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  1. 1. Using images in Digital Humanities Matthieu BONICEL State of the art in image recognition, LIBER Forum for Digital Cultural Heritage London, June 2015
  2. 2. What do we have now?
  3. 3. <2007 : 0
  4. 4. 2008 : c. 4000 manuscripts
  5. 5. 2015 : >20 000 manuscripts
  6. 6. What’s next? Image files Records - descriptions Additional metadata Image metadata Authority files Bibliographic records
  7. 7. Use of images Edition / Transcription Additional description Reference / linking Manipulation Annotation
  8. 8. Interoperability Presentation API Image API Search API
  9. 9. IIIF Consortium • FoundedJune 15-16th in Oxford • 11 founding members • To improve sharing and display of image- based scholarly ressources on the web Bodleian Library, British Library, Stanford University libraries, BnF, Bavarian State Library, National Library of Norway, Princeton University Library, Wellcome trust, Yale University
  10. 10. Applications at Biblissima • M• Mirador Viewer • http://demos.biblissima- condorcet.fr/mirador/
  11. 11. Applications at Biblissima (2) • Cut-off illuminations and original manuscript • http://demos.biblissima- condorcet.fr/chateauroux/osd-demo/
  12. 12. Applications at Biblissima (3) • Images matching electronic edition • http://demos.biblissima- condorcet.fr/roman-bl-caen/m1/
  13. 13. Current or future projects • Prototype for linking 2 major illuminations databases in France: Mandragore and Initiale using a semantic framework (CubicWeb, also used for data.bnf.fr and reliures.bnf.fr) • Migration of Mandragore database using TEI and the application created for reliures.bnf.fr (and maybe for icono15?) • Digital paleography (IRHT) : ORIFLAMMS (2013-2016): mix team of palaeographers and computer analysts: studying coherence and variability of graphical systems. Establish an ontology of forms and graphical analysis • HIMANIS: indexing large-scale collections of medieval manuscripts, pertaining to tangible European cultural heritage. • More projects to come to try and build large corpuses of searchable texts based on digital images. Try and cross a new step in medieval text research.
  14. 14. Thank you! matthieu.bonicel@biblissima-condorcet.fr http://www.biblissima-condorcet.fr http://bnf.libguides.com/manuscrits

Notes de l'éditeur

  • Manuscripts and other special collections are complex, we have a lot of information to offer :
    Digital surrogates (one or several, digital microfilms)
    Reference description (=records)
    Additional metadata : specialised records, image databases etc.
    Image / technical metadata : sequence files, size of image, type of files, information concerning digitisation workshop
    Authority files : linked to records, centralised in the library
    Bibliographic records : very common in special collections and very useful
  • Image API : URL syntax to visualize distantly any document from any compatible repository
    Presentation API : manifests giving access both to bibliographic records, sequence file (1 or several sequences) and any additional ressource avaliable
    Search API: currently being defined
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