Archaeological and historical-artistic studies, together with correlated multidisciplinary research, regardless of the language of writing or technical terminology, find a natural connection between them in the topographical positioning. Studying a monument or area from an archaeological and historical-artistic point of view cannot be separated from a long search for the material published in specialized libraries. SCIBA aims to drastically reduce search times and provide an instant overview of particular themes through knowledge extraction from reference texts and the visualization of the concerned cartography. With a simplified user experience, the user will be able to identify the area, location, archaeological site or single monument of interest, exactly as already used to do with contemporary navigation systems, and in addition will be able to view in real-time all the related bibliography and to navigate the key concepts in a knowledge graph.
SCIBA - A Prototype of the Computerized Cartographic System of an Archaeological Bibliography / Bernasconi, Eleonora; Boccuccia, Paolo; Fabbri, Marco; Francescangeli, Alessia; Marcucci, Roberto; Mecella, Massimo; Medri, Maura; Morvillo, Alberto; Pisani, Marcella; Tondi, Emiliano. - 3144:(2022), pp. 1-6. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Joint Proceedings of RCIS 2022 Workshops and Research Projects Track, co-located with the 16th International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS 2022) Barcelona, Spain, May 17-20, 2022. tenutosi a Barcelona (Spain).