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Application of blog for setting metadata of digital archives- a value added aspect

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2 Author(s)
Zih-Ping Ho ; Taichung Div., Soc. of Wilderness, Taichung, Taiwan ; Huei-Ju Lee

A digital archive is a digital database, which is built by the internet, websites' culture and information techniques. In digital archives, there's a high correlation between documental connotation and information techniques, especially in historically cultural information. Numerous institutions archives are going digitalized. People are able to access digital archives information, even if seldom people could access the original. However, on the current artificial intelligence methodology, it is still a hard problem to describe a story for humans after computer reading mass information. At this moment, if we can gather a lot of friends from the internet, discussing valuable photos, articles or videos from blogs, then, it would form a popular approach to set up a metadata. This paper offers this new concept to illustrate the new ideas, hoping that it can reduce the gap between current techniques and a willingness to create new ones. It also could create new meanings of knowledge management and cultural development.

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Digital Content, Multimedia Technology and its Applications (IDC), 2010 6th International Conference on

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16-18 Aug. 2010