Veronica GAVRILĂ1, Lidia BĂJENARU1, Alexandru BALOG1, Mihaela TOMESCU1,
Ciprian DOBRE1, Eugen SIMION2
1 National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest
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2 „George Călinescu” Institute of Literary History and Theory, The Romanian Academy
Abstract: The digitization of the Romanian cultural heritage is a basic solution for the conservation of national cultural creations. The access to representative cultural works will be a real support for the continuity of the Romanian language and traditions, it will contribute to the education support in Romania and it will facilitate the access of future generations to this nation’s creations. In this sense, this paper presents the INTELLIT digital solution, a platform through which literary works, manuscripts, editions of a work, bibliographies, dictionaries of Romanian literature, chronology of Romanian literary life and many others are stored, analyzed, filtered and processed, allowing quick and easy access to materials related to the Romanian literary heritage for any type of user. The modular and complex architecture of the platform, the new technologies and methodologies that were the basis for the design and development of the platform, as well as examples of their implementation are presented in this paper. The INTELLIT platform will represent the basis of communication between the cultural field and the rest of the fields, both the humanities and the technical ones, providing a series of advanced, intelligent services for search and semantic analysis on Romanian literature.
Keywords: digital era, INTELLIT platform, literary heritage conservation, PWA, SPA, VueJS, NodeJS.
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Veronica GAVRILĂ, Lidia BĂJENARU, Alexandru BALOG, Mihaela TOMESCU, Ciprian DOBRE, Eugen SIMION, Intelligent system for the conservation and capitalization of the Romanian literary heritage: INTELLIT Platform, Romanian Journal of Information Technology and Automatic Control, ISSN 1220-1758, vol. 31(2), pp. 97-110, 2021. https://doi.org/10.33436/v31i2y202108