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1 Semantic Web examples from E-Culture Guus Schreiber VU –

2 The Web: resources and links URL Web link

3 The Semantic Web: typed resources and links URL Web link ULAN Henri Matisse Dublin Core creator Painting “Woman with hat SFMOMA

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6 Principle 1: semantic annotation Description of web objects with “concepts” from a shared vocabulary

7 Principle 2: semantic search Search for objects which are linked via concepts (semantic link) Use the type of semantic link to provide meaningful presentation of the search results urang-utang orange ape great ape

8 Principle 3: multiple vocabularies. or: the myth of a unified vocabulary In large virtual collections there are always multiple vocabularies –In multiple languages Every vocabulary has its own perspective –You can’t just merge them But you can use vocabularies jointly by defining a limited set of links –“Vocabulary alignment” It is surprising what you can do with just a few links

9 Example “Tokugawa” AAT style/period Edo (Japanese period) Tokugawa SVCN period Edo SVCN is local in-house thesaurus

10 E-Culture demonstrator Part of large Dutch knowledge-economy project MultimediaN Partners: VU, CWI, UvA, DEN,ICN People : –Alia Amin, Lora Aroyo, Mark van Assem, Victor de Boer, Lynda Hardman, Michiel Hildebrand, Laura Hollink, Marco de Niet, Borys Omelayenko, Marie-France van Orsouw, Jos Taekema, Annemiek Teesing, Anna Tordai, Jan Wielemaker, Bob Wielinga Artchive.com, ICN: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Dutch ethnology musea (Amsterdam, Leiden), National Library (Bibliopolis)

11 Culture Web demonstrator

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14 16 Nov 2006

15 Perspectives Basic Semantic Web technology is ready for deployment Web 2.0 facilities: –Involving community experts in annotation –Personalization, myArt Social barriers have to be overcome! –“open door” policy –Involvement of general public => issues of “quality” Importance of using open standards –Away from custom-made flashy web sites


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