publication . External research report . Conference object . 2011

a qualitative study

Uma Murthy; Lin Tzy Li; Eric Hallerman; Edward A. Fox; Manuel A. Perez-Quinones; Lois M. Delcambre; Ricardo da S. Torres;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Mar 2011
  • Publisher: Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Many scholarly tasks involve working with subdocuments, or contextualized fine-grain information, i.e., with information that is part of some larger unit. A digital library (DL) facil- itates management, access, retrieval, and use of collections of data and metadata through services. However, most DLs do not provide infrastructure or services to support working with subdocuments. Superimposed information (SI) refers to new information that is created to reference subdocu- ments in existing information resources. We combine this idea of SI with traditional DL services, to define and develop a DL with SI (SI-DL). We explored the use of subimages and evaluated the ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Human-computer interaction, Multimedia & hypertext, Information retrieval, Digital libraries, Technical report, World Wide Web, Computer science, Qualitative research, Metadata, Species identification, Digital library
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publication . External research report . Conference object . 2011

a qualitative study

Uma Murthy; Lin Tzy Li; Eric Hallerman; Edward A. Fox; Manuel A. Perez-Quinones; Lois M. Delcambre; Ricardo da S. Torres;