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First Class Objects and Indexes for Chant Manuscripts

Abstract:

We discuss a crucial part of infrastructure for the Web-delivery of medieval chant resources. Although widely accepted by software professionals, the distributed-content model is sharply opposed by some chant scholars. We advocate for a paradigm of the Web as a massive database where each "first class object" acts like a record; metadata about, and links to such objects are compiled in virtual libraries. Scholarly-edited indexes determine which objects are in libraries, and unreliable content...

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10.1145/1255175.1255259

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Computer Science
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Journal:
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 7TH ACM/IEE JOINT CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL LIBRARIES
Pages:
415-416
Publication date:
2007-01-01
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uuid:381b6479-9c72-48e4-a560-24b097cb1e0f
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289035
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pubs:289035

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