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Integration of different consultation models in cultural heritage web: the SIRBeC experiment


TitleIntegration of different consultation models in cultural heritage web: the SIRBeC experiment
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsGagliardi, I.
Secondary TitleInternational Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting: Proceedings from ichim03
PublisherArchives & Museum Informatics
Place PublishedÉcole du Louvre, Paris, France
EditorPerrot,(d. 2007), X.
Keywordsconsultation models, cultural heritage, geographic data, ichim, ichim03, images, SIRBeC web site, SQL query, SVG, web design methodology
Abstract

In this paper we present the SIRBeC web site, designed and implemented by CNR - ITC, showing its main characteristics, in particular: the methodology followed in defining the navigation and search models for different user typologies; and the procedure for the integration of geographic queries against georeferential data. Precisely, in addition to navigation and query capabilities, the SIRBeC web site has been supplied with a tool for the visualization and querying of the geographic data. The module is based on SVG, a standard application of XML created for the description of images by means of vectorial features.

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