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Information Retrieval in Cultural Heritage

Marijn Koolen, Jaap Kamps, Vincent de Keijzer
2009 Interdisciplinary Science Reviews  
This article discusses the opportunities and challenges of applying modern information retrieval techniques to the cultural heritage domain.  ...  In the second part, we discuss how and why the problem of providing access to cultural heritage can be cast naturally as an information retrieval problem.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was generously supported by the Netherlands Organisation for ScientiÞ c Research (NWO), within the Continuous Access To Cultural Heritage (CATCH) programme under project number  ... 
doi:10.1179/174327909x441153 fatcat:ne4szikkejha7ftpqoafqlcbru

Please mind the gap: The problems of information voids in the knowledge discovery process [chapter]

2022 The Trouble With Big Data  
A fundamental part of cultural heritage practitioners' practice is helping researchers with research problems and methods.  ...  Data in the cultural heritage domain necessarily must take many shapes as do the analogue 'originals' .  ... 
doi:10.5040/ fatcat:ncrpqur2rjei7hcsd6dkkhztxq

Digital Repositories and Data Harvests

2019 OLA Quarterly  
Moreover, libraries, through cooperatives and information sharing agreements, have made possible the construction of massive data systems that serve our nation's needs with respect to heritage content,  ...  (Oregon Heritage Commission), and Ross Fuqua and Arlene Weible (Oregon State Library) describe their work to develop important collections that have been or will be harvested and shared broadly with users  ...  cultural heritage content.  ... 
doi:10.7710/1093-7374.24.04 fatcat:l5of5ooicjfyrkxxfzdhfg45em

Sustaining Linked Ancient World Data [chapter]

Hugh A. Cayless, Monica Berti
2019 Digital Classical Philology  
This article will take the broader view of the definition of Linked Data suggested by Tim Berners-Lee's foundational "Linked Data -Design Issues" paper, as encompassing more types of data than simply RDF  ...  May 31st, 2018 marked the sixth anniversary of the Linked Ancient World Data Institute (LAWDI), a workshop funded by the US National Endowment For the Humanities.  ...  LOD opens up many interesting possibilities for cross-project data reuse and for building a true ecosystem of online cultural heritage resources, but the technology does not obviate the need for human  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110599572-004 fatcat:s23tkzpp2ja4fhu3cwh35hy3xq

Digital data archives as knowledge infrastructures: Mediating data sharing and reuse

Christine L. Borgman, Andrea Scharnhorst, Milena S. Golshan
2019 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
Sally Wyatt provided expert guidance throughout the study and commentary on interim drafts. Willeke Wendrich and Deidre Whitmore provided expertise on archaeological uses of data.  ...  Data analysis was conducted by Milena Golshan and Christine L. Borgman. Weblog analysis was conducted by Henk van den Berg.  ...  These include providers of search engines, library networks, cultural heritage portals, and websites that harvest and serve DANS data.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.24172 fatcat:kgh4viv2pve2jotzmptxihi7la

Data, Big and Small

Rachel H. Ellaway, David Topps, Martin Pusic
2019 Academic Medicine  
The book, then, does not just set out the vision or provide a synthesis, but disseminates information and knowledge in the area and, most important of all at the present time, aims to influence policy,  ...  As always, the main issue is not technology: it is rather the social, cultural, legal and organisational challenges that need to be met. This book sets out to address them.  ...  On the other hand, some commercial organisations may help to fund the digitisation of resources held by cultural-heritage sector organisations in return for the right to engage in commercial exploitation  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0000000000002465 fatcat:y66vg67cnbczhhhsijnollc5te

Just Looking Around: Supporting Casual Users Initial Encounters with Digital Cultural Heritage

David Walsh, Mark Michael Hall
2015 European Conference on Information Retrieval  
However, for their digital collections, the CH institutions mostly provide a simple search-box, which supports the expert user, but which does not support the casual user who has just stumbled across the  ...  Cultural Heritage institutions have developed numerous ways of supporting visitors who have simply wandered in through the front door.  ...  Hierarchical systems [10] were intended to help organize large sets of documents into groups or categories [8] enabling searchers to perform more sophisticated browsing tactics such as traversing and  ... 
dblp:conf/ecir/WalshH15 fatcat:jsrlwd3oqzejbjhz6j3vdnc4ke

