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  • Digital Curation Unit
    Conference MTSR 2011 Izmir Turkey October 2011 Communications in Computer and Information Science Volume 240 Pages 412 423 Original location URL Abstract This paper presents a new metadata aggregation approach based on a mediating repository that intends to ensure the integrity authenticity and semantic enrichment of metadata provided to Europeana by heterogeneous collections Primary metadata are mapped to CARARE schema a schema suitable for describing archaeological and architectural heritage assets

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=49 (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Curation Unit
    6966 Pages 77 88 Original location URL Abstract During the last decades many information providers such as libraries have been collecting organizing and delivering information in both print and digital format forming a hybrid information environment However exploration of a hybrid information environment does not result in a unified seeking experience which exploits most effectively the available resources This paper aims to identify the main factors that influence the adoption

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=50 (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Curation Unit
    Journal articles Preprints Conference papers Reports Presentations MSc Theses PhD Theses A curation aware repository supporting information intensive scholarly research Angelis S Benardou A Constantopoulos P Dallas C Gavrilis D 2010 6th International Digital Curation Conference Paper PDF Abstract Poster presentation and discussion of MOPSEUS a curation aware repository supporting information intensive scholarly research The latter has been analysed and mapped in the context of DCU s work on Preparing

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=1 (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Curation Unit
    Conference on Distributed Human Machine Systems Pages 317 322 Paper PDF Abstract Digital curation emerged recently as an important concept in the theory and management of cultural heritage information This paper presents the approach and research agenda adopted by the newly founded Digital Curation Unit of Athena Research Centre Greece and illustrates its relevance to the management and use of cultural heritage digital collections It highlights the need to tackle the risks of epistemic failure tied with the prospect of long term access to curated repositories and presents the case for multidisciplinary research informed by humanistic and social science as well as computer science perspectives A multi tiered research agenda it argues would need to resolve problems of representing domain knowledge developing and maintaining knowledge resources streamlining the enrichment of these resources from text automatically generating text from databases discovering and accessing domain associations enabling the use of databases containing valuable data over time conceptualizations of epistemic discourse and communication genres in specific contexts grounded research on the motives activities and contexts of digital resources appraisal knowledge enhancement and use and cost benefit assessment of preservation policies These complementary approaches are particularly relevant in the field of cultural heritage where

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=16 (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Curation Unit
    Abstract In this paper we present MOPSEUS a lightweight digital library service based on the Fedora system This service was created to address the needs of small libraries without support from technical staff Hence MOPSEUS attempts to balance flexibility against ease of installation configuration and use The service is available as a standard Java Web servlet uses no external databases or other systems and can easily be deployed on top

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=18 (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Curation Unit
    growing development of eGovernment information systems there is an increasing need to handle Public Sector Information PSI in a homogeneous way Ontologies are currently a powerful tool to act as semantic reference models for the development of information systems and as semantic mediators for achieving interoperability In this paper we analyze the procedures that lead to the PSI s production and management and we present all the concepts and agents

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=51 (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Curation Unit
    well as the architectural features of Mopseus a digital library service built on top of Fedora commons middleware designed to facilitate institutions to develop and preserve their own repositories The main advantage of Mopseus is that it minimizes the customization and programming effort that Fedora commons involves Moreover it provides an added value service which semantically annotates the internal structure of a Digital Object The paper focuses on the preservation

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=52 (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Curation Unit
    September 2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS Pages 38 45 Original location URL Abstract The wide use of a number of cultural heritage metadata schemas imposes the development of new interoperability techniques that facilitate unified access to cultural resources In this paper we focus on the ontology based semantic integration by proposing an expressive mapping language for the specification of the mappings between the XML based metadata schemas and

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=53 (2016-02-15)
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