The TIPSTER Architecture Capabilities Platform was developed by Logicon under the sponsorship of the TIPSTER Architecture Executive Committee. Since no funding was receceived to continue work into FY 1999, NIST was asked to retain the ACP information on their web site to preserve this resource.Last updated:Tuesday, 16-Jan-2001 09:05:27 EST
Date created: Monday, 31-Jul-00
The TIPSTER Text Program was a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA led government effort to advance the state of the art in text processing technologies through the cooperation of researchers and developers in Government, industry and academia. The resulting capabilities are being deployed within the intelligence community to provide analysts with improved operational tools.
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Other NSF/DARPA/NASA Sponsored Digital Library Web Sites
The University of Michigan Digital Library Project (NSF-UMDL) is a multidisciplinary collaboration among faculty and staff throughout the University of Michigan. Initial use and evaluation of the NSF-UMDL will take place in science classes in Ann Arbor, Michigan high schools and the Stuyvesant High School in New York City, as well as instruction and research at the University. Access will also be available through Ann Arbor and New York City public libraries. External partners to the project include: IBM, Elsevier Science, Apple Computer, Bellcore, UMI International, McGraw-Hill, Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation, and Kodak.
The content will emphasize a diverse collection, focused on earth and space sciences, which can satisfy the needs of many different types of users. The content will be supplied by publishers, although the project will eventually allow all users to publish their work. A related project, the Journal Storage Project (JSTOR), will digitize and make available all issues from the first publication through 1990 of ten economics journals to the NSF-UMDL.
Information Retrieval (Z39.50): Application Service Definition and Protocol Specification.
The Z39.50 specification is a client/server based protocol for Information Retrieval. It specifies procedures and structures for a client to search a database provided by a server, retrieve database records identified by a search, scan a term list, and sort the result set.
The Library of Congress is the Maintenance Agency for this specification: