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Dr milorad tosic mr valentina milicevic dr miomir stankovic

Intelligent Information Systems: AContribution to the Next Generation National Heritage Infrastructure

Dr Milorad Tosic,

Mr Valentina Milicevic,

Dr Miomir Stankovic


National heritage

National Heritage

  • For whom?

    • Individual people

    • Society

    • Part of the World’s heritage

    • Future generations

  • Level of impact?

    • Directly proportional to the level of interaction within the complex system around the national heritage

      • Young people learning history, art, archeology, …

      • Journalists, researchers, politicians, scientists, …


National heritage1

National Heritage

  • Traditional interaction with national heritage

    • Visiting museum exhibitions

    • Read books and catalogs

    • Store material artifacts in archives and museum’s warehouses

    • Scientists do research on the archives, develop specialized knowledge and present it to public – time consuming and expensive process with limited impact

  • How to achieve appropriate impact?

    • Easy access to information, but

    • MORE IMPORTANT – massive adoption through innovative ways for seamless, pervasive, user-friendly and personalized social interaction


Intelligent information systems iis

Intelligent Information Systems (IIS)

  • IIS concepts [TOSMIL,TOS,CH]

    • (Context sensitive) Semantics

    • Active distributed knowledge

    • Complex adaptive systems

    • Interactive communities of agents (human as well as software)

  • IIS value-add

    • Higher quality of interaction necessary for massive adoption


Quality of interaction on the web

Quality of interaction on the Web?

  • How many of you have ever used the Web?

    • (ALL – easy, available, valuable, pervasive)

  • How many of you want to contribute to Web site building?

    • (CONFLICT – contribute ALL – tedious building FIEW)

  • How many of you personally maintain or hire a service to maintain your Web site?

    • (FIEW or DON’T KNOW – tedious work requiring technical knowledge)

  • How many of you have had a problem updating your site?

    • (FIEW – due to expensive SA support, UPDATES ARE REAR AND RISKY)


Quality of interaction on the web1

Quality of interaction on the Web?

  • How many of you have the need for collaborative mechanisms and group support?

    • (ALL have the need but FIEW recognize the need)

  • How many of you have the need to accumulate personal knowledge built over a general topic?

    • (ALL have the need but FIEW have first-hand experience)

  • What about distributed, shared, and community knowledge?

    • (Value for ALL but critical mass threshold is high)

  • How many of you would like to have easy access to national heritage knowledge and interact with it?

    • (ALL – but REQUIRES Next Generation National Heritage Infrastructure)


Our answer collaborative semantic web portal prototype

Our answer: Collaborative Semantic Web Portal Prototype

  • Collaborative workspace that brings together

    • People

    • Relevant information,

    • Knowledge,

    • Interaction,

    • Innovative methodologies, and

    • Supporting Tools


Our answer collaborative semantic web portal prototype1

Our answer: Collaborative Semantic Web Portal Prototype

  • Prototype:

    • Inter- as well as intra-community collaboration,

    • Workflow and Process management,

    • Interaction,

    • Knowledge sharing and dissemination,

    • Heterogeneous information integration,

    • Awareness building.

  • Mechanisms:

    • System login and working groups,

    • Interaction over content,

    • Interaction over structure,

    • Interaction over presentation semantics,


System login and working groups

System login and working groups

Not in Work Group?

You don’t have privileges to

VIEW and EDIT

this page content

  • Permissions for users and working groups:

    • VIEW page content

    • EDIT page content

    • PRINT page content

    • CREATE new page

    • ATTACHMENTS per page


Dr milorad tosic mr valentina milicevic dr miomir stankovic

Menu creating and editing

Page attachments as documents and pictures

Page and content creating and editing

Different ways of the content printing


Interaction over content collaborative page editing

Interaction over content: Collaborative page editing


Interaction over content content printing

Interaction over content: Content printing

  • Pretty printing

  • Pure text printing

  • PDF printing

  • MS Word printing


Interaction over structure automatic links

Interaction over structure: Automatic Links

  • Automatic links for page neighborhood (links pointing to the page and links pointing from the page)

  • Useful for drop-down menus within main menu as well as page-specific menus reflecting current context


Interaction over presentation semantics

Interaction over presentation semantics

  • Importing inter and intra web pages or their some part into page content


Interaction over presentation semantics1

Interaction over presentation semantics

  • Personalization and configuration of several existing applications


Our experience so far

Our experience so far

  • Education

    • Student-teacher communication is improved

    • Students are more active on the projects

    • Management of the course is more natural

    • Students like this approach

  • Agile project management

    • Interactive distributed meeting minutes administration

    • Project knowledge accumulation

    • Project members have location-independent access to shared project’s documentation over the Web

    • Automatic e-mail notification about changes in the shared workspace


Future work p2p semantic web for robust distributed storage

Future work: P2P Semantic Web for robust distributed storage

  • Self organizing complex system for “storage – for forever” and semantic collaboration


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Intelligent information systems

    • Collaboration and easy access to information

    • Personal knowledge accumulation

    • Distributed, shared, and community knowledge

    • Interaction over multiple dimensions:

      • Content

      • Structure

      • Presentation semantics

    • Heterogeneous application integration

    • Robust distributed storage for knowledge archiving

  • Goal: next-generation, interactive national heritage infrastructure


References

References

[TOS] Milorad Tosic, “Meta-Architecture for Intelligent Information Systems”, Workshop on Designing for Reflective Practitioners: Sharing and Assessing Progress by Diverse Communities, CHI2004.

[TOSMIL] M. Tosic, V. Milicevic, "Social Networking in the University Education Process", Workshop on Tools for CS Education, Fourth International Conference for Informatics and Information Technology, CIIT 2003.

[HZ] Hai Zhuge, “Semantic Grid: Scientific Issues, Infrastructure, and Methodology”, Communications of ACM, April 2005., Vol.48, No. 4, pp. 117-119


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Intelligent Information Systems: AContribution to the Next Generation National Heritage Infrastructure

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