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A presentation given at the International Image Interoperability Framework event held at Ghent University, Belgium on December 8, 2015.

Michael Appleby
Yale University

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  1. 1. IIIF Annotation & Discovery Michael Appleby Academic Software Development, Yale University IIIF Ghent December 8th, 2015 Image: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University
  2. 2. Digitally Enabled Scholarship with Medieval Manuscripts • An Edition of Gratian’s Decretum • Creating English Literature • A Literary History of the English Book of Hours • Studying the Book of Hours: Creating Tools for Scholars and Evaluating Manuscript Digitization
  3. 3. IIIF Infrastructure – Projects are using a customized version of Mirador (v1) – The research teams are annotating their manuscripts using a combination of text and tags – Annotations are stored using the Open Annotation data model (MongoDB) – Manifests and images are hosted locally or at other IIIF institutions (Stanford, Harvard, Oxford) – Annotation discovery via Blacklight
  4. 4. Gratian’s Decretum Beginning of Gratian’s Decretum 5.1.2 in three manuscripts
  5. 5. Gratian: Navigate by Citation
  6. 6. Studying the Book of Hours: Automated Analysis Beinecke MS 310 35v, annotation of main text block and individual lines
  7. 7. Codicological Features
  8. 8. Annotating Features, Including Multispectral Images
  9. 9. Illustrations
  10. 10. Books of Hours: Saint George
  11. 11. Tagging Content #image #labor_july #leo #image #intextblock #margaret #suffrage_margaret
  12. 12. From Tags to Facets Hierarchical facets in Blacklight #margaret is mapped to Subject : Figures : Margaret
  13. 13. Faceted Search
  14. 14. Thank You! Michael Appleby Academic Software Development Yale University Information Technology Services michael.appleby@yale.edu // @mikeapps Digitally Enabled Scholarship with Medieval Manuscripts at Yale Prof. Holly Rushmeier, Computer Science • Ruggero Pintus, Postdoctoral Associate, Computer Science • Ying Yang, Postdoctoral Associate, Computer Science Prof. Barbara A. Shailor, Classics and Medieval Studies Prof. Jessica Brantley, English Prof. Alastair Minnis, English Prof. Ardis Butterfield, English Prof. Anders Winroth, History

Notas do Editor

  • My colleague Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass spoke this morning about IIIF initiattves underway at the Yale Center for British Art.. This afternoon I would like to describe how a program of research projects are using IIIF and Open Annotation to study Medieval manuscripts.

    An Edition of Gratian’s Decretum
    Creating English Literature: Interpretation of data produced by the multispectral imaging of inks and pigments used in Middle English manuscripts
    A Literary History of the English Book of Hours: A study of variations in textual and visual elements in copies of Books of Hours produced in England and for the English market.
    Studying the Book of Hours: Creating Tools for Scholars and Evaluating Manuscript Digitization is an effort to develop new algorithms for detecting text, images, and other features of interest in Medieval Manuscripts
  • To support these projects we brought together an IIIF stack, including an image server, annotation storage server, the Mirador viewer, and an annotation discovery interface.
  • Descrição

    A presentation given at the International Image Interoperability Framework event held at Ghent University, Belgium on December 8, 2015.

    Michael Appleby
    Yale University

    Transcrição

    1. 1. IIIF Annotation & Discovery Michael Appleby Academic Software Development, Yale University IIIF Ghent December 8th, 2015 Image: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University
    2. 2. Digitally Enabled Scholarship with Medieval Manuscripts • An Edition of Gratian’s Decretum • Creating English Literature • A Literary History of the English Book of Hours • Studying the Book of Hours: Creating Tools for Scholars and Evaluating Manuscript Digitization
    3. 3. IIIF Infrastructure – Projects are using a customized version of Mirador (v1) – The research teams are annotating their manuscripts using a combination of text and tags – Annotations are stored using the Open Annotation data model (MongoDB) – Manifests and images are hosted locally or at other IIIF institutions (Stanford, Harvard, Oxford) – Annotation discovery via Blacklight
    4. 4. Gratian’s Decretum Beginning of Gratian’s Decretum 5.1.2 in three manuscripts
    5. 5. Gratian: Navigate by Citation
    6. 6. Studying the Book of Hours: Automated Analysis Beinecke MS 310 35v, annotation of main text block and individual lines
    7. 7. Codicological Features
    8. 8. Annotating Features, Including Multispectral Images
    9. 9. Illustrations
    10. 10. Books of Hours: Saint George
    11. 11. Tagging Content #image #labor_july #leo #image #intextblock #margaret #suffrage_margaret
    12. 12. From Tags to Facets Hierarchical facets in Blacklight #margaret is mapped to Subject : Figures : Margaret
    13. 13. Faceted Search
    14. 14. Thank You! Michael Appleby Academic Software Development Yale University Information Technology Services michael.appleby@yale.edu // @mikeapps Digitally Enabled Scholarship with Medieval Manuscripts at Yale Prof. Holly Rushmeier, Computer Science • Ruggero Pintus, Postdoctoral Associate, Computer Science • Ying Yang, Postdoctoral Associate, Computer Science Prof. Barbara A. Shailor, Classics and Medieval Studies Prof. Jessica Brantley, English Prof. Alastair Minnis, English Prof. Ardis Butterfield, English Prof. Anders Winroth, History

    Notas do Editor

  • My colleague Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass spoke this morning about IIIF initiattves underway at the Yale Center for British Art.. This afternoon I would like to describe how a program of research projects are using IIIF and Open Annotation to study Medieval manuscripts.

    An Edition of Gratian’s Decretum
    Creating English Literature: Interpretation of data produced by the multispectral imaging of inks and pigments used in Middle English manuscripts
    A Literary History of the English Book of Hours: A study of variations in textual and visual elements in copies of Books of Hours produced in England and for the English market.
    Studying the Book of Hours: Creating Tools for Scholars and Evaluating Manuscript Digitization is an effort to develop new algorithms for detecting text, images, and other features of interest in Medieval Manuscripts
  • To support these projects we brought together an IIIF stack, including an image server, annotation storage server, the Mirador viewer, and an annotation discovery interface.
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