EIAH Data Model<br />Semantic Interoperability between Distributed Digital Repositories<br />ISKO UK Conference<br />EmadK...
Introduction to EIAH<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
 Goals and objectives
 EIAH Cake
 Entry and Document
 EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
 EIAH Information Architecture
 Standards and Policies
 Information Pool
 DSpace
 Ontology
 EIAH Ontology
The Mediator Level
 Aratta
 Controlled Vocabulary
 Metadata Model
 Application Profile
 Semantic Portal
 Distributed Repositories
 OAI-PMH
The Current Implementation
Future Works
 References</li></ul>EIAH<br /><ul><li>Founded at 2007
Nonprofit Organization
Head director of the project: Mohammad Beheshti the Former head of Iranian Cultural Heritage Organization</li></ul>Sponsor...
Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts & Tourism Organization
The Iranian Ministry of Housing and Urban Development</li></ul>Partners<br /><ul><li>National Library & Archive of Iran
Polytechnic University of Iran
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The encyclopaedia of Iranian architectural history was established with the goal of increasing the accessibility of the widespread resources and documents related to Iranian architectural history and to provide a better and more productive space for collaboration of researchers and scholars, enabling them to expand and improve this encyclopaedia. The information architecture which started to get implemented is aimed to achieve three goals. First, increase the accessibility of the documents related to topics; second, the relation between concepts; third, the relation between concepts and documents. A three-layer architecture is designed to achieve the mentioned goals (EIAH cake).
Presented by: Azade Sanjari at ISKO UK 2009, UCL, London UK

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Eiah Data Model: Semantic Interoperability between Distributed Digital Repositories

  1. 1. EIAH Data Model<br />Semantic Interoperability between Distributed Digital Repositories<br />ISKO UK Conference<br />EmadKhazraee<br />SaeedMoadeli<br />AzadeSanjari<br />ShadiShakeri<br />Content ArchitectureExploiting and Managing Diverse ResourcesLondon, 22-23 June 2009<br />
  2. 2. Introduction to EIAH<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  3. 3. Goals and objectives
  4. 4. EIAH Cake
  5. 5. Entry and Document
  6. 6. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  7. 7. EIAH Information Architecture
  8. 8. Standards and Policies
  9. 9. Information Pool
  10. 10. DSpace
  11. 11. Ontology
  12. 12. EIAH Ontology
  13. 13. The Mediator Level
  14. 14. Aratta
  15. 15. Controlled Vocabulary
  16. 16. Metadata Model
  17. 17. Application Profile
  18. 18. Semantic Portal
  19. 19. Distributed Repositories
  20. 20. OAI-PMH
  21. 21. The Current Implementation
  22. 22. Future Works
  23. 23. References</li></ul>EIAH<br /><ul><li>Founded at 2007
  24. 24. Nonprofit Organization
  25. 25. Head director of the project: Mohammad Beheshti the Former head of Iranian Cultural Heritage Organization</li></ul>Sponsors<br /><ul><li>The Iranian Academy of Art
  26. 26. Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts & Tourism Organization
  27. 27. The Iranian Ministry of Housing and Urban Development</li></ul>Partners<br /><ul><li>National Library & Archive of Iran
  28. 28. Polytechnic University of Iran
  29. 29. ShahidBeheshti University of Iran</li></ul>2<br />
  30. 30. Goals and objectives<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  31. 31. Goals and objectives
  32. 32. EIAH Cake
  33. 33. Entry and Document
  34. 34. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  35. 35. EIAH Information Architecture
  36. 36. Standards and Policies
  37. 37. Information Pool
  38. 38. DSpace
  39. 39. Ontology
  40. 40. EIAH Ontology
  41. 41. The Mediator Level
  42. 42. Aratta
  43. 43. Controlled Vocabulary
  44. 44. Metadata Model
  45. 45. Application Profile
  46. 46. Semantic Portal
  47. 47. Distributed Repositories
  48. 48. OAI-PMH
  49. 49. The Current Implementation
  50. 50. Future Works
  51. 51. References</li></ul>EIAH Goals<br />Increasing the quantity and improve the quality of information on Iranian culture<br />Facilitating the recovery of vernacular identity<br />Presenting the joint heritage of the countries in the region for further interaction and focusing on cultural unity<br />Objectives<br />Providing varied types of resources<br />Providing eligible and accurate resources<br />Providing accessible resources<br />3<br />
  52. 52. Entry and Document<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  53. 53. Goals and objectives
  54. 54. EIAH Cake
  55. 55. EntryandDocument
  56. 56. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  57. 57. EIAH Information Architecture
  58. 58. Standards and Policies
  59. 59. Information Pool
  60. 60. DSpace
  61. 61. Ontology
  62. 62. EIAH Ontology
  63. 63. The Mediator Level
  64. 64. Aratta
  65. 65. Controlled Vocabulary
  66. 66. Metadata Model
  67. 67. Application Profile
  68. 68. Semantic Portal
  69. 69. Distributed Repositories
  70. 70. OAI-PMH
  71. 71. The Current Implementation
  72. 72. Future Works
  73. 73. References</li></ul>Two Core Concepts in EIAH Information Architecture<br />Entry <br />Every topic or concept in domain which information accumulates around it (Terms, Monuments,…)<br />Document<br />Any kind of resource which provides information regarding history of Iranian architecture (Text, Photo,…)<br />4<br />
  74. 74. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives<br />Three Main Objectives <br />Facilitate the access to the resources and documents<br />The ability to represent the conceptual relations between topics of Iranian architecture domain<br />The ability to represent and develop relations between topics and resources<br />5<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  75. 75. Goals and objectives
  76. 76. EIAH Cake
  77. 77. Entry and Document
  78. 78. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  79. 79. EIAH Information Architecture
  80. 80. Standards and Policies
  81. 81. Information Pool
  82. 82. DSpace
  83. 83. Ontology
  84. 84. EIAH Ontology
  85. 85. The Mediator Level
  86. 86. Aratta
  87. 87. Controlled Vocabulary
  88. 88. Metadata Model
  89. 89. Application Profile
  90. 90. Semantic Portal
  91. 91. Distributed Repositories
  92. 92. OAI-PMH
  93. 93. The Current Implementation
  94. 94. Future Works
  95. 95. References</li></li></ul><li>EIAH Information Architecture<br />Three-layer architecture<br />Information pool<br />Ontology – knowledge representation level<br />The mediator level<br />Foundation layer<br />Standards and policies<br />6<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  96. 96. Goals and objectives
  97. 97. EIAH Cake
  98. 98. Entry and Document
  99. 99. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  100. 100. EIAH Information Architecture
  101. 101. Standards and Policies
  102. 102. Information Pool
  103. 103. DSpace
  104. 104. Ontology
  105. 105. EIAH Ontology
  106. 106. The Mediator Level
  107. 107. Aratta
  108. 108. Controlled Vocabulary
  109. 109. Metadata Model
  110. 110. Application Profile
  111. 111. Semantic Portal
  112. 112. Distributed Repositories
  113. 113. OAI-PMH
  114. 114. The Current Implementation
  115. 115. Future Works
  116. 116. References</li></li></ul><li>EIAH Cake<br />7<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  117. 117. Goals and objectives
  118. 118. EIAH Cake
  119. 119. Entry and Document
  120. 120. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  121. 121. EIAH Information Architecture
  122. 122. Standards and Policies
  123. 123. Information Pool
  124. 124. DSpace
  125. 125. Ontology
  126. 126. EIAH Ontology
  127. 127. The Mediator Level
  128. 128. Aratta
  129. 129. Controlled Vocabulary
  130. 130. Metadata Model
  131. 131. Application Profile
  132. 132. Semantic Portal
  133. 133. Distributed Repositories
  134. 134. OAI-PMH
  135. 135. The Current Implementation
  136. 136. Future Works
  137. 137. References</li></li></ul><li>EIAH Information Architecture<br />Three Layer Architecture<br />Service-oriented architecture<br />Distinct components and services<br />Semantic enabled.<br />Modularity <br />8<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  138. 138. Goals and objectives
  139. 139. EIAH Cake
  140. 140. Entry and Document
  141. 141. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  142. 142. EIAH Information Architecture
  143. 143. Standards and Policies
  144. 144. Information Pool
  145. 145. DSpace
  146. 146. Ontology
  147. 147. EIAH Ontology
  148. 148. The Mediator Level
  149. 149. Aratta
  150. 150. Controlled Vocabulary
  151. 151. Metadata Model
  152. 152. Application Profile
  153. 153. Semantic Portal
  154. 154. Distributed Repositories
  155. 155. OAI-PMH
  156. 156. The Current Implementation
  157. 157. Future Works
  158. 158. References</li></li></ul><li>Standards and Policies<br />A Foundation Layer<br />All processes and work-flows in this project must follow open and international standards and guidelines, so all the products in different phases of the project could be homogenized and optimized. These guidelines are known as EIAH's standards and policies.<br />9<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  159. 159. Goals and objectives
  160. 160. EIAH Cake
  161. 161. Entry and Document
  162. 162. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  163. 163. EIAH Information Architecture
  164. 164. Standards and Policies
  165. 165. Information Pool
  166. 166. DSpace
  167. 167. Ontology
  168. 168. EIAH Ontology
  169. 169. The Mediator Level
  170. 170. Aratta
  171. 171. Controlled Vocabulary
  172. 172. Metadata Model
  173. 173. Application Profile
  174. 174. Semantic Portal
  175. 175. Distributed Repositories
  176. 176. OAI-PMH
  177. 177. The Current Implementation
  178. 178. Future Works
  179. 179. References</li></li></ul><li>Standards and Policies<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  180. 180. Goals and objectives
  181. 181. EIAH Cake
  182. 182. Entry and Document
  183. 183. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  184. 184. EIAH Information Architecture
  185. 185. Standards and Policies
  186. 186. Information Pool
  187. 187. DSpace
  188. 188. Ontology
  189. 189. EIAH Ontology
  190. 190. The Mediator Level
  191. 191. Aratta
  192. 192. Controlled Vocabulary
  193. 193. Metadata Model
  194. 194. Application Profile
  195. 195. Semantic Portal
  196. 196. Distributed Repositories
  197. 197. OAI-PMH
  198. 198. The Current Implementation
  199. 199. Future Works
  200. 200. References</li></ul>Software Standard Policies <br />Hardware and Network Standard Policies <br />Technical Tracking Standard Policies <br />Information Storage and Exchange Standard Policies <br />Content Legal and licensing Standard Policies <br />Security Standard Policies<br />Resource Description and metadata Standard Policies<br />10<br />
  201. 201. Information Pool<br />11<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  202. 202. Goals and objectives
  203. 203. EIAH Cake
  204. 204. Entry and Document
  205. 205. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  206. 206. EIAH Information Architecture
  207. 207. Standards and Policies
  208. 208. Information Pool
  209. 209. DSpace
  210. 210. Ontology
  211. 211. EIAH Ontology
  212. 212. The Mediator Level
  213. 213. Aratta
  214. 214. Controlled Vocabulary
  215. 215. Metadata Model
  216. 216. Application Profile
  217. 217. Semantic Portal
  218. 218. Distributed Repositories
  219. 219. OAI-PMH
  220. 220. The Current Implementation
  221. 221. Future Works
  222. 222. References</li></li></ul><li>Information Pool<br />A network of digital repositories, containing various types of resources related to Iranian architecture<br />To establish the grid of digital repositories a powerful Open source solution was necessary.<br />12<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  223. 223. Goals and objectives
  224. 224. EIAH Cake
  225. 225. Entry and Document
  226. 226. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  227. 227. EIAH Information Architecture
  228. 228. Standards and Policies
  229. 229. Information Pool
  230. 230. DSpace
  231. 231. Ontology
  232. 232. EIAH Ontology
  233. 233. The Mediator Level
  234. 234. Aratta
  235. 235. Controlled Vocabulary
  236. 236. Metadata Model
  237. 237. Application Profile
  238. 238. Semantic Portal
  239. 239. Distributed Repositories
  240. 240. OAI-PMH
  241. 241. The Current Implementation
  242. 242. Future Works
  243. 243. References</li></li></ul><li>DSpace<br />DSpace institutional repository platform was chosen after evaluating and reviewing twenty other solutions.<br />EIAH customized and localized DSpace for the institution's needs. These modifications include Persian Calendar, Persian user interface and right to left text rendering.<br />13<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  244. 244. Goals and objectives
  245. 245. EIAH Cake
  246. 246. Entry and Document
  247. 247. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  248. 248. EIAH Information Architecture
  249. 249. Standards and Policies
  250. 250. Information Pool
  251. 251. DSpace
  252. 252. Ontology
  253. 253. EIAH Ontology
  254. 254. The Mediator Level
  255. 255. Aratta
  256. 256. Controlled Vocabulary
  257. 257. Metadata Model
  258. 258. Application Profile
  259. 259. Semantic Portal
  260. 260. Distributed Repositories
  261. 261. OAI-PMH
  262. 262. The Current Implementation
  263. 263. Future Works
  264. 264. References</li></li></ul><li>DSpace<br />Open Source Software<br />The community around DSpace<br />Using crosswalk plug-ins<br />Can customize UI for end user<br />Uses Java, JSP, servlet JSTL<br />Uses Oracle and Postgresql<br />Uses Apache Lucene<br />14<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  265. 265. Goals and objectives
  266. 266. EIAH Cake
  267. 267. Entry and Document
  268. 268. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  269. 269. EIAH Information Architecture
  270. 270. Standards and Policies
  271. 271. Information Pool
  272. 272. DSpace
  273. 273. Ontology
  274. 274. EIAH Ontology
  275. 275. The Mediator Level
  276. 276. Aratta
  277. 277. Controlled Vocabulary
  278. 278. Metadata Model
  279. 279. Application Profile
  280. 280. Semantic Portal
  281. 281. Distributed Repositories
  282. 282. OAI-PMH
  283. 283. The Current Implementation
  284. 284. Future Works
  285. 285. References</li></li></ul><li>Aratta<br />A collaborative research tool (semantic note taking tool)<br />developed as a web-based research tool <br />Semantic relations between notes <br />Reference management services<br />Deploys the conceptual model of the EIAH and defines its relational tags based on this model<br />15<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  286. 286. Goals and objectives
  287. 287. EIAH Cake
  288. 288. Entry and Document
  289. 289. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  290. 290. EIAH Information Architecture
  291. 291. Standards and Policies
  292. 292. Information Pool
  293. 293. DSpace
  294. 294. Ontology
  295. 295. EIAH Ontology
  296. 296. The Mediator Level
  297. 297. Aratta
  298. 298. Controlled Vocabulary
  299. 299. Metadata Model
  300. 300. Application Profile
  301. 301. Semantic Portal
  302. 302. Distributed Repositories
  303. 303. OAI-PMH
  304. 304. The Current Implementation
  305. 305. Future Works
  306. 306. References</li></li></ul><li>Ontology<br />16<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  307. 307. Goals and objectives
  308. 308. EIAH Cake
  309. 309. Entry and Document
  310. 310. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  311. 311. EIAH Information Architecture
  312. 312. Standards and Policies
  313. 313. Information Pool
  314. 314. DSpace
  315. 315. Ontology
  316. 316. EIAH Ontology
  317. 317. The Mediator Level
  318. 318. Aratta
  319. 319. Controlled Vocabulary
  320. 320. Metadata Model
  321. 321. Application Profile
  322. 322. Semantic Portal
  323. 323. Distributed Repositories
  324. 324. OAI-PMH
  325. 325. The Current Implementation
  326. 326. Future Works
  327. 327. References</li></li></ul><li>Ontology<br />A specification of a conceptualization and a formal representation of a set of concepts within a domain and the relationships between those concepts (Tom Gruber, 1992).<br />In Iranian architecture domain, the ontology gives us an overall picture of Iranian architectural history with all its concepts and all their relations. <br />17<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  328. 328. Goals and objectives
  329. 329. EIAH Cake
  330. 330. Entry and Document
  331. 331. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  332. 332. EIAH Information Architecture
  333. 333. Standards and Policies
  334. 334. Information Pool
  335. 335. DSpace
  336. 336. Ontology
  337. 337. EIAH Ontology
  338. 338. The Mediator Level
  339. 339. Aratta
  340. 340. Controlled Vocabulary
  341. 341. Metadata Model
  342. 342. Application Profile
  343. 343. Semantic Portal
  344. 344. Distributed Repositories
  345. 345. OAI-PMH
  346. 346. The Current Implementation
  347. 347. Future Works
  348. 348. References</li></li></ul><li>EIAH Ontology<br />EIAH ontology<br />Temporal<br />Spatial<br />Human (actors and actions)<br />Subclass<br />Persons (as subclass of human entities), <br />Works (monuments and sites) and Geographical Names (as subclass of spatial entities),<br />Historical Periods and Events (as subclass of temporal entities), <br />(Architectural) Terms (which is the abstract level of all classes).<br />18<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  349. 349. Goals and objectives
  350. 350. EIAH Cake
  351. 351. Entry and Document
  352. 352. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  353. 353. EIAH Information Architecture
  354. 354. Standards and Policies
  355. 355. Information Pool
  356. 356. DSpace
  357. 357. Ontology
  358. 358. EIAH Ontology
  359. 359. The Mediator Level
  360. 360. Aratta
