Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage.

Volume 7, Sofia : Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2017

Preface

Table of Contents

 

Alexandros Kontarinis, Claudia Marinica, Dan Vodislav, Karine Zeitouni, Anne Krebs, Dimitris Kotzinos – Towards a Better Understanding of Museum Visitors’ Behavior through Indoor Trajectory Analysis

Abstract. Nowadays, electronic museum guides have evolved to a point that can act as navigational and informational devices in the museum context; thus they also enable the collection of large volumes of spatiotemporal visitor movement data, from which individual visitor trajectories can be extracted and analyzed. These trajectories have individual characteristics expressed through unique semantics in each museum context (based on the museum, its exhibits and its visitors) and they are restricted in an indoor environment that provides additional constraints. This work presents the benefits, the challenges, and a direction for studying museum visitor movements through context-aware indoor trajectory modeling, mining and analysis.

Title: Towards a Better Understanding of Museum Visitors’ Behavior through Indoor Trajectory Analysis

Authors: Alexandros Kontarinis1,2, Claudia Marinica1, Dan Vodislav1, Karine Zeitouni2, Anne Krebs3, Dimitris Kotzinos1

1
ETIS UMR 8051, Université Paris Seine, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, ENSEA, CNRS, F-95000, Cergy, France
2 DAVID, Université Paris-Saclay, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, F-78035, Versailles, France
3 Centre Dominique-Vivant Denon, Direction de la recherche et des collections, Musée du Louvre, F-75058, Paris, France

alexandros.kontarinis @ ensea.fr, {claudia.marinica,dan.vodislav,dimitrios.kotzinos} @ u-cergy.fr, anne.krebs @ louvre.fr, karine.zeitouni @ uvsq.fr

Keywords: Indoor Trajectories, Trajectory Mining, Movement Patterns, Mobility Patterns, Museum Experience.

Received: July 13, 2017 Reviewed: July 27, 2017 Final Accepted: August 02, 2017

Citation: Kontarinis, A., Marinica, C., Vodislav, D., Zeitouni, K., Krebs, A. Kotzinos, D. (2017), Towards a Better Understanding of Museum Visitors’ Behavior through Indoor Trajectory Analysis. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 19-30, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Maxim Goynov, Detelin Luchev – Multimedia Digital Library as a Constructive Block in Ecosystems for Digital Cultural Assets

Abstract. Libraries have always been a valuable source of knowledge. The technology evolution transformed the traditional libraries into digital ones which arose the need of efficient serve of the huge amount of information that now exists in the form of digitized content. The focus of the monographic study “Multimedia Digital Library: Constructive Block in Ecosystems for Digital Cultural Assets. Basic Functionality and Services” is on the search of innovations especially in areas and subareas relevant to digital library data management and processing—innovative and creative tools for approaching cultural assets, applications and services for better access and exploiting of the rich and diverse digital cultural heritage in a sustainable way, intelligent curation, creative use/re-use and remix, reinterpretation, study, understanding, analysis, personalization, adaptation, semantics, etc. The research deals with important issues of handling data directly, affecting the economy (as presented by creative and re-creative industry), the public sector (cultural institutions—museums, libraries, galleries, etc.), education, and society as a whole.

Title: Multimedia Digital Library as a Constructive Block in Ecosystems for Digital Cultural Assets

Authors: Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Maxim Goynov, Detelin Luchev

Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

dessi @ cc.bas.bg, goynov @ gmail.com, dml @ math.bas.bg

Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Data Management, Data Processing, Data visualization, Digital Culture, Digital libraries, e-Learning, Services, Ecosystems for Digital Cultural Assets

Received: June 5, 2017 Reviewed: June 15, 2017 Final Accepted: June 20, 2017

Citation: Paneva-Marinova, D., Goynov, M., Luchev, L. (2017), Multimedia Digital Library as a Constructive Block in Ecosystems for Digital Cultural Assets. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 31-40, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Boyan Bontchev, Radina Panayotova – Generation of Educational 3D Maze Games for Carpet Handicraft in Bulgaria

Abstract. Serious video games applied for learning purposes play a significant and important role for the modern technology enhanced education. The paper presents an educational 3D maze video game dedicated to the development of carpet fabrication in Bulgaria since 17th century until modern days. The game was automatically generated by means of declarative description of the maze processed by an open software tool named Maze Builder and built on top of Unity game platform and specially designed for automatic generation and easy modification of maze video games. There are explained the maze game design process, the educational tasks embedded into the maze, and a practical experiment conducted with the generated game. The initial results obtained from these experiments are very positive and encouraging with regard of playability of such educational mazes and, as well, concerning their easy and straightforward generation by educators, who are not IT professionals.

