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  • 33:11 Information Synthesis and Data Mining Part 1

    Information Synthesis and Data Mining Part 1

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    Professor Cathy Blake presents principles and techniques for information synthesis and data mining. The ABC model of synthesis is described and the METIS system serves as a workbench to extract facts that scientists verify while applying the ABC model. In

  • 18:41 Information Synthesis and Data Mining Part 2

    Information Synthesis and Data Mining Part 2

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    Professor Cathy Blake presents principles and techniques for information synthesis and data mining. The ABC model of synthesis is described and the METIS system serves as a workbench to extract facts that scientists verify while applying the ABC model. In

  • 44:41 Digital Curation

    Digital Curation

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    Dr. Cal Lee, Assistant Professor in SILS, presents a lecture on digital curation, the risks of not planning for preservation, digital archaeology, data exercise, emulation versus transformation, the need for standards and a hybrid approach to preservation

  • 13:39 Collaboration and Authorship

    Collaboration and Authorship

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    This presentation is a brief overview to academic authorship and scholarly collaboration. It presents the rising trend of hyperauthorship-collaboration and the issues of authorship ethics and ownership that arise given these current conditions of multiple

  • 23:09 An Interview with Jose-Marie Griffiths

    An Interview with Jose-Marie Griffiths

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    Dr. Jose-Marie Griffiths, Dean of SILS, discusses the information industry and roles that information schools play in shaping the industry. A large-scale study of the value of public libraries using return on investment analysis is described. Challenges o

  • 30:25 An Interview with Joanne Marshall

    An Interview with Joanne Marshall

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    Dr. Joanne Marshall, Alumni Distinguished Professor at SILS, discusses evidence-based library and information practice and efforts to link research to practice. Libraries as social agents in life-long learning, work force studies and issues, and health in

  • 37:46 Ibiblio and Contributor-Run Digital Libraries

    Ibiblio and Contributor-Run Digital Libraries

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    Paul Jones, Director of ibiblio and Clinical Professor in SILS and the UNC School of Journalism, presents a lecture on contributor-run digital libraries, using ibiblio as an example. Open Source and open access lead to innovation and democratization.

  • 21:54 Library Cataloguing Practice Part-1

    Library Cataloguing Practice Part-1

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    Bachelor of Library and Information Science(BLISc):BLIS-04P Library Cataloguing Practice

  • 21:48 Dewey Decimal Classification Part-1

    Dewey Decimal Classification Part-1

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    Bachelor of Library and Information Science(BLISc):BLIS-03P Library Classification Practice

  • 1:03:13 Library Science

    Library Science

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    This lecture talks about library science.

  • 1:00:12 Library Science

    Library Science

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    This lecture talks about library science.

  • 59:46 University Library Services

    University Library Services

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    This Lecture talks about University Library Services.

  • 59:25 University Library Services

    University Library Services

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    This Lecture talks about University Library Services

  • 1:49:45 Library Science and Intelligence Analysis: Converging Educational Paths

    Library Science and Intelligence Analysis: Converging Educational Paths

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    Catholic University of America, School of Library and Information Science. November 8, 2011.

  • 1:20:37 Camila Alire, ALA President, "Issues and Trends in American Libraries"

    Camila Alire, ALA President, "Issues and Trends in American Libraries"

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    2010 Elizabeth Stone Lecture, Catholic University of America, School of Library and Information Science.

