Plenary 1 : Towards Machine-Actionable Scholarly Communication
- Herbert van de Sompel (LANL)
Mr Sean Bechhofer (University of Manchester)
Mr Jon Deering (Saint-Louis University (USA))
T-PEN is a transcription tool that allows users to easily transcribe from digitized images of unpublished manuscripts. These images are made available from a growing number of large document repositories. T-PEN uses line segmentation to present the transcriber with one line at a time to transcribe, and preserves the association between the line and the portion of the image it transcribes. One...
Mr Barend Mons (Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre)