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On developing a simple in-house digital library archive

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On developing a simple in-house digital library archive
Digital libraries (DLs) have become a major focus of information technology resources for organizations from academia, to the US Department of Defense to the archeological efforts in Egypt. DLs have transitioned from theoretical exploration to support infrastructure development. The representation of multimedia streams that are both client-acceptable and compliant with digital rights models is currently in an “amoebic” stage; but promises to have a profound, if not extreme, influence on infrastructure development. This paper also describes our recent efforts towards digital archives of student portfolios, code-named Locutus. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.2.4 [Database Manager]: Management of heterogeneous formats – multimedia streaming, document representation. H.2.7 [Repository Manager]: Digital archive management – archive content, archive document transport. I.7.2 [XML]: Generic document markup – multimedia, document representation. General Terms Management, Docume...
Eric L. Brown, Luis G. Velazco, G. Kirksey, S. Ram
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Year 2005
Where ACMSE
Authors Eric L. Brown, Luis G. Velazco, G. Kirksey, S. Ramaswamy, M. Rogers
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