  • 1:10:33 Roberta Shaffer - Associate Librarian for Library Services, Library of Congress

    Roberta Shaffer - Associate Librarian for Library Services, Library of Congress

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    SLIS colloquium Series. This presentation explores some of the social trends that provide challenges and opportunities for libraries and librarians in the 21st century. It also touches upon some initiatives currently underway at the Library of Congress, A

  • 13:44 The Embedded Librarian

    The Embedded Librarian

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    Professor Shumaker's new book, "The Embedded Librarian," is the first comprehensive survey of the growing practice of embedding librarians into teams as partners with the individuals and groups that need their expertise. In this presentation, he will disc

  • 57:52 2012 Elizabeth Stone Lecture - Dr Deanna Marcum

    2012 Elizabeth Stone Lecture - Dr Deanna Marcum

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    The 22nd Annual Elizabeth W. Stone Lecture took place April 20, 2012, 7pm and was hosted by Dr. Deanna Marcum, former Associate Librarian for Library Services at the Library of Congress, Managing Director of Ithaka S+R., and former Dean of the Catholic Un

  • 46:07 Maureen Sullivan, President Elect of the American Library Association

    Maureen Sullivan, President Elect of the American Library Association

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    Keynote speech of the 2012 Bridging the Spectrum Symposium. Catholic University of America. Friday, Jan. 27, 2012."Bridging the Spectrum: A Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science," offers a knowledge-sharing forum and mee

  • 1:14:18 Alternative Search Tools: Why Researchers Need to Go Beyond Google

    Alternative Search Tools: Why Researchers Need to Go Beyond Google

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    Presented by Dr. Ran Hock, SLIS Colloquium SeriesCatholic University of America, School of Library and Information Science

  • 1:01:29 David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States

    David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States

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    Learning from the Past: The Role of the National Archives. Lecture given by Mr. David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States, Nov. 3, 2011 as part of Catholic University School of Library and Information Science Colloquium Series.

  • 1:03:25 2011 Elizabeth Stone Lecture, Elizabeth Aversa

    2011 Elizabeth Stone Lecture, Elizabeth Aversa

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    2011 Elizabeth Stone Lecture. Elizabeth Aversa,Director of the School of Library and Information Studies at the University of Alabama and former Dean of SLIS.

  • 1:35:03 Luminaries Panel, Centennial Celebration

    Luminaries Panel, Centennial Celebration

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    Luminaries Panel held in honor of the 100th anniversary of library science classes being offered at Catholic University and the 25th anniversary of the School of Library and Information Science.

  • 55:21 Career Advice Event

    Career Advice Event

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    "Career Advice Event" with Anthony Chiappetta from Career Services, hosted by SLIS AGLISS.

  • 1:00:40 SlIS Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science Part 1

    SlIS Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science Part 1

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    Bridging the Spectrum: A Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science, offers a knowledge-sharing forum and meeting place for practitioners, students, and faculty in Library and Information Sciences and Services. Presentations

  • 57:43 SlIS Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science Part 2

    SlIS Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science Part 2

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    Bridging the Spectrum: A Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science, offers a knowledge-sharing forum and meeting place for practitioners, students, and faculty in Library and Information Sciences and Services. Presentations

  • 55:44 Using Museum Resources for Inquiry

    Using Museum Resources for Inquiry

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    Speaker: Ann Caspari, Early Childhood Education Specialist, National Air and Space MuseumMuseums house rich learning resources in many different media and formats. Guided Inquiry Design provides a framework for educators to plan when to introduce differen

  • 50:19 Bridging The Spectrum 2014: Keynote

    Bridging The Spectrum 2014: Keynote

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    Michael Edson is the Director of Web and New Media Strategy in the Smithsonian Institution's Office of the CIO. Michael has worked on numerous award-winning projects and has been involved in practically every aspect of technology and New Media for museums

  • 55:59 The Law Library of Congress:  Acquisitions, Access, and Authenticity

    The Law Library of Congress: Acquisitions, Access, and Authenticity

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    Originally founded to serve the United States Congress and the Supreme Court of theUnited States, the Law Library of Congress is today the world's largest law library, andits mandate has expanded to include serving the legal information needs of the natio

  • 1:42:18 An Introduction to Macro Photography

    An Introduction to Macro Photography

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    Tim Cooper Photography: http://timcooperphotography.com/Upcoming B&H Event Space Seminars: http://bit.ly/bheventspaceFrom backyards to city streets, to the National Parks, Macro Photography allows you to become delightfully lost in the intimate detail of

  • 51:38 Course Introduction

    Course Introduction

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    Lecture 01: An introduction to image processing and analysis; covers image processing on a broad scope as well as course logistics.

