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This edition has benefited from thorough reviews by Note to the Reader We very much appreciate any thoughts, suggestions, or corrections you might have on our book. ... We plan to revise the book relatively often and will make sure to acknowledge explicitly any input that can help us improve its usefulness and accuracy. ... If we assume the Web to contain 100 billion documents, with an average document size of 4 kB (after compression), the haystack is about 400 TB. ...doi:10.2200/s00516ed2v01y201306cac024 fatcat:435o455inbcmrakl6l7jp4gope
Managing gigabytes: compressing and indexing documents and images. Second edition. Morgan Kaufmann, San Francisco, CA. Wu, Dekai. 1998. A position statement on Chinese segmentation. ... USeg: A retargetable word segmentation procedure for information retrieval Presented at the Symposium on Document Analysis and Information Retrieval ‘96 (SDAIR). ...
Witten, lan H., Alstair Moffat, and Timothy C. Bell. 1999. Managing Gigabytes: Compressing and Indexing Documents and Images. Morgan Kaufmann Publishing, San Francisco, CA, second edition. ... Ravichandran, Deepak, Patrick Pantel, and Eduard Hovy. 2005. Randomized algorithms and NLP: Using locality sensitive hash function for high speed noun clustering. ...
., MOFFAT, A.and BELL, T.C. (1994): Managing Gigabytes, Compressing and Indexing Documents and Images, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 429pp., $114.95 (hardcover). ... Be STL A al a BN ES improved second edition. The subject matter deserves a somewhat better presentation. ...
handling it, and turning the pages, librarians should use either method as they can manage, expecting to convert to digital form over t next decade. ... (SD) * Reproductions supplied by EDRS are tr.e best that can be m '.e * * from the original document. ... Editing texts for later publication also needs ASCII rather than image storage. ...doi:10.1515/mfir.19184.108.40.206 fatcat:uposzep5knffjntorgwkujfspy
IBM Systems Journal
Managing Gigabytes: Compressing and Indexing Documents and Images, Ian H. Witten, Alistair Moffat, and Timothy C. Bell, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1994. 429 pp. (ISBN 0-442- 01863-0). ... It is expected that large document databases in general may con- tain more than coded text, so subsequent chapters cover image compression, textual images (such as scanned original documents), mixed text ...doi:10.1147/sj.342.0323 fatcat:xklxntpvgvddxh6e5w4lvm673q
It explains how to generate multimedia galleries and link them within textual documents, to help restore the intuitive relationships between image, sound, and word that earlier technological limitations ... This article lays out the "Web site model" for integrating digital images, audio, and other media files into unified field note documents through the use of a Web page editor. ... Almost all image managers use a gallery or thumbnail table to display images and allow the user to select them for further operations such as editing, keywording, moving, or e-mailing (large, up-to-date ...doi:10.1177/1525822x03262664 fatcat:huny3hzshjfjvp7ss3h5llqoae
The methodology followed involves online survey and study of related software documentation and associated technical manuals. ... This paper presents a study of three open source digital library management software used to assimilate and disseminate information to world audience. ... Submissions to achieve can be easily managed by the user, and also editing, updating, and removal of documents is possible after submission (although the administrator can limit these functions). ...doi:10.5120/9629-4272 fatcat:j6uwhau3o5eklakzqnejcb7gte
The development of a family of new index representations has led to a wide range of innovations in index storage, index construction, and query evaluation. ... We conclude with a comprehensive bibliography of text indexing literature. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the many collaborators, assistants, and students who have contributed to our work on indexing. ...doi:10.1145/1132956.1132959 fatcat:u56re4tqtfg6zcpyfnzl5ne57m
The user can animate images as an aid to visualization and can append multicolored labels and text notes to identified structures during data analysis. ... A computer-based system is described that permits the analysis and archiving of 3D image data taken over time. ... Executable code and associated documentation can be obtained from the NIH Image World Wide Web site, http://rsb.info.nih. gov/nih-image/. 13. ...doi:10.1126/science.273.5275.603 pmid:8662545 fatcat:t5bzymsfvvc6hdm2eu62aesbhq
Defining the Global Information Infrastructure: Infrastructure, Systems, and Services: A Critical Review
, digital video editing and information retrieval. ... This paper addresses issues in the development of multimedia documents, ranging from user-interface tools that manipulate multimedia documents to multimedia communication technologies such as compression ... Many people have contributed to the ideas and work presented here. Special thanks go to Donald Johnson, P. Takis Metaxas, Jun Zhang, Peter Gloor, Qin Zhang, and Grammati Pantziou. ...doi:10.1117/12.192187 fatcat:gnsls5fzaralxls6f55xyj3v2e
Numerous software programmes have been proposed to construct, edit, modify and visualize city models, but visualisation in a web browser is still challenging. ... CityGML is a recent standard developed to describe, store and exchange virtual city models. ... In the upper left-hand image, no texture is loaded. In the second image, upper right, a low resolution texture is provided. ...doi:10.1145/2775292.2775302 dblp:conf/vrml/GaillardVBPPG15 fatcat:w3tac4adhbe5xl2pyaldrkl6xi
The success of a 24x7 electronic reserves service requires a well configured and robustly managed system. ... Areas covered include selecting an adequate server and scanner; proper server management; reducing PDF file size using various Acrobat 6 features; and interoperability between ERes and other systems. ... "Searchable Image Compact" lets you further reduce the scanned image file size through a compression technique, such as JPEG for color images and ZIP for black and white, to the foreground image. ...doi:10.1300/j474v15n01_03 fatcat:iimrwbbwm5bjjpbfihmx2syrku
Managing Gigabytes: Compressing and Indexing Documents and Images. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1994. p. 254-294.  XIFF. EXtended Image File Format, version 3.0. Draft. ... In addition to the document images themselves, the embedding of DigiPaper in XIFF allows non-visible data to be encoded in the file, such as text labels to support searching and indexing, annotations, ...doi:10.1045/january2000-moll fatcat:whseyoedozcv7nd6b5rxck5bqq
Simple semantics and ease-of-use make wiki systems well suited for meeting many emerging region needs in the areas of education, collaboration and local content generation. ... The DTWiki system is able to cope with long-lasting partitions and bad connectivity while providing the functionality of popular wiki software such as MediaWiki and TWiki. ... Second, the wiki model satisfies many organizational needs for collaboration and document sharing. ...doi:10.1145/1367497.1367624 dblp:conf/www/DuB08 fatcat:d3ojft2tubhmpfzl3n6soma4he
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