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Share.TEC system-features and functions for end-users, K. Stefanov


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Share.TEC system-features and functions for end-users, K. Stefanov

  1. 1. NIS-SU The Share.TEC System Features and Functions for End-Users Alexander Grigorov, Atanas Georgiev, Krassen Stefanov NIS-SU 10/13/2009 eContentplus
  2. 2. NIS-SU Share.TEC Web Portal • Multilingual user interface • Personalization • Queries in the user’s native language • Simple and advanced range of parameters for query filtering • Knowledge resources sharing and social functions (rating, tagging, annotating) 10/13/2009 eContentplus
  3. 3. NIS-SU Share.TEC Web Portal (2) • Key parameter values automaticaly set in accordance with the user profile • A multidimensional data search based on TEO and CMM • Automatic ranking of search results in accordance with user profile characteristics 10/13/2009 eContentplus
  4. 4. NIS-SU Partner’s and external repositories • External well-known digital repositories, containing relevant TE domain metadata, as well as the local repositories established at each project partner site are essential component of the system • To support the CMM metadata records, a specific program called MMF (Metadata Migration Facility) is provided which main role is translate from well known metadata formats to CMM format. 10/13/2009 eContentplus
  5. 5. NIS-SU RICK (Resource Integration Companion Kit) • RICK is a comprehensive tool for the creation of new metadata records • Provides support to individual user setting some of the metadata fields’ values automatically (e.g. file type, owner, date, keywords, etc.) and offering a web form for filling the required and optional field from CMM metadata format 10/13/2009 eContentplus
  6. 6. NIS-SU User functions User functions can be classified into several groups: – Account management functions – Profile management functions – Searching and navigation functions – Authoring (social) functions 10/13/2009 eContentplus
  7. 7. NIS-SU Questions For additional information: 10/13/2009 eContentplus