Searching and Annotating Virtual Heritage Collections with Semantic-Web Techniques
Presented at the International Conference for Culture and Heritage On-line-Museums and the Web, San Francicsco, CA, USA
This paper describes ongoing work of a project aimed at exploiting Semantic Web techniques to support searching and annotating large cross-institutional digital-heritage collections. The project demonstrator contains multiple collections and multiple vocabularies. The architecture is fully based on Web standards. We show novel search and presentation techniques which make use of interoperability between the collections and between the vocabularies.
|Semantic Web, multiple thesauri, semantic search, search paradigms, large virtual collections, scalability|
|Information (theme 2)|
|Archives & Museum Informatics|
|International Conference for Culture and Heritage On-line-Museums and the Web|
|Organisation||Human-centered Data Analysis|
van Ossenbruggen, J.R, Amin, A.K, Hardman, L, Hildebrand, M, van Assem, M, Omelayenko, B, … Teesing, A. (2007). Searching and Annotating Virtual Heritage Collections with Semantic-Web Techniques. In Museums and the Web 2007 (pp. 1–11). Archives & Museum Informatics .