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Li′brary of Con′gress


n.
the national library of the U.S. in Washington, D.C.
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The project will provide a more complete record than partial microfilming carried out decades ago by the U.S. Library of Congress, and also by the National Library of Israel.
The U.S. Library of Congress has made the country's only known surviving slave narrative written in Arabic available on the internet.
And on the user's part, who wouldn't want a place where you could store almost everything in a "closet" that reminds one of the archives at the U.S. Library of Congress? These two inclinations have 'caused an explosive growth of large data libraries of all sorts-social, cultural, and commercial.
If scaled up, the researchers say, the technology could store the full contents of the U.S. Library of Congress in a cube a tenth of a millimeter on each side.
The Shedd is able to put on this production with the cooperation of the Gershwin estate, the holders of the rights to "My One and Only," and the U.S. Library of Congress, Shedd artistic director Jim Ralph said.
Joaquin Castro after the House Committee on Rules rejected his motion to allow the U.S. Library of Congress to stop using the terms "illegal aliens" and "alien"
The researchers tried to determine whether a movie would appear in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress. The number of times a movie is referenced by other movies appeared to be the best predictor of whether it would be included in the Registry.
More than 550 organizations worldwide rely on Front Porch Digital across multiple industries to ensure the availability and accessibility of their valuable content, including A&E Television, BBC, Discovery Communications, U.S. Library of Congress and NASCAR.
Even with a library as complex as the U.S. Library of Congress, which hired Morville to advise on its website, the goal is not just to create a workable interface or usable search box: It's gluing together portals with findable objects so that the parts relate to the whole.
Margolies's entire repertoire of these iconic images has been recently acquired by the U.S. Library of Congress.
When he started his job as an auditor in the inspector general's office at the U.S. Library of Congress, Peter TerVeer had a great relationship with his boss, John Mech.
SGI UV 2 is able to scale up to eight petabytes of shared memory and at a peak I/O rate of four terabytes per second (14 PB/hour), it is capable of ingesting the entire contents of the U.S. Library of Congress print collection in under than three seconds, the company claimed.