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Integrated Digital Museum Framework Joshua, Jen-Shin, Hong Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering

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Integrated Digital Museum Framework. Joshua, Jen-Shin, Hong Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering. Outline. Experiences on digital museum development Issues of digital museum framework Demo: a proto-type system implementation Future work. Projects. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Integrated Digital Museum Framework

Joshua, Jen-Shin, HongDepartment of Computer Science and Information Engineering

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Outline

• Experiences on digital museum development

• Issues of digital museum framework

• Demo: a proto-type system implementation

• Future work

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Projects

• Digital museum development– 1998 : The Digital Museum of Butterflies of Taiwan

– 2000 : The Lanyu Digital Museum

– 2001 : Ali Mountain and Tsou culture Digital Museum

• Technology development– 2002 : National Digital Archive Project (technology devel

opment)

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Phase 1: The Butterfly Digital Museum (1998)

• What is an digital museum - started “blindly”

• Propose possible functions for DM– Exhibition

– Digital Archive

– Interactive educational games

– Personalization

– Courseware

– FAQ

– …

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Image Retrieval to identify butterfly specie

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Archiving: XML

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Exhibition: SMIL

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Edutaining – 2D

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Edutaining – 3D

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Some thoughts• Major modules of digital museum proposed

– Media object archive– Textual/content-based image retrieval– Online exhibition– Education/entertaining games

• What is missing:– integrations– proper interface between different modules– proper workflow– knowledge/data interpretability– long term data and function preservation mechanism

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Phase 2: The Lanyu Digital Museum (2001)

• Multi-domain : culture, plant, geology (stone, mineral), animal (insect, reptile)

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Integrate archive and exhibition

• manufacture exhibitions from multimedia object archive

• Dynamic combination between exhibition content and exhibition appearance– Half-automation exhibition content editing– Archive management

• Produce different styles for different users• hardware Capacities,bandwidth,browser

• Easy to re-arrange an existing exhibition to accommodate different user need

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Approach

Raw DataMultimedia

ObjectArchive

ExhibitionElement

Exhibition

ExhibitionScript

ExhibitionElement

ExhibitionElement

XML composing

XSLExhibitionElement

ExhibitionElement

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Workflow

• Differentiate an exhibition script to a group of interlinked “exhibition elements”

• Use an XML document to convey the content of an exhibition element

• Use XSL documents to present exhibition elements• Use RDBMS to manage the structured XML

documents, media objects, hyperlinks

Using XML/XSL, how far can it go for multimedia-demanded digital museum exhibition?

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Image Archives

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Integrate exhibition and media archive

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XML document for exhibition element

• Title

• Description text

• XSL document

• Multimedia objects

• Links to other exhibition elements

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Switching the presentation style of an exhibition element using XSLs

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Phase 3: The Ali-mountain Digital Museum (2001)

• Perspective from content expert

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Fairy Tales

• Perspective from content expert

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Lessons learned

• System integration – Exhibition vs. media archive

• Work Flow• Technology application• A more robust document model for an exhibition

element– Detailed block-based specifications of the textual and media

objects– Fine-grained synchronization between complex media objects

presentations– Partially/totally presentation independent?

• More sophisticated XSL authoring tools– Modularized, reusable web media-effect generator