Video digital libraries: contributive and decentralised

  title={Video digital libraries: contributive and decentralised},
  author={James Lanagan and Alan F. Smeaton},
  journal={International Journal on Digital Libraries},
  • J. Lanagan, A. Smeaton
  • Published 1 September 2012
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal on Digital Libraries
Technology usage is changing rapidly and is becoming a more mobile, more social and more multimedia-based experience. This is especially true in the area of content creation where mobile social applications used by crowds of people are challenging traditional ways of creating and distributing content, especially for applications like news dissemination. Libraries have traditionally functioned as repositories where the information content of a society is analysed, curated, organised and stored… 

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