Title: Generation of Educational 3D Maze Games for Carpet Handicraft in Bulgaria

Authors: Boyan Bontchev, Radina Panayotova

Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University, Bulgaria

bbontchev @ fmi.uni-sofia.bg, radinai @ gmail.com

Keywords: Video Game, Maze, Generation, Education, Carpet

Received: July 21, 2017 Reviewed: July 28, 2017 Final Accepted: August 02, 2017

Citation: Bontchev, B., Panayotova, R. (2017), Generation of Educational 3D Maze Games for Carpet Handicraft in Bulgaria. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 41-52, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Svetla Baykoucheva – Designing a Science Information Literacy Program for the Digital Age

Abstract. The rapid growth of scientific information is presenting many challenges to researchers and students, who need to learn to use new tools and approaches for finding and managing scientific literature and research data more efficiently. This paper describes a large-scale information literacy program implemented at the University of Maryland College Park (USA), which has trained more than 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students how to use new digital technologies to find, filter, manage, share, and communicate scientific information.

Title: Designing a Science Information Literacy Program for the Digital Age

Author: Svetla Baykoucheva

White Memorial Chemistry Library, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20752, USA

sbaykouc @ umd.edu

Keywords: Science Information Literacy, Bibliographic Management, Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs), eScience

Received: June 30, 2017 Reviewed: July 09, 2017 Final Accepted: July 16, 2017

Citation: Baykoucheva, S. (2017), Designing a Science Information Literacy Program for the Digital Age. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 53-62, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Gita Senka – Digital Technology Products in Arts and Entertainment: a New Business Paradigm for e-Learning

Abstract. The paper represents study into who engages with culture subject studies online and via mobile, looking at available products, marketing patterns, customer behavior, attitudes, barriers and future trends.

Title: Digital Technology Products in Arts and Entertainment: a New Business Paradigm for e-Learning

Author: Gita Senka

Latvia Culture College, Riga, Latvia

gita.senka @ lkk.gov.lv

Keywords: Digital Audiences, e-Learning products, Digital strategy

Received: June 5, 2017 Reviewed: June 15, 2017 Final Accepted: June 20, 2017

Citation: Senka, G. (2017), Digital Technology Products in Arts and Entertainment: a New Business Paradigm for e-Learning. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 63-67, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Olga V. Kirillova – Scopus Database as a Source of Representing Bulgarian Science to the International Academic Community: The Present and Future Prospects

Abstract. The assessment of research performance using international abstract and citation databases, or so-called global citation indexes, is currently the key criterion against which the advance of science is measured practically in all countries. In 2004 the publishing company Elsevier launched a new database – Scopus, which became a major competitor with the reputable resource Web of Science operating since 1964. Developing very successfully, Scopus has become the leading and largest abstract and citation database in the world. The indicators and data provided by Scopus are used in international university rankings and, in general, in the performance assessment of researchers, scientific schools, organizations and countries all over the world. The sources of such information are publications coming from over 150 countries, both from leading international journals and publishing houses, as well as from regional titles indexed in international data-bases. This paper sets out to characterize the Scopus database as a whole, along with its categories and inclusion criteria. Bulgarian Scopus publications and titles are analyzed, with the information about 48 Bulgarian journals reviewed for inclusion and included in Scopus given. The number of Bulgarian journals included in Scopus is expected to rise, provided that international publication standards and Scopus requirements are met.

Title: Scopus Database as a Source of Representing Bulgarian Science to the International Academic Community: The Present and Future Prospects

Author: Olga V. Kirillova

National Electronic Information Consortium (NEICON), Moscow, Russia and Association of Science Editors and Publishers (ASEP), Moscow, Russia

ovkir @ list.ru

Keywords: Information Resources, Abstract Databases, Citation Indexes, Scopus, Scholarly Journals, Indexing, Evaluation, Selection, Criteria, Research Assessment, Bulgaria

Received: June 10, 2017 Reviewed: July 02, 2017 Final Accepted: July 15, 2017

Citation: Kirillova, O. V. (2017), Scopus Database as a Source of Representing Bulgarian Science to the International Academic Community: The Present and Future Prospects.Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 69-78, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Еlena Pavlovska – Digital Object Identifier (DOI) – an Important Element in Scientific Communication

Abstract. Digital object identifier (DOI), which appeared in the late 1990s, allows users to immediately find on the Internet the digital object they are interested in – an article, book, journal, dissertation, etc. Nowadays the DOI technology is widely used by foreign publishers. The availability of DOI in scientific documents, as well as the inclusion of DOI in bibliographic references in the literature, has already become a mandatory requirement for journals indexed in the Web of Science and Scopus databases. Unfortunately, DOI is included only by some journals published in Bulgaria. The article presents some new opportunities which DOI opens not only to scientific journals, but also to authors

Title: Digital Object Identifier (DOI) – an Important Element in Scientific Communication

Author: Еlena Pavlovska

Index Information Center, Hristo Belchev Str., 2, 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria

e.pavlovska @ index2000.bg

Keywords: Digital Object Identifier (DOI), Scientific Communication, CrossRef, Scientific Journal, Article, ResearcherID , ORCID.

