The Landscape of Digital Annotation and Its Meaning

author: Niels-Oliver Walkowski, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
published: Nov. 8, 2016,   recorded: September 2016,   views: 909


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In this paper I argue that due to the development of computational environments the usage scenarios and the interpretation of annotations have become an increasingly complex issue. Furthermore, I evaluate the different contextual dimensions which constitute the meaning of annotation data and present a formal scheme for their systematization.

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