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  1. Black Box Larry Gall -- Peabody Museum of Natural History

  2. … about computing [black boxes]

  3. … about the [black boxes that comprise] EMu

  4. … a black box inspired by Will Real & emuusers.org

  5. … a black box inspired by Will Real & emuusers.org

  6. “ This Bud’s for you, Will ”

  7. “ This Bud’s for you, Will ”

  8. Moose Head’s ___ “ This Bud’s for you, Will ” ^

  9. _________ Black Box’s Moose Head’s ___ ^ “ This Bud’s for you, Will ” ^

  10. Black box nomenclature

  11. Black box nomenclature • Some EMu black boxes

  12. Black box nomenclature • Some EMu black boxes • Will’s Black Box Hack

  13. Black box nomenclature • Some EMu black boxes • Will’s Black Box Hack to be posted on emuusers.org ^

  14. Peabody CollectionsCounts & Functional Cataloguing Unit • Anthropology 325,000 Lot • Botany 350,000 Individual • Entomology 950,000 Lot / Individual • Invertebrate Paleontology 325,000 Lot • Invertebrate Zoology 325,000 Lot • Mineralogy 35,000 Individual • Paleobotany 150,000 Individual • Scientific Instruments 4,000 Individual • Vertebrate Paleontology 125,000 Individual • Vertebrate Zoology 185,000 Lot / Individual 2.7 million database-able units => ~12 million items

  15. Peabody CollectionsFunctional Units Databased • Anthropology 325,000 95 % • Botany 350,000 1 % • Entomology 950,000 13 % • Invertebrate Paleontology 325,000 80 % • Invertebrate Zoology 325,000 31 % • Mineralogy 35,000 85 % • Paleobotany 150,000 60 % • Scientific Instruments 4,000 100 % • Vertebrate Paleontology 125,000 60 % • Vertebrate Zoology 185,000 95 % 1,225,000 of 2.7 million => 45 % overall

  16. Black box nomenclature

  17. “A piece of equipment provided by a vendor for the purpose of using that vendor’s product.” Wikipedia.org

  18. “ A black box is any device whose inner workings are not understood or accessible to the user.” Whatis.com

  19. “A piece of equipment provided by a vendor for the purpose of using that vendor’s product.” Wikipedia.org

  20. “A piece of equipment provided by a vendor for the purpose of using that vendor’s product.” Wikipedia.org

  21. “A piece of equipment provided by a vendor for the purpose of using that vendor’s product.” Wikipedia.org

  22. “ The opposite of a black box is a system where the inner components or logic are available for inspection.” Wikipedia.org

  23. “ …sometimes known as a white box, glass box, or a clear box.” Wikipedia.org

  24. EMu code & infrastructure is accessible, hackable, extensible

  25. “ …white box in [that] the program code can be seen, but the code is so complex that it might as well be a black box.” Wikipedia.org

  26. EMu code & infrastructure is accessible, hackable, extensible

  27. _________________ EMu code & infrastructure is accessible, hackable, extensible also requires coaxing to behave ^

  28. _________________ EMu code & infrastructure is accessible, hackable, extensible also requires coaxing to behave ^

  29. Black box nomenclature

  30. Black box nomenclature • Some EMu black boxes

  31. Black box nomenclature • Some EMu black boxes they’re everywhere ^

  32. The EMu Registry

  33. The EMu Registry

  34. The EMu Registry Group Default Insert Tab Order Group|Admin|Table|ecatalogue|Column Access| LocCurrentLocation duQuery dvEdit daReplace duEdit {Launch Temp %1} script

  35. The EMu Registry duQuery dvEdit daReplace duEdit Like Windows registry,