image acquisition, digital library, storage format
This report summarizes the discussions of the Working Group on Acquisition Quality at the International Workshop on Document Image Analysis for Libraries, Palo Alto, CA, 23-24 January 2004. Acquisition of the image is one of the most time intensive components of forming a digital library, and the quality of the acquisition will affect all later stages of the digital library project. The current state of the art in acquisition is analyzed. Problems and suggested improvements for image acquisition and storage formats and the special problems associated with acquisition from microfilm follows. A list of general suggestions was developed which was complemented by a wish list of things the Working Group would like to see followed in acquisition discussions in the future.
Original Publication Citation
Elisa H. Barney Smith, Henry Baird, William Barrett, Frank Le Bourgeois, Xiaofan Lin, George Nagy, and Steve Simske, "DIAL 24 Working Group Report on Acquisition Quality Control," IEEE Proceedings, 2nd International Conference on Document Image Analysis for Libraries (DIAL 26), pp. 373-376, Lyon, France, April, 26.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barrett, William A.; Baird, Henry; Le Bourgeois, Frank; Lin, Xiaofan; Nagy, George; Simske, Steve; and Smith, Elisa H. Barney, "DIAL 2004 Working Group Report on Acquisition Quality Control" (2006). All Faculty Publications. 318.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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