Wolff, A.; Zdrahal, Z. and Kouba, Z.
Tools for personalised annotation and organisation of diverse Web resources.
In: Proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA’02), 2-6 Sept 2002, Aix-En-Provence, France, pp. 559–563.
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The CIPHER project is concerned with developing tools and methodologies to support the exploration of cultural heritage via Web-based Cultural Heritage Forums. As part of the project, a resource annotation tool (RAT) is being developed to support the collection, annotation and retrieval of diverse Web resources to provide content for personal or shared spaces within a forum. Interaction with the RAT tool will enable a user to reuse and personalise an official site ontology, based on personal interests and for a group of users to identify overlapping areas of interest. Tools will further be provided to facilitate users in the construction of coherent stories using their personal content, based on narrative principles. This paper describes the existing functionality of the RAT tool and plans for future development.
||CIPHER project; Web-based cultural heritage forums; cultural heritage; diverse Web resources; narrative principles; personal interests; personal spaces; personalised annotation; personalised organisation; resource annotation tool; shared spaces; site ontology
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