Received: July 13, 2017 Reviewed: July 30, 2017 Final Accepted: August 10, 2017

Citation: Pavlovska, E. (2017), Digital Object Identifier (DOI) – an Important Element in Scientific Communication.Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 79-85, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Feng Zhao, Soo Choon Loy – A Practical Approach to Ascertaining the Accuracy and Resolution of Post Rendered 3D Models Acquired Originally via 3D Digitization

Abstract. 3D digitization is becoming the norm in the preservation of tangible cultural properties be it movable or immovable. In the case of mobile cultural objects, 3D models are normally acquired through non-destructive methods such as photogrammetry or 3D scanning using structured light or laser. The continuing improvements in scanning equipment which result in higher accuracy and resolution can be translated to mean higher level of 3D data acquired. At times, the quantity of 3D data of a single model can get too large and beyond what a normal workstation can process. This is where optimization comes in. However, the level of optimization will vary to suit the final purpose or usage of the 3D model. During optimization, the resulting optimized 3D model is bound to suffer from some level of data loss when compared to the original 3D model acquired directly from laser scanning. This paper discusses a practical method devised by Amber Digital Solutions in maintaining a high level of accuracy of the final optimized model for national archival purposes which requires the highest form of quality.

Title: A Practical Approach to Ascertaining the Accuracy and Resolution of Post Rendered 3D Models Acquired Originally via 3D Digitization

Authors: Feng Zhao, Soo Choon Loy

Amber Digital Solutions Co., Ltd., Beijing, Shijingshan District, 19 Jingyuan Road, Block 4, 10 Floor, Room 1001, Postal Code: 100043

zhaofeng @ amberdigit.com, scloy @ amberdigit.com

Keywords: 3D Models, 3D Scanning, 3D Digitization, 3D Optimization, 3D Accuracy

Received: May 16, 2017 Reviewed: June 21, 2017 Final Accepted: June 26, 2017

Citation: Zhao, Z., Loy, S. C. (2017), A Practical Approach to Ascertaining the Accuracy and Resolution of Post Rendered 3D Models Acquired Originally via 3D Digitization. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 89-105, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Rodica-Mariana Ion, Valentin Gurgu, Ioan Alin Bucurica, Sofia Teodorescu, Mihaela-Lucia Ion, Dana Postolache, Ioan Darida – 3D-Reconstruction of the Complex Stuccoes from Patrimony Buildings

Abstract. The paper deals with 3D scanning techniques and instruments to survey the complex stuccoes from the architectural building Nanu-Muscel from Bucharest. EXAscan Portable 3D Laser Scanner has been used to exploit the advantages of the 3D surveying techniques and produce digital models and other geometric representations useful for the protection of historic architectures and a correct solution for their restoration. After the parameterization, the scanning of two stucco-objects surface yielded to a network of points. The program analyzes the points and joins them, so the final result being the scanned object in electronic format (digitized), by "Digitized Shape Editor" module in the Catia program. The not useful surfaces have been removed and for the symmetrical reconstruction the mirroring operation was applied.

Title: 3D-Reconstruction of the Complex Stuccoes from Patrimony Buildings

Authors: Rodica-Mariana Ion1,2, Valentin Gurgu3, Ioan Alin Bucurica3, Sofia Teodorescu3, Mihaela-Lucia Ion1, Dana Postolache4, Ioan Darida4

1 Valahia University of Targoviste, Faculty of Materials Engineering and Mechanics, 13 Sinaia Alley, 130004, Targoviste, Romania
2 National Institute of Research and Development for Chemistry and Petrochemistry – ICECHIM, 202 Splaiul Independentei, 060021, Bucharest, Romania
3 Valahia University of Targoviste, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Science and Technology, 13 Sinaia Alley, 130004, Targoviste, Romania
4 S.C. DANART SRL, 73, Sandu-Aldea Constantin Str., 012062, Bucharest, Romania

rodica_ion2000 @ yahoo.co.uk

Keywords: 3D Scanning, Stucco, EXAscan Portable 3D Laser Scanner

Received: June 20, 2017 Reviewed: July 05, 2017 Final Accepted: July 11, 2017

Citation: Ion, R., Gurgu, V., Bucurica, I. A., Teodorescu, S., Ion, M., Postolache, D., Darida, I. (2017), 3D-Reconstruction of the Complex Stuccoes from Patrimony Buildings. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 107-112, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Detelin Luchev, Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Radoslav Pavlov, Lilia Pavlova, Zsolt László Márkus, Gábor Kaposi, Tibor Szkaliczki, Miklós Veres – Presenting Bulgarian Cultural and Historical Sites with Panorama Pictures

Abstract. The paper presents the application of panorama pictures for presenting cultural heritage sites in an attractive way. High-resolution interactive spherical panorama pictures of several famous locations (churches, museum, bridges) in Veliko Tarnovo region, Bulgaria, and presentation tools on both – mobile application and web pages, were created in a cooperation of MTA SZTAKI and IMI BAS under a joint research project. The paper introduces the latest developments related to the integration of the panorama picture viewer on multiple platforms and specific implementations of panorama pictures presentations.

