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    • Digital Curation and E-Publishing: Libraries Make the Connection 

      Choudhury, Sayeed; Ray, Joyce; Furlough, Mike (Charleston Conference, 2009)
      This paper addresses issues in digital curation, which is the management of digital assets throughout their life cycle for maximum interoperability, discovery, preservation and re-use. The experiences of two institutions—Johns ...
    • Digital Data Preservation for Scholarly Publications in Astronomy 

      Plante, Ray; Ehling, Teresa; Milkey, Robert; Steffen, Julie; Hanisch, Robert; Vishniac, Ethan; Szalay, Alex; DiLauro, Tim; Choudhury, Sayeed (UKOLN, Digital Curation Centre, 2007-11)
      Astronomy is similar to other scientific disciplines in that scholarly publication relies on the presentation and interpretation of data. But although astronomy now has archives for its primary research telescopes and ...
    • Digital Data Preservation for Scholarly Publications in Astronomy 

      Plante, Ray; Ehling, Teresa; Milkey, Robert; Steffen, Julie; Hanisch, Robert; Vishniac, Ethan; Szalay, Alex; DiLauro, Tim; Choudhury, G. Sayeed (International Journal of Digital Curation, 2007-11)
      Astronomy is similar to other scientific disciplines in that scholarly publication relies on the presentation and interpretation of data. But although astronomy now has archives for its primary research telescopes and ...
    • Digital Workflow Management: The Lester S. Levy Digitized Collection of Sheet Music 

      Harrington, Brian; Warner, James W.; Brown, Elizabeth W.; DiLauro, Tim; Fujinaga, Ichiro; Requardt, Cynthia; Choudhury, G. Sayeed (First Monday, 2000-06)
      This paper describes the development of a set of workflow management tools (WMS) that will reduce the manual input necessary to manage the workflow of large-scale digitization projects. The WMS will also support the path ...
    • Document Recognition for a Million Books 

      DiLauro, Tim; Droettboom, Michael; Fujinaga, Ichiro; Ferguson, Robert; Choudhury, G. Sayeed (D-Lib Magazine, 2006-03)
    • Doesn't Work 

      Cyzyk, Mark (Information Technology and Libraries, 2012-06)
    • Emerging Tools for Evaluating Digital Library Services: Conceptual Adaptations of LibQUAL+ and CAPM 

      Lorie, Mark; Kyrillidou, Martha; Flores, Nicholas; Choudhury, G. Sayeed; Webster, Duane; Heath, Fred; Hobbs, Ben (Journal of Digital Information, 2003-06-09)
      The paper describes ways to examine how digital libraries are valued by their users, and explores ways of permitting the allocation of resources to areas of user-identified need. Pertinent models from marketing, economics, ...
    • An Enhanced Robotic Library System for an Off-Site Shelving Facility 

      Suthakorn, Jackrit; Lee, Sangyoon; Zhou, Yu; Choudhury, Sayeed; Chirikjian, Gregory (Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Field and Service Robotics, 2003)
      This paper describes our continued work of a unique robotics project, Comprehensive Access to Printed Materials (CAPM), within the context of libraries. As libraries provide a growing array of digital library services and ...
    • Enhancing access to the levy sheet music collection: reconstructing full-text lyrics from syllables 

      Wingenroth, Brian; Patton, Mark; DiLauro, Tim (Proceedings of the 2nd ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries :308-309, 2002)
      The goal of the Lester S. Levy Sheet Music Collection, Phase Two project is to develop tools, processes, and systems that facilitate collection ingestion through automated processes that reduce, but not necessarily eliminate ...
    • Experiences from the Field: Choosing a Discovery Tool for YOUR Unique Library 

      Castaldo, Jennifer; Dulaney, Christine Korytnyk; Klingler, Tom; Rossmann, Doralyn; Wrubel, Laura (Purdue University Press, 2011-12)
      Our users want an easier way to search library resources and currently there are many discovery tools available, which can seem daunting. How do you know which one will work for your unique library? Librarians from different ...
    • Expressive and efficient retrieval of symbolic musical data 

      DiLauro, Tim; Choudhury, G. Sayeed; Warner, James; Patton, Mark; MacMillan, Karl; Fujinaga, Ichiro; Droettboom, Michael (Proceedings of the International Symposium on Music Information Retrieval, 2001-10)
      The ideal content-based musical search engine for large corpora must be both expressive enough to meet the needs of a diverse user base and efficient enough to perform queries in a reasonable amount of time. In this paper, ...
    • Faculty Can't Spare The Class Time? 

      Hagar, Erin; Stich, Steven; Bernet, Kristin; Morris, Sharon; McGurty, Eileen; Vaidyanathan, Chella (2012)
      Ever heard the lament from faculty “We would love our students to do better research but we can’t spare the class time?” The objective of this poster session is to share the analysis of the challenges, successes and lessons ...
    • A Framework for Evaluating Digital Library Services 

      Lorie, Mark; Hobbs, Benjamin; Flores, Nicholas; Choudhury, G. Sayeed (D-Lib Magazine, 2002-07)
      This article provides an overview of evaluation studies for libraries, a brief introduction to the CAPM Project, a description of the theoretical background for the CAPM methodology and, finally, a discussion of the ...
    • The Gamera framework for building custom recognition systems 

      Droettboom, Michael; Macmillan, Karl; Fujinaga, Ichiro (2003)
      This paper describes the Gamera framework for building custom document recognition systems. This open-source system is designed to support the test-and-refine development cycle: an important style for developing recognition ...
    • Gamera: A Python-based Toolkit for Structured Document Recognition 

      Macmillan, Karl; Droettboom, Michael; Fujinaga, Ichiro (2001)
      This paper presents Gamera, a new toolkit for the creation of domain-specific structured document recognition applications by domain experts with limited programming experience. The goal of the Gamera system is to leverage ...
    • Gamera: A Structured Document Recognition Application Development Environment 

      MacMillan, Karl; Droettboom, Michael; Fujinaga, Ichiro (2001)
      This paper presents a new toolkit for the creation of customized structured document recognition applications by domain experts. This open-source system, called Gamera, allows a user, with particular knowledge of the ...
    • Hamartia, Akrasia, Ignorance, and Blame in Aristotle's Philosophy 

      Cyzyk, Mark (Kinesis: Graduate Journal in Philosophy, 1990)
    • HERMES: The Hopkins Electronic Resource Management System 

      Cyzyk, Mark; Robertson, Nathan D. M. (Information Technology and Libraries, 2003-03)
      This article describes a project undertaken by the Johns Hopkins University libraries to develop a systemwide, Web-based application to facilitate the selection, procurement, implementation, and management of electronic ...
    • The Hidden Renaissance Planning Meeting: Summary Notes and Transcript 

      Havens, Earle (2014-03)
      In August 2014, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded the Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University a $39,000 Planning Grant to explore the creation of a pilot digital humanities project dealing with heavily annotated ...
    • India Does Not Exist 

      Cyzyk, Mark (Information Technology and Libraries, 2013-06)