Category Archives: computer science

PeerJ Computer Science

PeerJ logo SQNew journal, just announced: PeerJ Computer Science. Now accepting preprints and  open for peer-reviewed article submissions beginning February 12. Read PeerJ’s blog post to find out why PeerJ feels the time is right to launch a new journal to address the needs of the computer science community.

The Libraries underwrites CMU authors’ lifetime membership in PeerJ to support open access publication in biological, medical—and now, computer—science.

 

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CMU receives grant to archive executable content

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services has awarded a two-year, $497,756 grant to Carnegie Mellon University computer scientists and library personnel led by University Libraries’ dean Gloriana St. Clair (pictured), to develop Olive, the first archiving system for the preservation for executable content. MORE

ICUDL 2009

ICUDL 2009 “Global Collaboration for a Global Digital Library” marks the fifth in a series of International Conferences on the Universal Digital Library (UDL). The vision of the UDL is to create a global knowledge resource to preserve digitally and to provide free access to all human knowledge. This vision has been broadened from “books” to include other knowledge formats, such as multi-media and monuments. Conference videos:

  • Part 1 “Always On” – Mark Donner, Google
  • Part 2 “Effect of students and Faculty/Researchers on Digital Libraries” – Susan Gibbons, University of Rochester
  • Part 3 “The Google Book Settlement” – Michael Shamos, Carnegie Mellon
  • Part 4 “Visible Legacies for Y3K” – Les Earnest, Stanford University
  • Part 5 “Machine Translation for Digital Library Content” – Jaime Carbonell, Carnegie Mellon
  • Part 6 PANEL: Dr. Xianxiong Ge, Fudan University; Carolyn Rose, Carnegie Mellon; Steven Rosenberg, Carnegie Mellon West; Chris Tomer, University of Pittsburgh

io-port.net (~1951-present)

io-port.net is a portal from FIZ Karlsruhe. Documents from various sources are offered in a standardized format through one common search interface (with duplicates removed). Includes:

  • CompuScience produced by FIZ Karlsruhe
  • Digital Bibliography & Library Project (DBLP) offered by the University of Trier
  • Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) and other publications by Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI) e.V.
  • IEEE Computer Society Digital Library
  • Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LCNS) by Springer-Verlag
  • Publications from other publishers (e.g., Elsevier GmbH, Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Blackwell Verlag GmbH, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, IOS Verlag, World Scientific Publishing Co., and Taylor and Francis Group)

ICUDL 2008

ICUDL 2008 “Towards Ten Million Books – Multimedia & Monuments” is the fourth in a series of International Conferences on Universal Digital Library. The conference aims further develop the Universal Digital Library (UDL) that will be a portal to foster creativity and free access to all human knowledge, discussing innovative issues and challenges involved in digitization in areas other than books, including various technological usage and new developments. The Million Book Project (MBP) is considered the first milestone towards building this digital library with a free-to-read, searchable collection of one million books in various languages belonging to diversified cultures and civilizations available to people worldwide over the Internet.

ICUDL 2007

ICUDL 2007 “Legal, policy, technical, commercial and human factor challenges to a globally owned universal digital library” is the third in a series of International Conferences on the Universal Digital Library. The conference will add to the foundational knowledge of the Universal Digital Library (UDL) that will be a portal to foster creativity and free access to all human knowledge. Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Million Book Project (MBP) is considered a first milestone towards building this digital library with a free-to-read, searchable collection of one million books in various languages belonging to diversified cultures and civilizations available to people worldwide over the Internet. The annual workshop for the MBP will thus be held in conjunction with the conference – program notes