Author: Zdeněk Uhlíř, National Library of Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Heterogeneity was considered rather a drawback and error in the previous thought and information environment. The consequence was the too hard semantic reduction very impropriate to the work with the historical materials. The idea of heterogeneity enables information environment to be more structured from the technical point of view and gradually developed from the content one. Therefore it should be evolved more strongly.
Member (1990), deputy head (1992) and head (2004) of the Department of manuscripts and early printed books at the National Library of the Czech Republic. He is interested in the digitization of historical holdings and theoretical and methodological issues as well. Author of the book "The theory and methodology of the electronic-digital processing of manuscripts and the hybrid library" (2002).
Author: Giuliana De Francesco, Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities, Italy
Author: Stanislav Psohlavec, AiP Beroun s.r.o., Czech Republic
Author: Aigner Thomas, Institute for the Research on Ecclesiastical Sources (IEEkQ) / St. Pölten Diocese Archives, Austria
Co-author: Karl Heinz, Institute for the Research on Ecclesiastical Sources (IEEkQ)
Author: Nikola Ikonomov, Institute for Bulgarian Language, Bulgaria
Co-author: Milena Dobreva
Author: Nerute Kligiene, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Lithuania
Co-author: Rima Ciceniene, Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences
Author: Ruth Hedegaard, Vendsyssel historical Museum, Historical Archives, Denmark