How can linked data help to describe and search library media?
The article “Content and context description – How linked spatio-temporal data enables novel information services for libraries“ (Authors: Simon Scheider, Auriol Degbelo, Werner Kuhn, Holger Przibytzin) to appear in gis.Science takes a look at the question. It discusses the usefulness of linked spatio-temporal data for the realization of tasks such as the description, searching and analysis of media, and illustrates the ideas presented through examples from LODUM and related work.
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