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Living the Electronics Revolution: 60 Years of Fun with Radio
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2012-04-13)
This presentation is an autobiographical history of the career of Professor Charles W. Bostian, whose tenure at Virginia Tech coincided with the electronics revolution of the latter half of the twentieth century, and the ...
The Future of Wireless Resource Management: Bootstrapping and Automated Negotiation
The history of wireless communications can be told through the history of resource management. In this talk, I will describe the ongoing evolution from static to dynamic resource management and the concurrent evolution ...
Black Holes, Black Swans, Black Magic: The Emerging Arts of Project Execution
Fluor Corporation executive to give Vecellio LectureBlacksburg, VA , September 16, 2013 Virginia Tech College of Engineering Bob Prieto, senior vice president, Fluor Corporation, will present the 2013 Vecellio Distinguished ...
Friction Studies – From Passive to Intelligent Tires
Building Interoperable Digital Libraries: A Practical Guide to Creating Open Archives
This presentation discusses the development of the Open Archives Initiative (OAI), metadata harvesting, digital library interoperability, the National Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD), and more.
Open Archives Work at Virginia Tech
This presentation describes the Open Archives Initiative, projects such as the Computer Science Teaching Center and the National Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD), the MARIAN catalog, and the organizational ...
Opening Remarks and Historical Overview
This presentation introduces the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) and discusses the OAI philosophy, repository perspective, and the future of open archiving.
Bringing Your Library into View
This presentation illustrates libraries' roles in meeting end-users' information needs, such as supporting information use and re-use, creating new information objects, and supporting research and learning.
OAI and ODL: Building Digital Libraries from Components
This presentation instructs users how to build digital libraries from components, which is the fundamental concept behind DLbox. It was written for graduate computer science classes at Virginia Tech and fits into a 50-minute ...
Further Development of a Digital Library Curriculum: Evaluation Approaches and New Tools
This presentation is a follow-up to our ICADL 2006 paper and discusses our progress over the past year in developing a digital library curriculum. It presents and describes the current curriculum framework, which now ...