2005 Program

Keynote

Technology: Shifting the Genealogical Paradigm and Realizing the Vision, Ransom Love, LDS Church presentation

Session #1

  1. Semantic Web Research Prototype, Charla Woodbury, Brigham Young University paper presentation

  2. Genealogy and Open Source Software, John Finlay, PhpGedView paper presentation

  3. Family and Church History Interim Digital Preservation Process, Rick Laxman, LDS Church paper presentation

  4. Growing the Family Tree: The Power of DNA in Reconstructing Family Relationships, Luke A. D. Hutchison, Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation paper presentation

Session #2

  1. ScanStone—Digital Microfilm Frame Detection, Heath Nielson, LDS Church paper presentation

  2. A System to Automatically Index Genealogical Microfilm Titleboards, Samuel Pinston, Brigham Young University paper presentation

  3. The Mormon Diaries Project, Frederick Zarndt, Scott Eldredge, Russell Black, and Jeri Jump, iArchives and Brigham Young University paper presentation

Session #3

  1. Using Data Mining for Record Linkage, Burdette Pixton, Brigham Young University paper presentation

  2. Name Standardization for Genealogical Record Linkage, D. Randall Wilson, LDS Church paper presentation

  3. Probabalistic Methodology for Record Linkage Determining Weight Robustness, Krista P. Jensen, Brigham Young University paper presentation

  4. Logical Operations in Compact Geospatial Quadtrees, Kirk L. Duffin, Northern Illinois University paper presentation

  5. Gedcom CGI Protocol and Web Service, John Finlay, PhpGedView paper presentation

  6. Collaborative Genealogy, Aaron Reed, Northface University paper presentation

  7. Screen Annotation of Family History Sources, Dan R. Olsen Jr., Brigham Young University paper presentation

  8. Transcription, transliteration, transduction and translation: a typology of crosslinguistic name representation strategies, Deryle Lonsdale, Brigham Young University paper presentation