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Cirilo client and archive in a box
Title:
Cirilo client and archive in a box
Year:
2017
Country:
AT🇦🇹
VCC(s):
VCC1
Type:
activity - software development
Description:

Cirilo is an application developed for content preservation and data curation in FEDORA-based repository systems. Content preservation and data curation include object creation and management, versioning, normalization and standards, and the choice of data formats. The client offers functionalities which are especially prone to be used as tools for mass operations on FEDORA objects, such as ingest or replacement processes. Cirilo uses a collection of predefined content models, which can be used without further adjustments for standard workflow scenarios like the management of collections of TEI objects. It encapsulates functions for the resolvement of place names or ontology concepts, thus semantically enriching resources in the digital archive. Various dissemination options can also be assigned with the client. New developments include for instance a spreadsheet transformation and aLIDO content model specifically designed for museum objects.

Contact person:
Johannes Stigler & Elisabeth Steiner
Academic url:
Object(s):
ArtifactsDigital HumanitiesResearchProjectsDataFileTextStandardsSoftware
Activity(ies):
CaptureDisseminationEnrichmentAnalysisStorageInterpretation
Technique(s):
Bit Stream Preservation > Storage-PreservationPreservation Metadata > Storage-PreservationMigration > Storage-PreservationMappingLinked open data > Enrichment-Annotation; Dissemination-PublishingGeoreferencing > Enrichment-AnnotationEncoding
Disciplines:
Archaeology and PrehistoryLiteratureLinguisticsArt and art historyHistory, Philosophy and Sociology of SciencesClassical studiesCultural heritage and museologyPhilosophyHistorySocial Anthropology and ethnology
Keywords:
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Creator:
Tanja Wissik (ÖAW) from AT🇦🇹
Created on:
2018-10-01 14:46:04
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on 2018-11-16 by Tanja Wissik (ÖAW) from AT🇦🇹
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