Title: Presenting Bulgarian Cultural and Historical Sites with Panorama Pictures

Authors: Detelin Luchev1, Desislava Paneva-Marinova1, Radoslav Pavlov1, Lilia Pavlova2, Zsolt László Márkus3, Gábor Kaposi3, Tibor Szkaliczki3, Miklós Veres3

1 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IMI-BAS), 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria, Acad. G. Bonchev st. Bl. 8.
2 Laboratory of Telematics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
3 Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI), H-1111 Budapest, Hungary, Kende u. 13-17.

dml @ math.bas.bg, dessi @ cc.bas.bg, radko @ cc.bas.bg, lilia.pavlova @ gmail.com, {markus.zsolt, kaposi.gabor, szkaliczki.tibor, veres.miklos} @ sztaki.mta.hu

Keywords: Mobile Application, Panorama Picture, Virtual Reality

Received: June 19, 2017 Reviewed: June 30, 2017 Final Accepted: July 05, 2017

Citation: Luchev, D., Paneva-Marinova, D., Pavlov, R., Pavlova, L., Márkus, Z. L., Kaposi, G., Szkaliczki, T., Veres, M. (2017), Presenting Bulgarian Cultural and Historical Sites with Panorama Pictures. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp.113-122, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Ambrus Gönczi, Zsolt László Márkus, Gábor Kaposi, Tibor Szkaliczki, Miklós Veres – Thematic Walk and Competition in Budapest

Abstract. The paper presents a guided smartphone walk (Attila József Literary Walk) and its latest supplements, based in district 9 of Budapest. The thematic guided walk developed 2 years ago covers the scenes of the childhood of the poet Attila József. Several interactive games related to the life of the poet were developed and integrated into the application. This April, the developers of the walk prepared and arranged a special orientation field competition based on the mobile games for students studying in the district.

Title: Thematic Walk and Competition in Budapest

Authors: Ambrus Gönczi1, Zsolt László Márkus2, Gábor Kaposi2, Tibor Szkaliczki2, Miklós Veres2

1 Ferencváros Local History Collection, Budapest, H-1092, Budapest, Hungary, Ráday u. 18.
2 Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI), H-1111 Budapest, Hungary, Kende u. 13-17.

gonczister @ gmail.com, {markus.zsolt, kaposi.gabor, szkaliczki.tibor, miklos.veres} @ sztaki.mta.hu

Keywords: Mobile Applications, Tourist Guide Application, Interactive Games, Literature Education

Received: June 21, 2017 Reviewed: July 03, 2017 Final Accepted: July 08, 2017

Citation: Gönczi, A., Márkus, Z. L., Kaposi, G., Szkaliczki, T., Veres, M. (2017), Thematic Walk and Competition in Budapest. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 123-132, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Galya Georgieva-Tsaneva, Galina Bogdanova, Negoslav Subev – Characteristics of Interactivity and Using the Interactive Technologies in System North+

Abstract. The present study examines the interactivity, categories and levels of interactivity and its various forms in the digital environment. The issue of the characteristics of interactive learning communication has been investigated. The study outlines the specificities of ensuring the integration and interactive representation of cultural heritage artifacts in the North+ region. The problems of people with visual difficulties in accessing interactive systems and digital cultural heritage are being addressed.

Title: Characteristics of Interactivity and Using the Interactive Technologies in System North+

Authors: Galya Georgieva-Tsaneva1, Galina Bogdanova2, Negoslav Subev2

1 Institute of Robotics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
2 Institute of Mathematics and informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

galicaneva @ abv.bg, g.bogdanova @ gmail.com, negi4a @ gmail.com

Keywords: Interactive Systems, Cultural Heritage, Interactive Learning System

Received: June 15, 2017 Reviewed: June 28, 2017 Final Accepted: July 03, 2017

Citation: Georgieva-Tsaneva, G., Bogdanova, G., Subev, N. (2017), Characteristics of Interactivity and Using the Interactive Technologies in System North+.Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 133-141, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Radovesta Stewart, Maria Zheleva-Monova, Yanislav Zhelev – Expanding the Knowledge Base and Development of New Skills of Museum Specialists in Line with the Digital Era

Abstract. The absence of adequate training is one of the main problems for museum specialists in the process of digitalization of tangible and intangible cultural heritage. The first part of the paper presents the main results of a survey related to the topic among the staff of Regional historical museum Burgas. The second half discuss-es the paradigm of Massive open online courses (MOOC) as one innovative and flexible solution for continuing vocational education and training. Presented are the results of a large scale research conducted in the framework of BizMOOC project regarding the usage of MOOCs for corporate training in European organizations including cultural institutions such as museums, libraries, archives etc.

Title: Expanding the Knowledge Base and Development of New Skills of Museum Specialists in Line with the Digital Era

Authors: Radovesta Stewart1, Maria Zheleva-Monova2, Yanislav Zhelev2

1 Regional historical museum - Burgas, Bulgaria
2 Burgas Free University, Burgas, Bulgaria

radadeva @ yahoo.com, mariya @ zhelev.com, jelev @ bfu.bg

Keywords: Vocational Education, Corporate Training, Digitalization, Museum Specialists, MOOC, Digital Skills.

Received: June 26, 2017 Reviewed: July 10, 2017 Final Accepted: August 02, 2017

Citation: Stewart, R., Zheleva-Monova, M., Zhelev, Y. (2017), Expanding the Knowledge Base and Development of New Skills of Museum Specialists in Line with the Digital Era. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 143-157, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Michela Tramonti – Reinforcing Learning Setting through the Use of Digital Tools

Abstract. The tremendous digital revolution is generating, in our society, complex trans-formations in teaching and learning setting. This will conduct innovation in education towards a new quality. This paper presents some possible examples on how digital tools can be introduced and used to make a learning setting more effective.

