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    • Kant's Refutations of Idealism: Their Meaning and Function in The Critique of Pure Reason 

      Cyzyk, Mark (Howard University Student Philosophy Journal, 1986)
    • Lessons from the Institute for Data Intensive Science and Engineering 

      Choudhury, Sayeed (2008-11)
      Johns Hopkins University (JHU) has launched an Institute for Data Intensive Science and Engineering (IDIES) that serves as a coordinating entity for the various eResearch activities within the University. JHU has established ...
    • Making the Connection: Conducting Virtual Focus Groups with Distance Adult Learners 

      Patterson, Christine; Castaldo, Jennifer (2011-03-31)
      How do you reach an online population to get insight when you don’t have opportunities to communicate with your users in person? Assessing library services at a distance holds unique challenges in gathering data needed ...
    • The missing piece: Outreach to college/university staff members 

      Hill, Jennifer C. (The Journal of Creative Library Practice, 2013-06-18)
      Many academic library mission statements include the phrase, “students, faculty, and staff” when referencing the populations that they serve, but how active are we really at reaching out to non-library staff members at our ...
    • An OAI-ORE Aggregation for the National Virtual Observatory 

      Choudhury, Sayeed; DiLauro, Tim; Reynolds, David (2008-04-07)
    • Optical music interpretation 

      Droettboom, Michael; Fujinaga, Ichiro; MacMillan, Karl (Proceedings of the Joint IAPR International Workshop on Structural, Syntactic, and Statistical Pattern Recognition, 2003)
      A system to convert digitized sheet music into a symbolic music representation is presented. A pragmatic approach is used that conceptualizes this primarily two-dimensional structural recognition problem as a one-dimensional ...
    • Optical Music Recognition System within a Large-Scale Digitization Project 

      Fujinaga, Ichiro; Choudhury, G. Sayeed; DiLauro, Tim; Droettboom, Michael; MacMillan, Karl; Harrington, Brian (International Symposium/Conference on Music Information Retrieval, 2000-10)
      An adaptive optical music recognition system is being developed as part of an experiment in creating a comprehensive framework of tools to manage the workflow of large scale digitization projects. This framework will support ...
    • Project StORe: Astronomy Report 

      Stewart, Rowena; Hanisch, Robert; Choudhury, Sayeed (2006)
      In many ways, digital astronomy is at the forefront of issues related to data curation, given the existing experience with generating large amounts of data in raw form, and significant quantities of derived data in processed ...
    • Publishing Opportunities: Open Access and Institutional Repositories 

      Sinn, Robin; Reynolds, David; Cyzyk, Mark (2009-10-23)
      PowerPoint presentation from a Sheridan Libraries/JHU Press workshop entitled "Publishing Opportunities for Graduate Students and New Faculty"
    • Recursive Custom Tags 

      Cyzyk, Mark (ColdFusion Developer's Journal, 2000-10)
    • Repository Metadata: Approaches and Challenges 

      Reynolds, David; Chapman, John W.; Shreeves, Sarah (Routledge, 2009)
      Many institutional repositories have pursued a mixed metadata environment, relying on description by multiple workflows. Strategies may include metadata converted from other systems, metadata elicited from the document ...
    • A Robotic Library System for an Off-Site Shelving Facility 

      Suthakorn, Jackrit; Lee, Sangyoon; Zhou, Yu; Thomas, Rory; Choudhury, Sayeed; Chirikjian, Gregory (Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 4:3589-3594, 2002)
      This paper describes 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 resources, they ...
    • Roman de la Rose: Communication and Outreach Plan 

      Merlier-Rowen, Sylvie (2011-07-25)
      The Roman de la Rose Digital Library (the Rose) is a joint project between the Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins University and the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) in Paris. The project began in 1996 with the ...
    • Scholarly Metrics 

      Sinn, Robin; Cyzyk, Mark; Akbar-Williams, Tahirah (2013-05-09)
      Slides from "Scholarly Metrics," a presentation given by Tahirah Akbar-Willams, Mark Cyzyk, and Robin Sinn at the joint Maryland Library Association/Delaware Library Association Conference in Ocean City, Maryland, May 9, 2013
    • Script Junkie: ColdFusion Markup Language 

      Cyzyk, Mark (Web Techniques, 2000-08)
    • Stop Saying No, Start Empowering Copyright Role Models 

      Hall, Renee; Disclafani, Carrie Bertling (2012-04-13)
      Shed the librarian stereotype of copyright whistleblower! Turn fearful faculty members into empowered copyright role models. When a copyright policy or department does not exist, apply our three step process for shifting ...
    • Strike Up the Score: Deriving Searchable and Playable Digital Formats from Sheet Music 

      MacMillan, Karl; Fujinaga, Ichiro; Droettboom, Michael; DiLauro, Tim; Choudhury, G. Sayeed (D-Lib Magazine, 2001-02)
    • A Survey and Evaluation of Open-Source Electronic Publishing Systems 

      Cyzyk, Mark; Choudhury, Sayeed (2008-04-28)
      This study provides both a survey and evaluation of open-source electronic publishing systems. The systems under consideration include: DPubS; GNU EPrints; Hyperjournal; Open Journal System; Connexions/Rhaptos; DiVA; and Topaz.
    • Symbol Level Groundtruthing Environment in OMR 

      Droettboom, Michael; Fujinaga, Ichiro (Proceedings of the 5th ISMIR Conference, 2004)
      A simple framework for evaluating OMR at the symbol level is presented. While a true evaluation of an OMR system requires a high-level analysis, the automation of which is a largely unsolved problem, many high-level ...
    • Tag Libraries as Fifth Generation Languages 

      Cyzyk, Mark (The Open Information Systems Journal, 2008-04-03)
      This essay weighs the notion that Web-based tag libraries represent the fifth generation of computer languages. A brief survey of the history of computer languages is provided as is an indication of why it is useful to ...