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An evolving museum metaphor applied to cultural heritage for personalized content delivery

  • Landy RajaonarivoEmail author
  • Eric Maisel
  • Pierre De Loor
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Abstract

The aim of this article concerns adaptive and personalized navigation in a cultural heritage database. The theoretical grounding of the proposition relies on cognitive science, particularly constructivism and enaction. The navigation is conducted via an intelligent interface through a 3D “living” museum metaphor. The purpose of this interface is to recommend dynamic cultural heritage objects according to a user profile that is computed online from the interactions that a user has with these objects. To this end, objects are linked to semantic structures that represent relations between cultural heritage concepts. The user profile is described in terms of cultural heritage interests. A prototype of this principle is used to evaluate some of the basic hypotheses of this proposition.

Keywords

Visual metaphor Real-time adaptation Profiling techniques Personalized database exploration Virtual museum 

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Acknowledgements

This work was funded by the ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche), Antimoine Project.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Lab-STICCLorientFrance

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