Title: Reinforcing Learning Setting through the Use of Digital Tools

Author: Michela Tramonti

Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria and EU-Track - European Training and Research Association for Cooperation Key to Business, Terracina, Italy

m.tramonti @ eu-track.eu

Keywords: Digital Tools, Learning/Teaching Settings, Learning Approach

Received: May 28, 2017 Reviewed: June 15, 2017 Final Accepted: June 25, 2017

Citation: Tramonti, M. (2017), Reinforcing Learning Setting through the Use of Digital Tools Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 159-167, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Stefka Kovacheva, Ludmila Dimitrova – An E-Learning Environment – a Tool for Presentation of Knowledge about Bulgarian Cultural Heritage Sites

Abstract. The article describes an interactive software environment for learning as an accessible tool to supplement the learning content. The environment, under development, is in line with the State Educational Standards (SES) of educational content for the cycle Social Sciences and Civic Education. The E-learning environment uses a database those objects describe Bulgarian architectural heritage under the protection of UNESCO. The project focuses on understanding by design of new learning content and its application to educational courses on the history and culture of Bulgaria.

Title: An E-Learning Environment – a Tool for Presentation of Knowledge about Bulgarian Cultural Heritage Sites

Authors: Stefka Kovacheva, Ludmila Dimitrova

Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

kovacheva.stefka @ gmail.com, ludmila @ cc.bas.bg

Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Database, Digital Dictionary, Digital Object, E-Learning Environment, Interactive Software, Taxonomy, UNESCO.

Received: June 15, 2017 Reviewed: June 30, 2017 Final Accepted: July 05, 2017

Citation: Kovacheva, S., Dimitrova, L. (2017), An E-Learning Environment – a Tool for Presentation of Knowledge about Bulgarian Cultural Heritage Sites Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 169-179, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Elena Zaharieva-Stoyanova, Stefan Bozov – Application of XML-based Language for Digital Representation of Crochet Symbols

Abstract. This paper views the problems related to the development of crochet software. It presents an extension of PKF - XML-based language for digital representation of crochet patterns. Its purpose is to develop a uniform and platform independent description of simple graphic primitives corresponding to different types of stitches. Due to the crochet symbols’ features the suggested format is particularly suitable for their description. Graphic primitives are described in vector format, character transformations are allowed, and there are possibilities for creating combinations of symbols, called clusters – major components in crochet diagram.The XML language can be built on crochet software.

Title: Application of XML-based Language for Digital Representation of Crochet Symbols

Authors: Elena Zaharieva-Stoyanova, Stefan Bozov

Technical University of Gabrovo, 4, H. Dimitar Str., 5300, Gabrovo, Bulgaria

zaharieva @ tugab.bg, stefan.bozov @ outlook.com

Keywords: Crochet Software, Knitting Software, CAD Systems, XML, Home Crafts, Digitalization, Computer-aided Design.

Received: June 20, 2017 Reviewed: July 05, 2017 Final Accepted: July 24, 2017

Citation: Zaharieva-Stoyanova, E., Bozov, S. (2017), Application of XML-based Language for Digital Representation of Crochet Symbols. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 181-189, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Magdelena Stoyanova, Lilia Pavlova – Deep Belief Networks for Multimodal, Images-based Non Contact Material Characterization

Abstract. Our growing cognisance about the chemo-physical properties of electromagnetic waves and of their interaction with various materials provides expanding range of possibilities for quantification and non contact material characterization even in difficult to computation, « non-standard » domains as this of the cultural heritage. This review - thematically part of the IFIDA project dedicated to digitization of archaeometric and conservation-restoration praxis - deals with the possibilities latest neuroinformatic methods offer for a more efficient and fast interrogation, understanding and classification of multi-modal spectral records of paintings on various supports. The workflow followed during their routine non destructive (ND) analysis by human experts is described in terms of specific technical characteristics, research objectives and concrete application for the artworks' characterization as a prototype to simulate artificially. References to techniques for high semantic level information extraction from low-level features are suggested. The strengths and limitations in application of Deep Belief Networks (DBNs) for compression, visualization and data recognition are also considered. Examples of most appropriate architectures and topological maps of Deep Learning Networks for interpretation of UV, IR, XR, β, γ and CT records performing simple characterization and classification tasks - from single layer perceptron to multi-layer deep belief neural networks for unlabelled data - are presented and explained.

Title: Deep Belief Networks for Multimodal, Images-based Non Contact Material Characterization

Authors: Magdelena Stoyanova1, Lilia Pavlova2

1 CISBI Ca’ Foscari University, Venice, Italy
2 Laboratory of Telematics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

mgstoyanova @ hotmail.it, lilia.pavlova @ gmail.com

Keywords: Deep Belief Networks, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Knowledge Extraction

Received: June 14, 2017 Reviewed: July 01, 2017 Final Accepted: July 07, 2017

Citation: Stoyanova, M., Pavlova, L. (2017), Deep Belief Networks for Multimodal, Images-based Non Contact Material Characterization. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 191-204, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Alexander Herschung, Marit Kleinmanns – Accession of Unstructured File Collections

Abstract. Unstructured file collections will keep archives increasingly busy, as the digitisation of the workplace as well as the private correspondence proceeds. But the archiving of this kind of data requires a lot of time and personnel. startext COMO is a software tool that helps to organize and evaluate unstructured file collections.

Title: Accession of Unstructured File Collections

Authors: Alexander Herschung, Marit Kleinmanns

startext GmbH, Dottendorfer Straße 86, 53129 Bonn, Germany

Alexander.Herschung @ startext.de, Marit.Kleinmanns @ startext.de

Keywords: Digitisation, Digital Long Term Preservation, Unstructured File Collections

Received: June 02, 2017 Reviewed: June 25, 2017 Final Accepted: July 11, 2017

Citation: Herschung, A., Kleinmanns, M. (2017), Accession of Unstructured File Collections. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 207-214, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Galina Bogdanova, Todor Todorov, Stefka Kancheva – Virtual Museum of Russian Bells in Bulgaria

Abstract. The aim of our research is to trace and passport the Russian bells in Bulgaria on the way of the Russian troops from the Danube to Shipka, given in gratitude for the help provided during the Russian-Turkish War (1877-1878). We base our research on previous similar projects that we have successfully completed. In this paper we formulate stages of our project and present current situation in their completeness.

Title: Virtual Museum of Russian Bells in Bulgaria

Authors: Galina Bogdanova1, Todor Todorov1,2, Stefka Kancheva2

1 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
2 St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

g.bogdanova @ gmail.com, todorvt @ abv.bg, stefany_k @ abv.bg

Keywords: Bells, Campanology, Passportization, Digitalization, Virrtual Museum

Received: June 15, 2017 Reviewed: June 30, 2017 Final Accepted: July 05, 2017

Citation: Bogdanova, B., Todorov, T., Kancheva, S. (2017), Virtual Museum of Russian Bells in Bulgaria.Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 215-221, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Alexandra Nikolova, Vladimir Georgiev – A Method for Assessing the Development of Children under Six Years of Age

Abstract. In this paper we propose a method for monitoring and evaluating the development and early education of children under the age of six by using historical and cultural heritage objects. We begin with outlining several problems identified in our research and then describe the internals of our method. Last, we define an architecture for and describe the characteristics of an online platform for managing the full process assessing and improving skills of young kids.

Title: A Method for Assessing the Development of Children under Six Years of Age.

Authors: Alexandra Nikolova1, Vladimir Georgiev2

1 Shield UI Ltd, Sofia, Bulgaria
2 American University in Bulgaria, Department of Computer Science, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

Keywords: e-Learning for Kids, Children Development, Skill Improvement

Received: June 14, 2017 Reviewed: July 01, 2017 Final Accepted: July 28, 2017

Citation: Nikolova, A., Georgiev, V. (2017), A Method for Assessing the Development of Children under Six Years of Age. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 223-227, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Darina Ilieva, Gabriela Vaptzarova – Research Project for the Preservation of the Cultural and Historical Heritage

Abstract. The exceptional contribution of Felix Kanitz to Bulgarian scientific and cultural development is an occasion to present to Bulgarian and European public his artistic and documentary heritage, to turn again our attention to the personality and the significant achievements of the great explorer of the Balkans in the 60s and 70s of the nineteenth century. Kanitz`s imagery and literary heritage belong to the most valuable elements of our material and spiritual culture. In the prospect of association of our society to the European community Kanitz`s works should be understandably promoted in the scientific space so as to point out Felix Kanitz`s cultural contributions to Bulgaria and to better identify his relationship with both the national Bulgarian identity and the Balkans and European nations. The artistic works and literary heritage of F. Kanitz which have been preserved until today are valuable elements of the common European material and spiritual culture. The time has come for them to be presented correctly in the scientific world and through the new communication technologies to become available for the public. The Scientific Archive and the Central Library of BAS have a mutual project for specifying and broadening the knowledge about the life and work of Kanitz, and for digitalizing and publishing pages of his private archives. This is a responsible researchers` task which has an important significance for affiliating the Bulgarian culture into European cultural environment.

Title: Research Project for the Preservation of the Cultural and Historical Heritage

Authors: Darina Ilieva, Gabriela Vaptzarova

Scientific archive of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

dari_bas @ abv.bg, archiv2 @ abv.bg

Keywords: Digitization, Felix Kanitz, Drawings

Received: June 14, 2017 Reviewed: June 28, 2017 Final Accepted: July 05, 2017

Citation: Ilieva, D., Vaptzarova, G. (2017), Research Project for the Preservation of the Cultural and Historical Heritage.Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 231-238, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Maria Dimova – Towards Models and Tools to Increase and Customize Visitors' Experiences in a Digital Cultural Content Management System

Abstract. The current project is aimed at seeking new knowledge and achieving scientific results in the field of visitor experiences, visualization techniques, eLearning, storytelling, and serious games / gamification. The aim will be achieved through the use of scientific and research approaches and methodology in the field of ICT and informatics. Project results are models and tools for contextual use of digital cultural resources for learning purposes with support and customization of user experiences in digital systems and repositories.

