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A Study on Extension of Culture Contents Service Based on Linked Open Data: Focused on the K-Food Contents (LOD기반의 문화콘텐츠 정보서비스 확장에 관한 연구: K-Food 분야를 중심으로)

  • Yoo, Hyeon-Gyeong;Yuk, Hye-In;Han, Hee-Jung;Kim, Yong
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.32 no.1
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    • pp.109-134
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    • 2015
  • In the Korean wave 3.0 age, it is needed to prepare how to globalize and hold Korean culture through development of various Korean wave culture contents from existing contents focused on media. The goal of this study is to establish the foundation for developing the various Korean wave culture contents as linking information about other culture contents as well as food culture by extending Korean culture contents service based on LOD. For this purpose, this study established and assorted the concept of food culture through the literature review and case study and analyzed the applicability of the services of food culture contents based on LOD. Futhermore, this study provides the basis on extension of Korean wave culture service and suggests the process of implementation of food culture LOD and service model.

i-Manager: An Implementation of LOD Instance Development System (i-Manager : LOD 인스턴스 개발 시스템의 구현)

  • Moon, Hee-kyung;Han, Sung-kook
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Information and Communication Engineering
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    • v.21 no.6
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    • pp.1174-1182
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    • 2017
  • The research and development on Web of Data to realize the opening and sharing of diverse, heterogonous data on the Web has been actively accomplished. As a standard data model for this effort, LOD (Linked Open Data) based on ontology has been proposed. A specialized instance generation system is vital to the development of LOD-based system effectively. This paper implements i-Manager as an appropriate environment for the development of LOD instances, considering the requirements of LOD systems and the practical development environment of the diverse application domains. i-Manager separates the instance layer from the ontology layer by way of LOD Interface Sheet (LIS) and implements the specialized functions requested in LOD instance development, such as instance edit/store, visualization and SPARQL query processing. This paper proposes a new approach for LOD instance development, and i-Manager can be applied for the practical LOD development environment in the diverse application areas.

Big Data based Tourist Attractions Recommendation - Focus on Korean Tourism Organization Linked Open Data - (빅데이터 기반 관광지 추천 시스템 구현 - 한국관광공사 LOD를 중심으로 -)

  • Ahn, Jinhyun;Kim, Eung-Hee;Kim, Hong-Gee
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.36 no.4
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    • pp.129-148
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    • 2017
  • Conventional exhibition management information systems recommend tourist attractions that are close to the place in which an exhibition is held. Some recommended attractions by the location-based recommendation could be meaningless when nothing is related to the exhibition's topic. Our goal is to recommend attractions that are related to the content presented in the exhibition, which can be coined as content-based recommendation. Even though human exhibition curators can do this, the quality is limited to their manual task and knowledge. We propose an automatic way of discovering attractions relevant to an exhibition of interests. Language resources are incorporated to discover attractions that are more meaningful. Because a typical single machine is unable to deal with such large-scale language resources efficiently, we implemented the algorithm on top of Apache Spark, which is a well-known distributed computing framework. As a user interface prototype, a web-based system is implemented that provides users with a list of relevant attractions when users are browsing exhibition information, available at http://bike.snu.ac.kr/WARP. We carried out a case study based on Korean Tourism Organization Linked Open Data with Korean Wikipedia as a language resource. Experimental results are demonstrated to show the efficiency and effectiveness of the proposed system. The effectiveness was evaluated against well-known exhibitions. It is expected that the proposed approach will contribute to the development of both exhibition and tourist industries by motivating exhibition visitors to become active tourists.

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A Study on the Model of Appraisal and Acquisition for Digital Documentary Heritage : Focused on 'Whole-of-Society Approach' in Canada (디지털기록유산 평가·수집 모형에 대한 연구 캐나다 'Whole-of-Society 접근법'을 중심으로)

  • Pak, Ji-Ae;Yim, Jin Hee
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.44
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    • pp.51-99
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of the archival appraisal has gradually changed from the selection of records to the documentation of the society. In particular, the qualitative and quantitative developments of the current digital technology and web have become the driving force that enables semantic acquisition, rather than physical one. Under these circumstances, the concept of 'documentary heritage' has been re-established internationally, led by UNESCO. Library and Archives Canada (LAC) reflects this trend. LAC has been trying to develop a new appraisal model and an acquisition model at the same time to revive the spirit of total archives, which is the 'Whole-of-society approach'. Features of this approach can be summarized in three main points. First, it is for documentary heritage and the acquisition refers to semantic acquisition, not the physical one. And because the object of management is documentary heritage, the cooperation between documentary heritage institutions has to be a prerequisite condition. Lastly, it cannot only documenting what already happened, it can documenting what is happening in the current society. 'Whole-of-society approach', as an appraisal method, is a way to identify social components based on social theories. The approach, as an acquisition method, is targeting digital recording, which includes 'digitized' heritage and 'born-digital' heritage. And it makes possible to the semantic acquisition of documentary heritage based on the data linking by mapping identified social components as metadata component and establishing them into linked open data. This study pointed out that it is hard to realize documentation of the society based on domestic appraisal system since the purpose is limited to selection. To overcome this limitation, we suggest a guideline applied with 'Whole-of-society approach'.