  • 50:23 Fourier Analysis

    Fourier Analysis

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    Lecture 02: Introduction to Fourier analysis, as well as the subject of wavelets.

  • 53:32 Edge and Corner Detection

    Edge and Corner Detection

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    Lecture 03: The lecture covers edge and corner detection using the Canny and Harris corner detector methods.

  • 51:18 Saliency and Scale

    Saliency and Scale

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    Lecture 04: What it means to have a region of an image be 'salient' and the algorithms for finding such areas.

  • 52:32 Object Detection

    Object Detection

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    Lecture 05: Carmichael discusses finding certain rectangular objects within an image, and explains various methods for doing so, such as PCA (principal component analysis) and dimensionality reduction.

  • 51:05 Object Detection Continued

    Object Detection Continued

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    Lecture 06: Carmichael explains how to go about detecting certain objects within an image if those objects cannot be outlined with just rectangles.

  • 41:24 Bottom-Up Image Segmentation

    Bottom-Up Image Segmentation

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    Lecture 07: One method for grouping pixels in an image is presented. Carmichael discusses pairwise coherence, cluster modeling and modeling with metric spaces.

  • 51:22 Top-Down Image Segmentation

    Top-Down Image Segmentation

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    Lecture 08: The second of two methods is presented for grouping pixels in an image. The lecture covers deformable contours, parameterizations and gradient descent.

  • 56:59 Texture Analysis

    Texture Analysis

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    Lecture 09: Carmichael explains why it is useful to study the textures of an image and methods for detecting them in images.

  • 33:24 Neighborhoods

    Neighborhoods

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    Lecture 10: The instructor explains using neighborhood operations to access different pixels. Also covers implementation of a correlation filter.

  • 50:09 Invariants

    Invariants

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    Lecture 11: Carmichale explains the use of invariants for dense and sparse matching, as well as some various kinds of invariants.

  • 53:06 3D Image Acquisition

    3D Image Acquisition

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    Lecture 12: Carmichael explains how to obtain an image with three dimensions. The unit covers two principles for doing so: time of flight and triangulation.

  • 50:30 Mesh Smoothing

    Mesh Smoothing

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    Lecture 13: The instructor discusses using mesh smoothing to remove noise from three-dimensional data. Also includes Gaussian smoothing and mesh shrinkage.

  • 51:28 Mesh Alignment I

    Mesh Alignment I

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    Lecture 14: In the first of two lectures, Carmichale discusses rigid alignment of meshes as well as the metrics and transformation models involved.

  • 51:28 Mesh Alignment II

    Mesh Alignment II

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    Lecture 15: In the second lecture on mesh alignment, Carmichale explains nonrigid alignment and how to accomplish this process using a technique called deformable registration.

  • 50:55 Combining Multiple Meshes

    Combining Multiple Meshes

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    Lecture 16: Carmichael discusses two approaches (mesh-based and volumetric) for combining multiple meshes to form a single closed surface.

  • 55:06 Global Shape Representations

    Global Shape Representations

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    Lecture 17: The instructor discusses ways of storing and searching 3D models. Explains database querying, geons, object signatures and shape histograms.

  • 51:43 Local Shape Representations

    Local Shape Representations

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    Lecture 18: Carmichael discusses advantages of local shape representations and two methods for creating them: the segmentation method and the vertex-based method.

  • 51:30 Object Detection from Range Data

    Object Detection from Range Data

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    Lecture 19: Carmichael discusses some problems that can arise in range data-based detection and how these problems can be fixed by creating transformation-consistent clusters.

  • 44:35 Medical Image Acquisition

    Medical Image Acquisition

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    Lecture 20: Carmichael discusses three main ways of obtaining medical imaging data: CT (Computed Tomography) scans, MRIs (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and PET (Positron Emission Tomography)

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