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  • Digital Curation Unit
    1 Pages 34 45 Find out more Solving differential equations with constructed neural networks Tsoulos I Gavrilis D Glavas E Neurocomputing Volume 72 Issues 10 12 Pages 2385 2391 Find out more Metadata Interoperability in Public Sector Information Bountouri L Papatheodorou C Soulikias V Stratis M Journal of Information Science Volume 35 Pages 204 231 Find out more Representing Context Dependent Information in Cultural Collections M Gergatsoulis P Lilis I Lourdi C Papatheodorou International Journal of Semantic Computing Volume 3 2 Pages 255 276 Find out more Semantic Integration of Collection Description Combining CIDOC CRM and Dublin Core Collections Application Profile I Lourdi C Papatheodorou M Doerr D Lib Magazine Volume 15 7 8 Find out more Exploring usefulness and usability in the evaluation of open access digital libraries Tsakonas G Papatheodorou C Information Processing and Management an International Journal Volume 44 3 Pages 1234 1250 Find out more Named Entity Recognition in Greek Texts with an Ensemble of SVMs and Active Learning Lucarreli G Vasilakos X Androutsopoulos I International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools IJAIT Volume 16 6 Pages 1015 1045 Find out more A multi layer metadata schema for digital folklore collections Lourdi I Papatheodorou C Nikolaidou M

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    Publications Events News Search Home Publications Publications Publications Books Book chapters Journal articles Preprints Conference papers Reports Presentations MSc Theses PhD Theses 1 2 3 Speaking the Users Languages Isard A Oberlander J Matheson C Androutsopoulos I IEEE Intelligent Systems

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    necessity of developing a pragmatic alternative to the dominant custodial theorization of digital curation as an umbrella concept for digital preservation data curation electronic records and digital asset management Starting from a historical account and an examination of prevalent definitions it points to the current dependence of digital curation on a prescriptive approach rooted in its cognate field of digital preservation aiming to serve the needs of professional stewardship It demonstrates the disconnect of this theorization with the rich historical traditions of museum curatorship where the notion of curation originated its inability to act as a framework for understanding the diversity and pervasiveness of contemporary digital curation practices in the wild such as content curation personal archiving and pro am digitization and its dependence on a wild frontier ideology dissonant with contemporary critical cultural heritage scholarship The alternative pragmatic approach views digital curation as a contact zone practice routinely performed by a broad range of actors including researchers artists users and communities on dynamically evolving objects domain knowledge representations and interactions beyond the curation life cycle prescribed for custodial environments On this basis this study calls for a formalreconceptualization of digital curation adequate knowledge representation of its objects evidence based

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    for e science and e research of the International Journal on Metadata Semantics and Ontologies This special issue seeks to draw attention to the on going challenges that scientists and systems developers face in the area of metadata and data management for e science and e research In particular the objectives of this special issue are a to present some of the latest research in this field especially in relation

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    Digital Libraries TPDL 2013 Publications Books Book chapters Journal articles Preprints Conference papers Reports Presentations MSc Theses PhD Theses Introduction to the focused issue on the 17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries TPDL 2013 T Aalberg C Papatheodorou 2014 Int J on Digital Libraries IJDL Volume Vol 14 3 4 Pages 81 82 Original location URL Abstract Cite as T Aalberg C Papatheodorou 2014 Introduction to

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    rates and shares have been proposed as alternative ways for measuring the impact of digital content published in the form of articles datasets etc Mendeley s Readership Statistics are one of these metrics based on the assumption that there is a linkage between a paper in a collection and the interests of the collection owner The current study explores the altmetric aspects of the literature of the digital libraries evaluation

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    typically express a single axiom at a time in controlled often not entirely fluent natural language primarily for the benefit of domain experts we aim to generate fluent and coherent multi sentence texts for end users With a system like NaturalOWL one can publish information in OWL on the Web along with automatically produced corresponding texts in multiple languages making the information accessible not only to computer programs and domain

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    and Arts Computing Volume 7 Pages 105 127 Original location URL Abstract The need for a firm understanding of the working practices of researchers in the humanities emerges as a prerequisite for the development of effective digital research infrastructures This paper will focus on the rationale behind the design and implementation of two related studies conducted in the context of two European e Infrastructures projects DARIAH and EHRI Within DARIAH the challenge involved conducting analysing and understanding research practices of arts and humanities researchers a largely ill defined community encompassing a wide spectrum of disciplines Each of them deals with a variety of objects employing an extensive number of methods In the context of EHRI the challenge is slightly different due to the involvement of a better defined research community Holocaust researchers share well identified objects common ground on methods and handle similar setbacks In this paper we discuss the approach adopted for designing and implementing qualitative user centric studies aimed at capturing activities methods and types of information objects employed by researchers grounded in identified research goals and questions It addresses both generic and specific entities and processes and supports the understanding of researchers working practices in settings as

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