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Fluid ontologies for digital museums

Ramesh Srinivasan, Jeffrey Huang
2005 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
Fluid ontologies allow for a tighter coupling between communities' interests and the browsing structure of a digital museum.  ...  Fluid ontologies allow for a tighter coupling between communitiesrsquo interests and the browsing structure of a digital museum.  ...  implications for the future design of digital museums.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-004-0105-9 fatcat:2pj4duwjezccbjgln7qetebsti

Ontology and rule based retrieval of sound objects in augmented audio reality system for museum visitors

Marek Hatala, Leila Kalantari, Ron Wakkary, Kenneth Newby
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 ACM symposium on Applied computing - SAC '04  
The source for the audio data is digital sound objects. The digital objects originate in a network of object repositories that connect digital content from one museum with other museums collections.  ...  The retrieval mechanism is built on the user model and conceptual descriptions of the sound object and museum artifacts in the form of ontologies for sound and psychoacoustics, topic ontology and Conceptual  ...  Authors would especially thank to the Mark Graham and his colleagues in the Nature Museum in Ottawa for the enthusiastic support to this project. We would also like to  ... 
doi:10.1145/967900.968114 dblp:conf/sac/HatalaKWN04 fatcat:vellg2o2hvbmzapbosn5d2pd4m

Knowledge Management for Disparate Etruscan Cultural Heritage

John McAuley, James D. Carswell
2008 Second International Conference on the Digital Society  
The system uses the CIDOC CRM ontology to consolidate a virtual repository of geographically disparate heritage databases and present a holistic view of a fragmented heritage.  ...  Increasingly however, museums and heritage institutions are investing resources in digitizing their collections.  ...  on information and knowledge management for this "new" digital heritage information.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icds.2008.18 dblp:conf/icds/McAuleyC08 fatcat:6sxlf7h3zbe6lgh7zn3kin5ism

Challenges and Potential of the Digitization of Anthropological Collections in Argentina [chapter]

Diego Ballestero
2021 Digitalisierung ethnologischer Sammlungen  
I would also like to thank the editors of this volume for their helpful suggestions and comments on preliminary versions of the manuscript. All errors and/or omissions are my absolute authorship.  ...  pointed out that the digitization of museum collections offers the opportunity to develop fluid and reflective ontologies adapted to the priorities of the actors involved (Srinivasan/Huang 2005) .  ...  It is in this capacity to develop fluid ontologies that digitization becomes an invaluable instrument for the interpellation and deconstruction of museological practices at both practical and theoretical  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783839457900-008 fatcat:muhve7xkyzdjpmnwzouqlb2z2e

Digital Representation of Indigenous Peoples through Sharing, Collaboration, and Negotiation: An Introduction

Christina Gish Hill, Medeia Csoba DeHass
2018 Museum Anthropology Review  
In the past decade, digital media have been increasingly employed in museums in a variety of ways.  ...  may bring to digital collaborations with Indigenous communities.  ...  Like museums, digital spaces can also become collaborative venues for representing Indigenous pasts and presents.  ... 
doi:10.14434/mar.v12i2.23540 fatcat:qx3tohqd7nbmxk2vp436ufxoda

Return to Babel: Emergent Diversity, Digital Resources, and Local Knowledge

Robin Boast, Michael Bravo, Ramesh Srinivasan
2007 The Information Society  
Of particular concern is how these digital resources can support and preserve local identities and promote grass-roots involvement in creating the infrastructure of devolved governance.  ...  Further, this article demonstrates how the implications of these issues impact institutions for managing knowledge that may be extended to all sorts of knowledge communities.  ...  fluid ontological approach (Bowker & Star, 1999; Srinivasan & Huang, 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972240701575635 fatcat:oxwiqqgelbfldh23yps5scrami

Small Data Theorizing

Vicki Mayer
2020 Communication Theory  
and ordinary institutions, such as universities and museums.  ...  Small data theorizing is a way of generalizing a framework for understanding the role of the collaborators in digital archiving and database design processes, which often involve both communication researchers  ...  ViaNolaVie digital archive since 2015.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ct/qtaa029 fatcat:qajgxrqytrcl3el7246lp3jzyy

The role of standards in creating community

Kathi C. Martin
2004 Alternate track papers & posters of the 13th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW Alt. '04  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Many thanks to Xia Lin, my collaborator on the project, Dave Gehosky, project photographer; Bella Veksler, Collection Curator, and Karuna Pandey and Aninna King, Graduate Assistants to the project for  ...  for digital libraries and develop open source digital library tools  ...  and research communities through the fluid sharing of information OAI can enable.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1010432.1010439 fatcat:vcbs37uih5ggppfapqp2pxjopy

