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Evaluating SharedCanvas in CATCHPlus Evaluating SharedCanvas in CATCHPlus Presentation Transcript

  • Evaluating the SharedCanvasManuscript Data Model in CATCHPlus Robert Sanderson Los Alamos National Laboratory Hennie Brugman Meertens Institute Benjamin Albritton Stanford University Herbert Van de Sompel Los Alamos National Laboratory http://www.shared-canvas.org/ This research is funded, in part, by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Evaluating SharedCanvas 1 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Overview•  SharedCanvas: •  Requirements •  Model by Example•  Evaluation in CATCHPlus: •  Use Cases •  Modeling Evaluating SharedCanvas 2 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • MotivationManuscripts spread all around the world:•  For every repository, its interface.•  How do we rethink digital facsimiles in a shared, distributed, global space?A collaborative future:•  Rich landscape of interconnected repositories, with seamless user interfaces•  Improve efficiency and usability through open, shared development BNF f.fr 113, folio 1 recto Evaluating SharedCanvas 3 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Baseline RequirementsTo Realize this Future:•  Need an interoperable input format to presentation systems, exposed by distributed repositoriesBaseline Requirements:•  Ability to model primarily textual items, where the individual physical instance is an important cultural object•  Alignment of multiple Images, Texts, Commentary and other Content resources per folio Ms MurF: 10.5076/e-codices-kba-0003 Evaluating SharedCanvas 4 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Domain Requirements: Missing/Fragmentary PagesThis page intentionally, but unfortunately, left blank Cod. Sang. 1394: 10.5076/e-codices-csg-1394 Evaluating SharedCanvas 5 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Domain Requirements: Non-Rectangular Fragments/Pages Facsimile of BNF Rothschild 2973 Cod Sang 1394, folio 63r http://www.omifacsimiles.com/brochures/montchen.html Evaluating SharedCanvas 6 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Domain Requirements: Multiple Orderings and Digitizations Archimedes Palimpsest Multi-Spectral ImagesCod Sang 730: 10.5706/e-codices-csg-0730a http://www.archimedespalimpsest.org/ Evaluating SharedCanvas 7 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Domain Requirements: Non-TextParker CCC 008, f1r Evaluating SharedCanvas 8 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Naïve Approach: Transcribe Images DirectlyBut how to align multiple images, pages without images, fragments… ?! Evaluating SharedCanvas 9 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Canvas Paradigm•  A Canvas is an empty space in which to build up a display•  A SharedCanvass top left and bottom right corners correspond tothe equivalent corners of a page Evaluating SharedCanvas 10 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Painting the Canvas?Requirements: •  Need to allow distributed association of resources with the Canvas, or part of the Canvas •  Any type of resource, or part of a resource, should be able to be painted •  Need to allow users to comment about the Canvas, or part of it, or any of the resourcesSolution: •  Associate resources using Annotations •  Open Annotation: http://www.openannotation.org/ Evaluating SharedCanvas 11 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Annotations to Paint Images Evaluating SharedCanvas 12SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Annotations to Paint Text Evaluating SharedCanvas 13SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Transcription: Morgan 804 Evaluating SharedCanvas 14SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Transcription: Morgan 804 Evaluating SharedCanvas 15SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Musical Manuscripts: Parker CCC 008 Evaluating SharedCanvas 16 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Rebinding: BNF f.fr. 113-116 Evaluating SharedCanvas 17SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Discovery Evaluating SharedCanvas 18SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Evaluation via Unseen RequirementsArchive of the Queen’s Office (KdK)•  40,000 images with transcriptions•  Texts automatically annotated withNamed Entity software•  Templates for consistent layouts Evaluating SharedCanvas 19 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Evaluation via Unseen RequirementsSailing Letters•  38,000 letters and documents capturedby Pirates•  Complex layouts•  Multiple co-ordinates after image re-alignment piu•  Alignment of multiple texts(transcription versus edition) Evaluating SharedCanvas 20 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Alignment of Multiple TextsGroup text annotations together in the Discovery layerAlign via overlap of Annotation targets on the Canvas Evaluating SharedCanvas 21 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Interactive Zones on a Canvas: Rotation Evaluating SharedCanvas 22 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Interactive Zones on a Canvas: Rotation Evaluating SharedCanvas 23 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Interactive Zones on a Canvas: Folding Evaluating SharedCanvas 24 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Open Annotation Constraint Model Evaluating SharedCanvas 25SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Multiple Reference Frames Evaluating SharedCanvas 26SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Layout Templating Evaluating SharedCanvas 27SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Semantic Annotation of Text Evaluating SharedCanvas 28SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • SummaryDistributed Canvas paradigm provides a coherent solution to modelingthe layout of medieval manuscripts •  Annotation, and Collaboration, at the heart of the model •  Distribution across repositories for images, text, commentary •  Granular accuracy, from full resource to non-rectangular segment •  Multiple page orders and Discovery via Aggregations SharedCanvas brings the humanists primary research objects to their desktop in a powerful, extensible and interoperable fashion Evaluating SharedCanvas 29 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Thank You Robert Sanderson rsanderson@lanl.gov azaroth42@gmail.com @azaroth42 Web: http://www.shared-canvas.org/ Papers: http://arxiv.org/abs/1104.2925 http://arxiv.org/abs/1110.3687 Slides: http://slidesha.re/xxxxxx AcknowledgementsDMSTech Group: http://dmstech.group.stanford.edu/Open Annotation Collaboration: http://www.openannotation.org/ Evaluating SharedCanvas 30 SDH2011, 17th of November 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark