Adding Semantic Extension to Wikis for Enhancing Cultural Heritage Applications

Eric Leclercq 1 Marinette Savonnet 2
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Le2i - Laboratoire Electronique, Informatique et Image
Abstract : Wikis are appropriate systems for community-authored content. In the past few years, they show that are particularly suitable for collaborative works in cultural heritage. In this paper, we highlight how wikis can be relevant solutions for building cooperative applications in domains characterized by a rapid evolution of knowledge. We will point out the capabilities of semantic extension to provide better quality of content, to improve searching, to support complex queries and finally to carry out di fferent type of users. We describe the CARE project and explain the conceptual modeling approach. We detail the architecture of WikiBridge, a semantic wiki which allows simple, n-ary and recursive annotations as well as consistency checking. A speci fic section is dedicated to the ontology design which is the compulsory foundational knowledge for the application.
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Springer. International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and its APplications, 2011, France. pp.348-361, 2011
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Eric Leclercq, Marinette Savonnet. Adding Semantic Extension to Wikis for Enhancing Cultural Heritage Applications. Springer. International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and its APplications, 2011, France. pp.348-361, 2011. <hal-00934969>

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