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Published project A.Y. 2017-18

During the academic year, the students of Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge had the opportunity to publish the projects made during the lessons. The projects are listed in this page.

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Roman Epigraphy

Authors: Dello Buono Martina, Mariani Fabio, Spinaci Gianmarco

Course: Scholarly Editing and Digital Approaches

Description: The website tried to offer new solutions for digital epigraphy analysis, creating a new modular structure to make archives simpler for both the manager and the user. The research starts from a geographical point of view. 

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WaterLOD

Authors: Dello Buono Martina, Mariani Fabio, Spinaci Gianmarco

Course: Knowledge Organization and Digital Methods in the Cultural Heritage Domain

Description:  The aim of Battle of the WaterLOD Project is to create an abstract Linked Open model for describing data related to the battle of Waterloo.

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SAKE (Scientific Articles Knowledge Extraction)

Authors: Dello Buono Martina, Mariani Fabio, Spinaci Gianmarco, Zhi Yiwen

Course: Knowledge Representation and Extraction

Description:  The goal is to represent a scientific article's narrative as a knowledge base, associating it with knowledge from cited papers, authors, theories and the structure.

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Virtual Ercolani Tower

Author: Mariani Fabio

Course: Museology, Museography and Virtual Environments

Description: A virtual tour of a noble tower in Ascoli Piceno

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An Old English Translation of Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum 

Authors: Pasqual Valentina, Sartini Bruno

Course: Scholarly Editing and Digital Approaches

Description: The website presents a diplomatic edition of an Old English Manuscript regarding the XXIV chapter of the IV book of Historia Ecclesiastica.

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Knowledge Representation and Extraction of a Poem's Literal and Symbolic Meaning Analysis

Authors: Pasqual Valentina, Sartini Bruno

Course: Knowledge Representation and Extraction

Description: The aim of this project is to collect knowledge of a poem (students have chosen  “I Felt a Funeral, in my Brain” by Emily Dickinson) and convert it in a linked open data environment, as the RDF graph. 

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Ma.Me

Authors: Sebastian Barzaghi, Alessandra Foschi, Gianmarco Santini, Carolina Salluzzi, Sebnem Kabadayi

Course: Intangible Artifacts, Cultural Heritage and Multimedia

Description: A software application able to create a custom Mandala from your experience in looking at a work of art, through computational tools.

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