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PublicationQueries in context: Access to digitized historic documents in a collaboratory for the humanities( 2005)
;Thiel, U. ;Brocks, H. ;Dirsch-Weigand, A. ;Everts, A. ;Frommholz, I.Stein, A.In contrast to standard digital libraries, systems addressing the specific requirements of cultural heritage need to deal with digitized material like scanned documents instead of home digital items. Such systems aim at providing the means for domain experts, e.g. historians, to collaboratively work with the given material. To support their work, automatic indexing mechanisms for both textual and pictorial digitized documents need to be combined with retrieval methods exploiting the content as well as the context of information items for precise searches. In the COLLATE project we devised several access methods using textual contents, feature extraction from images, metadata, and annotations provided by the users.
PublicationAgent-based assistance in a digital library user interface( 2005)
;Thiel, U. ;Brocks, H.Stein, A.
PublicationCollaborative research and documentation of European film history( 2004)
;Stein, A. ;Keiper, J. ;Bezerra, L. ;Brocks, H.Thiel, U.
PublicationCOLLATE - A collaboratory supporting research on historic European films( 2004)
;Thiel, U. ;Brocks, H. ;Frommholz, I. ;Dirsch-Weigand, A. ;Keiper, J. ;Stein, A.Neuhold, E.J.
PublicationDocument-centered collaboration for scholars in the humanities - the COLLATE system( 2003)
;Frommholz, I. ;Brocks, H. ;Thiel, U. ;Neuhold, E. ;Iannone, L. ;Semeraro, G. ;Berardi, M.Ceci, M.In contrast to electronic document collections we find in contemporary digital libraries, systems applied in the cultural domain have to satisfy specific requirements with respect to data ingest, management, and access. Such systems should also be able to support the collaborative work of domain experts and furthermore offer mechanisms to exploit the value-added information resulting from a collaborative process like scientific discussions. In this paper, we present the solutions to these requirements developed and realized in the COLLATE system, where advanced methods for document classification, content management, and a new kind of context-based retrieval using scientific discourses are applied.
PublicationHow to incorporate collaborative discourse in cultural digital libraries( 2002)
;Brocks, H. ;Stein, A. ;Frommholz, I. ;Thiel, U.Dirsch-Weigand, A.
PublicationKontextbasiertes Retrieval unter Verwendung verknüpfter Annotationen( 2002)
;Frommholz, I. ;Brocks, H. ;Thiel, U.Stein, A.
PublicationCustomizable Retrieval Functions Based on User Tasks in the Cultural Heritage Domain( 2001)
;Brocks, H. ;Thiel, U. ;Stein, A.Dirsch-Weigand, A.
PublicationCOLLATE - A web-based collaboratory for content-based access to and work with digitized cultural material( 2001)
;Keiper, J. ;Brocks, H. ;Dirsch-Weigand, A. ;Stein, A.Thiel, U.
PublicationCOLLATE - Historische Filmforschung in einem verteilten Annotationssystem im WWW( 2001)
;Brocks, H. ;Dirsch-Weigand, A. ;Keiper, J. ;Stein, A.Thiel, U.