  361. 361. Controlled Vocabulary
  362. 362. Metadata Model
  363. 363. Application Profile
  364. 364. Semantic Portal
  365. 365. Distributed Repositories
  366. 366. OAI-PMH
  367. 367. The Current Implementation
  368. 368. Future Works
  369. 369. References</li></li></ul><li>The Mediator Level<br />19<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  370. 370. Goals and objectives
  371. 371. EIAH Cake
  372. 372. Entry and Document
  373. 373. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  374. 374. EIAH Information Architecture
  375. 375. Standards and Policies
  376. 376. Information Pool
  377. 377. DSpace
  378. 378. Ontology
  379. 379. EIAH Ontology
  380. 380. The Mediator Level
  381. 381. Aratta
  382. 382. Controlled Vocabulary
  383. 383. Metadata Model
  384. 384. Application Profile
  385. 385. Semantic Portal
  386. 386. Distributed Repositories
  387. 387. OAI-PMH
  388. 388. The Current Implementation
  389. 389. Future Works
  390. 390. References</li></li></ul><li>The Mediator Level<br />Detects relations between two layers (ontology and repository)<br />Collects and links resources to concepts (entries) <br />Integrates data from other services (e.g. Aratta)<br />Applies controlled vocabulary to improve search quality<br />20<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  391. 391. Goals and objectives
  392. 392. EIAH Cake
  393. 393. Entry and Document
  394. 394. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  395. 395. EIAH Information Architecture
  396. 396. Standards and Policies
  397. 397. Information Pool
  398. 398. DSpace
  399. 399. Ontology
  400. 400. EIAH Ontology
  401. 401. The Mediator Level
  402. 402. Aratta
  403. 403. Controlled Vocabulary
  404. 404. Metadata Model
  405. 405. Application Profile
  406. 406. Semantic Portal
  407. 407. Distributed Repositories
  408. 408. OAI-PMH
  409. 409. The Current Implementation
  410. 410. Future Works
  411. 411. References</li></li></ul><li>Controlled Vocabulary <br />Required for accurate search results (recall and precession)<br />Needed for efficient resource description<br />Expansion of users by multilingual controlled vocabularies.<br />Promoting a broader global overview respecting translation /Culture<br />Three main fields are in our focus: architectural terms, geographical names and united list of peoples name<br />21<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  412. 412. Goals and objectives
  413. 413. EIAH Cake
  414. 414. Entry and Document
  415. 415. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  416. 416. EIAH Information Architecture
  417. 417. Standards and Policies
  418. 418. Information Pool
  419. 419. DSpace
  420. 420. Ontology
  421. 421. EIAH Ontology
  422. 422. The Mediator Level
  423. 423. Aratta
  424. 424. Controlled Vocabulary
  425. 425. Metadata Model
  426. 426. Application Profile
  427. 427. Semantic Portal
  428. 428. Distributed Repositories
  429. 429. OAI-PMH
  430. 430. The Current Implementation
  431. 431. Future Works
  432. 432. References</li></li></ul><li>Metadata Model<br />Customized and based on the Dublin Core (simple & qualified)<br />Uses relational elements as refinements of subject<br />Compliance with EIAH ontology<br />Enables high semantic interoperability among different services<br />22<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  433. 433. Goals and objectives
  434. 434. EIAH Cake
  435. 435. Entry and Document
  436. 436. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  437. 437. EIAH Information Architecture
  438. 438. Standards and Policies
  439. 439. Information Pool
  440. 440. DSpace
  441. 441. Ontology
  442. 442. EIAH Ontology
  443. 443. The Mediator Level
  444. 444. Aratta
  445. 445. Controlled Vocabulary
  446. 446. Metadata Model
  447. 447. Application Profile
  448. 448. Semantic Portal
  449. 449. Distributed Repositories
  450. 450. OAI-PMH
  451. 451. The Current Implementation
  452. 452. Future Works
  453. 453. References</li></li></ul><li>Application Profile<br />23<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  454. 454. Goals and objectives
  455. 455. EIAH Cake
  456. 456. Entry and Document
  457. 457. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  458. 458. EIAH Information Architecture
  459. 459. Standards and Policies
  460. 460. Information Pool
  461. 461. DSpace
  462. 462. Ontology
  463. 463. EIAH Ontology
  464. 464. The Mediator Level
  465. 465. Aratta
  466. 466. Controlled Vocabulary
  467. 467. Metadata Model
  468. 468. Application Profile
  469. 469. Semantic Portal
