List of all accepted papers (sorted by name)

Presentation of Cultural Heritage : Integration - Aggregation - Contextualisation
Session coordinator: Zdeněk Uhlíř,  National Library of the Czech Republic
Where: 25. 5. 2004, 14:00 - 17:00, Auditorium D

Manuscriptorium - New Research Environment for the Sphere of Historical Book Resources

Author: Stanislav Psohlavec,  AiP Beroun, Czech Republic


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The Manuscriptorium database contains records of digitized manuscripts and rare printed books that have been imported from various resources on library collections of historic value and created under the VISK projects. Data imports from XML structure adopted in the international project of MASTER and general text formats based on UNIMARC should be also mentioned. The Manuscriptorium database is a tool for interpretation of and making accessible to data which are independent of software and hardware items. The paper is focused on the initial phase of the project since its launching six months ago (i.e. experience searching, providing data to library systems, developing relevant tools etc.).

About the author

Long-term collaboration with the Czech National Library in the Memoriae Mundi Series Bohemica programme, digitizing of manuscripts and old books, Czech national bibliography. Managing Director of AiP Beroun s.r.o.

Other papers in this session:

On the Disappearance of the Library

Author: Torsten Schaßan, University of Cologne, Germany

Vision of Semantic Processing and Latest Trends

Author: Nerutė Kligienė, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Lithuania

Conceptual Framework of Virtual Research Environment

Author: Zdeněk Uhlíř, National Library of the Czech Republic

ACT - Computer Processing of Written Cultural Heritage Sources

Author: Kiril Ribarov, Charles University - Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, Czech Republic

Co-author: Jiří Bubník, Jiří Čelák, Vojtěch Janota, Alexandr Kára, Václav Novák, Tomáš Vondra, Matematicko-fyzikální fakulta UK

Digitazing Centre of Academy of Sciences CR

Author: Martin Lhoták, Library of Academy of Sciences CR, Czech Republic

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