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Title: Annotating digital libraries and electronic editions in a collaborative and semantic perspective
Authors: Barbera, Michele
Meschini, Federico
Morbidoni, Christian
Tomasi, Francesca
Keywords: Digital Libraries;Electronic Editions;OAC;Semantic Annotations
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Source: Barbera M., Meschini F., Morbidoni C., Tomasi F. 2012. Annotating digital libraries and electronic editions in a collaborative and semantic perspective. In: Digital Libraries and Archives, IRCDL2012. 8th Italian Research Conference on Digital Libraries (IRCDL). Bari. 9-10 February 2012. "Communications in computer and information science" 354 : 45-56
The distinction between digital libraries and electronic editions is becom-ing more and more subtle. The practice of annotation represents a point of conver-gence of two only apparently separated worlds. The aim of this paper is to present a model of collaborative semantic annotation of texts (SemLib project), suggesting a system that find in Semantic Web and Linked Data the solution technologies for en-abling structured semantic annotation, also in the field of electronic editions in Digi-tal Humanities domain. The main purpose of SemLib is to develop an application so to make easy for developers the integration of annotation software in digital librar-ies, which are different both for technical implementations and managed contents, and provide to users, indifferently from their cultural backgrounds, a simple system which could be used as a front-end. We present, for this purpose, a final example of semantic annotation in a specific context: a digital edition of a literary text and the issues that an annotation task involves.
ISSN: 1865-0929
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