Xu TanWuhan University | WHU · College of Information Management
Also a guest PhD student at iInstitute(https://lnu.se/en/research/searchresearch/iinstitute/) of Linnaeus University, Se
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Xu Tan is a PhD student in the School of Information Management at WHU. Her research interests are in Knowledge Organization and Representation, Digital Humanities, and Cultural Computing, particularly in the ideas and technologies of linked data and knowledge graph to enhance the quality and discoverability of cultural heritage data. Her theoretical research has been put into practice, including the Dunhuang Grottoes Knowledge Graph and the Image Visual Display Platform of Cutural Heritage.
The potential of rich semantic contents in Cultural Heritage (CH) data has not been fully realized realised for Digital Humanities (DH) research. Barriers to effective access to and integration of digital resources have contributed to creating discrete data silos and insufficient exposure of the semantic conditions for contextualizing contextualisi...
Digital images of cultural heritage (CH) contain rich semantic information. However, today’s semantic representations of CH images fail to fully reveal the content entities and context within these vital surrogates. This paper draws on the fields of image research and digital humanities to propose a systematic methodology and a technical route for...
During the last decade in China, digital humanities (DH) has rapidly developed as a research area, attracting widening circles of inquiry and gaining prominence as an internationally recognized emerging discipline. In order to review the history and current status of DH scholarship in China, the research team conducted historical analysis and bibli...
This study employs a knowledge graph approach to realize the representation and association of information resources, promote the research, teaching, and dissemination of Dunhuang cultural heritage (CH). The Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes is a UNESCO world CH site, and digitization of Dunhuang CH has produced a large amount of information resources. Howev...
Dunhuang grottoes is an internationally recognized cultural heritage which locates on the ancient Silk Road, in Gansu province, China. The well-known Mogao caves there, which meets all 6 evaluation criteria for the World Cultural Heritage, has 492 caves and the total size of the murals reaches more than 45,000 square meters (Whitfield and Ōtsuka, 1...
Cultural heritage informatics (CHI) has aroused great interest from libraries, archives, and museums (LAMs) in recent years. As an international project, the organization of digital Dunhuang resources is of typical significance. This study aims to explore the current situation of digital resources in Dunhuang, and discuss the digital Dunhuang in su...