  470. 470. Distributed Repositories
  471. 471. OAI-PMH
  472. 472. The Current Implementation
  473. 473. Future Works
  474. 474. References</li></li></ul><li> Semantic Portal<br />24<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  475. 475. Goals and objectives
  476. 476. EIAH Cake
  477. 477. Entry and Document
  478. 478. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  479. 479. EIAH Information Architecture
  480. 480. Standards and Policies
  481. 481. Information Pool
  482. 482. DSpace
  483. 483. Ontology
  484. 484. EIAH Ontology
  485. 485. The Mediator Level
  486. 486. Aratta
  487. 487. Controlled Vocabulary
  488. 488. Metadata Model
  489. 489. Application Profile
  490. 490. Semantic Portal
  491. 491. Distributed Repositories
  492. 492. OAI-PMH
  493. 493. The Current Implementation
  494. 494. Future Works
  495. 495. References</li></li></ul><li>Distributed Repositories<br />Widespread cultural heritage centers<br />Huge amount of resources<br />Promoting digital preservation<br />25<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  496. 496. Goals and objectives
  497. 497. EIAH Cake
  498. 498. Entry and Document
  499. 499. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  500. 500. EIAH Information Architecture
  501. 501. Standards and Policies
  502. 502. Information Pool
  503. 503. DSpace
  504. 504. Ontology
  505. 505. EIAH Ontology
  506. 506. The Mediator Level
  507. 507. Aratta
  508. 508. Controlled Vocabulary
  509. 509. Metadata Model
  510. 510. Application Profile
  511. 511. Semantic Portal
  512. 512. Distributed Repositories
  513. 513. OAI-PMH
  514. 514. The Current Implementation
  515. 515. Future Works
  516. 516. References</li></li></ul><li>OAI-PMH<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  517. 517. Goals and objectives
  518. 518. EIAH Cake
  519. 519. Entry and Document
  520. 520. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  521. 521. EIAH Information Architecture
  522. 522. Standards and Policies
  523. 523. Information Pool
  524. 524. DSpace
  525. 525. Ontology
  526. 526. EIAH Ontology
  527. 527. The Mediator Level
  528. 528. Aratta
  529. 529. Controlled Vocabulary
  530. 530. Metadata Model
  531. 531. Application Profile
  532. 532. Semantic Portal
  533. 533. Distributed Repositories
  534. 534. OAI-PMH
  535. 535. The Current Implementation
  536. 536. Future Works
  537. 537. References</li></ul>Open Protocol for Metadata Harvesting<br />HTTP and XML<br />Built-in for DSpace<br />Dublin Core friendly<br />26<br />
  538. 538. The Current Implementation<br />Repository Level: DSpace<br />EIAH Metadata and Application Profile<br />Ontology Level: Semantic Mediawiki tools<br />Mediator Level: Semantic Mediawiki extensions<br />27<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  539. 539. Goals and objectives
  540. 540. EIAH Cake
  541. 541. Entry and Document
  542. 542. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  543. 543. EIAH Information Architecture
  544. 544. Standards and Policies
  545. 545. Information Pool
  546. 546. DSpace
  547. 547. Ontology
  548. 548. EIAH Ontology
  549. 549. The Mediator Level
  550. 550. Aratta
  551. 551. Controlled Vocabulary
  552. 552. Metadata Model
  553. 553. Application Profile
  554. 554. Semantic Portal
  555. 555. Distributed Repositories
  556. 556. OAI-PMH
  557. 557. The Current Implementation
  558. 558. Future Works
  559. 559. References</li></li></ul><li>Future Works<br />Launch of more digital repositories in other cultural heritage centers;<br />Development of EIAH ontology;<br />Development of EIAH controlled vocabulary;<br />Implementing of DSpace XML UI framework (Manakin) to increase adaptability;<br />Enhancement of EIAH application profile based on DCAP Singapore framework;<br />Development of more data visualization tools.<br />28<br /><ul><li> Introduction to EIAH
  560. 560. Goals and objectives
  561. 561. EIAH Cake
  562. 562. Entry and Document
  563. 563. EIAH Information Architecture Objectives
  564. 564. EIAH Information Architecture
  565. 565. Standards and Policies
  566. 566. Information Pool
  567. 567. DSpace
  568. 568. Ontology
  569. 569. EIAH Ontology
  570. 570. The Mediator Level
  571. 571. Aratta
  572. 572. Controlled Vocabulary
  573. 573. Metadata Model
  574. 574. Application Profile
  575. 575. Semantic Portal
  576. 576. Distributed Repositories
  577. 577. OAI-PMH
  578. 578. The Current Implementation
  579. 579. Future Works
  580. 580. References</li>

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