Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage.

Volume 9, Sofia : Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2019

Preface

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Table of Contents

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Invited Papers

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Charalampos Symeonidis, Iason Karakostas, Efstathia Martinopoulou, Ioannis Pitas – Image-based 3D Shape Reconstruction of Byzantine and Paleochristian Monuments

Abstract. In the last decade, visual 3D object surface reconstruction has been increasingly applied in the fields of cultural heritage preservation and archaeology. In this paper, we present a variety of state-of-the-art algorithms and commercial software used in 3D reconstruction and employ one of them for generating 3D monument surface models of some of the most popular Paleochristian and Byzantine monuments located in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Title: Image-based 3D Shape Reconstruction of Byzantine and Paleochristian Monuments

Authors: Charalampos Symeonidis1, Iason Karakostas1, Efstathia Martinopoulou1, Ioannis Pitas1

1Department of Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece

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Keywords: 3D Surface Reconstruction, Computer Vision, Cultural Heritage.

Received: July 18, 2019 Reviewed: July 30, 2019 Final Accepted: August 10, 2019

Citiation: Symeonidis, C., Karakostas, I., Martinopoulou, E., Pitas, I. (2019), Image-based 3D Shape Reconstruction of Byzantine and Paleochristian Monuments. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 21-26, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Nektarios Moumoutzis, Yiannis Sifakis, Stavros Christodoulakis, Desislava Paneva-Marinova – A Reference Framework to Establish and Sustain Onlife Communities and Its Use. Rich Learning Experiences in History with ViSTPro

Abstract. This paper employs the overarching concept of communities to express the social contexts within which human creativity is exercised and learning happens. With the advent of digital technologies, these social contexts, the communities we engage in, change radically. The new landscape brought about by digital technologies is characterized by new qualities, new opportunities for action, new community affordances. The term onlife is adopted from the Onlife Manifesto and used to distinguish the new kind of communities brought about by the modern digital technologies, the Onlife Communities. Design principles are presented to foster such communities and support their members. To showcase the use of these design principles, the paper presents a concrete system addressing creativity and learning in the field of cultural heritage (history teaching and learning): ViSTPro. ViSTPro enables the visualization of spatiotemporal processes, thus facilitating active learning of historical events. To demonstrate the flexibility of the ViSTPro and its capability to provide insightful visualizations, a pilot application has been elaborated on the Battle of Marathon, 490 BC.

Title: A Reference Framework to Establish and Sustain Onlife Communities and Its Use. Rich Learning Experiences in History with ViSTPro

Authors: Nektarios Moumoutzis1,2, Yiannis Sifakis1, Stavros Christodoulakis1, Desislava Paneva-Marinova2

1Laboratory of Distributed Multimedia Information Systems and Applications, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete

2Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Keywords: Onlife Communities, Spatiotemporal Processes, Google Maps, Visualization.

Received: June 25, 2019 Reviewed: July 05, 2019 Final Accepted: July 15, 2019

Citiation: Moumoutzis, N., Sifakis, Y., Christodoulakis, S., Paneva-Marinova, D. (2019), A Reference Framework to Establish and Sustain Onlife Communities and Its Use. Rich Learning Experiences in History with ViSTPro. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 27-42, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Szabolcs Czifra, Adrienn Pálinkás, Zsolt László Márkus, Tibor Szkaliczki, Miklós Veres, Zsolt Weisz – Smart Solutions for Guided Cultural Routes along the Iron Age Archaeological Sites of the Danube Basin

Abstract. Reverberating on the social expectations connected to the cultural heritage, international cooperation was launched in order to communicate a lively image of archaeological research and to raise awareness for the importance of fragile monumentalized landscapes. The EU funded Iron-Age-Danube project resulted in several working camps, scientific and informative papers, presentations and new museum programmes. A smart device solution offers easy and wide access to the outputs and is the best suited to the present-day experience-oriented tourism approach. The GUIDE@HAND application offers archaeological sites by using a variety of interactive multimedia objects including maps, serious games, augmented reality, videos, panorama pictures, guided tours and a lot of other functions. The content is based on archaeological researches and can be updated even by the non-experts.

Title: Smart Solutions for Guided Cultural Routes along the Iron Age Archaeological Sites of the Danube Basin

Authors: Szabolcs Czifra1, Adrienn Pálinkás1, Zsolt László Márkus2, Tibor Szkaliczki2, Miklós Veres2, Zsolt Weisz2

1Hungarian National Museum

2Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI)

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Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Digitization, Public Value, Tourism, Smart Solutions, Multilingual Application

Received: June 10, 2019 Reviewed: June 25, 2019 Final Accepted: July 07, 2019

Citiation: Czifra, S., Pálinkás, A., Márkus, Z.L., Szkaliczki, T., Veres, M., Weisz, Z. (2019), Smart Solutions for Guided Cultural Routes along the Iron Age Archaeological Sites of the Danube Basin. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 43-54, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Niv Ahituv – What Should be Taught in an Academic Program of Data Sciences?

Abstract. The new academic discipline of Data Sciences (DS) has been developed in recent years mainly because of the need to make decisions based on huge amounts of data -- Big Data. In parallel, there has been a huge progress in the development of technologies that enable to identify patterns, to filter big data, and to provide relevant meanings to information, due to machine learning and sophisticated inference techniques. The profession of Data Scientist (or Data Analyst) has become highly demanded in recent years. It is required in the business sector where data is the “oxygen” for business survival; it is needed in the governmental sector in order to improve its services to the citizens; and it is very imperative in the scientific world, where large data depositories collected in varied disciplinJune 05es have to be integrated, mined and analyzed, in order to enable interdisciplinary research. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how the scientific discipline of Data Sciences fits into academic programs intended to prepare data analysts for the business, public, government, and academic sectors. The article first delineates the Data Cycle, which portrays the transformation of data and their derivatives along the route from generation to decision making. The cycle includes the following stages: problem definition → identifying pertinent data sources → data collection, and storing (including cleansing and backup) → data integration → data mining → processing and analysis → visualization → learning and decision-making → feedback for future cycles. Within this cycle, there might be sub cycles, where a number of stages are repeated and reiterated. It should be noted that the data cycle is generic. It might have slight variations under various circumstances, however, there is not much difference between the scientific cycle and all the other cycles. Each stage within the cycle requires different tools, namely hardware and software technologies that support the stage. This article classifies these tools. The final part of the article suggests a typology for academic DS programs. It outlines an academic program that will be offered to those wishing to practice the Data Analyst profession. An introductory course that should be mandatory to all students campus-wide is sketched.

Title: What Should be Taught in an Academic Program of Data Sciences?

Authors: Niv Ahituv1

1Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University

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Keywords: Data Sciences, Big Data, Data Mining, Academic Program in Data Sciences, Data Analyst.

Received: May 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 25, 2019 Final Accepted: July 05, 2019

Citiation: Ahituv, N. (2019), What Should be Taught in an Academic Program of Data Sciences? Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 55-64, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Kiril Simov – Integrated Language and Knowledge Resources for a Bulgarian-Centric Knowledge Graph

Abstract. This paper reports on the integration of language and knowledge resources within CLaDA-BG infrastructure. The idea is to encode linguistic knowledge on all levels of language starting from text, grammatical annotation and lemmatization to semantic and conceptual annotation. Our goal is to support conceptual annotation of various research objects (mainly texts). One of the main applications will be the management of a Bulgaria-centric Knowledge Graph.

Title: Integrated Language and Knowledge Resources for a Bulgarian-Centric Knowledge Graph

Authors: Kiril Simov1

1Linguistic Modelling and Knowledge Processing Department, Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Bulgarian Academy of Science

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Keywords: Language Resources, Language Technology, Knowledge Graph, Digital Humanities

Received: June 15, 2019 Reviewed: July 05, 2019 Final Accepted: July 20, 2019

Citiation: Simov, K. (2019), Integrated Language and Knowledge Resources for a Bulgarian-Centric Knowledge Graph. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 65-74, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Full Papers

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Danail Dochev, Radoslav Pavlov, Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Lilia Pavlova – Towards Modeling of Digital Ecosystems for Cultural Heritage

Abstract. The aim of the present paperis to give a brief information about the innovative functionalities and potential of the Digital Ecosystems for Cultural Heritage. The main features of digital ecosystems are shortly presented. A brief overview of some recent European projects dedicated to research and development of digital cultural ecosystems sketches their specifics, reveal some common characteristics and some development trends.

Title: Towards Modeling of Digital Ecosystems for Cultural Heritage

Authors: Danail Dochev1, Radoslav Pavlov2, Desislava Paneva-Marinova2, Lilia Pavlova3

1Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

2Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

3Laboratory of Telematics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Keywords: Digital Ecosystems, Cultural Heritage, Digital Cultural Assets.

Received: June 10, 2019 Reviewed: June 30, 2019 Final Accepted: July 10, 2019

Citiation: Dochev, D., Pavlov, R., Paneva-Marinova, D., Pavlova, L. (2019), Towards Modeling of Digital Ecosystems for Cultural Heritage. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 77-88, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Joanna Spassova-Dikova – Transdisciplinarity and the New Ways for Preservation and Investigation of the Cultural and Historical Heritage

Abstract. The main objective of the paper is to present the latest developments and achievements of the scientific field Cultural and Historical Heritage (CHH) and National Identity of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) for digitization and preservation of the Bulgarian cultural and historical heritage by using transdisciplinary approaches.

Title: Transdisciplinarity and the New Ways for Preservation and Investigation of the Cultural and Historical Heritage

Authors: Joanna Spassova-Dikova1

1Institute of Art Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Keywords: Transdisciplinary Approaches, Digitalization, Cultural and Historical Heritage, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

Received: June 04, 2019 Reviewed: July 05, 2019 Final Accepted: July 15, 2019

Citiation: Spassova-Dikova, J. (2019), Transdisciplinarity and the New Ways for Preservation and Investigation of the Cultural and Historical Heritage. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 89-100, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Huiling Feng, Xiaoshuang Jia, Yanyan Wang, Li Niu, Yongjun Xu – Digital Memory: A New Paradigm for Cultural Heritage

Abstract. This article explores the backgrounds of the new paradigm of digital memory emerging in digital preservation and presentation of cultural heritage field. It highlights some of the conceptual work that frames the new paradigm. We believe this new paradigm can bring together the main theoretical areas under consideration for the future development of cultural heritage.

Title: Digital Memory: A New Paradigm for Cultural Heritage

Authors: Huiling Feng1,2, Xiaoshuang Jia1,2, Yanyan Wang1, Li Niu1,2, Yongjun Xu1,2

1School of Information Resource Management, Beijing, China

2Humanities Beijing Research Center, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Digital Memory, Cultural Heritage, Paradigm.

Received: June 07, 2019 Reviewed: June 30, 2019 Final Accepted: July 15, 2019

Citiation: Feng, H., Jia, X., Wang, Y., Niu, L., Xu, Y. (2019), Digital Memory: A New Paradigm for Cultural Heritage. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 101-110, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Rosen Ivanov – An Approach to Developing Internet of Things (IoT)-Based Services for Smart Museums

Abstract. The aim of each museum is to present its exhibits in a way that enhances the visitor experience, satisfaction and knowledge. This objective is difficult to achieve, especially in museums with a very large number of exhibits and visitors. One possible solution is to use the modern Internet and mobile technologies in order to implement a service for personalized information delivery. The content that is delivered to visitors should be consistent with their preferences and free time. The paper presents an Internet of Things (IoT)-based solution for delivering personalized content to museum visitors, which includes: (1) Mobile app for visitors and curators; (2) Sensor network; and (3) Edge Computing Gateway. The main advantages of this solution are the following: platform independent service thanks to its full-stack JavaScript architecture; the service allows visitors to use it in multiple museums, not just in a particular museum; the service does not require permanent Internet access to operate; ability to deliver personalized content during the movement of visitors along the exhibits; relatively low price of the service thanks to the used hardware and open source software. Preliminary experiments in simulated and real environments show that proposed solution can be successfully used to create personalized content delivery services in smart museums.

Title: An Approach to Developing Internet of Things (IoT)-Based Services for Smart Museums

Authors: Rosen Ivanov1

1Technical University - Gabrovo

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Keywords: Museum Guide Systems, Visitors Profiling, Digital Heritage, IoT.

Received: June 12, 2019 Reviewed: June 30, 2019 Final Accepted: July 15, 2019

Citiation: Ivanov, R. (2019), An Approach to Developing Internet of Things (IoT)-Based Services for Smart Museums. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 111-122, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Benjamin Hanussek – Out of Order: How External Multimedia Companies "Errorize" Archaeological Exhibitions

Abstract. This paper discusses the influence of private companies in the museum sector. For that I will use qualitative accounts and my empirical research to evaluate and interpret the issue. This article shall present the delegation of multimedia development to outsourced companies at expense of the museum’s integrity.

Title: Out of Order: How External Multimedia Companies "Errorize" Archaeological Exhibitions

Authors: Benjamin Hanussek1

1Faculty of Archaeology, University of Warsaw

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Keywords: Outsourcing, Digital Archaeology, Museum Apps, Virtual Museum, Digital Heritage.

Received: June 04, 2019 Reviewed: June 25, 2019 Final Accepted: July 23, 2019

Citiation: Hanussek, B. (2019), Out of Order: How External Multimedia Companies "Errorize" Archaeological Exhibitions. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 123-130, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Jordan Stoikov, Maxim Goynov, Detelin Luchev, Radoslav Pavlov, Lilia Pavlova – Intelligent Data Curation in Virtual Museum for Ancient History and Civilization

Abstract. The virtual museum is an advanced system managing diverse collections of digital objects that are organized in various ways by a complex specialized functionality. The management of digital content requires a well-designed architecture that embeds services for content presentation, management, and administration. All elements of the system architecture are interrelated, thus the accuracy of each element is of great importance. These systems suffer from the lack of tools for intelligent data curation with the capacity to validate data from different sources and to add value to data. This paper proposes a solution for intelligent data curation that can be implemented in a virtual museum in order to provide opportunity to observe the valuable historical specimens in a proper way. The solution is focused on the process of validation and verification to prevent the duplication of records for digital objects, in order to guarantee the integrity of data and more accurate retrieval of knowledge.

Title: Intelligent Data Curation in Virtual Museum for Ancient History and Civilization

Authors: Desislava Paneva-Marinova1, Jordan Stoikov1, Maxim Goynov1, Detelin Luchev1, Radoslav Pavlov1, Lilia Pavlova2

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

2Laboratory of Telematics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Keywords: Database Management, System Architecture, Functionality, Data Integrity, Knowledge Retrieval, Data Validation, Record De-duplication, Cultural Heritage.

Received: June 01, 2019 Reviewed: June 25, 2019 Final Accepted: July 05, 2019

Citiation: Paneva-Marinova, D., Stoikov, J., Goynov, M., Luchev, D., Pavlov, R., Pavlova, L. (2019), Intelligent Data Curation in Virtual Museum for Ancient History and Civilization. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 131-144, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Michela Tramonti – Art and Science: Combining Learning Tool

Abstract. This article presents how the art-works, part of our cultural heritage, can become effective learning tools to be used for the study of scientific subjects, mainly science and mathematics. In particular, it intends to show some preliminary results and works gathered during the piloting phase with Italian secondary school students of the first and second cycle.

Title: Art and Science: Combining Learning Tool

Authors: Michela Tramonti1,2

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Science

2EU-Track - European Training and Research Association for Cooperation Key to Business

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Keywords: Mathematics Education, Art, Learning, Teaching.

Received: June 04, 2019 Reviewed: July 10, 2019 Final Accepted: July 23, 2019

Citiation: Tramonti, M. (2019), Art and Science: Combining Learning Tool. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 145-152, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Orlin Kouzov – The Role of the Educational Multimedia Games to Build Lasting Interest among Young People in the Cultural and Historical Heritage

Abstract. At present we are witnessing the growth of an entirely digital generation. Young people who, from a very early age, use a computer or tablet and are strong supporters of computer games, can be successfully inspired using that same technologies to love and preserve the cultural and historical heritage of the country.

Title: The Role of the Educational Multimedia Games to Build Lasting Interest among Young People in the Cultural and Historical Heritage

Authors: Orlin Kouzov1

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

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Keywords: Digital Technology, Multimedia Literacy, Cultural and Historical Heritage, Virtual Reality, Computer Games.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: July 05, 2019 Final Accepted: July 23, 2019

Citiation: Kouzov, O. (2019), The Role of the Educational Multimedia Games to Build Lasting Interest among Young People in the Cultural and Historical Heritage. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 153-162, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Magdelena Stoyanova, Lilia Pavlova – Edge Detection Algorithms in Mapping the Condition and Historic Phases of the Last Judgment Mosaics in Torcello/Venice

Abstract. Whenever innovative survey techniques allow gathering detailed information about fixed building interiors, establishing the conditions, authenticity or the structural problems of historic built in mosaics rests a quite complex process. This paper analyzes the reliability of digital post processing techniques to support distinguishing among application methods, original and remade areas, and for detailed damage assessment. The results are destined to form an interdisciplinary repository regarding the Byzantine mosaics of Torcello as hearth of the Veneto-Byzantine mosaic school of the 13th c.

Title: Edge Detection Algorithms in Mapping the Condition and Historic Phases of the Last Judgment Mosaics in Torcello/Venice

Authors: Magdelena Stoyanova1, Lilia Pavlova2

1CISBI Ca’ Foscari University

2Laboratory of Telematics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Keywords: Image Post Processing, Digital Repositories, Byzantine Mosaics of Torcello.

Received: May 19, 2019 Reviewed: June 15, 2019 Final Accepted: June 30, 2019

Citiation: Stoyanova, M., Pavlova, L. (2019), Edge Detection Algorithms in Mapping the Condition and Historic Phases of the Last Judgment Mosaics in Torcello/Venice. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 163-176, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Ivan Derzhanski, Olena Siruk – The Intensifying Prefix pre- in a Corpus of Bulgarian and Ukrainian Parallel Texts

Abstract. The subject of this study is the intensifying (elative) adjectival prefix pre- in Bulgarian and Ukrainian. The material comes from a bilingual corpus of parallel texts. The results demonstrate that the productivity of this prefix in the two languages is superficially similar, but its use shows significant mismatches, often motivated by structural and semantic peculiarities. The study also reveals some unexpected aspects of elative derivation in Ukrainian.

Title: The Intensifying Prefix pre- in a Corpus of Bulgarian and Ukrainian Parallel Texts

Authors: Ivan Derzhanski1, Olena Siruk1

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Keywords: Prefix pre-, Elative, Reduplication, Parallel Corpus, Bulgarian Language, Ukrainian Language.

Received: June 25, 2019 Reviewed: July 05, 2019 Final Accepted: July 15, 2019

Citiation: Derzhanski, I., Siruk, O. (2019), The Intensifying Prefix pre- in a Corpus of Bulgarian and Ukrainian Parallel Texts. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 177-188, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Radoslav Pavlov, Detelin Luchev – Providing Open Access in Digital Repositories for Social Sciences and Humanities Publications – Problems and Best Practices

Abstract. The report presents some problems and best practices for providing open access to digital repositories for scientific publications in social sciences and humanities (SSH). Editions in SSH have specifics that concerns publications in many national languages, deep archives, metadata, search, etc. As an example, the Central and Eastern European Online Library – CEEOL has been chosen, because CEEOL is a leading provider and a repository offering a highly specialized and comprehensive collection of fulltext publications in SSH. Over 75% of the editions indexed in CEEOL are open access. The study analyzes the main characteristics of CEEOL as: services, functionalities, opportunities for using its resources and the state of the Bulgarian collection.