Title: Towards Models and Tools to Increase and Customize Visitors' Experiences in a Digital Cultural Content Management System

Author: Maria Dimova

Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

dimovam @ gmail.com

Keywords: Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Visitor Experiences, Storytelling, Technology-supported Learning, Cultural and Historical Heritage

Received: June 15, 2017 Reviewed: June 30, 2017 Final Accepted: July 05, 2017

Citation: Dimova, M. (2017), Towards Models and Tools to Increase and Customize Visitors' Experiences in a Digital Cultural Content Management System Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 239-242, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Stanislava Slavova-Petkova – Project “Models and Applications of Serious Games in Education of Cultural Heritage and National Identity”

Abstract. The current project aims to develop innovative models and technology-based solutions for contextual use of digital cultural resources for educational application through serious educational games. The author plans to implement fundamental and applied research mainly in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT) in order to acquire new knowledge without direct commercial application or use. The project is oriented towards the achievement of scientific results in the field of: technology-enhanced learning/training, serious games, visualization techniques, etc. In order to achieve this goal, the research approaches and methodology in the field of ICT used in the practice of Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences will be used. The expected results are creating new models and tools for contextual use of digital cultural re-sources for educational application through serious educational games.

Title: Project “Models and Applications of Serious Games in Education of Cultural Heritage and National Identity”

Author: Stanislava Slavova-Petkova

Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

stanislava_slavova_bg @ yahoo.com

Keywords: Information and Communication Technologies, Serious/Applied Games, Gamification, Technology-enh anced Training, Cultural Heritage

Received: June 15, 2017 Reviewed: June 30, 2017 Final Accepted: July 05, 2017

Citation: Slavova-Petkova, S. (2017), Project “Models and Applications of Serious Games in Education of Cultural Heritage and National Identity”. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 243-248, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Nikolay Noev, Maxim Goynov, Vladimir Sapundjiev, Iliya Valev – A Serious Educational Game of Bulgarian Military and Historical Heritage

Abstract. This article present work on the project of developing the models and concepts of serious educational games through related multimedia resources of military and historical heritage.

Title: A Serious Educational Game of Bulgarian Military and Historical Heritage

Authors: Nikolay Noev1, Maxim Goynov1, Vladimir Sapundjiev1, Iliya Valev2

1 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
2 Regional Museum of History, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

nickey @ math.bas.bg, goynov @ gmail.com, sapundjiev @ sophama.bg, ilia_valev85 @ mail.bg

Keywords: Visualization Techniques, eLearning, Serious Games/Gamification, Semantic Relations

Received: June 15, 2017 Reviewed: July 10, 2017 Final Accepted: July 17, 2017

Citation: Noev, N., Goynov, M., Sapundjiev, V., Valev, I. (2017), A Serious Educational Game of Bulgarian Military and Historical Heritage. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 249-254, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Dzheni Ivanova – Women in the History of Academic Science in Bulgaria

Abstract. The goal of this paper is to present the project “Women in the history of academic science in Bulgaria” of the BAS Scientific Archive. In this regard, will be created an encyclopedic reference book and an archival database about the academic career of women. The expected scientific results are as follows: establishment of an information body with free access to the materials and options to extract concepts from them; building a comprehensive interdisciplinary theoretical framework for analysis of information on women in science; the popularization of themed archives will enrich the vision of women history and science history, as well as about the cultural and historical heritage.

Title: Women in the History of Academic Science in Bulgaria

Author: Dzheni Ivanova

Scientific Archive, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1, “15 Noemvri”, Str, Sofia, Bulgaria

dzheni.ivanova @ gmail.com

Keywords: Women, History of Science, Gender History, Archival Database

Received: June 02, 2017 Reviewed: July 04, 2017 Final Accepted: July 23, 2017

Citation: Ivanova, D. (2017), Women in the History of Academic Science in BulgariaDigital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 255-258, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Maria M. Nisheva-Pavlova, Peter L. Stanchev, Pavel I. Pavlov – Towards Building a Semantic Repository of Bioinformatics Resources

Abstract. The paper presents a work in progress directed to the creation of a semantic digital repository of scholarly resources in the area of bioinformatics. A special attention has been paid to the design of a lightweight subject ontology that will be used for automated conceptual annotation of the dynamically entering new materials and as a knowledge source for intelligent search over the repository. Some issues concerning the implementation of the repository and a suitable tool for search and document retrieval over its resources are discussed as well.

Title: Towards Building a Semantic Repository of Bioinformatics Resources

Authors: Maria M. Nisheva-Pavlova1,2, Peter L. Stanchev2,3, Pavel I. Pavlov1

1 Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria
2 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
3 Kettering University, Flint, USA

marian @ fmi.uni-sofia.bg, pstanche @ kettering.edu, pavlovp @ fmi.uni-sofia.bg

Keywords: Digital Repository, Metadata, Ontology, Semantic Search, Knowledge Discovery, Bioinformatics

Received: July 13, 2017 Reviewed: July 24, 2017 Final Accepted: August 02, 2017

Citation: Nisheva-Pavlova, M. M., Stanchev, P. L., Pavlov, P. I. (2017), Towards Building a Semantic Repository of Bioinformatics Resources. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 259-263, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Anelia Krandeva, Anton Mitov – Web Based System of BNR Archive. First Stage: Multimedia Web Portal of the BNR Archive

Abstract. The paper describes Multimedia Web Portal of the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) archive. The Web Portal provides efficient services of modern information technologies in radio archiving.

