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BL Demo Day - July2011 - (1) Introduction to IMPACT

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Slides from Aly Conteh's introduction to IMPACT project at the British Library Demo-day on the 12th July 2011. …

Slides from Aly Conteh's introduction to IMPACT project at the British Library Demo-day on the 12th July 2011.

Making Text Digitisation - Faster, Better & Cheaper

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  • DDD: Krantentitel:     Courante uyt Italien , Duytslandt , &c . Datum, editie:    14-06-1618, Dag Uitgever:    Caspar van Hilten Plaats van Uitgave:    Amsterdam. Actual selection from online database
  • 26 IMPACT partners spread throughout Europe, Israel, Russia About 130 people involved in the project
  • ASM Alicante
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    • 1. IMPACT Text digitisation: Faster, Better, Cheaper
    • 2. Background
      • EU i2010 vision: create a European Digital Library: all Cultural Heritage online
      • Ambition to speed up the process of mass digitisation in order to produce massive corpus of digitised material online, create a ‘critical mass’
      • Challenges:
      • Digitised material is becoming available too slowly, in too small quantities and from too few sources
      • Users expect full text – not just images
      • Mixed performance of OCR for historic text
    • 3. Historical text: typical OCR results
    • 4. Language Challenges The Morning Chronicle  (London, England), Saturday, May 18, 1816; Issue 14678
    • 5. Measuring OCR Accuracy
    • 6. Bleed through Stains Tight binding Holes/tears Creases Paper quality Inconsistent inking Dirt Stamps Printer errors Animals Repairs Lamination
    • 7. The IMPACT Vision
      • We make digitisation of historical printed text in Europe better, faster and cheaper
      • We provide tools, services and facilities for further advancement of the State of the Art in this field
      Five key outcomes of the project will lead to fulfilling this vision 
    • 8.  
    • 9. The IMPACT project – overview
      • Consortium of 26 partners
        • Good mix of public and private partners
        • Users, researchers and industry work together to find solutions
        • Each established in a large international network
      • Coordinated by the National Library of the Netherlands (KB)
      • Large-scale Integrating Project
      • EU funding: € 12 100 000 (FP7 ICT Work Programme)
      • Start date: 1 January 2008 (extended feb-april 2010)
      • Duration: 4 years
      • From 2012: sustainable Centre of Competence with alternative resources
      • Currently, over 1 25 people across Europe, Israel and Russia involved in the project
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