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  • Augmenting Europeana Content with Linked Data Resources Linked Data Triplification Challenge 2010 Graz, September 2 nd 2010 Bernhard Haslhofer , Elaheh Momeni, Manuel Gay, Rainer Simon
  • Context: Europeana
  • Context: Europeana
  • With our work, we want to….
    • show how to make use of Linked Data by integrating the user annotation process with resource linkage
    • demonstrate linkage in annotation clients
      • Video Annotation
      • Map Annotation
    • focus on user-benefits
  • Video Annotation Tool Demo: http://dme.arcs.ac.at/annotation/
  • Map Annotation Tool Demo: http://dme.arcs.ac.at/annotation/
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  • Annotations as Linked Data
    • All annotations are exposed as Linked Data on the Web…
      • each annotation has a dereferencable URI
      • each annotation can be retrieved in RDF or HTML
      • annotations are linked to other resources (DBpedia, Geonames)
    • Annotation data is expressed using the LEMO vocabulary
      • refines (reuses) terms of the Annotea vocabulary
      • extensible vocabulary architecture
  • Annotations as Linked Data
  • User Benefits
    • Additional metadata
      • Contextual search (e.g. people and places)
    • Multilingual retrieval
      • DBpedia provides resource descriptions in 90+ languages
      • Named entity label translation in search & retrieval
    • Geographical retrieval
      • Map-based search interface
      • ‘ Regions of relevance’ for keyword searches – disambiguation!
    Source: Wikipedia
  • Next Steps & Further Info
    • Improve integration of linked data resources with retrieval infrastructure
      • https://code.google.com/p/lucene-skos/
    • Integrate with Open Annotation Collaboration efforts
      • http://www.openannotation.org/
    • Deeper investigation of the map annotation use case
      • Benefit of annotations and tags for map geo-referencing
      • Spatial search & retrieval UIs
    • http://dme.arcs.ac.at/annotation/
  • BACKUP
  • Technical Details