Research Infrastructure for Digital Humanities

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Research in Digital Humanities often produces knowledge about historical facts. In the past the scholarly process of gaining and producing knowledge evolved around libraries. Today research output is published as HTML pages, or stored in some kind of database, but does not get integrated with given knowledge, or other projects.  

From the beginning on, we contributed to an iniative that is destined to tackle the problem and provide a sophisticated technical solution around a knowledge graph based on semantic web technologies. 

Shareholders: Max Planck Institutes in Berlin, Rome, Florence, Villa Tatti (a Harvard Institute), ETH Zurich.