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  • 1. Summa/Search Digital Libraries à la Carte 2009 Tilburg University, 2009-07-31 Mads Villadsen <mv@statsbiblioteket.dk>
  • 2. Who  Mads Villadsen  IT Developer at Statsbiblioteket since 2003  Technical Lead for the Summa project
  • 3. What is Summa
  • 4. Summa on One Page Keywords Cold Facts  Search Engine  Java  Designed for Libraries  Lucene Index(es)  Scalable  LGPL Licensed  Open Source  Developed Since Winter 2005  Modular  In Production Since Nov.  Flexible 2006  Highly Configurable  Integrated Search
  • 5. Summa Timeline Relabeled as Internal development “Summa” and put in Summa 0.8 released using Lucene production as open source Winter 2005 November 2006 September 2008 Christmas 2005 Early 2007 14th Sept. 2008 “Beta” as Christmas A rewrite with Summa 1.0 present ”Everything Done Right” (TM) starts
  • 6. “Release Often” Oct 31 2008 Summa 1.1 Apr 28 2009 Summa 1.4.1 Feb 9 2009 Summa 1.2.0 May 5 2009 Summa 1.4.2 Feb 18 2009 Summa 1.2.1 May 11 2009 Summa 1.4.3 Mar 27 2009 Summa 1.3.0 May 20 2009 Summa 1.4.4 Apr 16 2009 Summa 1.3.1 Jun 4 2009 Summa 1.4.5 Apr 20 2009 Summa 1.3.2 Jun 23 2009 Summa 1.4.6 Apr 20 2009 Summa 1.3.3 Jun 26 2009 Summa 1.4.7 Apr 24 2009 Summa 1.4.0
  • 7. What is Search
  • 8. Search Description  Search is the web interface used at the State and University Library, Aarhus, Denmark.  Dynamically integrates services from multiple sources  Integrates records from multiple sources  Different presentations for different types of records  Has much of the “expected” functionality: Suggest, Did- You-Mean, Similar Items, Facets, etc.  Integration with backend systems – the user should never have to leave the Search web interface.
  • 9. Search Content  Horizon (our library system)  OAI harvested material  TV and movie theater commercials  Subject experts (ie. people)  Cambridge Scientific Abstracts  E-journals, e-books  Digital Yearbooks (eventually all data from our Digital Object Management System will be automatically searchable)  More...
  • 10. Search Integration We have created a tight integration with our backend systems.  Item status  Item request  User status (from multiple systems)  Pickup list
  • 11. Search Architecture Other user Search interfaces Service Order Service Library System Summa Gateway Gateway Gateway Library System Services Services ●●● Other Internal Systems
  • 12. The Many Faces of Summa
  • 13. Search Result
  • 14. Search Full Record
  • 15. Search OpenSearch
  • 16. Search iGoogle Gadget
  • 17. Search Ubiquity Command
  • 18. Silkeborg Public Library
  • 19. Silkeborg Mobile
  • 20. Odense Public Library
  • 21. Try it out yourself... ...using Summix http://wiki.statsbiblioteket.dk/summa/Community/Tutorials/Summix Summix is a sample setup of Summa complete with a small collection of sample OIA data to index. Up and running in minutes including a simple web user interface and a web service API.
  • 22. Resources  Statsbiblioteket Search http://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/  Software Development at Statsbiblioteket blog http://sbdevel.wordpress.com/  Summa Sandbox http://wiki.statsbiblioteket.dk/summa/Sandbox  Summa Wiki http://wiki.statsbiblioteket.dk/summa/  Summa Site http://statsbiblioteket.dk/summa/  Silkeborg Public Library http://www.silkeborgbibliotekerne.dk/  Odense Public Library http://www.odensebib.dk/
  • 23. Questions?