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  • 1. 5/6/2011
    MuseumFinland from content development to semantic search and browsinghttp://www.museosuomi.fi
    Miikka Junnila
    Helsinki University of Technology,
    University of Helsinki, and HIIT
    Semantic Computing Research Grouphttp://cs.helsinki.fi/group/seco/
  • 2. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    Joint Work with:
    Eero Hyvönen
    Suvi Kettula
    Eetu Mäkelä
    Samppa Saarela
    Mirva Salminen
    Arttu Valo
    Kim Viljanen
  • 3. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    Original Research Consortium
    HelsinkiUniversityMuseum
    Lahti CityMuseum
    Espoo CityMuseum
    National Boardof Antiquities
    UNIVERSITYOF HELSINKI
    ANTIKVARIA GROUP
    Co-operation with:Finnish National Gallery
  • 4. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    What is MuseumFinland?
    What is the Semantic Web?
    The vision:Museums on the Semantic Web
    Visitor’s perspective
    Museum’s perspective
    The system: Demonstration
  • 5. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    The Vision of MuseumFinland
    Global View to Distributed Collections
    • One seamless national collection (virtually)
    • 6. ”Museums in Finland” -> ”Museum of Finland”
    Intelligent Services to End-Users
    • Search: Concept-Based Information Retrieval
    • 7. Browsing: Semantically Linked Contents
    Easy Content Publication for Museums
    Creating a national platform and a process for the museums to publish their content together on the Semantic Web
  • 8. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    The Vision of MuseumFinland
    Global View to Distributed Collections
    • Oneseamless national collection (virtually)
    • 9. ”Museums in Finland” -> ”Museum of Finland”
    Intelligent Services to End-Users
    • Search: Concept-Based Information Retrieval
    • 10. Browsing: Semantically Linked Contents
    Easy Content Publication for Museums
    Creating a platform and a process for the museums to publish their content together on the Semantic Web
  • 11. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    A Paradigmatic Example:Australian Museums Online
  • 12. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    Search Result
  • 13. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    Problems
    How to find the right keywords?
    Likely results: no-hits or 1000 hits
    Too many irrelevant hits (low precision)
    Too few relevant hits (low recall)
    How to get overviews of the contents?
    How to find related objects?
    Is this entertaining?
  • 14. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    The Vision of MuseumFinland
    Global View to Distributed Collections
    • One seamless national collection (virtually)
    • 15. ”Museums in Finland” -> ”Museum of Finland”
    Intelligent Services to End-Users
    • Search: Concept-Based Information Retrieval
    • 16. Browsing: Semantically Linked Contents
    Easy Content Publication for Museums
    Creating a national platform and a process for the museums to publish their content together on the Semantic Web
  • 17. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    MuseumFinland Approach
  • 18. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    Live Demonstrationhttp://www.museosuomi.fi
    Multi-facet search
    • Based on ontologies
    Keyword search
    • Based on concepts
    Semantic browsing
    • Based on logic
  • 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    MuseumFinlandMobile Version
    WAP 2.0 compatible phones
    Nokia Series 60 browser
    Combining coordinatesand location ontology
    Getting more info byemail
    Same URL:http://www.museosuomi.fi
  • 19. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    Ontologies:The Basis of MuseumFinland
    7 ontologies, 10,000 interlinked concepts, 4500 collection artifacts & archelogical sites
  • 20. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    The Vision of MuseumFinland
    Global View to Distributed Collections
    • One seamless national collection (virtually)
    • 21. ”Museums in Finland” -> ”Museum of Finland”
    Intelligent Services to End-Users
    • Search: Concept-Based Information Retrieval
    • 22. Browsing: Semantically Linked Contents
    Easy Content Publication for Museums
    Creating a national platform and a process for the museums to publish their content together on the Semantic Web
  • 23. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    3. Easy Local Content Publication
    The simple publishing idea of the WWW
    The museum creates RDF and publishes it in a public directory or on CD
  • 24. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
  • 25. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
  • 26. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    Summary:Why MuseumFinland?
    • Museum Visitor’s viewpoint
    • 27. Seamless view to heterogeneous collections
    • 28. Intelligent Services
    • 29. Search based on views and ontologies
    • 30. Browsing based on semantic recommendations
    • 31. Museum’s viewpoint
    • 32. Publication channel for the Semantic Web
    • 33. Only content needs to be created
    • 34. Will be enhanced with new ontologies and materials
    MuseumFinland = Demonstration on how to create a national culture content publication channel for the Semantic Web
  • 35. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    From MuseumFinlandto CultureSampo
    The processes of society and the mythic stories of Kalevala as semantic wholes that unite different Finnish cultural contents
    For example the painting ”Kullervo goes to war” is linked to:
    The paintings with a war theme of other museums
    The weapons and accessories from museums that are of same type as those present in the painting
    To academic studies about Kalevala and Kullervo
    To information about wolves and horses from the museum of natural history
    To other(external) information on the web about Kullervo, war etc.
    The poems of Kalevala
    To movies and videos on a media server
    To contents that have something to do with warfare or riding as a process

  • 36. 5/6/2011
    © Eero Hyvönen
    CultureSampo: semantic search and browsing

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