ICT.Open Clustering Cultural Heritage Objects Using Linked Data

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ICT.Open Clustering Cultural Heritage Objects Using Linked Data

  1. 1. Clustering Cultural Heritage Objects Using Linked Data Chris Dijkshoorn, Lora Aroyo and Guus Schreiber
  2. 2. Improve Access to Collections Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - Collection of ~1.000.000 items - Print collection of ~600.000 prints - Artworks on display ~8.000
  3. 3. Digitising Artworks Print Room Online Project - Make artworks accessible online - Professional catalogers - Process • Register artwork • Provide annotations • Digitise artwork
  4. 4. Annotating Artworks Annotation Problems - Focus on art-historical information - Occasional lack of expertise regarding subject matter annotations
 SEALINCMedia Project - Crowdsource annotation process - Find niche groups with required expertise
  5. 5. SEALINCMedia Niche Sourcing Crowd Niche Niche Experts Experts Niche Experts Annotations Cultural Heritage Collection User Modelling Cluster Search Trust
  6. 6. Nichesourcing Annotations Niche Expert Japanese Redstart Goal - Find clusters of artworks - Find related artworks
  7. 7. Cluster Search Linked Data User Tags Union List Of Artist Names Art & Architecture Thesaurus Iconclass 1. URIs are used to name resources 2. HTTP URIs are used so the resource can be looked up 3. On looking up the URI useful information is returned according to the standards 4. Links to other URIs are included
  8. 8. Data Rijksmuseum maker title material Rembrandt van Rijn “Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem” oil paint
  9. 9. Linked Data Iconclass maker title material content Rembrandt van Rijn “Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem” oil paint 71O77 label has broader “Jeremiah lamenting over the destruction of Jerusalem“ 71 label “Old Testament”
  10. 10. Linked Data Art & Architecture Thesaurus maker title material content Rembrandt van Rijn “Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem” oil paint 71O77 distinguished from label has broader oil pastels “Jeremiah lamenting over the destruction of Jerusalem“ 71 label “Old Testament”
  11. 11. Linked Data Union List of Artist Names influenced maker title material content Rembrandt van Rijn Koninck, Salomon teacher of Bol, Ferdinand “Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem” oil paint 71O77 distinguished from label has broader oil pastels “Jeremiah lamenting over the destruction of Jerusalem“ 71 label “Old Testament”
  12. 12. Enriched Rijksmuseum Collection influenced maker title material content Rembrandt van Rijn Koninck, Salomon teacher of Bol, Ferdinand “Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem” oil paint 71O77 distinguished from label has broader oil pastels “Jeremiah lamenting over the destruction of Jerusalem“ 71 label “Old Testament”
  13. 13. Cluster Search System Based on MultimediaN Eculture Demonstrator ! Prolog Backend — JavaScript Frontend ! Graph Search Algorithm ! !
  14. 14. Cluster Search Algorithm • Match query with literal • Find paths to artwork • Use paths to create clusters Query: Vermeer “Vermeer and Exhibition the Delft Style” Title Type Exhibition Place Tokyo Place ExhibitionDelft Style Exhibition Vrouw met Kind Type Work
  15. 15. Cluster Challenge Ranking Clusters
  16. 16. Cluster Challenge Abstraction Level
  17. 17. Cluster Challenge Abstraction Level
  18. 18. Cluster Challenge Ranking Items Based on Trust
  19. 19. Cluster Search Touch Interface Demo http://signpainter.herokuapp.com/
  20. 20. Cluster Search Touch Interface Demo signpainter.herokuapp.com • Explore collection using tablet • Relevance feedback through swipe gestures
  21. 21. Cluster Search Wrap Up Demo Github Email Poster semanticweb.cs.vu.nl/clustersearch github.com/rasvaan/cluster_search c.r.dijkshoorn@vu.nl 73

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