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Rapport Année : 2013

EuDML Assessment and Evaluation — Final Report

Romeo Anghelache
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Jiri Rákosnik
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Aleksander Nowiński
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Wojciechowski Krzysztof
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Michael Jost
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Olaf Teschke
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Petr Sojka
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Vlastislav Dohnal
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This evaluation report’s findings are that the project was delivered on schedule, meeting almost all the defined evaluation criteria, while almost all its performance parameters are found to be at or above their expected values. The content-providers and user feedback on the EuDML Release (version 1.4) show that the system is currently stable, functional and useful. Most of the suggested improvements made by users while answering the surveys were translated and tracked as bugs through the Mantis system (the EuDML bug-tracking system). Many of them have been attended to and the result is the current Release (version 2). Few work areas are left to be refined, mostly documenting some services or processes. This report ends with three recommendations: 1. Two new global performance (public effectiveness) parameters should be defined and monitored: • the ratio between the items freely available to the public and the total number of searchable items in EuDML (currently >87%); • the ratio between full-text indexed items and the total number of searchable items in EuDML (currently 59%). Thus, the overall aim of EuDML would be, between adding new collections, to achieve a value of 1 for both of these parameters. 2. Emphasis should be put on documenting clearly and concisely EuDML’s functionalities for content-providers, Scientific Advisory Board and different categories of users (e.g. a Help/FAQ section should be created). 3. More robust steps should be taken by the partners to ensure the future growth and sustainability of EuDML.
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Romeo Anghelache, Jiri Rákosnik, Aleksander Nowiński, Wojciechowski Krzysztof, Thierry Bouche, et al.. EuDML Assessment and Evaluation — Final Report. [Technical Report] D11.4, Mathdoc. 2013, pp.35. ⟨hal-03764976⟩
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