Enriching Professional Annotations for Diverse Classification of Bible Images in The Rijksmuseum Online Collection

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Enriching Professional Annotations for Diverse Classification of Bible Images in The Rijksmuseum Online Collection
status: finished
Master: project within::Information Sciences
Student name: student name::T. van Beek
Dates
Start start date:=2014/02/01
End end date:=2014/07/01
Supervision
Supervisor: Lora Aroyo
Thesis: has thesis::Media:thesis-design_t-van-beek-report.pdf
Poster: has poster::Media:Thijs van Beek TD Presentation.pdf

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Abstract

The goal of this project is to find additional automated methods to extend and enrich annotations. This is done by exploiting the main theme annotations and consulting linked resources to harvest related keywords. In practice this means we follow links to shared vocabularies (e.g. Iconclass) and follow the class hierarchy for synonyms (horizontal) and subinstances (vertical). This leads to the following research question: How can we enrich the limited professional annotations of bible images in the Rijksmuseum prints collection for diverse classification?