Title: Web Based System of BNR Archive. First Stage: Multimedia Web Portal of the BNR Archive

Authors: Anelia Krandeva, Anton Mitov

Bulgarian National Radio

{krandeva, mitov} @ bnr.bg

Keywords: Digital Radio Archive, Multimedia, Radio

Received: July 14, 2017 Reviewed: July 28, 2017 Final Accepted: August 02, 2017

Citation: Krandeva, A., Mitov, A. (2017), Web Based System of BNR Archive. First Stage: Multimedia Web Portal of the BNR Archive.Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 265-269, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Peter L. Stanchev, Zlatina Karova, Yanita Zherkova, Radoslav Pavlov, George Simeonov – The Eight National Information Day: Open Science, Open Data, Open Access

Abstract. The paper draws current state of Bulgarian Open access (OA) activities and discussion points for the Eight National Information Day: Open Science, Open Data, and Open Access.

Title: The Eight National Information Day: Open Science, Open Data, Open Access

Authors: Peter L. Stanchev1,2, Zlatina Karova3, Yanita Zherkova3, Radoslav Pavlov1, George Simeonov1

1 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, BAS, Bulgaria
2 Kettering University, Flint, USA
3 Ministry of Education and Science, Bulgaria

pstanche @ kettering.edu, z.karova @ mon.bg, y.zherkova @ mon.bg, radko @ cc.bas.bg, gsimeonov @ math.bas.bg

Keywords: Open Access, Access to Knowledge, Open Science

Received: July 13, 2017 Reviewed: July 24, 2017 Final Accepted: August 02, 2017

Citation: Stanchev, P. L., Karova, Z., Zherkova, Y., Pavlov, R., Simeonov, G. (2017), The Eight National Information Day: Open Science, Open Data, Open AccessDigital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 273-278, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Radoslav Pavlov, Peter L. Stanchev – The First Information Day: Innovation Ecosystems of Digital Cultural Assets

Abstract. The first information day on innovation ecosystems of digital cultural assets will present current results of the research project Concepts and Models for Innovation Ecosystems of Digital Cultural Assets. The project aims at the search for and creation of new scientific knowledge and the achievement of fundamental results in the areas of big data, massive data mining, data management, data processing, data analytics, data visualization, etc. in the digital cultural heritage domain.

Title: The First Information Day: Innovation Ecosystems of Digital Cultural Assets

Authors: Desislava Paneva-Marinova1, Radoslav Pavlov1, Peter L. Stanchev1,2

1 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
2 Kettering University, Flint, USA

dessi @ cc.bas.bg, radko @ cc.bas.bg, pstanche @ kettering.edu

Keywords: Digital Culture Ecosystem, Analysis, Improved Usage, Digital Cultural Assets, Non-formal Learning

Received: June 10, 2017 Reviewed: July 05, 2017 Final Accepted: July 15, 2017

Citation: Paneva-Marinova, D., Pavlov, P., Stanchev, P. L. (2017), The First Information Day: Innovation Ecosystems of Digital Cultural Assets Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 279-282, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Radoslav Pavlov, Detelin Luchev, Malvina Ruseva, Boyan Bontchev – The First Information Day: Serious Games as Contemporary Tools for New Educational Applications

Abstract. In technology-enhanced education, the “serious games” method is accepted as a research, pedagogic, and evaluative tool. The method helps instructors to motivate student learning, curiosity, creative and logical thought, as well as develop a variety of skills and competencies. Serious educational games aim to cultivate better comprehension strategies, creative thinking, learning-by-doing (production, authorship), and students’ engagement in their own cognition and learning process-es. The first information day will present the scholarly and scholarly-practical outcomes of the Serious Education Games as Contemporary Tools for New Educational Applications project, Contract DSD-2/05.04.2017, between the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, activity Introduction of Contemporary Methods in Educating and Fostering Young Talent (PMC №347).

Title: The First Information Day: Serious Games as Contemporary Tools for New Educational Applications

Authors: Desislava Paneva-Marinova1, Radoslav Pavlov1, Detelin Luchev1, Malvina Ruseva2, Boyan Bontchev3

1 Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria (IMI—BAS)
2 Institute of Art Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
3 Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University, Bulgaria

dessi @ cc.bas.bg, radko @ cc.bas.bg, dml @ math.bas.bg, malvina.rousseva @ gmail.com, bbontchev @ fmi.uni-sofia.bg

Keywords: Serious Games, Gamification, Contextually-related Culture and Media Resources for Education

Received: June 10, 2017 Reviewed: June 30, 2017 Final Accepted: July 10, 2017

Citation: Paneva-Marinova, D., Pavlov, R., Luchev, D., Ruseva, M., Bontchev, B. (2017), The First Information Day: Serious Games as Contemporary Tools for New Educational Applications Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 7, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2017, pp. 283-285, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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