Web Syndication Approaches for Sharing Primary Data in "Small Science" Domains

Eric C. Kansa, Ahrash Bissell
2010 Data Science Journal  
Publishing data in the small sciences should embrace this diversity rather than attempt to corral research into "universal" (domain) standards.  ...  A growing ecosystem of increasingly powerful Web syndication based approaches for sharing data on the public Web can offer a viable approach.  ...  Much archaeological research takes place as part of heritage or cultural resource management.  ... 
doi:10.2481/dsj.009-012 fatcat:nefioru7trhotm4pyih2ok6dye

20 Artificial Intelligence and Text and Data Mining: Future Rules for Libraries? [chapter]

H. Andrés Izquierdo
2022 Navigating Copyright for Libraries  
, access, and use of vast amounts of data.  ...  But there is growing attention and discussion on how global and domestic copyright law should allow or impede access to the use of data.  ...  Craig, Ueno Tatsuhiro, Camille Françoise, Adeen Postar, Ben White, Heather Neisworth, and Susan Reilly for help and contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110732009-022 fatcat:3u234oiz5jdrdgaxu6ftbsp5pa

Open Access To Data

Anna Donovan, Rachel Finn, Kush Wadhwa, Lorenzo Bigagli, Guillermo Vega Gorgojo, Martin Georg Skjæveland
2014 Zenodo  
Open Access to Data. Deliverable D2.3 BYTE Project.  ...  existence and characteristics of the original cultural heritage.  ...  Europeana 213 , 213 Europe's flagship resource for making Europe's cultural heritage accessible to the world, is arguably the most obvious initiative to exemplify open access to cultural heritage data  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.49171 fatcat:qzjytmfo25fmppvyluok74ly3e

Do nondomain experts enlist the strategies of domain experts?

Karen M. Drabenstott
2003 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Interviews, audio recordings, screen captures, and observations were used to gather data from 14 undergraduate students who searched an academic library's Information Gateway.  ...  The few times that the undergraduates in this study enlisted search strategies that were characteristic of domain experts, it usually took perseverance, trial-and-error, serendipity, or a combination of  ...  The third type does describe the known-item searching of domain experts. Only Searcher E enlisted this strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.10281 fatcat:yuslphpw45b6rddurvge26y5um

Interactive Tools for the Preservation, Dissemination and Study of Silk Heritage—An Introduction to the SILKNOW Project

Cristina Portalés, Jorge Sebastián, Ester Alba, Javier Sevilla, Mar Gaitán, Paz Ruiz, Marcos Fernández
2018 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
However, silk has today become a seriously endangered heritage.  ...  The silk trade also allowed for the exchange of ideas and innovations, having impacts at economic, technical, functional, cultural and symbolic levels.  ...  Silk heritage in the Knowledge Society: from punched cards to big data, deep learning and visual/tangible simulations" project, which has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti2020028 fatcat:lsqrzmb5ojenfc2lgshtc4vfaq

Organizing subject access to cultural heritage in Swedish online museums

Koraljka Golub, Pawel Michal Ziolkowski, Goran Zlodi
2021 Journal of Documentation  
organization and information retrieval of cultural heritage.  ...  Much effort has been invested into digitizing cultural heritage collections, but access to them is hindered by poor search functionality.  ...  SPECTRUM standardizes collection management procedures and data structure.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-05-2021-0094 fatcat:kgk45ptz75hiveyjjqmklk47ru

Evaluating Utility and Automatic Classification of Subject Metadata from Research Data Australia

Mingfang Wu, Ying-Hsang Liu, Rowan Brownlee, Xiuzhen Zhang
2021 Knowledge organization  
seekers use subject metadata when searching for data.  ...  Through an analysis of user search behaviour as recorded in search logs, we find evidence that users utilise the subject metadata for data discovery.  ...  Joel Benn, ARDC Manager of Development Operations for extracting and providing log data and the RDA metadata collection and to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2021-3-219 fatcat:3xxmlzmkobb63dcgojsdsamyry

Learning the semantics of structured data sources

Mohsen Taheriyan, Craig A. Knoblock, Pedro Szekely, José Luis Ambite
2016 Journal of Web Semantics  
Information sources such as relational databases, spreadsheets, XML, JSON, and Web APIs contain a tremendous amount of structured data that can be leveraged to build and augment knowledge graphs.  ...  Semantic models of data sources represent the implicit meaning of the data by specifying the concepts and the relationships within the data.  ...  We are also grateful to Yinyi Chen for her help in creating the gold standard models for our evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.websem.2015.12.003 fatcat:e6npeu5sszbrdkpwckkcir7oae
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