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Interoperability between Multimedia Collections for Content and Metadata-Based Searching

Interoperability between Multimedia Collections for Content and Metadata-Based Searching
Interoperability between Multimedia Collections for Content and Metadata-Based Searching
Artiste is a European project developing a cross-collection search system for art galleries and museums. It combines image content retrieval with text based retrieval and uses RDF mappings in order to integrate diverse databases. The test sites of the Louvre, Victoria and Albert Museum, Uffizi Gallery and National Gallery London provide their own database schema for existing metadata, avoiding the need for migration to a common schema. The system will accept a query based on one museum’s fields and convert them, through an RDF mapping into a form suitable for querying the other collections. The nature of some of the image processing algorithms means that the system can be slow for some computations, so the system is session-based to allow the user to return to the results later. The system has been built within a J2EE/EJB framework, using the Jboss Enterprise Application Server.
RDF, Interoperability, Multimedia, Content-based Retrieval
Allen, P
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Boniface, M
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Lewis, P
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Martinez, K
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Allen, P
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Boniface, M
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Lewis, P
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Martinez, K
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Allen, P, Boniface, M, Lewis, P and Martinez, K (2002) Interoperability between Multimedia Collections for Content and Metadata-Based Searching At WWW2002, United States. 07 - 11 May 2002.

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Abstract

Artiste is a European project developing a cross-collection search system for art galleries and museums. It combines image content retrieval with text based retrieval and uses RDF mappings in order to integrate diverse databases. The test sites of the Louvre, Victoria and Albert Museum, Uffizi Gallery and National Gallery London provide their own database schema for existing metadata, avoiding the need for migration to a common schema. The system will accept a query based on one museum’s fields and convert them, through an RDF mapping into a form suitable for querying the other collections. The nature of some of the image processing algorithms means that the system can be slow for some computations, so the system is session-based to allow the user to return to the results later. The system has been built within a J2EE/EJB framework, using the Jboss Enterprise Application Server.

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Published date: 2002
Additional Information: Event Dates: 7-11 May 2002
Venue - Dates: WWW2002, United States, 2002-05-07 - 2002-05-11
Keywords: RDF, Interoperability, Multimedia, Content-based Retrieval
Organisations: Web & Internet Science, Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 257372
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/257372
PURE UUID: ff05ca6b-76ef-4a1a-a607-97680f14ce9f
ORCID for K Martinez: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-3859-5700

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Date deposited: 27 Jun 2003
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:39

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Author: P Allen
Author: M Boniface
Author: P Lewis
Author: K Martinez ORCID iD

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