Cultural Heritage and ICT: State of the Art and Perspectives
This paper tries to outline the evolution of the role of ICT with respect to Cultural Heritage showing how, starting from the first digitization projects, ICT has gradually become the major driving force for both preserving and exploiting Cultural Heritage. Specifically, the key role of advances in automatic recognition within texts and multimedia information are considered.
Essential Website References
Cultural Heritage Search Engine
Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI)
Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative (FADGI)
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH), ACM, New York
Journal of Cultural Heritage, Elsevier, Amsterdam, NL
Library of Congress, Washington, USA
MPEG official site
UNESCO - Intangible Cultural Heritage
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) - Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
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An Advanced Technology for Music Contents
Digital Archives for Music Cultural Heritage
Digitizing Audio, Scores, and Iconographic Materials
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