rapid and timely distribution of in-depth, recent, scientific and technical information, and also provides access to a broad range of data and often contains  ...  Furthermore, grey literature is an important source of original research and up to date information.  ...  GreyNet further seeks to identify and distribute information on and about grey literature in networked environments.  ... 
doi:10.18485/infotheca.2018.18.1.5 fatcat:q7xpzj7txja3vnybcrrufbv7zy

The Digital Index of North American Archaeology: networking government data to navigate an uncertain future for the past

Eric C. Kansa, Sarah W. Kansa, Josh J. Wells, Stephen J. Yerka, Kelsey N. Myers, Robert C. DeMuth, Thaddeus G. Bissett, David G. Anderson
2018 Antiquity  
These data can provide a valuable link between specific categories of information available from publications, museum collections and online databases.  ...  It also aids in the preservation of those data and makes efforts to archive these research results more resilient to political turmoil.  ...  We are very grateful for the enthusiastic participation of the growing number of DINAA project partners.  ... 
doi:10.15184/aqy.2018.32 fatcat:uuhpkmb3djhhllxb6q5wwfx65a

Libraries and museums in the flat world*

Yaşar Tonta
2008 Library collections, acquisitions & technical services  
Networking also is changing the ways by which libraries and museums provide access to information sources and services.  ...  Friedman predicts that "connecting all the knowledge centers on the planet together into a single global network... could usher in an amazing era of prosperity and innovation".  ...  comments of the two anonymous reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649055.2008.10766187 fatcat:owtta7a2tfapxgqo3p4tjjruay

A survey of Web technology for metadata aggregation in cultural heritage

Nuno Freire, Antoine Isaac, Glen Robson, John Brooks Howard, Hugo Manguinhas, Leslie Chan, Fernando Loizides
2018 Information Services and Use  
Freire et al. / A survey of Web technology for metadata aggregation in cultural heritage isolation.  ...  In Europe, Europeana has the role of facilitating the usage of cultural heritage resources from and about Europe, and although many European cultural heritage organizations do not yet have a presence in  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the supporting work by Valentine Charles, from the Europeana Foundation, in the identification of requirements from the Europeana Network.  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-170859 fatcat:dehdk7ad2rhqhhndmlbgnrtxtu

Mapping the Past with Present Digital Tools: Historic Urban Landscape Research in Chinese City, Xi'an Walled City Area

Xi Wang, Feng Han, Xiaozhe Bian, Zhifeng Li
2018 Built heritage  
Within the context of urbanisation and heritage deterioration happened past decades in Chinese cities, this paper proposes an innovative HUL Information System that can be used to integrate the approach  ...  This research aims to show the potential of the HUL Information System as a technical support for urban conservation in Chinese cities, particularly with regard to mapping resources, which is fundamental  ...  in another way: discovering the value of implementing the HUL approach in China.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bf03545683 fatcat:sw3wrascdzfqzmpnk7eovwsiiu

Digital Heritage [chapter]

Xinyuan Wang, Rosa Lasaponara, Lei Luo, Fulong Chen, Hong Wan, Ruixia Yang, Jing Zhen
2019 Manual of Digital Earth  
Spatial information technology provides a new applied theory and tool for the protection and utilization of natural and cultural heritage. This chapter is divided into four parts.  ...  In the fourth part, the future development trends of digital heritage research in protection and utilization are described, as well as six research directions that deserve attention.  ...  Due to the rapid development of information technology in the internet and big data era, the visual demonstration of heritage information from multiple sources can be realized through virtual reconstruction  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-32-9915-3_17 fatcat:bqmrfyktevgexkcd67b62vfrui

DARIAH_Annual_Event_OpenScience_Introduction.pdf [article]

Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra
2018 Figshare  
This presentation gives you an insight into some of the key areas in the implementation of Open Science across the DARIAH network.  ...  Type 2: Much of the 'data' are primary source materials, produced as a result of the activities of cultural heritage institutions (archives, libraries, museums).  ...  Access to data type 2 is a key issue in the future development of not only digital humanities but all disciplines and studies (e.g. Palaeontology) that involve or rely on heritage data. ?  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6324269.v1 fatcat:kpxamcjmdrhkhoub3556wnypee

Openness of Information-Communications Systems: The Rescue Tool for Preserving Information Age Heritage

Fjodor Ruzic
2013 Informing Science  
Today, we are confronting many problems dealing with the preservation of information age heritage in the context of the continuous technology change as well as continuous digital content explosion.  ...  In a real life environment they can be operationalized into three main categories: technology, content/information/ knowledge and user interface/ability to state information needs, to find information  ...  Existence of various digital media forms and types, as well as distributed repositories and cloud data storage with networked information, presents a challenge for digital heritage conservation.  ... 
doi:10.28945/1883 fatcat:cqylvvs6jnef7gvz3go3nzgssm

Culturaitalia, the Italian National Content Aggregator in Europeana

Sara Di Giorgio
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
In line with the Europeana strategy of data re-use, CulturaItalia recently presented a section devoted to open data (http://dati.culturaitalia.it), which also makes it possible to search a selected dataset  ...  In this way the aggregated metadata can be widely distributed, connected and enriched.  ...  The shared goal to participate in the development of the Linked Open Data Cloud represents an important step for promoting digital cultural heritage, becoming a node in a wider network, and participating  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.10.008 fatcat:zj2q7qvxrjfcxklp7jq6gm6tda

Libraries and museums in the flat world: Are they becoming virtual destinations?

Yaşar Tonta
2008 Library collections, acquisitions & technical services  
Networking also is changing the ways by which libraries and museums provide access to information sources and services.  ...  Friedman predicts that "connecting all the knowledge centers on the planet together into a single global network. . . could usher in an amazing era of prosperity and innovation".  ...  Acknowledgments I am grateful to Professor Mícheál Mac an Airchinnigh, Trinity College, University of Dublin, for his meticulous reading of an earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lcats.2008.05.002 fatcat:eryfwwgdqjgwphkz2mjx5inbte

Cracking digital archival research and metadata: Archives Portal Europe

Kerstin Arnold, Laure Barbot, Frank Fischer, Klaus Illmayer, Johan Van der Eycken
2020 Zenodo  
This is embedded in a more general reflection on how metadata can inform researchers, connecting the work on APE with DARIAH's Working Group on Sustainable publishing of (meta)data, DARIAH's involvement  ...  Archives Portal Europe (APE) aggregates archival material from and about Europe, currently providing access to archival descriptions from more than 1,100 institutions of more than 30 countries in a single  ...  researchers querying for complex research questions (training & awareness for standards, policies, technical framework)PARTHENOS: aim• Semantic rich data from many sources can help in discovering new  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4280564 fatcat:ku2qpzlbyveajlo6ccimi3cfim
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