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1Greinoecker, A. ; Seaward, L ; Terras, M. ; Ares Oliveira, S. ; Bosch, V. ; Bryan, M. ; Colutto, S. ; Déjean, H. ; Diem, M. ; Fiel, S. ; Gatos, B. ; Grüning, T. ; Hackl, G. ; Haukkovaara, V. ; Heyer, G. ; Hirvonen, L. ; Hodel, T. ; Jokinen, M. ; Kahle, P. ; Kallio, M. ; Kaplan, F. ; Kleber, F. ; Labahn, R. ; Lang, E.M. ; Laube, S. ; Leifert, G. ; Louloudis, G. ; McNicholl, R. ; Meunier, J.-L. ; Michael, J. ; Mühlbauer, E. ; Philipp, N. ; Pratikakis, I. ; Pérez, J.P. ; Putz, H. ; Retsinas, G. ; Romero, V. ; Sablatnig, R. ; Sánchez, J.A. ; Schofield, P. ; Sfikas, G. ; Sieber, C. ; Stamatopoulos, N. ; Tobias Strauß, T. ; Terbul, T. ; Ulreich, B ; Villegas, M. ; Vidal, E. ; Walcher, J. ; Weidemann, M. ; Wurster, H. ; Zagoris, K. ; Toselli, A.H. ; Muehlberger, G,: Transforming scholarship in the archives through handwritten text recognition.
In: Journal of documentation. 75(2019) no.5, S.954-976.
Abstract: Purpose An overview of the current use of handwritten text recognition (HTR) on archival manuscript material, as provided by the EU H2020 funded Transkribus platform. It explains HTR, demonstrates Transkribus, gives examples of use cases, highlights the affect HTR may have on scholarship, and evidences this turning point of the advanced use of digitised heritage content. The paper aims to discuss these issues. Design/methodology/approach This paper adopts a case study approach, using the development and delivery of the one openly available HTR platform for manuscript material. Findings Transkribus has demonstrated that HTR is now a useable technology that can be employed in conjunction with mass digitisation to generate accurate transcripts of archival material. Use cases are demonstrated, and a cooperative model is suggested as a way to ensure sustainability and scaling of the platform. However, funding and resourcing issues are identified. Research limitations/implications The paper presents results from projects: further user studies could be undertaken involving interviews, surveys, etc. Practical implications Only HTR provided via Transkribus is covered: however, this is the only publicly available platform for HTR on individual collections of historical documents at time of writing and it represents the current state-of-the-art in this field. Social implications The increased access to information contained within historical texts has the potential to be transformational for both institutions and individuals. Originality/value This is the first published overview of how HTR is used by a wide archival studies community, reporting and showcasing current application of handwriting technology in the cultural heritage sector.
Inhalt: Vgl.: https://doi.org/10.1108/JD-07-2018-0114.
2Niemi, T. ; Hirvonen, L. ; Järvelin, K.: Multidimensional data model and query language for informetrics.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and technology. 54(2003) no.10, S.939-951.
Abstract: Multidimensional data analysis or On-line analytical processing (OLAP) offers a single subject-oriented source for analyzing summary data based an various dimensions. We demonstrate that the OLAP approach gives a promising starting point for advanced analysis and comparison among summary data in informetrics applications. At the moment there is no single precise, commonly accepted logical/conceptual model for multidimensional analysis. This is because the requirements of applications vary considerably. We develop a conceptual/logical multidimensional model for supporting the complex and unpredictable needs of informetrics. Summary data are considered with respect of some dimensions. By changing dimensions the user may construct other views an the same summary data. We develop a multidimensional query language whose basic idea is to support the definition of views in a way, which is natural and intuitive for lay users in the informetrics area. We show that this view-oriented query language has a great expressive power and its degree of declarativity is greater than in contemporary operation-oriented or SQL (Structured Query Language)-like OLAP query languages.