DIRICKS: Distributed Integration, gaRdening and Investigation for Cultural Knowledge with Streams

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DIRICKS is a research collaboration between the labs LIRIS (Lyon, France) and NTNU (Trondheim, Norway) about knowledge gardening in the cultural heritage domain.

Project details

Overview of the DIRICKS project

In the cultural heritage domain, the diversity of models, formats, providers and the scattering of data make it difficult for end-users to access fresh and reliable information. For instance, consider the Norwegian writer Henrik Ibsen. General information about this author are stored in knowledge bases such as DBpedia, VIAF or Freebase, uncommon facts are spread in fans web pages, and news about exhibitions related to his works might be available on streaming media such as Twitter. To provide a complete view of Ibsen's artistic life, it is necessary to aggregate this complementary, inconsistent and/or redundant knowledge. The DIRICKS project focuses on integrating heterogeneous data sources in a scalable and dynamic context for improving cultural heritage user experience in terms of search, navigation and exploration.

Keywords: Knowledge Gardening, Cultural Heritage, Data Integration, Linked Open Data, Semantic Web, Stream, Peer-to-Peer

For more details about DIRICKS, read the project proposal.

Funding

DIRICKS is supported through different fundings.

Type of fundingProject nameDatesFunding institute
PICSDIRICKS2015-2017CNRS
Ph.D. grant-2015-2017ANRT, Progilone
PHCMODALS2015Campus France
PHCKOGAR2013Campus France

Participants

The following table lists the members of the DIRICKS project. If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of the coordinators.

NameHomepageRoleInstituteContact
Trond AalbergCoordinatorNTNUcontact Trond Aalberg
Fabien DuchateauCoordinatorLIRIScontact Fabien Duchateau
Joffrey DecoursellePh.D. CandidateLIRIS
Mohand-Said HacidResearcherLIRIS
Nicolas LumineauResearcherLIRIS
Heri RamampiaroResearcherNTNU
Audun VenneslandPh.D. CandidateNTNU

Publications

Below is the list of publications related to the DIRICKS collaboration.

  • 1. BIB-R: A Benchmark for the Interpretation of Bibliographic Records 
    Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL), 2016
    Joffrey Decourselle and Fabien Duchateau and Trond Aalberg and Naimdjon Takhirov and Nicolas Lumineau

  • 2. Open Datasets for Evaluating the Interpretation of Bibliographic Records 
    Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 2016
    Decourselle, Joffrey and Duchateau, Fabien and Aalberg, Trond and Takhirov, Naimdjon and Lumineau, Nicolas

  • 3. Towards a Pattern-based Semantic Enrichment of Bibliographic Entities 
    IEEE TCDL, 2016
    Decorselle, Joffrey

  • 4. Syrtis: New Perspectives for Semantic Web Adoption 
    BOBCATSSS, 2016
    Decourselle, Joffrey and Duchateau, Fabien and Ganier, Ronald

  • 5. e-Document Standards as Background Knowledge in Context-Based Ontology Matching 
    ESWC PhD Symposium, 2015
    Audun Vennesland

  • 6. A Novel Vision for Navigation and Enrichment in Cultural Heritage Collections 
    ADBIS Workshop - Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage (SW4CH), 2015
    Joffrey Decourselle and Audun Vennesland and Trond Aalberg and Fabien Duchateau and Nicolas Lumineau

  • 7. A Survey of FRBRization Techniques 
    Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL), 2015
    Joffrey Decourselle and Fabien Duchateau and Nicolas Lumineau

  • 8. A Pattern-based Framework for Best Practice Implementation of CRM/FRBRoo 
    ADBIS Workshop - Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage (SW4CH), 2015
    Trond Aalberg and Audun Vennesland and Maliheh Farrokhnia

  • 9. KIEV: a Tool for Extracting Semantic Relations from the World Wide Web 
    International Conference on Extending Database Technology (EDBT), 2014
    Naimdjon Takhirov and Fabien Duchateau and Trond Aalberg and Ingeborg Solvberg

  • 10. An Integrated Approach for Large-Scale Relation Extraction from the Web 
    Asia-Pacific Web Conference (APWeb), 2013
    Naimdjon Takhirov and Fabien Duchateau and Trond Aalberg and Ingeborg Solvberg

  • 11. The value of MARC data, or, challenges of frbrisation 
    Journal of Documentation, 2013
    Aalberg, Trond and Zumer, Maja

  • 12. A Generic and Flexible Framework for Selecting Correspondences in Matching and Alignment Problems (best paper award) 
    International Conference on Data Management Technologies and Applications (DATA), 2013
    Fabien Duchateau

  • 13. An Evidence-based Verification Approach to Extract Entities for Knowledge Base Population 
    International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC), 2012
    Naimdjon Takhirov and Fabien Duchateau and Trond Aalberg

  • 14. FRBR-ML: A FRBR-based Framework for Semantic Interoperability 
    Journal of Semantic Web, 2012
    Naimdjon Takhirov and Fabien Duchateau and Trond Aalberg and Maja Zumer

  • 15. Ontology alignment in browser-based P2P nodes (demo) 
    Ingénierie des Connaissances (IC), 2012
    Médini, Lionel and Lumineau, Nicolas and Dieudonné, Nathalie and Vallier, Lionel

  • 16. Linking FRBR Entities to LOD through Semantic Matching 
    Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL), 2011
    Naimdjon Takhirov and Fabien Duchateau and Trond Aalberg

  • 17. Supporting FRBRization of Web Product Descriptions 
    Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL), 2011
    Naimdjon Takhirov and Fabien Duchateau and Trond Aalberg

  • 18. FRBRPedia: a Tool for FRBRizing Web Products and Linking FRBR Entities to DBpedia 
    Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 2011
    Fabien Duchateau and Naimdjon Takhirov and Trond Aalberg