The Building of a Large Government Digital Library
Ninth International Conference on Information Technology - New Generations
Las Vegas, NV
This paper reports on the methodology of building an electronic digital library. In particular, it addresses the issues involving OCR errors and conversion. It also reports on data mining applications required for filtering sensitive information.
Data mining; Data mining applications; Digital libraries; Electronic digital library; Government data processing; Government digital library; Government libraries; Information Extraction categorization; Information filtering; Information filtering systems; Information Retrieval; OCR conversion; OCR; OCR errors; Optical character recognition; Sensitive information filtering; Security classification (Government documents)
Computer Engineering | Databases and Information Systems | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Library and Information Science
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The Building of a Large Government Digital Library.
Presentation at Ninth International Conference on Information Technology - New Generations,
Las Vegas, NV.
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