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A Storage Model for Supporting Figures and Other Artefacts in Scientic Libraries: the Case Study of Invenio

  title={A Storage Model for Supporting Figures and Other Artefacts in Scientic Libraries: the Case Study of Invenio},
  author={Piotr Praczyk and Javier Nogueras-Iso and Samuele Kaplun and Tibor Simko},
Current digital libraries for scholar publications are facing new challenges to facilitate discovery and access to digital objects distinct from the traditional full-text documents, e.g. gures, data sets or software related to scientic developments. This work presents an extension of the data storage model of Invenio, a digital library platform developed at CERN. We concentrate on fullling requirements arising while extending INSPIRE, the information resource in High Energy Physics, with… Expand
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