Digital Silk Roads: A Digital Archive for Linking the Variety of Cultural Heritages

“Digital Silk Roads” is a project for establishing the digital archive of cultural heritage along the Silk Road. The project consists of members whose academic background is either computer science or humanities, so collaboration between members with different background contribute to the balanced evolution of the digital archive between advanced systems and rich contents. We also try to broaden the framework of traditional digital archives, which just aims at preserving existing cultural heritage, into new approaches, such as the recombination of collections into exhibitions, the digital archive of ongoing events, and evolvable archives based on bidirectional interaction. This paper summarizes these trials, and describes ideas and technologies behind new approaches.

Citation

Asanobu KITAMOTO, Makiko ONISHI, Tomohiro IKEZAKI, Takako MURAMATSU, Dominique DEUFF, Eka MEYER, Sonoko SATO, Elham ANDAROODI, Takeo YAMAMOTO, Kinji ONO, "Digital Silk Roads: A Digital Archive for Linking the Variety of Cultural Heritages", IPSJ SIG Computers and the Humanities Symposium 2005, pp. 121-128, 2005-12 (in Japanese)

BibTeX Format

@InProceedings{ jinmonkon05,
	author = {Asanobu KITAMOTO and Makiko ONISHI and Tomohiro IKEZAKI and Takako MURAMATSU and Dominique DEUFF and Eka MEYER and Sonoko SATO and Elham ANDAROODI and Takeo YAMAMOTO and Kinji ONO},
	title = {Digital Silk Roads: A Digital Archive for Linking the Variety of Cultural Heritages},
	booktitle = {IPSJ SIG Computers and the Humanities Symposium 2005},
	pages = {121-128},
	year = 2005,
	month = 12,
	note = { (in Japanese)},
}

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