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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper describes several incunabular assumptions that impose upon early digital libraries the limitations drawn from print, and argues for a design strategy aimed at providing customization and personalization services that go beyond the limiting models of print distribution, based on services and experiments developed for the Greco-Roman collections in the Perseus Digital Library. Three features fundamentally characterize a successful digital library design: finer granularity of collectiondoi:10.1007/11863878_30 fatcat:ey6sw54r6rhbfh3pvqssrr2epy