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Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
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Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation
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Europeana Sounds kick-off - Workpackage 2 Enrichment and Participation

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The objective of this workpackage is to support discovery and use by improving metadata through innovative methods including semantic enrichment and crowdsourcing. It coordinates the design and …

The objective of this workpackage is to support discovery and use by improving metadata through innovative methods including semantic enrichment and crowdsourcing. It coordinates the design and implementation on mechanisms to improve the quality of existing metadata and contextual information. This will support enhanced exploration, deepen understanding of the collections, and will increase end-user engagement. Significantly increase quality of existing and new Europeana metadata for audio and audio-related items though: (a) active participation with existing audiences; (b) machine-driven tools.


Specific goals
• Offer tools for metadata tagging and contextualisation to the wider community. This will (1) increase quality and user satisfaction in terms of content discovery; (2) promote increased engagement between institutions and their audiences.
• Apply semantic web technologies to enable enrichment of the Europeana Sounds collections. This will increase quality of the metadata and user satisfaction in terms of content discovery.
• Collaborate with Wikimedia chapters in Europe to add contextual knowledge on the Europeana Sounds collection. Six edit-a-thons (campaigns that aim to create wiki pages on focussed areas) will be organised in year two and three of the project. This will (1) add a layer of in-depth knowledge to the collections presented online;
(2) strengthen links between Europeana, the Europeana Network and the international Wikipedia community.
• Align music scores to text, to forge a dynamic connection between currently separated collections. By allowing for new types of exploration, the value for end-users of both the multimedia and digitised paper-based resources will be increased.
• Explore possibilities of music information retrieval to support innovative, language independent exploration of audio collections.
• Put in place policies and (in connection with WP5) infrastructural preconditions allowing enrichments to be re-ingested in the information systems of the contributing archives, wherever relevant.