The role of standards in creating community

Kathi C. Martin
2004 Proceedings of the 13th international World Wide Web conference on Alternate track papers & posters - WWW Alt. '04  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Many thanks to Xia Lin, my collaborator on the project, Dave Gehosky, project photographer; Bella Veksler, Collection Curator, and Karuna Pandey and Aninna King, Graduate Assistants to the project for  ...  for digital libraries and develop open source digital library tools  ...  and research communities through the fluid sharing of information OAI can enable.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1013367.1013374 dblp:conf/www/Martin04 fatcat:zpqfuyow4rhlxocypvaiixvypa

Ethnomethodological architectures: Information systems driven by cultural and community visions

Ramesh Srinivasan
2007 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
As networked digital systems are rapidly created and deployed, social, cultural, and communityfocused issues are often neglected.  ...  As networked digital systems are rapidly created and deployed, social, cultural, and community-focused issues are often neglected.  ...  The author would like to thank Alexander Allain and Arthur Bradford Ellis, both of Harvard University, for their assistance as researchers and developers on the described project.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20544 fatcat:gjgfijs6ljaf7onpov66aoef5i

Academetron, automaton, phantom: uncanny digital pedagogies

Siân Bayne
2010 London Review of Education  
Uncanny pedagogies are seen as a generative way of working with the new ontologies of the digital.  ...  This paper explores the possibility of an uncanny digital pedagogy.  ...  What would a digital pedagogy look like which engaged purposefully with this fluid, haunted space?  ... 
doi:10.1080/14748460903557589 fatcat:22ki4qw42rfylp3p6ztylfsa3m

An Actor-Network Perspective on Collections Documentation and Data Practices at Museums

Juhee Park
2021 Museum & Society  
Digital design objects, the museum's new type of collection, are seen as a driving force for change in collections documentation practices.  ...  The improvement of digital technology over recent decades has advanced the ability of museums to manage records of their collections and share them online.  ...  Ajmar, and Claudia Heidebluth, for enormous support in various ways.  ... 
doi:10.29311/mas.v19i2.3455 fatcat:tr5eoe726vfuhn7swwciideev4

19 I. Sicily: Building a Digital Corpus of the Inscriptions of Ancient Sicily [chapter]

Jonathan R. W. Prag, James Chartrand
2019 Crossing Experiences in Digital Epigraphy  
We examine the potential for the creation of Linked Open Data, which we consider essential to creating the primary point of reference for the study of Sicilian epigraphy, and to the creation of a resource  ...  through the project's webinterface, and indirectly by supporting and facilitating the work of the institutions which curate the majority of the material: we conclude with an illustration of a wideranging, museum-based  ...  and, where no appropriate ontologies exist, creating a new ontology with new terms).  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110607208-020 fatcat:mu3pm6rqinhh5flrajm65l6faa

TRAIL 2.3: Towards interoperability of archaeological and natural history object data

Florian Thiery, Allard Mees, Christian Bölling
2022 Zenodo  
disciplines, its formal description using the Web Ontology Lan-guage (OWL) and its reference implementation in WissKI.  ...  Based on domain-specific data models, the subject of this TRAIL is the development of a con-ceptual data model realizing semantic interoperability for collection object provenance data for the different  ...  In this context, the boundaries between the disciplines of natural history and archaeology are fluid, especially in the light of new analytical methods and digital evaluation strategies, and multiple usage  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5849853 fatcat:deu3jyp5znettkrk3khbrkrcjm

On the Emerging Supremacy of Structured Digital Data in Archaeology: A Preliminary Assessment of Information, Knowledge and Wisdom Left Behind

Piraye Hacıgüzeller, James Stuart Taylor, Sara Perry
2021 Open Archaeology  
Structured digital data are often venerated for their capacities to facilitate interoperability, equitable data exchange, democratic forms of engagement with, and widespread reuse of archaeological records  ...  In this article, we discuss what we call the emerging supremacy of structured digital data in archaeology and seek to question the consequences of their ubiquity.  ...  PH authored Section 2: Structured Digital Data (and Texts as Unstructured Data) in Archaeology and Section 3: Mapping Çatalhöyük Texts to CRM with major contributions from JST and minor contributions from  ... 
doi:10.1515/opar-2020-0220 fatcat:ifjxgysjtjc7peetbbzu2fl2da
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