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Title: The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative


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  • The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative
  • (ECAI)
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • Berkeley, CA 94720
  • http//ecai.org
  • Lewis R. Lancaster, Director
  • Michael Buckland, Co-Director

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Ways of Seeing The Electronic Cultural Atlas
Initiative As A Digital Museum for Cultural Data
Caverlee Cary, Associate Director, ECAI David
Blundell, National Taiwan University Brian
Zottoli, University of Michigan with
contributions made by Jeanette Zerneke, Ruth
Mostern, Kim Carl, and Kevin Mickey Phuket,
January 23, 2002
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The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative
  • Creating a Distributed Digital Library of
    Networked Research Projects
  • Developing an Infrastructure for Interoperability
    of Datasets
  • Visualizing Cultural Data from contributors
    around the world working in a range of
    disciplines on a map-based interface

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ECAI A Digital Museum of Cultural Data
  • Inviting contributions of datasets
  • Preservation of data
  • Persistent access to data
  • Encouraging the development and enhancement of
    data
  • Supporting research
  • Visualizing data for display

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ECAI A Digital Meta-Museum of Cultural Data
  • A collection of projects digitally preserving and
    making available for study a range of cultural
    materials

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ECAI A Global Collection of Digital Exhibitions
  • Digital collections of art historical materials,
    such as the Huntington Archive of Buddhist and
    related art

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What is ECAI?
  • A consortium of over 700 humanities scholars, IT
    researchers and heritage managers from around the
    world
  • A globally distributed museum of interoperable
    spatial data with a time-enabled GIS interface.
  • A coordinating body for selected research and
    development projects intended to enhance ECAIs
    ability to support cultural data sharing.
    Targeted priorities include gazetteers, temporal
    GIS, spatial data in the humanities, digital
    library networking, and electronic publication
  • A publisher of humanities scholarship utilizing
    new technologies
  • An editorial body for reviewing and classifying
    humanities and historical spatial
    data
  • An institution to train and disseminate these
    methodologies to humanities scholars, heritage
    managers, IT researchers and students

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ECAI Organizational Structure
  • Technical Teams
  • Collaborative groups of scholars and technicians
    working to define the architecture and tools
    required to develop ECAI.
  • Regional Teams
  • Comprised of scholars whose work concerns a
    particular world area.
  • Regional team editors foster the creation of
    strategic or base data sets such as historical
    boundaries, linguistic maps, gazetteers, or
    satellite imagery for their region.
  • Thematic Teams
  • Thematic teams are comprised of ECAI affiliates
    that share particular thematic interests.
  • Team members may study diverse regions or work in
    different academic fields.

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ECAI Technology
  • ECAI relies on two key technologies
  • The ECAI Metadata Clearinghouse
  • TimeMap suite of software A set of tools to
    create and display spatial and temporal data

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ECAI Metadata Clearinghouse System
4. See it mapped
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METADATA is central to ECAI
  • DESCRIPTIVE metadata
  • FUNCTIONAL metadata

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ECAI Metadata Clearinghouse System
  • Standards for resource identification and
    retrieval
  • dc. Dublin Core Descriptive Metadata
  • Search and retrieval
  • ECAI. ECAI Administrative Metadata
  • Record keeping, evaluation, team affiliation
  • TM. TimeMap Functional Metadata
  • Locate and Display in the Time / Place interface
  • Distributed Resources
  • In which the clearinghouse is a catalog of
    distributed resources that are accessed through
    the spatio-temporal browser by users wherever
    they may be. 

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ECAI IT Architecture
  • ECAI Metadata Clearinghouse
  • ECAI Archives
  • Local and Distributed Data Servers
  • Project Development Tools
  • Spatio-temporal Search Tools and Browsers
  • ECAI Web site

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TimeMap Software Components
  • TimeMap Viewer (TMView, TMV)
  • Integrate local and remote TimeMap datasets
  • Control map cartography
  • Uses metadata to time-enable the map producing
    complex, interactive visualisation of data over
    time and space

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TimeMap Software Components
  • TimeMap is actually a set of three key
    applications.
  • TimeMap Editor (TMEdit, TME)
  • Metadata creation tool used to generate, export
    and import information about datasets.
  • Metadata serves as a reference to dataset content
    and allows a dataset to be displayed in TMView

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TimeMap Software Components
  • TimeMap GeoRegistration (TMGeoReg, TMG)
  • Quickly and easily generate geographic coordinate
    information about raster ('bitmap') datasets.
  • Images in both the .jpg and the .sid format can
    be registered in TMGeoReg, which then generates
    metadata for integration into TMEdit.

