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Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH), Volume 10 Issue 1, March 2017

Section: Special Issue on Digital Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage, Part 1

In Memoriam: David Arnold (1951--2016)
Roberto Scopigno, Karina Rodriguez Echavarria
Article No.: 1e
DOI: 10.1145/3028781

Digging Wikipedia: The Online Encyclopedia as a Digital Cultural Heritage Gateway and Site
Christian Pentzold, Esther Weltevrede, Michele Mauri, David Laniado, Andreas Kaltenbrunner, Erik Borra
Article No.: 5
DOI: 10.1145/3012285

The online encyclopedia Wikipedia is both a cultural reference to store, refer to, and organize digitized and digital information, as well as a key contemporary digital heritage endeavor in itself. Capitalizing on this dual nature of the project,...

The European Holocaust Research Infrastructure Portal
Tobias Blanke, Michael Bryant, Michal Frankl, Conny Kristel, Reto Speck, Veerle Vanden Daelen, René Van Horik
Article No.: 1
DOI: 10.1145/3004457

Over the course of the past century, there have been significant changes in the practices of archives driven by the massive increase in the volume of records for archiving, a larger and more diverse user base, and the digital turn. This paper...

The Digital Music Lab: A Big Data Infrastructure for Digital Musicology
Samer Abdallah, Emmanouil Benetos, Nicolas Gold, Steven Hargreaves, Tillman Weyde, Daniel Wolff
Article No.: 2
DOI: 10.1145/2983918

In musicology and music research generally, the increasing availability of digital music, storage capacities, and computing power enable and require new and intelligent systems. In the transition from traditional to digital musicology, many...

Improving Archaeologists’ Online Archive Experiences Through User-Centred Design
Christopher Power, Andrew Lewis, Helen Petrie, Katie Green, Julian Richards, Mark Eramian, Brittany Chan, Ekta Walia, Isaac Sijaranamual, Maarten De Rijke
Article No.: 3
DOI: 10.1145/2983917

Traditionally, the preservation of archaeological data has been limited by the cost of materials and the physical space required to store them, but for the last 20 years, increasing amounts of digital data have been generated and stored online....