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Digital image formats suitable for museum publications

@inproceedings{Sylaiou2004DigitalIF,
  title={Digital image formats suitable for museum publications},
  author={Stella Sylaiou and P. Patias and O. Georgoula and L. Sechidis},
  year={2004}
}
More and more museums make use of digital technologies, in order not only to make their collections digitally accessible to the wide public and to contribute to the preservation of their exhibits, but also to augment the visitor’s understanding. Museum data are published in web pages at the Internet, or/and in closed networks (intranets) for their visitors. The main problem has to do with the slow speed of the Internet, with regard to the large amount of information–more specifically of… Expand
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