Title: Pilot 3 ontology extensions
Description: Ontology Extensions
Title: Pilot 3 literals
Description: This dataset encloses additional information about the Archaeological Museum of Tripolis, where pilot 3 will take place and the elements contained in its exhibitions. The dataset will be composed of the extensions of the upper-level ontology used to describe the types and relationships required and the actual literal data related to the collections. This way, the datasets will be used to model the knowledge about the items from the Archaeological Museum of Tripolis participating in pilot 3 in order to permit the discovery of additional relationships that could be presented to visitors to enhance their understanding and to be used in games to improve the entertainment aspect of the experience.
These datasets will be composed of the ontology(ies) used to describe the types and relationships required to capture the items from the venue participating in pilot 3.
They will take the form of structured XML files, with the information modelled according to the OWL standard. The types and relationships captured within these files will be documented within the overall ontology, which will also take the form of structured XML files. The overall ontology will be based on the CIDOC-CRM cultural heritage standard, along with other related ontologies and enhancements that have been selected and or developed within the CROSSCULT project.
No elaborated data following the same structure will be reused, and the original data will be extracted from the sources provided by the venues. The basic data will be augmented by related concepts such as geographical data and related vocabulary terms and connected to external sources of information (Wikidata, Wikipedia) and other museums APIs (BM, Europeana).
Most of the data (both data structures and instances) describing the venues items will be covered by the general datasets. So, the expected size of these specific datasets is quite reduced, in the order of several KB.
The ontology may be used for further semantic related projects to help define and describe similar collections and as part of more general semantic research. The literals may be used in further research to examine the relationships captured in the dataset, analyse the collections connections to the broader world history, explore the visualisation of complex cultural heritage datasets and or as an example for how other collections might be structured and described with this kind of tools.
Title: Pilot 3 visitor profiles
Description: This dataset will include all the information used to create the profiles of the visitors participating in the experiments of pilot 3. This way, the dataset contents will be used to model the users that will play the games of the pilot and so help the apps to personalise the options to be offered to them in order to get a more appealing experience for every visitor.
This dataset will comprise information about the visitors who participate in the games, including psycho-demographic data, cognitive style, and interests mined from social networks. All the information will be anonymised and the storage will be organised by assigning an anonymised identifier to every participant.
No elaborated data following the same structure will be reused, and all the information of this dataset will be provided by the users through their participation in mini games designed to extract cognitive profiles before their museum visit and, for visitors who give their permission, through direct access to the information of their social networks to infer interesting profile traits.
Title: Pilot 3 multimedia contents
Description: This dataset includes the multimedia resources linked to the venue involved in pilot 3 that may be used to create stories to be told to the participants in the experiments. They are the multimedia assets appearing in the narratives, for instance to illustrate questions or descriptions.
The intended resources include text, images, video and audio clips, animations, 3D shapes, AR contents, external links, and any other formats. The multimedia resources will use the most common formats (gif, jpeg, png, avi, mpg, mp4, doc, txt, odt,…), so integration and reuse difficulties are not foreseen. Transcoding may be used wherever necessary.
Descriptive metadata containing semantic characterizations for every resource will rely on MPEG-7 standard vocabularies as far as possible.
Original data provided by the museum will be reused to build the stories. In addition to the resources provided by the venue itself, some other material will be linked from open online sites like Wikipedia, Wikimedia, etc. It is foreseen to include short clips (always respecting copyright laws and up to 30 seconds long) from Greek music, ancient to traditional and modern, as well as world music.
Title: Pilot 3 Game Scenarios
Description: This dataset will contain information about the content available in the game scenarios developed by CROSSCULT social sciences experts for the users participating in the experiments of pilot 3. It will include details of the questions and answers provided to the users within the quizzes presented as part of pilot 3, pre-visit experience.
No elaborated data following the same structure will be reused. All the dataset resources will be extracted from the contents involved in the composition of the pilot 3 games, be in the form of XML files.
As all the information will be in the form of XML files, no significant amount of information will be stored. The estimation is around several Kbytes by game
Title: Pilot 3 visitor interactions and staff observations
Description: This dataset will include the contributions of participants during the experiments. The information (linked to the corresponding profiles from the CROSSCULT-DS-pilot_3_Visitor_Profiles dataset) will comprise records of individual/collective interactions, plus observations from the guiding staff of the venues (e.g. about the mood of the participants, amount of idle time, reception of the micro-augmentations, etc.).
The format of the data will be XML files structuring the different kind of contributions and contributors in every stage of the user experience.
The information of this dataset will be provided by the participants in the proposed experiences. No reuse of additional information is foreseen, as this information cannot be enhanced by any external contribution.
Title: Pilot 3 interview transcripts
Description: This dataset provides the user responses to the interviews that will be performed during the evaluation phase of the project and will be designed around the unified theory of user’s acceptance of technology.
A simple Dublin core set of metadata will be used to describe the dataset.
It will be created during the pilot 3 tests in order to understand how users accept and perceive the concept. No reuse of additional information is foreseen, as this information cannot be enhanced by any external contribution.
The information volume that will be stored is quite small, several Kbytes for each participant at the most, yielding up to a few Mbytes per experimentation session.
The dataset could be used by any interested researchers. It is expected that the dataset can contribute to an understanding of the users’ acceptance of the CROSSCULT technology and to an article based on this study. It will also inform the evaluation framework.