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Wrapper (data mining)

Wrapper in data mining is a program that extracts content of a particular information source and translates it into a relational form.[1] Many web pages present structured data – telephone directories, product catalogs, etc. formatted for human browsing using HTML language. Structured data are typically descriptions of objects retrieved from underlying databases and displayed in […]

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Wisski Vocabularies guide

Setting up controlled vocabularies To enable the semantic editor you first have to set the controlled vocabularies you want to annotate with the semantic editor. You need to install the Vocabulary Control module (on GitHub), which depends on the Accesspoint module (on GitHub). If you want to statically import external vocabularies, you will also need to enable […]

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WissKI General Basic Forms

The Pathbuilder templates offered here should enable a basic, uniform documentation of collections of university collections in WissKI . They come from the form set developed by the pilot study WissKI @ Collections of the FAU and are continuously being developed further.   The pathbuilder templates are hereby intended to be a basic and uniform documentation of the […]

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WissKI Collection-Specific Extensions

The pathbuilder templates listed here contain extensions to the general basic entry screens of all collections that are represented in our project. Each extension comes with a template for the Pathbuilder paths. Please note that these extensions only work in combination with the general entry mask version 180828 . The Pathbuilder paths and groups are here are extensions of the Basic Common […]

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Semantic Level of Detail | Digital reconstruction of baroque palaces in former East Prussia

Level of” Matrix (LoX) This page describes the correlation of level of detail (LoD), level of information (LoI) and level of hypothesis (LoH). 1. Level of Detail (LoD) Ever since the dawn of architecture, there is a tradition of architectural models. These models differ from actual computer-based models by a certain degree of abstraction that […]

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Semantic Modelling Principles | Digital reconstruction of baroque palaces in former East Prussia

Computer Aided Design (CAD) software primarily focused on creating two-dimensional digital drawings. The only meaningful concept in these software packages was to organise the drawn lines by so-called layers that could be turned visible or not. While the field of prospective architectural 3D models experienced a continuous development to meaningful parametric model parts (Fig. 1) […]

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WissKI Manual (English Version)

http://wiss-ki.eu/documentation/wisski_manual Preface 1. First steps and structure 2. WissKI-specific contents: Create, Navigate, Find 3. Data modeling in WissKI 4. Structure 5. Extend – Activating and deactivating modules 6. Appearance (themes) 7. People (User and rights management)

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WissKI Objects in the network

In the Federal Ministry of Education and Research funded project “objects in the network” developed the Germanic National Museum (GNM) , together with the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU) a common indexing and digitization strategy for thecollections of the FAU , which also should be transferable to other university collections.The resulting knowledge flows into teaching at the FAU. — Read on objekte-im-netz.fau.de/projekt/

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