Title: Providing Open Access in Digital Repositories for Social Sciences and Humanities Publications – Problems and Best Practices

Authors: Radoslav Pavlov1, Detelin Luchev1

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Keywords: Open Access, Repository, Content Management System, Central and Eastern European Online Library, CEEOL, Social Sciences, Humanities, Bulgaria.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: July 10, 2019 Final Accepted: July 23, 2019

Citiation: Pavlov, R., Luchev, D. (2019), Providing Open Access in Digital Repositories for Social Sciences and Humanities Publications – Problems and Best Practices. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 189-202, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Short Papers

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Radovesta Stewart, Stanislav Simeonov – Transformed Into Digital Resources - a New Life for the Cultural Heritage Related Research and Scientific Archives

Abstract. For decades, museum specialists have kept their research on paper - precious invaluable work. Today, this lost knowledge can be made available again. By digitalizing these studies and providing them with open access will offer scope for a deeper study of the Bulgarian cultural heritage, an integral part of which are the works of the investigators, ethnographers, historians, archaeologists. The paper gives a further look into the process of digitalizing old studies related to the cultural heritage initially from the archives of Regional historical museum Burgas. The described model is universal and can be a base for other cultural organizations that would like the ability to open their archives up to third parties, make them easy accessible, easy to maintain and become more sustainable.

Title: Transformed Into Digital Resources - a New Life for the Cultural Heritage Related Research and Scientific Archives

Authors: Radovesta Stewart1,2, Stanislav Simeonov2

1RHM Burgas

2University "Prof. Dr. Asen Zlatarov",

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Keywords: Digital resources, Digitalization, Science heritage, Cultural heritage.

Received: June 15, 2019 Reviewed: June 30, 2019 Final Accepted: July 18, 2019

Citiation: Stewart, R., Simeonov, S. (2019), Transformed Into Digital Resources - a New Life for the Cultural Heritage Related Research and Scientific Archives. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 205-212, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Nikolay Noev, Galina Bogdanova, Todor Todorov, Negoslav Sabev – Innovative Approach to the Presentation of Cultural Heritage in the Game Module of Serious Game for Blinded People

Abstract. This research presents some of the problems in developing digital cultural resources for educational application of serious games. A model of wide access to context-based knowledge is considered. Some elements of gaming have been explored when creating learning modules and tools for contextual use of digital cultural resources and making them accessible to people with visual disabilities. The modeling of an accessible game module is presented by applying selected accessibility criteria to people with special educational needs.

Title: Innovative Approach to the Presentation of Cultural Heritage in the Game Module of Serious Game for Blinded People

Authors: Nikolay Noev1, Galina Bogdanova1, Todor Todorov1,2, Negoslav Sabev1

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

2University of Veliko Tarnovo “St. St. Cyril and Methodius”

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Keywords: eLearning, Serious Games, Accessibility of Digital Content, Digital Learning Resources.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 28, 2019 Final Accepted: July 10, 2019

Citiation: Noev, N., Bogdanova, G., Todorov, T., Sabev, N. (2019), Innovative Approach to the Presentation of Cultural Heritage in the Game Module of Serious Game for Blinded People. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 213-218, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Neli Simeonova, Radovesta Stewart, Ekaterina Gospodinova – Technologies for the Introduction of Digitalized Cultural Heritage to Visually Impaired People

Abstract. This paper presents the place of technologies and digitalization for the creation of an opportunity for visual impaired people to become acquainted with the cultural heritage not only as text and as sound but also images. A concept for hardware realization of graphic tactile display is outlined based on a technology using tactile actuators bi-stable, solenoids and PIC based control board. The selected algorithm for series activation of each row of display allows using minimal number of active components to set and reset the solenoids and make possible the representation of an image, described additionally through text to sound readings of an object description.

Title: Technologies for the Introduction of Digitalized Cultural Heritage to Visually Impaired People

Authors: Neli Simeonova1, Radovesta Stewart1, Ekaterina Gospodinova1

1University “Prof. Dr. Assen Zlatarov”

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Keywords: Digital Resources, Cultural Heritage, Visually Impaired People.

Received: June 30, 2019 Reviewed: July 10, 2019 Final Accepted: July 22, 2019

Citiation: Simeonova, N., Stewart, R., Gospodinova, E. (2019), Technologies for the Introduction of Digitalized Cultural Heritage to Visually Impaired People. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 219-224, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Elena Zaharieva-Stoyanova – Digital Representation of Color Stitches in Craft Software

Abstract. This paper studies problems related to the development of craft software. It proposes an approach to developing an application for digital representation of color stitches in cross stitch pattern and crochet software. A database containing information about the most popular embroidery floss brands in Bulgaria has been built. The software module can be used independently for digital representation of a needlework thread catalog and floss conversion or to be embedded for digital representation of color stitches in cross stitch and crochet software. The software is oriented to people manufacturing national Bulgarian costumes and clothing with national Bulgarian embroidery.

Title: Digital Representation of Color Stitches in Craft Software

Authors: Elena Zaharieva-Stoyanova1

1Technical University - Gabrovo

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Keywords: Crochet Software, Cross Stitch Pattern Software, Craft Software, CAD Systems, Domestic Handicrafts, Digitalization, Computer-aided Design.

Received: June 19, 2019 Reviewed: June 30, 2019 Final Accepted: July 15, 2019

Citiation: Zaharieva-Stoyanova, E. (2019), Digital Representation of Color Stitches in Craft Software. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 225-230, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Galina Bogdanova, Todor Todorov, Nikolay Noev – Digital Cultural Heritage APIs

Abstract. In the paper we present services provided by some of the popular cultural heritage application programming interfaces (API). We show how they could be used from third applications software applications. Finally, we develop tools that use this APIs in order to search and visualize data.

Title: Digital Cultural Heritage APIs

Authors: Galina Bogdanova1, Todor Todorov1,2, Nikolay Noev1

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

2University of Veliko Tarnovo “St. St. Cyril and Methodius”

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Keywords: Digital Cultural Heritage, API, Europeana.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 25, 2019 Final Accepted: July 23, 2019

Citiation: Bogdanova, G., Todorov, T., Noev, N. (2019), Digital Cultural Heritage APIs. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 231-236, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
231-236

Stefka Kovacheva, Ludmila Dimitrova – Web based Application for Presentation of Bulgarian Cultural and Historical Heritage under the Protection of UNESCO

Abstract. The paper briefly describes the web based application “Me and UNESCO” for the realization of the database “Bulgarian cultural and historical heritage under the protection of UNESCO”, developed in IMI (BAS). The web based application follows a modern learning strategy based on the Understanding by Design approach. In a multimedia environment, additional content is provided on study topics commenting on the Bulgarian cultural and historical heritage sites under the protection of UNESCO.

Title: Web based Application for Presentation of Bulgarian Cultural and Historical Heritage under the Protection of UNESCO

Authors: Stefka Kovacheva1, Ludmila Dimitrova1

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences,

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Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Database, Digital Object, e-Learning Content, UNESCO.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 24, 2019 Final Accepted: July 01, 2019

Citiation: Kovacheva, S., Dimitrova, L. (2019), Web based Application for Presentation of Bulgarian Cultural and Historical Heritage under the Protection of UNESCO. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 237-244, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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George Simeonov, Peter Stanchev – Using Dspace Platform for Creation of Open Access Local Repositories

Abstract. The paper presents a brief review of the Dspace software platform for long-term data storage with indexing and search system used for open access repository creation. The experience of using and maintaining the platform for building BulDML and BGOpenAIRE repositories are highlighted.

