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International Journal on Digital Libraries

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27.08.2020 Open Access

Thinking digital libraries for preservation as digital cultural heritage: by R to R4 facet of FAIR principles

The Art. 2 of the UE Council conclusions of 21 May 2014 on cultural heritage as a strategic resource for a sustainable Europe (2014/C 183/08) states: “Cultural heritage consists of the resources inherited from the past in all forms and …


Towards an ontological cross-disciplinary solution for multidisciplinary data: VI-SEEM data management and the FAIR principles

Different scientific communities produce different kinds of datasets that rely on different data descriptions, approaches, and logical organisations. In such an environment, it is essential to establish a knowledge communication framework that can …

23.01.2020 Open Access

FAIR data for prehistoric mining archaeology

This paper presents an approach how to create FAIR data for prehistoric mining archaeology, based on the CIDOC CRM ontology and semantic web standards. The interdisciplinary Research Centre HiMAT (History of mining activities in the Tyrol and …


A fuzzy approach to evaluate the attributions reliability in the archaeological sources

This paper presents a case study of data management and processing of archaeological information through a relational database. The unusual typology of the ‘small finds’ that were archaeologically analyzed and the specific history of the …


A way to express the reliability of archaeological data: data traceability at the Laboratoire Archéologie et Territoires (Tours, France)

In order to respect the good practices in archaeology disseminated by the MASA Consortium (Archaeologists and Archaeological Sites Memories), the Laboratoire Archéologie et Territoires (Tours, France) wished to evaluate the progress of ArSol …

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This journal examines the theory and practice of acquisition, definition, organization, management, and dissemination of digital information via global networking. It emphasizes issues in digital information production, management, and use; high-speed networks and connectivity; interoperability and seamless integration of information, people, profiles, tasks, and needs; security and privacy of individuals and business transactions; and effective business processes.

Its scope includes:

- Agent technology for information filtering, location and dissemination

- Subscription management and issues in recency of information

- Interoperability of different digital objects

- User interfaces

- Electronic commerce, virtual banking, electronic financial transactions

- Economics of digital libraries, intellectual property issues, billing systems, universal access and tariffs.

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