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    • General Thoughts
      • Composition / Structure / Size of a Herbarium Collection
        • Activities of internal staff (few K pa)
          • purpose driven activities (specific coll.)
          • random (general coll.)
        • Acquisition of material from external sources
          • personal herbaria (few K to 1 M) exchange of material (few K)
        • Acquisition of abandoned institutions (few 10K)
        • Merging of institutions / collections ( parallel worlds )
    Virtual Herbaria ---> JACQ TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03
    • General Thoughts
      • Purpose and Value of a Herbarium Collection
        • Voucher material for scientific projects
        • Basis for Floristic and Taxonomic work
        • Historical evidence
        • Nomenclatural acts
    TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03
    • General Thoughts
      • Collaborative / Integrative / Open approach
        • once record is entered in common system reusable for others
        • Lookup tables (webservices) for
          • Person Names, incl. min. biographic data
          • Geographic Names
          • Scientific Names, incl. Common Name representations
        • Classification Systems (webservices ?)
        • Direct output of data via standard routes (csv, kml, ABCD)
    TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03
    • databasing issues
      • Legibility and perceivability of the label text
        • handwriting often using gothic letters; latin text
        • historical placenames and political entities
        • missing information
      • Taxonomy / Synonymy
        • old vs. current(ly used) names
        • differing taxonomies
      • Geographic Reference Systems
        • UTM / Lat/Long coordinates / raster grids
    TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03
  • Digitizing the Vienna Herbaria Pisa / 2007-09-12
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    • Prerequisites
        • webbased front end – platform „independent“– no separate client software installation
        • unicode
        • nomenclature – multiple taxonomies
        • GIS output capabilities
    TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03
      • Back End
        • MySQL 5.1
        • input server + replicated output server(s)
        • image servers / SAN solution 20TB
      • Front End
        • php / javascript / xajax / jquery
      • Input / Output / Imageserver / Access Fuzzy Matching Services (Taxamatch)
    TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03
  • TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-10-18
  • TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-10-18
  • TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03 Multimaster Architecture
  • specimen simplified data model monographs revisions floras article-level protologues reference outside local db (IPNI, IF, PL; HUH; geonames, BHL) (G)UID TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03 names taxonomic backbone geographic reference actor / person / team institution / collection type det.
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  • Managing the Vienna Herbaria
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  • TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03
    • Consortium 2011-10
      • GJO – Joanneum, AT ~ 600 K / 6% - T ~ 5.000 – 0%
      • GZU – Karl Franzens University of Graz, AT ~ 800 K / 8% - T ~ 8.000 / 73% HAL – Martin Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg, GE ~ 500 K / 1% - T ~ 10.000 / 52% JE – Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena – Herbarium Haussknecht, GE ~ 3 M / 0,7% - T ~ 30.000 / 70% KUFS – Kabul University, AF ~ 23k / 97% - T ~ ? MJG – Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, GE ~ 40 k / 6% - T ~ 500 / 0,2%
      • MNHM – Natural History Mainz, GE ~ 48 k / 2% - T ~ 500 / 0%
      • TGU – University of Montenegro, ME ~ 15 k / 2% - T ~ 50 / 0%
      • W – Natural History Museum Vienna, AT ~ 5.5 Mio / 1,4% - T ~ 200.000 / 11,2%
      • WU – University of Vienna, AT ~ 1.5 Mio / 4% - T ~ 75.000 / 9,9 %
    TDWG - New Orleans / 2011-12-03
  • Kurt Zernig (GJO); Anton Drescher, Helmut Mayrhofer, Walter Obermayer, Christian Scheuer (GZU); Wolfgang Neuner, Gerhard Tarmann (IBF), Michael Malicky (LI); Toni Igersheim, Robert Sailer, Ernst Vitek, Bruno Wallnöfer (W); Fritz Ehrendorfer, Walter Gutermann, Tod Stuessy, Walter Till (WU); Walter Behrendsohn, Markus Döring, Werner Greuter (B); Jarlie Jarvis (BM); José Murillo (COL); Philip Silverstone-Sopkin (CUVC); Juri Roskov (LE/RNG); Uwe Braun, Martin Röser (HAL); Richard Saunders (HKU); Hermann Manitz, Jochen Müller (JE); Gill Challen, John Dransfield, Sally Hinchcliffe (K); Paul Keßler (L); Stephan Beck (LPB); Wilfried Morawetz (LZ); Doug Daly, Andrew Henderson, Jacky Kallunki, Scott Mori, Michael Nee, Wayt Thomas, Tom Zanoni (NY); Tom Croat; George Schatz (MO); David Johnson (OWU); Thierry Deroin, Annick LeThomas, Odile Poncy (P); Tiangang Gao (PE); Frank Bisby (RNG); Renato Mello-Silva, José Rubens Pirani (SPB); Gerhard Gottsberger (ULM); Paul & Hiltje Maas, Lubbert Westra, Gea Zijlstra (U); Lars Chatrou (WAG); Otto Huber (VEN) Gerhard Glatzel (ÖAW); Martin Götzl, Herbert Schenz, Kathi Schleidt (UBA); Paul Schreilechner (BioGIS), Wolfgang Koller, Barbar Pratschner, Johannes Schachner FWF, ÖAW, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, GBIF, Species2000
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