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A Study on the Collaborative Authoring Tool based on Rights Information
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A Study on the Collaborative Authoring Tool based on Rights Information
Yi, Yeong-Hun; Choi, Chang-Ha; Cho, Seong-Hwan;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a model of the collaborative authoring tool and its implementation results. In the `collaborative authoring and automatic distribution system,` users can create eBooks by using partial works (primary and edited sources) on the basis of copyright information registered by the primary author. The Collaborative Authoring Tool is a part of "the collaborative authoring and automatic distribution system" developed through research on "the development of key technologies of social work protection and content mashup tools" as an R&D project granted by the Korea Copyright Commission from 2013. In the collaborative authoring and automatic distribution system, authors of primary sources such as images, audio clips and video clips for eBooks can register them together with the copyright information; users can edit the primary sources to produce secondary sources and in turn register the secondary sources on the system; and users can create and distribute eBooks by using the sources registered in the system.
 Keywords
collaborative;authoring tool;rights information;derivative work;copyright;
 Language
Korean
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