Institutional Services and Tools for Content, Metadata and IPR Management
by Paolo Nesi, Paolo Nesi (http://www.dsi.unifi.it/~nesi/, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org) is full professor at the University of Florence, Computer Science Department; Chair of the DISIT lab (Distributed Systems and Internet Technology) University of Florence at DISIT research group and LAB works on: semantic computing, natural language processing, big data analysis, social network, media grid, artificial intelligence, software engineering, data analysis, cross media processing, IPR, social media, user engagement on Aug 10, 2013
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Ingest a large range metadata formats (XML based or Dublin Core, METS, MPEG-21, etc.) coming from different channels (http, ftp, oai-pmh, etc.) and content files >500 ff. ...
Ingest a large range metadata formats (XML based or Dublin Core, METS, MPEG-21, etc.) coming from different channels (http, ftp, oai-pmh, etc.) and content files >500 ff.
Perform human content enrichment, translations, validation; comments; social media, rating; promoting; publication; corrections; assessment, etc.
Perform automated activities, technical parameters (duration, size, etc.), descriptors, indexing, translations, VIP names, geonames, LOD, assessment, IPR , verification
IPR modelling, assignment and verification.
Harmonising the activities of human and automated processing
Scale up of the back office architecture to cope with a large number of transactions
Support and model one or more workflows
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