DCL Whitepapers | Data conversion to XML, metatag indexing and enrichment | DCL

Mark Gross, President, DCL
Mark Gross, September 15, 2017
Case Study – Automated Auditing of S1000D Aircraft Manuals
It was the largest conversion ever to that standard, consisting of hundreds of thousands of pages of the OEM manual of an aircraft that the Air Force uses. It was no surprise that the US Air Force (USAF) wanted an independent audit of its first-ever... Read More
Mark Gross, President, DCL
Mark Gross, Ari Gross, and Yunhao Shi, August 3, 2017
A System to Identify Plagiarized Images in STM Journal Submissions
Plagiarism in the scientific community is not new, but has garnered greater attention in the past few years due to higher publication volumes, greater pressure to publish, increased access and the resultant increased readership, and computers that... Read More
Brian Trombley, Case Study Whitepaper - Cybex
Brian Trombley, October 10, 2016
Case Study – Data Conversion Laboratory/Cybex Giving Content Conversion a Cardio Boost
If you have ever logged miles on a treadmill or powered through an interval workout on an exercise bike at the gym, then you are probably familiar with Cybex products. Cybex equipment is a staple at fitness centers across the U.S. and around the... Read More
Brian Trombley, Case Study Whitepaper - SAE
Brian Trombley, October 6, 2016
DCL/SAE Case Study: Engineering a Sustainable Content Conversion Strategy
When it comes to vehicle engineering, SAE International sets the standard. This global association serves more than 148,000 engineers and technical experts in the aerospace, automotive, commercial-vehicle and other industries. The organization’s two... Read More
Greg Fagan, Whitepaper - Trends in Developing and Publishing
Greg Fagan, August 18, 2015
Trends in Developing and Publishing Content: How HTML5 and Mobile Change the Game
Publishing your content to multiple devices creates lots of options for your users to take their content with them and experience it in any format on any device. The flourishing mobile market permanently opened the door into communication and... Read More
Greg Fagan, Whitepaper - Mission Possible
Greg Fagan, August 18, 2015
Mission Possible: Move to a Content Management System to Deliver Business Results from Legacy Content
So you’ve decided you need a system to migrate, store, repurpose or tag legacy content, and to create and house new content—you want to implement a content management system (CMS). Now what? Time to answer some key questions and initiate your... Read More
Greg Fagan, Whitepaper - Mining Gold
Greg Fagan, July 30, 2015
Mining Gold from Legacy Content to Create New Products and Revenue Streams
Your Challenge: Piles of paper and thousands of document files are collecting dust or taking up server space, possibly completely ignored since initial publication. Hard copy books, binders, journals, newspapers, microfilm, training materials,... Read More
Mark Gross, Whitepaper - Implementing a System at USPTO
Terrel Morris, Mark Gross, Amit Khare, July 22, 2015
Implementing a System at the US Patent and Trademark Office to Fully Automate the Conversion of Filing Documents to XML
Many governmental and private organizations, such as the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), gather massive collections of content, including legal documents, filings, and contracts. Most such collections consist of images and image-based PDFs;... Read More
Greg Fagan, Whitepaper - Implement a Four Step Content Strategy
Greg Fagan, July 20, 2015
Implement a Four-Step Content Conversion Strategy and Save More Than Money
Believe it or not, when you open the door to content conversion, you open your organization to opportunities to save more than just money. From repurposing legacy content into new outputs that can be accessed anywhere in the world on any device to... Read More
Data Conversion Laboratory, Whitepaper - Content Digitization
June 29, 2015
Content Digitization: 0 to 50 in 16 Months
When your team is part of a global technology company with a sterling reputation for delivering outstanding products and services, and the corporate focus shifts to becoming green, in part through making content mobile, a digitization strategy that... Read More
Becky Fadik, Whitepaper - Automating Complex Technical Papers
Becky Fadik, Mark Gross, April 23, 2015
Automating Complex High-Volume Technical Paper and Journal Article Page Composition with NLM XML and InDesign
SAE International organizes and manages industry conferences where thousands of technical papers and journal articles are presented as part of the conference programs. The technical papers and journal articles are reviewed for compliance to SAE... Read More
Laura Dawson, Whitepaper - Assuming the Risk
Laura Dawson, Linda M. Cassola, Sandra Poirier-Diaz, February 17, 2014
Assuming the Risk for Your Own eBook
One of the benefits of self-publishing is that you can choose your own path. You may be a great designer and a poor marketer – so you’d do your own design while hiring a marketing expert; you may wish to learn as you go, every step of the way. It’s... Read More
Data Conversion Laboratory, Whitepaper - NLM Conversion
M. Scott Dineen, Alexander Schwarzman, January 6, 2014
NLM Conversion to Build "Atomic" Physics Content in an Agile Fashion
When faced with the challenge of converting eight highly technical journals spanning 95 years, how do you divide responsibility between the content owner and the conversion vendor? Do you spend a year on document analysis and developing conversion... Read More
Data Conversion Laboratory, Whitepaper - Making a Case for S1000D
November 4, 2013
Making a Case for S1000D
This Whitepaper explains how S1000D is able to drive cost savings by using real-world ROI case studies from the Defense and Energy sectors. It discusses how manufacturers of mission-critical systems have achieved ongoing cost benefits in a number of... Read More
Amber Swope, Whitepaper - Multi-Channel Publishing
Amber Swope, August 13, 2013
Multi-Channel Publishing for Educational Publishers with DITA
The information landscape has radically changed in the past few years and learners expectations of how they interact with content have changed with it. It is no longer enough to provide a printed book to teach a skill; learners expect to receive a... Read More