@techreport{Rosen2005_2,
        Abstract = {More than 50 cultural heritage institutions from throughout the United States participated in the American Museums Digital Imaging Benchmark Survey investigating the use of digital photography for direct capture of artwork within US museums, libraries and archives. The survey was available online for a year. Facts and opinions were sought to learn the history, current status and future of digital imaging within the institutions. Composed of 78 questions, the survey built a comprehensive picture of the staff, equipment, software and workflow of the organizations and captured the attitudes of the respondents. The Mellon Foundation sponsored the project as part of an effort to assist the museum community in modernizing its use of digital imaging and digital images.},
        Address = {Rochester, New York, United States},
        Author = {Mitchell R. Rosen and Franziska S. Frey},
        Institution = {Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Science, Center for Imaging Science,Munsell Color Science Laboratory},
        Keywords = {art-si; art-si-cultural heritage imaging},
        Month = {},
        Number = {},
        Title = {RIT Survey of American Museums on Digital Imaging for Direct Capture of Artwork},
        Url = {http://www.cis.rit.edu/DocumentLibrary/admin/uploads/CIS000126.pdf},
        Year = {2005}}