Graphic symbols i.e. graphic entities drawn as a visual unit in a written text and representing something other or something more than a word of that text are the research object of the NOTAE project, which investigates them in the documentary practice of the late Roman State and Post-Roman Kingdoms (400-800 AD). While research results from the project are stored by filling forms resulting from the analysis of ancient documents, we argue that the availability of a navigable knowledge graph can ease the work of researchers at finding non trivial implications in data. In this paper, we propose a first version of the NOTAE Knowledge Graph, and we outline future works and possible synergies.
2021, IRCDL 2021. Italian Research Conference on Digital Libraries. Proceedings of the 17th Italian Research Conference on Digital Libraries (IRCDL 2021), Pages 147-154 (volume: 2816)
Exploring the Historical Context of Graphic Symbols: the NOTAE Knowledge Graph and its Visual Interface (04b Atto di convegno in volume)
Bernasconi Eleonora, Boccuzzi Maria, Catarci Tiziana, Ceriani Miguel, Ghignoli Antonella, Leotta Francesco, Mecella Massimo, Monte Anna, Sietis Nina, Veneruso Silvestro, Ziran Zahra.
Gruppo di ricerca: Data Management and Semantic Technologies