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    Publicado el 29.11.2012 por Equipo GNOSS

    Decipher, a solution for digital heritage that works with semantic web technologies

    DECIPHER aims to support the discovery and exploration of cultural heritage through story and narrative. To do this the project is developing new solutions to the whole range of narrative construction, knowledge visualisation and display problems for museums.

    Digital heritage and semantic web technologies hold out the promise of nearly unlimited access to cultural knowledge. The problem is that cultural meaning does not reside in individual objects but in the patterns of knowledge and events, belief and thought that link them to each other and to the observer. This is why narrative is so important to the communication of, and meaningful understanding, of culture.

    DECIPHER is developing new solutions to the whole range of narrative construction, knowledge visualisation and display problems, with a high degree of future proofing.

     

    DECIPHER is a three year, €4.3 million Specific Targeted Research Project (STREP) supported by the European Commission.

     

    OBJETIVOS DEL PROYECTO

    · Published semantic workflow models and formalised representations of the curatorial processes.

    · Published schema and software tools for describing cultural content in terms of their relationships to events, places, people and themes, and the user’s purpose and cognitive profile.

    · Search, retrieval and aggregation software tools that harvest cultural content from public sources across domains (art, music, dance etc.) in such a way that it can be semi-automatically described with the event schema.

    · Reasoning-based software tools that support the individual organisation and exploration of content across historical periods and cultural domains.

    · A software Demonstrator built of Open Source components that creates a robust and sustainable repository of narrative that is linked to the collections of digital cultural objects held by partner institutions and external networks. This will be designed for subsequent exploitation on a Software as a Service model.

    · Standard-based user interfaces that deliver a personalised, rich media experience that use any browser-based device capabilities for visualisation, including 3D and stereo image and sound.

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    Compartido el 26.1.2011 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    CloudBuilder es una solución integral de Cloud Computing que proporciona arsys.es. Cloud Builder permite el despliegue de infraestructuras virtuales de hardware y software en una plataforma que es flexible, dinámica y con la máxima seguridad. La propuesta de Computación en la nube de arsys.es es una solución escalable, con todos los recursos necesarios para que el usuario pueda gestionar, sin interrupciones y en tiempo real, picos de demanda y dimensionamiento de servidores, optimizando costes en periodos de menor actividad y sin necesidad de planificaciones previas.

    La solución de Cloud Computing denominada Cloud Builder, según informa la propia web de arsys.es, agrega, elimina, configura, administra, clona servidores según las necesidades del usuario, aplica reglas personalizadas de firewall, balancea cargas y controla todo lo que necesitas para que tu proyecto crezca exponencialmente con la inversión justa.  

    Arsys.es recomienda el uso de cloud builder en organizaciones con dificultades para planificar con exactitud los recursos que van a necesitar en el futuro, tanto para proyectos que requieren de un crecimiento sostenible como para aquellos que soportan picos de demanda.

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    Publicado el 19.12.2009 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Vida online: la Web en 2020 es un trabajo del Social Issues Research Centre redactado por Zoe Khor y el Dr Peter Marsh en diciembre de 2006, que, en lo sustantivo, mantiene su actualidad. Son éstas las principales referencias del estudio tal y como ellos las presentan:
    "The Web in 2020 will see:
    Technology convergence, heralding a single personal email/phone number for life and ‘always on’ connectivity coverage which – technically at least – has 100% global coverage…
    Software as a service will be the norm. This will involve outsourcing and streamlining everything from video conferencing to supply chain management…
    Mobile Web and Internet interfaces will increasingly no longer take the form of high end luxury gadgets, but will instead become utilities. We will still think of them as tools, but by 2020 they will increasingly have become ‘transparent’. Like pen and paper they will be norms, which when in use, become extensions of our bodies…
    • Technologies and applications which ‘make it’ will have stood the Technological Darwinism test. That is, they will enhance an already existing basic human need, such as the need to communicate, exchange goods and services, and shape our own identities, etc…
    • The emergence of the Web and other Internet applications as a ‘glocal’ agora. A market place, meeting place and forum for gossip, debate, politics, entertainment and more, potentially creating…
    • … a more socially aware generation – instead of seeing a rise in ‘web based personality disorders’, the space which online communities and social networking sites provide for ‘face work’ will see a generation of highly socialised and culturally sensitive individuals…
    Work spaces and work time will be more fluid (for some)…
    The Internet will be green – relying on technologies that require reduced energy, alternative energy sources and offsetting of contributions to carbon emissions
    • The Web, online communities and social networking sites will have facilitated the development of an alternative economy. Supplementing a cash economy with a ‘relative economy’ this will see goods, services and time ‘traded’ by individuals, groups and perhaps even businesses both locally and across the world…
    • The distribution of mainstream mass media – TV, film, music – will have changed significantly. Already Channel 42 have announced plans to sell domestic programmes over the internet. On demand pay-per-view packages, as well as ‘bottom up’ cultural production as facilitated by YouTube, will see media consumption further personalised and diversified…
    • After some early teething problems, voting will be carried out online and via mobile technologies, this will have increased turn out figures, and resulted in more referendums being called…
    • ... However, several Digital Divides will persist. One will be a self-selecting ‘lifestyle’ demographic of largely middle class individuals living in the post-industrial West who will ‘drop out’ of the ICT revolution in a ‘Luddite’ by choice movement… the other, more disconcertingly, will be large numbers of people in Sub-Saharan Africa, parts of Asia and South America who simply do not have the means to ‘connect’ to the Internet…"

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    Compartido el 14.7.2009 por Equipo GNOSS

    Página principal de la web de Ghost en español donde se pueden consultar las principales características del servicio. Ghost es, según escriben en su pagina "un Sistema de Operaciones Hospedadas Globalmente que brinda un servicio gratis de Computadora Virtual (CV) completa basada en Internet, incluyendo un escritorio personal, archivos y aplicaciones, desde cualquier navegador, cualquier lugar".Según la compañía, se puede usar un archivo de carga/descarga para mover permanentemente los archivos (documentos, música, fotos, etc) a G.ho.st. "Se puede usar G.ho.st(R) mail como tu servicio de correo y usar el agregado de POP para recibir mails de tus otros servicios de correos (también como tu nuevo@G.ho.st email). También puedes usar Mis Items G.ho.st(R) para manejar tus cosas Web (links a fotos Flickr, Google Docs, videos YouTube, etc.) y usar el navegador G.ho.st para asegurarte que tus marcadores y cookies están disponibles desde cualquier lugar"

     

     

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