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Title: Ontology-based web tools for retrieving photogrammetric cultural heritage models
Authors: Ben Ellefi, M.
Drap, Pierre
Papini, Odile
Merad, Djamal
Royer, Jean-Philip
Nawaf, Mohamad Motasem
Nocerino, E.
Hyttinen, Kari
Sourisseau, Jean-Christophe
Gambin, Timmy
Castro, Filipe
Keywords: Cultural property -- Data processing
Semantic Web
Ontologies (Information retrieval)
Three-dimensional imaging
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Copernicus Publications
Citation: Ellefi, M. B., Drap, P., Papini, O., Merad, D., Royer, J. P., Nawaf, M. M., ... & Castro, F. (2019). Ontology-based web tools for retrieving photogrammetric cultural heritage models. ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, 42(2/W10), 31-38.
Abstract: A key challenge in cultural heritage (CH) sites visualization is to provide models and tools that effectively integrate the content of a CH data with domain-specific knowledge so that the users can query, interpret and consume the visualized information. Moreover, it is important that the intelligent visualization systems are interoperable in the semantic web environment and thus, capable of establishing a methodology to acquire, integrate, analyze, generate and share numeric contents and associated knowledge in human and machine-readable Web. In this paper, we present a model, a methodology and a software Web-tools that support the coupling of the 2D/3D Web representation with the knowledge graph database of Xlendi shipwreck. The Web visualization tools and the knowledge-based techniques are married into a photogrammetry driven ontological model while at the same time, user-friendly web tools for querying and semantic consumption of the shipwreck information are introduced.
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