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1 Electronic Catalogue of Bulgarian Cultural Historical Heritage S.Stoyanov, Distributed eLearning Center, University of Plovdiv

2 Project Aims Research –New software architectures –Electronic services –Intelligent agents Collaboration Prototype system –Electronic presentation of the main cultural & historical objects –Access to the catalogue Fixed Mobile –Standard CCO –Intelligent modules Cultural routes generation CBR-based search machine

3 Three Catalogue Versions First version –Cultural objects identification –Catalogue data base creation Different thematic catalogues –Site architecture Second version –CCO standard –Portal architecture –Intelligent agents Third version –Intelligent agents –CBR-based search machine –E-Services –Development environment Agent-based

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13 Standards CDWA CCO (Cataloging Cultural Objects) CDWA Lite VRA 4.0 XML MARC/AACR MODS Dublin Core EAD Object ID CIMI FDA Guide

14 CCO Catalogue Architecture

15 Example: Gothic church [Note: This example illustrates CCO creator display option 3 for unknown creators (CCO page 92). In this example, the "Creator" field is linked to a Name Authority record for unknown. The "Culture" field provides context.] Work Record Class [controlled]: architecture European art *Work Type [link]: basilica cathedral *Title/Name: Chartres Cathedral Title Type: preferred *Title/Name: Cathedral of Notre-Dame Title Type: alternate *Title/Name: Notre-Dame de Chartres Title Type: alternate *Creator Display: unknown *Role [link]: architects *Controlled Creator [link]: unknown *Role [controlled]: architects [link]: unknown *Creation Date Display: construction was begun in 1194, consecrated in 1260; parts of earlier Romanesque building remain [controlled] Earliest: 1194 Latest: 1260 *Subject [link to authorities]: architecture religion and mythology Virgin Mary (Christian iconography) worship cathedrals buttresses Style [link]: Gothic Romanesque Culture [link]: French *Current Location [link]: Chartres (Eure-et-Loir, Centre region, France) *Measurements: height: 34 m (112 feet); length: 130 m (427 feet) [controlled] Value: 34 Unit: m Type: height | Value: 130 Unit: m Type: length *Materials and Techniques: bearing masonry construction, limestone Material [links]: masonry limestone Technique [links]: load-bearing walls Description: Noted for innovations in architectural construction and large number of sculptures and much-stained glass windows. The present cathedral was constructed on the foundations of the earlier church; the oldest parts of the cathedral are the crypt and Royal Portal (West Portal), remnants of a Romanesque church destroyed by fire in Required and recommended elements are marked with an asterisk.

16 Example: Mannerist portrait Work Record Class [controlled]: paintings European art *Work Type [link]: painting *Title: Portrait of a Young Man *Creator Display: Agnolo Bronzino (Italian, ) *Role [link]: painter [link]: Bronzino, Agnolo *Creation Date Display: 1530s [controlled]: Earliest: 1530 Latest: 1539 *Subject [links]: portrait figure male Medici court literature Style [link]: Mannerist Culture [link]: Italian *Current Location Display [link]: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, New York, United States) ID: *Measurements: 95.6 x 74.9 cm (37 5/8 x 29 1/2 inches) [controlled]: Value: 95.6 Unit: cm Type: height | Value: 74.9 Unit: cm Type: width *Materials and Techniques: oil on panel Material [links]: oil paint panel (wood) Technique [links]: painting Description: The style is typical of Medicean Florence, with the self-possessed aloofness of the sitter and the austere elegance of the interior. The attributes would suggest that the sitter is a cultivated member of society and has literary interests. Description Source [link]: Hibbard, Howard. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: Harrison House, Required and recommended elements are marked with an asterisk.

17 CCO Record of the Rila Monastery [for a monastery complex in Bulgaria] Rila Monastery –Cloisters –Church of the Birth of the Blessed Virgin »Dome »Façade –Tower of Hrelio –……

18 Development environment BECC

19 CBR-based Local & Global Search Distributed Catalogue Architecture Local Search in a Single Authority Local Queries Global Search in the whole Catalogue Global Queries Defining Tourist Route Structure Complex Problem Solving Activity : Route – concept that lacks a commonly agreed definition BULCHINO Portal CHO CHO CHO CHO CHO CHO-Cultural Historical Objects Tourist Route CHO,CHO,CHO… CHO Single CHI Local Queries Global Queries ….. Global Search Local Search Tourist Route – a Set of Culture-Historical Objects CHO-Structure Type Creator DateofCreation Subject Title …………… Creator Description Name DateOfBirth DateofDeath Gender Nationality Role …………….. Personal Characteristics Travel Charecteristics CHO

20 Our Approach Global Queries Local Queries BULCHINO Portal Search Layer Shared BD ` Intelligent SearchEngine CBR-Based Reasoner Geographic Concept Subject Word Personal& Place Record Corporate PersonExample jCOLIBRI Framework Personal& Corporate GUI Task/Method Ontology Case Base CHO- Cultural Historical Object Person Description CHO

21 Thank you !


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