DIVE into the Event-Based Browsing of Linked Historical Media

author: Victor de Boer, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
published: Dec. 19, 2014,   recorded: October 2014,   views: 1884


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DIVE is a linked-data digital cultural heritage collection browser. It was developed to provide innovative access to heritage objects from heterogeneous collections, using historical events and narratives as the context for searching, browsing and presentating of individual and group of objects. This paper describes the DIVE Web Demonstrator5. This demonstrator uses semantics from existing collection vocabularies and linked data vocabularies to establish connections between the collection media objects and the events, people, locations and concepts that are depicted or associated with those objects. The innovative interface combines Web technology and theory of interpretation to allow for browsing this network of data in an intuitive "infinite" fashion. DIVE focuses to support digital humanties scholars in their online explorations and research questions.

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