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  • Digital Curation Unit
    rich and diverse information In this paper the architecture of an innovative museum information system as well as its implementation details is presented In particular the requirements and the system architecture are presented along with the problems that were encountered The main directions of the system design are a to increase interoperability levels and therefore assist proactive curation and b to enhance navigation by the usage of handheld devices The

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=20 (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Curation Unit
    Publications Books Book chapters Journal articles Preprints Conference papers Reports Presentations MSc Theses PhD Theses Semantic integration of Collection level information A Crosswalk between CIDOC CRM and Dublin Core Collections Application Profile Lourdi I Papatheodorou C 2008 Proceedings of the annual conference of the International Documentation Committee of the International Council of Museums CIDOC 2008 Original location URL Abstract Cite as Lourdi I Papatheodorou C 2008 Semantic integration of Collection

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    Abstract In this paper a preparatory project for an integrated European research infrastructure in the humanities is presented This project Preparing for the construction of the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities or Preparing DARIAH for short is part of the ESFRI e infrastructures programme and supports the emergence of a new collaborative framework in which researchers are able to maximise the impact of their work on the international stage and aims at providing the foundations for the timely construction of the infrastructure requisite for the arts humanities and cultural heritage communities in the digital age DARIAH uses an interdisciplinary approach and involves tackling a number of interrelated issues such as strategic organisational financial technical and conceptual in order to facilitate long term access to and use of all European humanities and cultural heritage information for the purposes of enhancing and expanding research thereby increasing our knowledge and understanding of our histories heritage languages and cultures The DARIAH network will act as a place where the incubation of new ideas and ways of working can be facilitated and developed and then transitioned into established organisations thus ensuring long term sustainability and stability and the integration of these methods

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    location URL Paper PDF Abstract In recent years a wealth of information is becoming available thanks to computer and networking technology Modern libraries incorporate in their collections information content in both physical and digital form Meanwhile mobile computing enables the library patrons to access that content anytime anywhere In this paper we present the design procedure of a new library service that supports users in seeking information in hybrid collections

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    Volume 5173 Pages 148 159 Paper PDF Abstract In this paper a prototype of an Online Public Access Catalog OPAC is presented This new OPAC features new functionalities and utilizes web 2 0 technologies in order to deliver improved search and retrieval services Some of these new services include social tag annotations user opinions and ranks and tag based similarity searches The prototype is evaluated by a user group through

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    for sale museum exhibits and classes e g types of exhibits in English and Greek from OWL DL ontologies The ontologies must have been annotated in RDF with linguistic and user modeling resources We demonstrate a plug in for Protégé that can be used to produce these resources and to generate texts by invoking NaturalOWL We also demonstrate how NaturalOWL can be used by robotic avatars in Second Life to

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  • Digital Curation Unit
    system of a robot that has been developed to serve as a museum guide The robot interacts with human visitors in natural language receiving instructions and providing information about the exhibits Moreover being mobile it physically approaches the exhibits it provides information about Although the robotic platform contains many modules including navigation speech recognition and synthesis our focus in this paper is the dialogue system which supports the sessions between

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    Paper PDF Abstract We describe initial work on building a virtual gallery within Second Life which can automatically tailor itself to an individual visitor responding to their abilities interests preferences or history of interaction The description of an object in the virtual world can be personalised to suit the beginner or the expert varying how it is said via the choice of language such as English or Greek the words

    Original URL path: http://www.dcu.gr/index.php?p=publications&lang=en§ion=0&id=28 (2016-02-15)
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