INDIGO - An Approach to Infrastructures for Digital Libraries

@inproceedings{Mnch2000INDIGOA,
  title={INDIGO - An Approach to Infrastructures for Digital Libraries},
  author={Christian M{\"o}nch},
  booktitle={ECDL},
  year={2000}
}
In this paper INDIGO, an approach to infrastructures for dig ital libraries is presented. It fulfills two crucial requirements t o digital libraries: scalability and the ability to handle newly evolving document typ es. Based on a classification of digital library architectures, the main reaso n for limited scalability and extensibility of digital libraries are identified. T o overcome the identified problems the concept of mobile structure knowledge, on whic h INDIGO is based, is developed… CONTINUE READING

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