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    • Each Greater than the Sum of its Parts: Custom Aggregations of Fedora Digital Objects 

      Nugent, Jason; Whitney, Jennifer (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      Search and browse tools in digital repository applications provide a simple, intuitive interface for locating objects housed in a repository. Once found, however, the applications offer little native support for users to ...
    • Economists Online 

      Proudman, Vanessa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      NEEO (Network of European Economists Online) is a 30 month EU-funded project. NEEO is the flagship project of the Nereus consortium which currently consists of twenty-three prestigious partners in the world of academic ...
    • EIAH's Experience in Localization and Customization of DSpace 

      Khazraee, Emad; Malek, Hamed; Moaddeli, Saeed (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      The encyclopedia of Iranian architectural history was established with the goal of increasing the accessibility of the widespread resources and documents related to Iranian architectural history and to provide a better and ...
    • Eliciting Faculty Requirements for Research Data Repositories 

      Witt, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      In a two-year project sponsored by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, investigators from Purdue University and the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign are addressing the question, "Which researchers are ...
    • Enabling Inter-Repository Access Management between iRODS and Fedora 

      Marciano, Richard; Moore, Reagan W.; Zhu, Bing (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-19)
      Many digital repositories have been built using different technologies such as Fedora and the integrated Rule-Oriented Data System (iRODS). This paper analyzes both the Fedora and iRODS technologies to understand how to ...
    • Enhanced Content Models for Fedora 

      Blekinge-Rasmussen, Asger (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      This presentation introduces Enhanced Content Models for Fedora. Enhanced Content Models have a number of new features compared to the Fedora 3.0 content models. First of these is the more elaborate specification of the ...
    • The Ensemble Project: Using Fedora to Support the Development of the Semantic Web for Education 

      Carmichael, Patrick; Corti, Louise; Martinez, Agustina (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      The Semantic Web and associated Semantic Technologies (standards, services, tools, triplestores, reasoners and visualisers) have, it has been argued, the potential to support and enhance teaching and learning; but, as yet, ...
    • eSciDoc Infrastructure: a Fedora-based e-Research Framework 

      Razum, Matthias; Schwichtenberg, Frank (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      eSciDoc is the open-source e-Research environment jointly created by the German Max Planck Society and FIZ Karlsruhe. It consists of a generic set of basic services ("eSciDoc Infrastructure") and various applications built ...
    • Facilitating Wiki/Repository Communication with Metadata 

      Bartolo, Laura M.; Lowe, Cathy S.; Songar, Poonam; Tandy, Robert J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) Materials Digital Library Pathway (MatDL) has implemented an information infrastructure to disseminate government funded research results and to provide content as well as services ...
    • The Fascinator - Desktop eResearch and Flexible Portals 

      Sefton, Peter M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      The Fascinator is an Apache Solr front end to the Fedora commons repository. This project was originally funded by ARROW, as part of the mini project scheme. The Fascinator is written in Java. It drops into the Tomcat ...
    • The Fascinator: A lightweight, modular contribution to the Fedora-commons world 

      Lucido, Oliver; Sefton, Peter M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      The Australian government has supported the development of repository infrastructure for several years now. One product of this support was the ARROW project (Australian Research Repositories Online to the World). The ARROW ...
    • Fedora 3.0 and METS: A Partnership for the Organization, Presentation and Preservation of Digital Objects 

      Catapano, Terry; Hoebelheinrich, Nancy J.; Yott, Patrick (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      Fedora is being implemented in many different kinds of repositories even within a single institution, e.g., institutional repositories, and preservation repositories, and metadata repositories. Within many institutions, ...
    • Fedora 3: A Smooth Migration 

      Durbin, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      The dramatic changes between the architecture of Fedora 2 and Fedora 3 offer exciting opportunities for improved functionality and organization through the addition of a more formalized content model architecture (CMA). ...
    • Fedora and Django for an Image Repository: A New Front-End 

      Herndon, Peter (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      Here at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, we have created a new front-end to Fedora using Django and Python. Our Fedora repository is used to store primarily images of various types, with varying levels of security ...
    • Fedora and GSearch in a Research Project about Integrated Search 

      Pedersen, Gert Schmeltz (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      The Royal School of Library and Information Science in Denmark is performing a research project about integrated search. DTU Library provides assistance in the form of a Fedora and GSearch installation. The presentation ...
    • Fedora Commons 3.0 Versus DSpace 1.5 : Selecting an Enterprise-Grade Repository System for FAO of the United Nations 

      Bagdanov, Andy; Katz, Steve; Nicolai, Claudia; Subirats, Imma (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      An extensive evaluation of the Fedora Commons 3.0 and DSpace 1.5 digital document repository systems has been conducted. The evaluation aimed at selecting an open source software package that best satisfies the FAO Open ...
    • Fedora Content Modelling for Improved Services for Research Databases 

      Heller, Alfred; Karstensen, Mikael; Pedersen, Gert Schmeltz (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-21)
      A re-implementation of the research database of the Technical University of Denmark, DTU, is based on Fedora. The backbone consists of content models for primary and secondary entities and their relationships, giving ...
    • Fedora Goes to School: Experiences Creating a Curriculum Customization Service for K-12 Teachers 

      Sumner, Tamara; Weatherley, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      Educational digital libraries provide a rich array of learning resources uniquely suited to support teachers to customize instruction. The problem we address is how to customize instruction to meet the learning needs of ...
    • FESL: Fedora Enhanced Security Layer (A Community-Based Project) 

      Shin, Eddie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05-20)
      While there have been many significant changes to Fedora since the release of Fedora 3.0, there has not been any new work in the area of authentication and authorization. At the same time, there have been many requests ...
    • FITS - The File Information Tool Set 

      McEwen, Spencer; Stern, Randy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
      Preservation repositories include technical metadata for ingested files. The File Information Tool Set (FITS) is an open source tool that identifies, validates and extracts technical metadata for a wide range of file ...