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Digital Data Preservation for Scholarly Publications in Astronomy
(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 ...
Expressive and efﬁcient retrieval of symbolic musical data
(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, ...
Toward a Metadata Generation Framework : A Case Study at Johns Hopkins University
(D-Lib Magazine, 2004-11)
A Framework for Evaluating Digital Library Services
(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 ...
Strike Up the Score: Deriving Searchable and Playable Digital Formats from Sheet Music
(D-Lib Magazine, 2001-02)
Digital Workflow Management: The Lester S. Levy Digitized Collection of Sheet Music
(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 ...
Emerging Tools for Evaluating Digital Library Services: Conceptual Adaptations of LibQUAL+ and CAPM
(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, ...
Optical Music Recognition System within a Large-Scale Digitization Project
(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 ...
Document Recognition for a Million Books
(D-Lib Magazine, 2006-03)
The Archive Ingest and Handling Test: The Johns Hopkins University Report
(D-Lib Magazine, 2005-12)