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  • 1. WP2: Enrichment & Participation Maarten Brinkerink, WP2 Lead Nick Stanhope, WAWWD Simone Fonda, Net7 Johan Oomen, NISV Sergiu Gordea, AIT 17 February 2014, London
  • 2. Work Package 2 will support discovery and use by improving metadata through innovative methods including semantic enrichment and crowdsourcing Lead by NISV, with EF, NTUA, AIT, NET7, WAWWD, all content partners; also Wikimedia chapters
  • 3. Objectives  Support discovery and use by improving metadata through innovative methods including semantic enrichment and crowdsourcing. • Design and implement mechanisms to improve the quality of existing metadata and contextual information. This will support enhanced exploration, deepen understanding of the collections, and will increase end-user engagement. • Significantly increase quality of existing and new Europeana metadata for audio and audio-related items though: • (a) active participation with existing audiences; • (b) machine-driven tools.  Allowing enrichments to be re-ingested in the information systems of the contributing partners.
  • 4. Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Historypin Historypin (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Content provider 11 Content provider Content provider nn Content provider enriched metadata Wikimedia Wikimedia chapters chapters Semantic Semantic enrichment enrichment Europeana Sounds Europeana Sounds platform platform Europeana Europeana Channel Channel (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Third party playout Third party playout
  • 5. Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Historypin Historypin (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Content provider 11 Content provider Content provider nn Content provider enriched metadata Wikimedia Wikimedia chapters chapters Semantic Semantic enrichment enrichment Europeana Sounds Europeana Sounds platform platform Europeana Europeana Channel Channel (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Third party playout Third party playout
  • 6. Semantic Enrichment (1) automatic and (2) user-contributed annotations • uncover/highlight connections between recordings and extract knowledge from musical relationships. • suggest collections based on artists' collaborations, influences, shared members, genres etc. • mine into Europeana system logs and linking with external resources (e.g. DBpedia) to identify relationships between music related concepts (i.e. make use of Relfinder and the Semantic Shortcuts algorithm developed in Assets).
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  • 8. Typed relations among different kind of objects and entities
  • 9. Define new knowledge
  • 10. Link to the Web of Data, and access its data
  • 11. Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Historypin Historypin (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Content provider 11 Content provider Content provider nn Content provider enriched metadata Wikimedia Wikimedia chapters chapters Semantic Semantic enrichment enrichment Europeana Sounds Europeana Sounds platform platform Europeana Europeana Channel Channel (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Third party playout Third party playout
  • 12. Collaborating with Wikimedia Chapters Photo of the Wiki Loves Sound Edit-a-Thon in the Netherlands
  • 13. Example (Cat’s meow)
  • 14. Reuse in Wikipedia
  • 15. Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Historypin Historypin (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Content provider 11 Content provider Content provider nn Content provider enriched metadata Wikimedia Wikimedia chapters chapters Semantic Semantic enrichment enrichment Europeana Sounds Europeana Sounds platform platform Europeana Europeana Channel Channel (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Third party playout Third party playout
  • 16. Crowdsourcing (enrichment) • ‘happens’ on multiple sites, where users are! • two user groups (general public and experts) - Historypin - Institutional Portals - Europeana Channel (see also WP4 presentation)
  • 17. Crowdsourcing: approach Crowdsourcing: requirements and policy Definition (T2.1.1) The requirements will differentiate between two target groups: the general public and experts Crowdsourcing: operationalisation and Evaluation (T2.1.2) This subtask oversees the successful deployment and end-user evaluation of the crowdsourcing infrastructure: on the Europeana portal, the individual partner sites and on Historypin. Activities include creating training materials and one hands-on workshop.
  • 18. Web-based game for the general public ple ple am am exx e YUMA (now Annotorious) from AIT
  • 19. Enrichment on institutional portals ple ple am am exx e Europeana search widget by EF
  • 20. Enrichment on Europeana Sounds Channel ple ple m am xxa e e Example of the SoundCloud player, with social tagging functionality
  • 21. Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) s errs e t tn rrn pa pa t nt enContent provider n Content provider 11 ntte Content provider n Content provider on cco l Al ll A Historypin Historypin (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) enriched metadata Wikimedia Wikimedia chapters chapters Semantic Semantic enrichment enrichment Europeana Sounds Europeana Sounds platform platform Europeana Europeana Channel Channel (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Third party playout Third party playout
  • 22. Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Corporate portal Corporate portal (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Historypin Historypin (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Content provider 11 Content provider Content provider nn Content provider enriched metadata Wikimedia Wikimedia chapters chapters Semantic Semantic enrichment enrichment Europeana Sounds Europeana Sounds platform platform Europeana Europeana Channel Channel (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) Third party playout Third party playout
  • 23. Innovative exploration pilots: audio information retrieval and dynamic linking
  • 24. Linking music to scores Identify related resources (audio, video, music scores, vocabularies) Link audio segments to music scores  Automated: midi content to sheet music (digital)  Semi automatic: convert content and music scores to Midi/MusicXML  Manual: markup audio and digitized music scores Typical applications:  Learning to play an instrument (hear, follow, play)  Compositions (compose, follow, hear ) 27 17.02.14
  • 25. Music information retrieval Index and retrieve music content  Extract audio features: timbre, chords, harmonies, melody, main pitch, beats per minute or rhythm     Index features and retrieve similar content Music categorization Evaluation using Europeana Sounds content Sound recognition (birds) Typical applications:  Search/explore music repositories  Music classification and recommendation  Intellectual property protection 28 17.02.14
  • 26. Existing tools (open source)  OMR: Audiveris, OpenOMR  Midi and scores synchronization: midisheetmusic, musicscore  Feature extraction: JMir, MirToolbox(Mathlab), RP-Extract  Indexing and retrieval: Clubmixer, Marysas
  • 27. WP2: deliverables No Title Delivery month D2.1 Crowdsourcing infrastructure & exchange policy 6 D2.2 Functional design of semantic enrichment 7 D2.3 Linking pilot delivery report (software, documentation) 14 D2.4 Crowdsourcing infrastructure v1 assessment 17 D2.5, 8 GLAM-wiki collaboration progress reports 21, 34 D2.6 MIR pilot report 22 D2.7 Crowdsourcing evaluation & impact assessment 30 D2.9 Evaluation report on semantic enrichment implementation 36
  • 28. Thank you

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