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\[12:08:06\] \**\* Group call \**\*
\[12:39:58\] Jana Parvanova:
\[12:40:12\] Vladimir Alexiev:
\[12:48:09\] Jana Parvanova:
\[12:51:29\] Jana Parvanova: ?E P102_has_title ?title1. ?title1 P2_has_type rst-note:title-primary; P3_has_note ?Title.
or {?E P102_has_title ?title1} LIMIT 1. ?title1 rdfs:label ?Title.
or ?E bmo:PX_physical_description ?Title
\[12:56:25\] Vladimir Alexiev:
\[12:59:41\] Vladimir Alexiev:
\[12:59:51\] Vladimir Alexiev:<contentId>
\[13:00:24\] Vladimir Alexiev: format/7&nbsp; Zoom (JPEG 2000)&nbsp; 4279
\[13:01:04\] Vladimir Alexiev: format/2&nbsp; Screen medium&nbsp; 480
\[13:12:32\] Vladimir Alexiev:
\[13:16:50\] Vladimir Alexiev:
\[13:18:01\] Vladimir Alexiev: Legacy Image Pyramids
IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework)
DZI (Deep Zoom Images)
OSM (Open Street Maps)
TMS (Tiled Map Service)
Custom Tile Sources
Pulling from
\[13:19:43\] Vladimir Alexiev: Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2012 17:52:45 \+0000
I thought it was a Javascript implementation of the Silverlight DeepZoom
code, but I'm not sure either.

The IIPImage server supports various protocols and clients. From a jpeg2000
or pyramidal tiff it can stream tiles conforming to DeepZoom, Internet
Image Protocol (IIP) and Zoomify protocols. This allows it to work with
lots of clients including IIPMooviewer, OpenSeaDragon/SeadragonAjax...
\[13:21:13\] Vladimir Alexiev:
\[13:46:55\] Vladimir Alexiev: Timeline: 8 weeks, 29 Jul 2013 to 23 Sep 2013
\[13:53:37\] \**\* Call ended, duration 1:47:21 \**\*