Browse by Author "Jackson, Larry S."
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Jackson, Larry S. (Zhejiang University Press, 2005)Government publications in electronic form exist in a gap between differing expectations. Traditionally government publications have been formal, and deliberately retained for many years. However, materials posted on ...
Jackson, Larry S. (2010-05-11)Provisions for collecting or archiving digital documents can be informed by knowledge of the genres of documents likely to be encountered. Although different aspects of collecting and curation may classify documents into ...
INFORM Risk Assessment Methodology Project: Designing a Tool for Collaboratively Assessing Data Format Risk McDonough, Jerome P.; Jackson, Larry S.; Singh, Mamta; Zhu, Guojun; Hswe, Patricia (2009-04)The INFORM Risk Assessment Methodology Project, one of four UIUC-based NDIIPP projects focusing on the development of digital preservation tools, is addressing the uncertainty surrounding the curation of data formats by ...
Jackson, Larry S. (2002-12-26)Maintenance of a classificatory taxonomy is a continued, necessary expense, in light of continual changes occurring in the literature of the collection. In medical literature, the US National Library of Medicine continually ...
Jackson, Larry S. (2001-12-27)Metadata and schema design work in support of a state government website archiving proposal, "Preserving Electronic Publications" (PEP) to the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Jackson, Larry S. (2012-05-18)This paper discusses considerations in assembling an archive of the digital materials of a project.
Jackson, Larry S. (Digital Government Research Center, 2003)Government information publishing on the web encounters differing expectations concerning the permanence of documents. Presumptions of informality in web authoring and publishing widely persist. But, terms like "government ...
Jackson, Larry S. (2010-04-21)The Pliny software system for scholarly note-taking and annotation was investigated in depth by the Open Annotation Collaboration (OAC) project as a source of annotation data. This report describes how the annotation graph ...
Jackson, Larry S. (2002-10-31)Government information publishing on the web encounters differing expectations concerning the permanence of documents. Being only about a decade removed from the introduction of the web, informal notions of web authoring ...
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Jackson, Larry S.; Yuan, Huamin (2007-04-27)The Capturing Electronic Publications (CEP) web archive assembled since 2002 by the Electronic Archive Project group of Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign ...
Jackson, Larry S. (2002-01-23)Utilizing scientific literature as a potential source for new knowledge is an extremely attractive idea. Swanson has repeatedly demonstrated that complementary pairings of ideas from existing knowledge domains can be ...
Jackson, Larry S. (2010-02-04)Named entity recognition software shown to perform well in free-text performed reasonably well in textual descriptive metadata, but experienced considerably more errors in dealing with titles. Capitalization conventions ...
Jackson, Larry S. (2009-06-01)This dissertation reports the results of an exploratory data analysis investigation of the relationship between the structures used for information organization and access and the associated storage structures within state ...
Who’s Who in Your Digital Collection: Developing a Tool for Name Disambiguation and Identity Resolution Godby, Carol Jean; Hswe, Patricia; Jackson, Larry S.; Klavans, Judith; Ratinov, Lev; Roth, Dan; Cho, Hyoungtae (2009 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, 2009)In the past twenty years, the problem space of automatically recognizing, extracting, classifying, and disambiguating named entities (e.g., the names of people, places, and organizations) from digitized text has received ...