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Dr Carlo Meghini - Extending Digital Libraries with Digital Narratives

Dr Carlo MEGHINI Institute of Science and Information Technology "A. Faedo", National Council of Research (CNR) - ITDr Carlo Meghini (M) graduated in Computer Science at the University of Pisa in 1979 and since 1984 works as a researcher at ISTI CNR. He is a member of the Networked Multimedia Information System laboratory, where he leads the Digital Library group ( His areas of interest are digital libraries and semantic technologies. He is involved in European projects since 1986, in the areas of Information Retrieval, Digital Libraries and Digital Preservation. From 2007 to 2014 he has been involved in the ...
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Blandine Nouvel - Deconstructing for reconstructing: the use of the BBT for reorganising the PACTOLS thesaurus

Blandine NOUVELCentre Camille Jullian (CCJ) & Mediterranean House of Human Sciences & GdS Frantiq / CNRS, University Aix-Marseille - FRBlandine Nouvel learned archaeology and information sciences. After several experiences in libraries at technical and cultural organizations, she is now responsible for engineering and documentary resources at the Centre Camille Jullian, research laboratory in archeology in Aix-en-Provence (CNRS-Aix Marseille University). Convinced of the need to widen access to scientific information, she is particularly interested in the questions of standardization and structuring of the metadata that she implements in projects to publish research data. This led her to launch the reorganization of ...
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Prof. Julian D. Richards - Making Archaeology FAIR: in the Archaeology Data Service and ARIADNE

Prof. Julian D. RichardsDepartment of Archaeology, University of York - UKJulian Richards is Professor of Archaeology at the University of York. He is Director of the Centre for Digital Heritage, and founding Director of the Archaeology Data Service, and the e-journal Internet Archaeology (both established in 1996). His direct involvement in archaeological computing began in 1980 when he started his PhD research studying pre-Christian Anglo-Saxon burial ritual using the computing power of an ICL mainframe and an early Z80 micro-computer. In 1985 he co-authored the first textbook in archaeological computing for Cambridge University Press, and has subsequently written numerous papers ...
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Prof. Douglas Tudhope - Reflections on the semantic integration of archaeological datasets and grey literature reports

Prof. Douglas TUDHOPEUniversity of South Wales - UKCo-author: Ceri BINDINGAHRC funded STAR, STELLAR and SENESCHAL projects (Semantic Tools for Archaeological Resources), in collaboration with English Heritage and the EPSRC funded FACET project, in collaboration with the Science Museum, investigating thesaurus-based query expansion. He led the Linking Archaeological Data Work Package for the ARIADNE FP7 Infrastructures Project. Since 1977, he has been an Editor of the journal, New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia. He is a member of the Networked Knowledge Organisation Systems/Services (NKOS) network. He was a member ISO TC46/SC9/SC8 (and NISO) working group developing the new thesaurus standard (ISO ...
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