Qubit is an open-source software toolkit that allows institutions such as archives and libraries to manage and host web-based collections of information resources. Qubit supports multi-lingual and multi-repository collections.
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The Digital Collection Builder (DCB) is an open-source software tool that makes it simple for libraries, archives, and other heritage organizations to provide access to their unique digitized collections; it brings their collections together with other Canadian online resources for Canadians and the world.
Archivematica - Open Archival Information System : open source tools and applications to create a comprehensive digital archives system that is compliant with the ISO-OAIS standard and other digital preservation standards and best practices
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web-based, open-source application for standards-based archival description in a multi-lingual, multi-repository environment.
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SeerSuite is an application toolkit for digital libraries and search engines; i.e., CiteSeerX.
Cheshire3 is a fast XML search engine, written in Python
University Scholarly Knowledge Inventory System (U-SKIS) was developed at the University of Utah. It tracks .pdf files, records communication, and provides publisher's archiving policies to determine what may be added to institutional repositories.
Terrier is a highly flexible, efficient, effective, and robust search engine, readily deployable on large-scale collections of documents.