Title: Using Dspace Platform for Creation of Open Access Local Repositories

Authors: George Simeonov1, Peter Stanchev1,2

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

2Kettering University

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Keywords: Dspace, Open Access Repositories, BulDML, BGOpenAIRE.

Received: June 15, 2019 Reviewed: July 05, 2019 Final Accepted: July 20, 2019

Citiation: Simeonov, G., Stanchev, P. (2019), Using Dspace Platform for Creation of Open Access Local Repositories. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 245-250, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Atanas Georgiev, Krassen Stefanov – Bulgarian Open Science Digital Library - First Prototype

Abstract. In this paper we present the process of development of Bulgarian Open Science Digital Library (BOSDL) as the first and main ingredient of Bulgarian Open Science Cloud (BOSC). We introduce and discuss main principles involved in the Open Science movement. We also give a lot of technical details related to BOSDL development.

Title: Bulgarian Open Science Digital Library - First Prototype

Authors: Atanas Georgiev1, Krassen Stefanov1

1Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"

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Keywords: Open Science, Open Access, Open Data, European Open Science Cloud, Bulgarian Open Science Cloud, Research Information System, Digital Library, Metadata.

Received: June 04, 2019 Reviewed: July 05, 2019 Final Accepted: July 25, 2019

Citiation: Georgiev, A., Stefanov, K. (2019), Bulgarian Open Science Digital Library - First Prototype. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 251-258, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Peter Stanchev, Krassen Stefanov – Bulgarian Open Science Cloud

Abstract. The paper presents the current state of Building the Bulgarian Open Science Cloud (BOSC).

Title: Bulgarian Open Science Cloud

Authors: Peter Stanchev1,2, Krassen Stefanov3

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, BulgarianAcademy of Sciences

2Kettering University

3Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"

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Keywords: Open Science, European Open Science Cloud, Bulgarian Open Science Cloud.

Received: June 25, 2019 Reviewed: July 10, 2019 Final Accepted: July 20, 2019

Citiation: Stanchev, P., Stefanov, K. (2019), Bulgarian Open Science Cloud. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 259-264, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Project Papers

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Jihong Liang, Dazhi Sun, Xiaoyu Wang, Kejing Lin, Xinxin Wang – Rite in the Forbidden City: The Cultural Interpretation and Digital Reconstruction of Guangxu Emperor’s Wedding

Abstract. On the basis of the historical classics of Guangxu emperor’s wedding held in the Forbidden City, we build a website to preserve and reappear Guangxu Emperor’s wedding, with the purpose of promoting the rite and the royal wedding culture of Qing dynasty.

Title: Rite in the Forbidden City: The Cultural Interpretation and Digital Reconstruction of Guangxu Emperor’s Wedding

Authors: Jihong Liang1, Dazhi Sun1, Xiaoyu Wang1, Kejing Lin1, Xinxin Wang1

1School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Guangxu Emperor’s Wedding, Rite, Digital Preservation, DigitalReappearance.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 18, 2019 Final Accepted: July 11, 2019

Citiation: Liang, J., Sun, D., Wang, X., Lin, K., Wang, X. (2019), Rite in the Forbidden City: The Cultural Interpretation and Digital Reconstruction of Guangxu Emperor’s Wedding. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 267-272, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
267-272

Dongqi He, Qingtang Wang, Jia Fei, Sitong Zhou – On Inheriting Kunqu Opera – Digital Teaching and Mass Popularization of Gong-Che Notation

Abstract. To meet the needs of the inheritance and dissemination of intangible cultural heritage in the Internet era, our project team digitally processed the Kunqu Gongche Notation to build its exclusive memory website, thereby achieving the goal of teaching and popularization.

Title: On Inheriting Kunqu Opera – Digital Teaching and Mass Popularization of Gong-Che Notation

Authors: Dongqi He1, Qingtang Wang1, Jia Fei2, Sitong Zhou2

1School of Information Resources Management, Renmin University of China

2School of Chinese Classics, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Kunqu Gongche Notation, Teaching, Digitization, Popularization, Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 17, 2019 Final Accepted: July 11, 2019

Citiation: He, D., Wang, Q., Fei, J., Zhou, S. (2019), On Inheriting Kunqu Opera – Digital Teaching and Mass Popularization of Gong-Che Notation. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 273-280, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Xiaoshuang Jia, Yue Tan, Qianyun Xiong, Yifang Li, Wei Hai – Designing Edutainment Games for Intangible Cultural Heritage: the BNREG Project

Abstract. This paper presents the preliminary investigation and game design process of Beijing Nursery Rhyme Edutainment Game (hereinafter referred to as BNREG), from which we think edutainment concept can provide an innovative gamification method for the impart and inheritance of Intangible Cultural Heritage (hereinafter referred to as ICH). It will also finally identify and discuss the most significant challenges in the design and adoption of edutainment games in ICH field.

Title: Designing Edutainment Games for Intangible Cultural Heritage: the BNREG Project

Authors: Xiaoshuang Jia1,2, Yue Tan1, Qianyun Xiong1, Yifang Li1, Wei Hai1

1School of Information Resource Management, Beijing, China

2Humanities Beijing Research Center, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Edutainment Game, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Nursery Rhymes, Beijing.

Received: June 04, 2019 Reviewed: June 18, 2019 Final Accepted: July 11, 2019

Citiation: Jia, X., Tan, Y., Xiong, Q., Li, Y., Hai, W. (2019), Designing Edutainment Games for Intangible Cultural Heritage: the BNREG Project. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 281-286, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Alden Dochshanov, Michela Tramonti – G.A. STEM Project: Gaming through Cultural Heritage

Abstract. The article introduces G.A.STEM project aiming at improving STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) skills acquisition through the use of Arts and mini-games design and development. The project favors STEM learning through valorization and re-evaluation of cultural heritage coming from the promotion of art-works and cultural exchanging among partner countries (Finland, Italy, Belgium, and Estonia), considering art as an effective interconnector focused on problem-oriented creativity development. The work summarizes the intermediate results achieved so far according to the project’s progress

Title: G.A. STEM Project: Gaming through Cultural Heritage

Authors: Alden Dochshanov1, Michela Tramonti1,2

1EU-Track - European Training and Research Association for Cooperation Key to business

2Institute of Mathematics and Informatics

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Keywords: STEM, Arts, Mini-games, Design Thinking.

