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This interactive system uses an embedded agent for question-based art collection search on the platform of the Indianapolis Museum of Art website. Unlike a keyword search box, AMARA helps users browse and search for artwork by asking them simple questions with answers mapped to social tags. Thus, the users do not need to be subject matter experts to input(More)
Integrating one heterogeneous heritage dataset among various heritage institutions has been a common approach in the era of `Open Data'. Cultural heritage institutions in Korea have also faced rapid changes of data technology and have started to discuss integration of databases among institutions. This will require a paradigm shift from independent(More)
In recent years, the amount of digital content related to cultural heritage resources has been growing to such a degree that it can now be easily published and distributed. However, such digital content is limited to material manifestations, such as monuments and objects that have been preserved over time. According to UNESCO's definition, "cultural(More)
Augmented reality (AR) has received much attention in the cultural heritage domain as an interactive medium for requesting and accessing information regarding heritage sites. In this study, we developed a mobile AR system based on Semantic Web technology to provide contextual information about cultural heritage sites. Most location-based AR systems are(More)
As cultural heritage domain enters the digital heritage era based on advanced digital technology, Augmented Reality(AR) technology has arisen as a new medium for enhancing user experience by augmenting additional information or content. Although there have been several AR applications in the cultural heritage domain, insufficient re-usability and(More)
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