Co-reference and semantic annotations

The needs for semantic and multi-lingual processing for cultural heritage applications, as stated in EPOCH’s research agenda include:

  • Ontologies, taxonomies and thesauri
  • Multi-lingual and multi-cultural knowledge bases
  • Digital memories for cultural information integration
  • Reconstruction and simulation
  • Knowledge discovery (or “excavation in the digital domain”)

Next generation 3D cultural heritage applications need to handle artefacts together with their context and interpretation, and so a librarian’s approach is not sufficient. We argue that 3D resource services must be built on accessing associations implicit or explicit in 3D artefact models, their metadata, the modelled real world objects and the sources referring to the later.

 
 

[1] EPOCH’s research agenda http://public-repository.epoch-net.org/publications/RES_AGENDA/research_agenda.pdf


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