Received: June 03, 2019 Reviewed: June 18, 2019 Final Accepted: June 21, 2019

Citiation: Dochshanov, A., Tramonti, M. (2019), G.A. STEM Project: Gaming through Cultural Heritage. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 287-294, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Daniela Pavlova – Conceptual Model of a Mobile Application for Educational Purposes to Help Preserve the Country's Historical Heritage and Promote the Cultural Identity of the Nation

Abstract. The increase of smartphones with Internet access has been a steady trend over the last 10 years and already represents a solid infrastructure that can be easily used for educational purposes. The creation of a mobile application in the field of cultural heritage can be a valuable aid for the dissemination of cultural and historical data.

Title: Conceptual Model of a Mobile Application for Educational Purposes to Help Preserve the Country's Historical Heritage and Promote the Cultural Identity of the Nation

Authors: Daniela Pavlova1

1University of Library Studies and Information Technologies

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Keywords: Mobile Penetration, Cultural Heritage, Digital Technology, Smartphone, Historical Memory.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 21, 2019 Final Accepted: June 28, 2019

Citiation: Pavlova, D. (2019), Conceptual Model of a Mobile Application for Educational Purposes to Help Preserve the Country's Historical Heritage and Promote the Cultural Identity of the Nation. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 295-302, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Yanyan Wang, Yuhan Zhou, Weiwen Liu, Huiru Chen, Yifang Li – Using Digital Storytelling in a Virtual 3D-Museum for Beijing Old Objects

Abstract. This paper presents an overview of the construction of a virtual online 3D-museum for Beijing old objects (3D-BOOM) through digital storytelling. The project of 3D-BOOM proposed, implemented and evaluated an innovative conceptual and technological framework applying digital storytelling in 3D-museums, which will enable both the experiencing of personalized interactive stories for the visitors of cultural heritage and the authoring of narrative structures by the cultural experts. The emotive virtual cultural experience provided by 3D-BOOM will make cultural heritage more attractive and effective.

Title: Using Digital Storytelling in a Virtual 3D-Museum for Beijing Old Objects

Authors: Yanyan Wang1, Yuhan Zhou1, Weiwen Liu1, Huiru Chen1, Yifang Li1

1School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Virtual Museum, Beijing Old Objects, Storytelling, 3D Technology.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 28, 2019 Final Accepted: July 17, 2019

Citiation: Wang, Y., Zhou, Y., Liu, W., Chen, H., Li, Y. (2019), Using Digital Storytelling in a Virtual 3D-Museum for Beijing Old Objects. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 303-308, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Pavel Hristov, Emiliyan Petkov – Study of 3D Technologies for Web

Abstract. This paper presents solutions for objectives and presentation related to 3D technology exploration and three-dimensional web visualization, implementation of approaches for 3D reconstruction of museum exhibits, creation of models for three-dimensional imaging systems and geometric models of museum exhibits on web environment, development of web application for displaying three-dimensional images and geometric patterns of museum exhibits.

Title: Study of 3D Technologies for Web

Authors: Pavel Hristov1, Emiliyan Petkov1

1Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Veliko Tarnovo “St. St. Cyril and Methodius”

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Keywords: 3D Technologies, 3D Visualization, 3D Website, Stereoscopy, Computer Graphics.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 20, 2019 Final Accepted: July 15, 2019

Citiation: Hristov, P., Petkov, E. (2019), Study of 3D Technologies for Web. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 309-314, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Guancan Yang, Huilin Zhang, Xiaomei Zhang, Yue Yu, Jie Yang – Digital Inheritance of POPF Based on Image Database and Identification Model

Abstract. Pecking Opera Painted Faces (POPF) is a Chinese intangible cultural heritage full of aesthetic value. However, their cultural connotations become less known in modern society. It is therefor, necessary to make public easily understand unique cultural connotation and aesthetic value of POPF. In this project, we built a POPF image database based on the image classification model, with the aim to better showcase POPF. The images are classified into multiple categories according to the traditional connotation patterns. By using the MLP (Multi-layer Perceptrons) algorithm classifier, the classification accuracy of model has approached 70%. Using those tools, the uncertainty of information about images of POPF can be reduced appreciably, and would benefit the innovation of derivatives around POPF.

Title: Digital Inheritance of POPF Based on Image Database and Identification Model

Authors: Guancan Yang1, Huilin Zhang1, Xiaomei Zhang1, Yue Yu1, Jie Yang1

1School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Pecking Opera Painted Faces (POPF), Intangible Cultural Heritage, Image Database, Identification Model.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 25, 2019 Final Accepted: July 17, 2019

Citiation: Yang, G., Zhang, H., Zhang, X., Yu, Y., Yang, J. (2019), Digital Inheritance of POPF Based on Image Database and Identification Model. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 315-322, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Lichao Liu, Shushu Zheng, Li Niu, Luolin Wang – Digital Preservation and Presentation of Institution Photo Archives: the Anhui University Memory Project Experience

Abstract. Institution photo archives are important digital resource with a large proportion of old photos, which makes them of great value in aspects of history and culture. Based on OAIS (Open Archival Information System) Model, the Anhui University Memory Project (AMP) designed and realized a Long-term Preservation Process, which included a series of standard procedures for lifecycle management. Then digital resource repository and digital memory site were developed according to demands of Anhui University for constructing and presenting memory. This paper aims to introduce the architecture and achievements of AMP, as well as the design and implementation of long-term preservation process and two distinctive ways of resource organization and memory presentation.

Title: Digital Preservation and Presentation of Institution Photo Archives: the Anhui University Memory Project Experience

Authors: Lichao Liu1,2, Shushu Zheng1, Li Niu1,2, Luolin Wang1

1School of Information Resource Management, Beijing, China

2Humanities Beijing Research Center, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Digital Photo Archive, Digital Preservation, Digital Presentation, OAIS Model, Memory Construction.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 26, 2019 Final Accepted: July 16, 2019

Citiation: Liu, L., Zheng, S., Niu, L., Wang, L. (2019), Digital Preservation and Presentation of Institution Photo Archives: the Anhui University Memory Project Experience. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 323-330, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Alexander Herschung, Martin Oelgeklaus – File Format Migration as Digital Preservation Strategy – A Report on Practical Experiences

Abstract. The Open Archive Information System reference model is a first solution for handling the big number of digital documents. With startext SORI we created a ready-to-use software, based on the OAIS model. So files get prepared for the future, but like every model, there are still aspects to improve.

Title: File Format Migration as Digital Preservation Strategy – A Report on Practical Experiences

Authors: Alexander Herschung1, Martin Oelgeklaus1

1startext GmbH

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Keywords: Digital Archive, OAIS, Long-Time Preservation, Software.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 21, 2019 Final Accepted: July 01, 2019

Citiation: Herschung, A., Oelgeklaus, M. (2019), File Format Migration as Digital Preservation Strategy – A Report on Practical Experiences. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 331-336, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Maria Teresa Artese, Isabella Gagliardi – Sharing ICH Archives: Integration of Online Inventories and Definition of Common Metadata

Abstract. We present here an ongoing study and experimentation of a system (QueryLab) able to query different inventories at the same time, providing a larger virtual collection that can be explored through intuitive and attractive search tools. The aim is twofold: overcome data silos archives and develop a common metadata able to collect lists of intangible cultural heritage that is not yet included in any online database.

