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JOCCH Special Issue on Digital Infrastructures for Cultural Heritage (2nd part) Guest Editors: Massimo De Santo, Franco Niccolucci, and Julian Richards
Massimo De Santo, Franco Niccolucci, Julian Richards
Article No.: 13
A Web-Based Infrastructure for the Assisted Annotation of Heritage Collections
Jacob Foley, Paul Kwan, Mitchell Welch
Article No.: 14
Annotations provide a valuable perspective on the semantic information present in digital heritage collections, and in recent years they've been employed in a number of innovative, user-centric techniques that can personalise a user's experience...
A Knowledge Management Architecture for Digital Cultural Heritage
Mauro Dragoni, Sara Tonelli, Giovanni Moretti
Article No.: 15
The increasing demand of technological facilities for galleries, museums, and archives has led to the need for designing practical and effective solutions for managing the digital life cycle of cultural heritage collections. These facilities have...
Supporting Semantic Interoperability in Conservation-Restoration Domain: The PARCOURS Project
Cheikh Niang, Claudia Marinica, Beatrice Markhoff, Elise Leboucher, Olivier Malavergne, Luc Bouiller, Claude Darrieumerlou, Francois Laissus
Article No.: 16
In this article, we present a semantic-based approach for dealing with the interoperability issue in the conservation-restoration domain. We first evaluate the context and our observations confirm the critical need for a data integration system...
Innovation through Large-Scale Integration of Legacy Records: Assessing the “Value Added” in Cultural Heritage Resources
Carrie Heitman, Worthy Martin, Stephen Plog
Article No.: 17
Using the Chaco Research Archive (CRA) as a case study, in this article, we discuss the spectrum of intellectual decisions: conceptualization, design, and development, required to make legacy records (accumulated over many years through numerous...
ARIADNE: A Research Infrastructure for Archaeology
Carlo Meghini, Franco Niccolucci, Achille Felicetti, Paola Ronzino, Federico Nurra, Christos Papatheodorou, Dimitris Gavrilis, Maria Theodoridou, Martin Doerr, Douglas Tudhope, Ceri Binding, Roberto Scopigno, Andreas Vlachidis, Julian Richards, Holly Wright, Guntram Geser, Sebastian Cuy, Johan Fihn, Bruno Fanini, Hella Hollander
Article No.: 18
Research e-infrastructures, digital archives, and data services have become important pillars of scientific enterprise that in recent decades have become ever more collaborative, distributed, and data intensive. The archaeological research...