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Strike Up the Score: Deriving Searchable and Playable Digital Formats from Sheet Music
(D-Lib Magazine, 2001-02)
Automated Name Authority Control and Enhanced Searching in the Levy Collection
The mission of this second phase of the project ("Levy II") can be summarized as follows: * Reduce costs for large collection ingestion by creating a suite of open-source processes, tools, and interfaces for workflow ...
Using the Gamera framework for the recognition of cultural heritage materials
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 ...
Choice and Empowerment
(Campus Technology eLearning Dialogue, 2005-01-19)
Given the diversity of software now populating the eLearning environment, the authors pose the question whether end users, and IT managers, are better served by service-oriented architectures or fully integrated system ...
Enhancing access to the levy sheet music collection: reconstructing full-text lyrics from syllables
(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 ...
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)
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 ...