E-Libraries in 21st Century by A.K. Kaul

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Dewey decimal classification and relative index

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E. e. monitors) pixels per inch (ppi) normally should be used. A pixel is in general a much smaller physical unit than a dot. When it says that a scanner has a maximum resolution of for example 600 dpi. it means in practice that the scanner optically samples a maximum 600 pixels per inch (ppi). But the optical sampling rate of a scanning device only delineates the maximum possible (optical) resolution in the direction of the extension of the CCD unit. It will not guarantee that the scanner in reality can spatially resolve details to the same degree that the optical sampling rate would imply.

Transfer of copyright must be made in written form and signed by the owner of the copyright. If the work is (1) made by an employee as a part of his or her empluyment or (2) by contract defined as a work made for hire, the person or body employing the creator or giving the contract is considered the copyright owner. Copyright has also a moral element that gives the owner the right to be mentioned, for example when the work is published, and should prevent the work being changed or corrupted. Many archives, libraries and museums have in their custody collections which have been donated and where the copyright has passed to the heirs of the creator.

At1uha1 and cross-sectural. ~ today one of the most widely accepted metadata standards in the world. Today many digital projects and programmes use SGML (Standard Generalized General Markup Language) or parts of it like XML (eXtensible Markup Language). The purpose is to bind together images and give access to structural elements in single objects or ,in whole collections. Document encoding can also be used in systems where data are taken from underlying databases and transformed into standardised representation for exchange.

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