Title: Sharing ICH Archives: Integration of Online Inventories and Definition of Common Metadata

Authors: Maria Teresa Artese1, Isabella Gagliardi1

1A CNR IMATI – Milano

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Keywords: Global and Local Archives, Multimodal Search Criteria, Open Archives, Storytelling, Common Metadata.

Received: May 25, 2019 Reviewed: June 26, 2019 Final Accepted: July 16, 2019

Citiation: Artese, M.T., Gagliardi, I. (2019), Sharing ICH Archives: Integration of Online Inventories and Definition of Common Metadata. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 337-344, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Xinyu An, Qi Zhou, Qianyun Xiong, Jiaqi Wang – Further Reflection on the Protection of Cultural Heritage: The AOH Project

Abstract. AOH (Animal Ornaments on House-ridges), as an important part of Chinese Traditional Architectural Decoration, have gradually formed a cultural system. Through the exploration of the cultural connotation behind them and the design of a serious game closely related, we hope to cultivate people's interest in AOH and achieve the sustainable preservation of animal ornaments.

Title: Further Reflection on the Protection of Cultural Heritage: The AOH Project

Authors: Xinyu An1, Qi Zhou2, Qianyun Xiong1, Jiaqi Wang1

1School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China

2School of Public Administration and Policy, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Material Cultural Heritage, Animal Ornaments, Serious Game.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 25, 2019 Final Accepted: July 16, 2019

Citiation: An, X., Zhou, Q., Xiong, Q., Wang, J. (2019), Further Reflection on the Protection of Cultural Heritage: The AOH Project. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 345-352, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Neli Simeonova, Ivaylo Belovski, Georgi Torlakov – Preservation and Protection of Cultural Heritage through Digital Security System

Abstract. The preservation and protection of cultural heritage is of special importance nowadays. With the development of technologies, violation methods became more sophisticated. This requires taking stronger security measures for protection of museum items. The aim of the present paper is to present a design of digital security system for museum exhibits based on a microcontroller combined with sensors of different functions and principles of operation.

Title: Preservation and Protection of Cultural Heritage through Digital Security System

Authors: Neli Simeonova1, Ivaylo Belovski1, Georgi Torlakov1

1University "Prof. Dr. Assen Zlatarov"

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Keywords: Sensor Systems, Museum Security, Exhibits Protection.

Received: June 30, 2019 Reviewed: July 10, 2019 Final Accepted: July 22, 2019

Citiation: Simeonova, N., Belovski, I., Torlakov, G. (2019), Preservation and Protection of Cultural Heritage through Digital Security System. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 353-358, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Xiaoshuang Jia, Yuan Liang, Kexin Wang, Shengnan Yao, Leiqian Han, Xingzhuan Chai – Designing a Mini-Program for Culture Learning and Creative Product Customization: DIY RADP

Abstract. Taking Chinese royal architecture decorative patterns as an example, this paper explores an overall socioeconomic framework of culture learning and culture creative product customization as well as the technological framework for developing a WeChat mini-program. It highlights the results so far and the challenges of it.

Title: Designing a Mini-Program for Culture Learning and Creative Product Customization: DIY RADP

Authors: Xiaoshuang Jia1, Yuan Liang2, Kexin Wang1, Shengnan Yao1, Leiqian Han1, Xingzhuan Chai1

1School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China

2School of Art, Renmin University of China

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Keywords: Royal Architecture Decorative Patterns, Creative Product Customization, Mini-Program, Culture Learning.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 30, 2019 Final Accepted: July 24, 2019

Citiation: Jia, X., Liang, Y., Wang, K., Yao, S., Han, L., Chai, X. (2019), Designing a Mini-Program for Culture Learning and Creative Product Customization: DIY RADP. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 359-366, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Mariya Monova-Zheleva, Yanislav Zhelev, Radovesta Stewart – An Approach for Valorisation of the Emerging Tacit Knowledge and Cultural Heritage in Rural and Peripheral Communities

Abstract. Much of the European cultural heritage is embedded in rural areas and remote regions, often closely linked with the natural environment. As the culture sector evolves and changes due to digitization, so do the skills required of individuals active in the sector. These changes can only be met by relevant and demand-sensitive educational offers. The current paper presents the main outcomes achieved so far in the framework of the Erasmus+ Project VAL.oR “Tacit knowledge emerging for a sustainable valorization of the cultural heritage in rural and peripheral communities” aiming to propose new approach supporting and sustaining local and regional cultural heritage and the economic benefits for communities that result from well managed and organized festivals and events.

Title: An Approach for Valorisation of the Emerging Tacit Knowledge and Cultural Heritage in Rural and Peripheral Communities

Authors: Mariya Monova-Zheleva1, Yanislav Zhelev1, Radovesta Stewart2

1Burgas Free University

2RHM Burgas

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Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Intangible Cultural Heritage, Tacit Knowledge, Non-Formal Learning Accreditation.

Received: June 15, 2019 Reviewed: June 29, 2019 Final Accepted: July 05, 2019

Citiation: Monova-Zheleva, M., Zhelev, Y., Stewart, R. (2019), An Approach for Valorisation of the Emerging Tacit Knowledge and Cultural Heritage in Rural and Peripheral Communities. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 367-374, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Ivan Kratchanov – Sustainable Development of the Practices of Digitization in National Library “Ivan Vazov” – Plovdiv

Abstract. National Library “Ivan Vazov” in Plovdiv is the second largest library in Bulgaria. It is established as the second national depository of Bulgarian printed output and has contributed significantly to the preservation of the national cultural and historical heritage. This article offers an overview of the library’s history and current developments in the field of automation and digitization.

Title: Sustainable Development of the Practices of Digitization in National Library “Ivan Vazov” – Plovdiv

Authors: Ivan Kratchanov1

1National Library “Ivan Vazov”

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Keywords: Digitization, Plovdiv, Cultural Heritage, Digital Library.

Received: July 01, 2019 Reviewed: July 10, 2019 Final Accepted: July 23, 2019

Citiation: Kratchanov, I. (2019), Sustainable Development of the Practices of Digitization in National Library “Ivan Vazov” – Plovdiv. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 375-382, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Dimitar Iliev, Elina Boeva, Polina Yordanova – Challenges and Perspectives in Creating a Digital Epigraphy Collection Using TEI XML and Front-end Services

Abstract. The article presents the main tools and methods applied in the creation of the Telamon database of the ancient Greek inscriptions from Bulgaria encoded in TEI XML. The work so far on the project is reported, the modifications to the existing services are enumerated and some future perspectives are discussed.

