Towards Modeling of Digital Ecosystems for Cultural Heritage
Keywords:Digital Ecosystems, Cultural Heritage, Digital Cultural Assets
AbstractThe aim of the present paper is 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.
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