A Framework for Digital Library
This site describes fundamental aspect of an infrastructure that is open in its architecture and which supports a larger and extensible class of digital information services. Digital libraries are one example of such services. Here we define basic entities to be found in such a system, in which information in the form of a digital image is stored, accessed, disseminated and managed. We provide naming conventions for identifying and locating digital images, describe a service for using image names to locate and display images and provide elements of an access protocol.
Overview and Definitions
We shall now formally define and describe the brief operation of the various components of the System in some detail:
Formally, a Digital Image is an instance of an abstract data-type that has two components, data and key-metadata. The key-metadata is typed manually, which includes a handle, i.e., an identifier globally unique to the Digital Images. A Digital Library is a network accessible storage system in which Digital Images will be stored for possible subsequent access or retrieval. This is entirely made possible by the development of our proprietary multilingual Documenta Prosearcher®. It allows the User to access their required Data via almost any search criteria or combination thereof, imaginable. Thus its application under many other circumstances including National Surveys and Governmental Statistical Reports gives more credence to the value of Documenta Prosearcher® as an incredibly versatile Search Engine.
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