Title: Challenges and Perspectives in Creating a Digital Epigraphy Collection Using TEI XML and Front-end Services

Authors: Dimitar Iliev1, Elina Boeva1, Polina Yordanova2

1Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"

2University of Helsinki

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Keywords: Digital Epigraphy, TEI XML, EpiDoc, Front-end Services.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: July 16, 2019 Final Accepted: August 04, 2019

Citiation: Iliev, D., Boeva, E., Yordanova, P. (2019), Challenges and Perspectives in Creating a Digital Epigraphy Collection Using TEI XML and Front-end Services. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 383-390, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Petros Alvanitopoulos, Sotiris Diplaris, Beatrice de Gelder, Alexander Shvets, Maurice Benayoun, Panagiota Koulali, Ayman Moghnieh, Yash Shekhawat, Christos Stentoumis, Tyson Hosmer, Refik Anadol, Marta Borreguero, Alejandro Martin, Piera Sciama, Kostas Avgerinakis, Panagiotis Petrantonakis, Alexia Briassouli, Simon Mille, Anastasios Tellios, Luis Fraguada, Holger Sprengel, Ilias Kalisperakis, Nestor Cabanas, Spiridon Nikolopoulos, Stavros Skouras, Verena Vogler, Despoina Zavraka, Jens Piesk, Lazaros Grammatikopoulos, Leo Wanner, Tobias Klein, Stefanos Vrochidis, Ioannis Kompatsiaris – MindSpaces: Art-driven Adaptive Outdoors and Indoors Design

Abstract. MindSpaces provides solutions for creating functionally and emotionally appealing architectural designs in urban spaces. Social media services, physiological sensing devices and video cameras provide data from sensing environments. State-of-the-Art technology including VR, 3D design tools, emotion extraction, visual behaviour analysis, and textual analysis will be incorporated in MindSpaces platform for analysing data and adapting the design of spaces.

Title: MindSpaces: Art-driven Adaptive Outdoors and Indoors Design

Authors: Petros Alvanitopoulos1, Sotiris Diplaris1, Beatrice de Gelder2, Alexander Shvets3, Maurice Benayoun13, Panagiota Koulali4, Ayman Moghnieh5, Yash Shekhawat6, Christos Stentoumis7, Tyson Hosmer8, Refik Anadol9, Marta Borreguero10, Alejandro Martin11, Piera Sciama12, Kostas Avgerinakis1, Panagiotis Petrantonakis1, Alexia Briassouli2, Simon Mille3, Anastasios Tellios4, Luis Fraguada5, Holger Sprengel6, Ilias Kalisperakis7, Nestor Cabanas10, Spiridon Nikolopoulos1, Stavros Skouras5, Verena Vogler5, Despoina Zavraka4, Jens Piesk6, Lazaros Grammatikopoulos7, Leo Wanner3, Tobias Klein13, Stefanos Vrochidis1, Ioannis Kompatsiaris1

1Centre for Research and Technology Hellas

2Universiteit Maastricht

3Universitat Pompeu Fabra

4Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

5McNeel Europe SL

6Nurogames

7UP2METRIC

8Zaha Hadid Architects

9analogNative

10Ajuntament de L’ Hospitalet de Llobregrat

11Espronceda

12E-Seniors

13City University of Hong Kong

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Keywords: Virtual Reality (VR), Visual Behavior Analysis, 3D reconstruction, Emotion extraction, Style transfer, Text Analysis.

Received: June 05, 2019 Reviewed: June 24, 2019 Final Accepted: August 20, 2019

Citiation: Alvanitopoulos, P., Diplaris, S., Gelder, B., Shvets, A., Benayoun, M., Koulali, P., Moghnieh, A., Shekhawat, Y., Stentoumis, C., Hosmer, T., Anado, R., Borreguero, M., Martin, A., Sciama, P., Avgerinakis, K., Petrantonakis, P., Briassouli, A., Mille, S., Tellios, A., Fraguada, L., Sprengel, H., Kalisperakis, I., Cabanas, N., Nikolopoulos, S., Skouras, S., Vogler, V., Zavraka, D., Piesk, J., Grammatikopoulos, L., Wanner, L., Klein, T., Vrochidis, S., Kompatsiaris, I. (2019), MindSpaces: Art-driven Adaptive Outdoors and Indoors Design. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 391-400, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Workshops and Information Days

401-410

Peter Stanchev, Karina Angelieva, Yanita Zherkova, Radoslav Pavlov, George Simeonov – The Tenth National Information Day: Open Science, Open Data, Open Access, Bulgarian Open Science Cloud

Abstract. The paper presents the current state of Bulgarian Open access (OA) activities on Open Science, Open Data, Open Access and Bulgarian Open Science Cloud. Discussion points for the Tenth National Information Day are highlighted.

Title: The Tenth National Information Day: Open Science, Open Data, Open Access, Bulgarian Open Science Cloud

Authors: Peter Stanchev1,2, Karina Angelieva3, Yanita Zherkova3, Radoslav Pavlov1, George Simeonov1

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

2Kettering University

3Ministry of Education and Science, Bulgaria

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Keywords: Open Access, Access to Knowledge, Open Science, European Open Science Cloud, Bulgarian Open Science Cloud.

Received: June 30, 2019 Reviewed: July 10, 2019 Final Accepted: July 22, 2019

Citiation: Stanchev, P., Angelieva, K., Zherkova, Y., Pavlov, R., Simeonov, G. (2019), The Tenth National Information Day: Open Science, Open Data, Open Access, Bulgarian Open Science Cloud. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 403-408, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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Radoslav Pavlov, Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Detelin Luchev, Lubomir Zlatkov – Workshop on Serious Games and their Educational Applications

Abstract. The workshop on Serious Games and their Educational Applicationspresents outcomes of the National Scientific Program “Cultural and Historical Heritage, National Memory and Social Development”, funded by the Ministry of Education and Science (approved by DCM No 577 of 17 August 2018), achieved during the first year under the Work Package No. 4 “Activities for the Development of Scientific and Scientific-Applied Products” (Activity "Digitization and virtualization of cultural heritage"). The workshop outlines also some future trends for educational applications of serious games.

Title: Workshop on Serious Games and their Educational Applications

Authors: Radoslav Pavlov1, Desislava Paneva-Marinova1, Detelin Luchev1, Lubomir Zlatkov1

1Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Keywords: Serious Games, Gamification, Educational Application, CulturalHeritage.

Received: June 28, 2019 Reviewed: July 15, 2019 Final Accepted: July 23, 2019

Citiation: Pavlov, R., Paneva-Marinova, D., Luchev, D., Zlatkov, L. (2019), Workshop on Serious Games and their Educational Applications. Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage. Vol. 9, Sofia, Bulgaria: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics – BAS, 2019, pp. 409-410, ISSN 1314-4006 (Print), eISSN 2535-0366 (Online).
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