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Resource Linking
  • One of the essential functions of TimeMap is the
    linking of objects on a time-filtered map to
    local or web-based resources.
  • Resources may be web pages, images, video,
    databases, spreadsheets or complete multimedia
    presentations

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ECAI indexes data by
  • PLACE
  • TIME

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Showing Change Over Time
German Shrines 702 - 957 AD
German Shrines 963 - 1231 AD
German Shrines 1272 - 1570 AD
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Components of ECAI Projects
  • Metadata
  • Spatial information
  • Temporal Information
  • Maps
  • Internet Accessible Digital Resources
  • images, text, statistics, sound, and videos
  • Connections from Maps to Resources
  • Attribute display and web resource linking
  • Cartography
  • Controlling map layer display range, icon color
    and shape, time range
  • Documentation

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ECAI Project Austronesian Linguistics
  • ECAI Affiliated Project The Austronesian
    Linguistic Mapping Project
  • Editor David Blundell, National Taiwan
    University
  • Technical Directors Eric Yen, Academia Sinica,
    and Jeanette Zerneke, UC Berkeley

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ECAI Training
  • Two week-long training programs and one
    introductory workshop have been held for
    development of ECAI-compatible projects
  • November, 2001 Indianapolis, Indiana A
    training session for collaborators working with
    major projects or data collections
  • September 2001, Berkeley, California A pilot
    training session for close collaborators
  • January 2002, Hue, Vietnam A workshop conducted
    by ECAI TimeMap software and Metadata
    Clearinghouse developer Ian Johnson for
    representatives of Vietnam cultural heritage site
    management teams.

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ECAI Training in Southeast Asia
  • Two further training opportunities in Southeast
    Asia have been proposed for 2002-2003
  • Sukhothai, Thailand A UNESCO collaboration to
    introduce GIS and ECAI time-enabled GIS viewer
    TimeMap for use in cultural heritage site
    management
  • Siem Reap, Cambodia A collaboration with
    APSARA, the Center for Khmer Studies, and the
    University of California, Berkeley to digitize
    and geo-reference Southeast Asian inscriptions
    and rubbings
  • Hue, Vietnam A regional workshop for Southeast
    Asian scholars and specialists, in collaboration
    with UNESCO

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ECAI Project Technology Brian Zottoli
  • ECAI Proposed Affiliated Project The Art and
    Culture of Champa
  • Editor Truong Ky Phuong, former curator of the
    Danang Museum of Cham art
  • Technical Director and Content Developer Brian
    Zottoli, University of Michigan
  • Technical Consultant Lawrence Crissman, Griffith
    University

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ECAI Conferences
  • Seoul, Korea, May 21-24 Cultural Heritage and
    New Technologies (Sponsors Ministry of
    Culture, Korea and Seoul National University)
  • Shimane, Japan, September 15-18 Digital Data
    Sharing for International and Area Studies
    conference and ECAI Technical Development Work
    Sessions (Sponsor University of Shimane)
  • Osaka, Japan, September 20-23 PNC Annual
    Conference and Joint Meetings with the Electronic
    Cultural Atlas Initiative, Electronic Buddhist
    Text Initiative, and IPSJ Humanities Computing
    Group (Sponsors Pacific Neighborhood Consortium
    and Osaka City University)

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ECAI Southeast Asia Conference
  • October, 2003 Annual full communitty ECAI
    meeting at the PNC Annual Conference and Joint
    Meetings in Bangkok, Thailand, hosted by NECTEC
    An opportunity to feature work done by Southeast
    Asian affiliates and institutions

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  • ECAI welcomes participation from interested
    individuals and institutions that
  • have data to share in a digital environment
  • would like to create a digital exhibition of
    cultural materials
  • technical expertise
  • wish to explore the use of the ECAI
    infrastucture in support of their professional
    activities
  • would like to participate in upcoming
    conference programs
  • would like to host ECAI TimeMap software
    training programs

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For Further Information
  • Visit our website, ecai.org
  • Email ecai_at_socrates.berkeley.edu
  • Contact Caverlee Cary (cari_at_uclink4.berkeley.edu)

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