DelosDLMS: Infrastructure and Services for Future Digital Library Systems

Ceri Binding, Gert Brettlecker, Tiziana Catarci, Stavros Christodoulakis, Tom Crecelius, Nektarios Gioldasis, Hans-christian Jetter, Mouna Kacimi, Diego Milano, Paola Ranaldi, Harald Reiterer, Hans-jörg Schek, Heiko Schuldt, Douglas Tudhope, Gerhard Weikum

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Abstract

DelosDLMS is a prototype of a next-generation Digital Library (DL) management system. It is the result of integrating various specialized DL services provided by partners of the DELOS network of excellence into the OSIRIS platform. OSIRIS is a middleware environment for the reliable and scalable distributed execution of processes. Processes, in turn, are DL applications that are built from the specialized services available in the integrated system. DelosDLMS provides support for content-based retrieval in image, audio, video, and 3D collections and combination of any of these media types with keyword queries. It allows annotating retrieved information, provides a rich set of advanced graphical user interfaces to browse and explore large collections, and supports users in interacting with the system using a speech interface and interactive paper. Finally, it can even be applied in settings where DL content is available in a distributed P2P system.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Second International DELOS Conference: Tirrenia, Pisa, Italy, 5 - 7 Dec. 2007
EditorsC Thanos, F Borri
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2007
EventSecond DELOS conference - Tirrenia, Pisa, Italy
Duration: 5 Dec 20077 Dec 2007

Conference

ConferenceSecond DELOS conference
Country/TerritoryItaly
CityPisa
Period5/12/077/12/07

Keywords

  • Digital Library Management System
  • System Integration
  • Service-oriented Architecture
  • algorithms
  • performance
  • reliability

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