Titel: Digital Libraries: Implementing Strategies and Sharing Experiences
8th International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries, ICADL 2005, Bangkok, Thailand, December 12-15, 2005, Proceedings.
'Lecture Notes in Computer Science'. 'Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI'.
Herausgegeben von Edward A. Fox, Erich Neuhold, Pimrumpai Premsmit
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
30. November 2005 - kartoniert - 552 Seiten
The International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries 2005 (ICADL 2005), held in Bangkok, Thailand, 12-15 December 2005, was the 8th in a series of annual internationalconferences organizedby digital libraryresearchersin Asia. ICADL was set up to facilitate and stimulate the exchange of digital library research, information, and technology in the Asian region while also functi- ing as a sister conference to its North American and European counterparts, i.e., JCDL and ECDL. The theme of ICADL 2005 was "Digital Libraries: - plementing Strategies and Sharing Experiences," covering strategies, implem- tation experiences, systems, techniques, management, and applications. ICADL 2005 provided a forum for sharing experiences and exchanging research results, innovative ideas, and state-of-the-art developments among researchers, edu- tors, practitioners, and policy makers from a variety of disciplines such as c- puter science,libraryand informationscience,archivalandmuseum studies,and knowledge management. ICADL 2005 also marked the special occasion of the 50th birthday anniv- sary of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, Patron of the Thai Library Association. ICADL 2005 received 164 paper submissions from 17 countries, including a good number from outside the Asian region. From these, 40 full papers, 15 short papers, and 15 poster papers were accepted and are included in these proceedings.Eachpaper wasreviewedby the ProgramCommittee membersand additional co-reviewers. The technical program comprised one day of tutorials, followed by keynote and invited speeches, paper and poster sessions as well as a post-conference workshop on metadata and Dublin Core.
Concepts and Models for Digital Library Systems.- A Model of ITS Using Cold Standby Cluster.- From Heterogeneous Information Spaces to Virtual Documents.- Traveling in Digital Archive World: Sightseeing Metaphor Framework for Enhancing User Experiences in Digital Libraries.- Flexing Digital Library Systems.- An Ontology-Based Model of Digital Libraries.- Case Studies in Digital Libraries.- The Impact of ICT on Library Services for the Visually Impaired.- An Asian Study of Healthcare Web Portals: Implications for Healthcare Digital Libraries.- Annotations in an Academic Digital Library: The Case of Conference Note-Taking and Annotation.- Relevance Judgments for Image Retrieval in the Field of Journalism: A Pilot Study.- Digital Archives and Museums.- Image Classification for Digital Archive Management.- Digital Content Development of Taiwanese Folklore Artifacts.- Electronic Restoration: Eliminating the Ravages of Time on Historical Maps.- Automatic 3D Blogging to Support the Collaborative Experience of 3D Digital Archives.- Multimedia Digital Libraries.- Towards a Unified Framework for Context-Preserving Video Retrieval and Summarization.- Content Augmentation and Webification for Enhancing TV Viewing.- CLOVER: A Mobile Content-Based Leaf Image Retrieval System.- Information Processing in Asian Digial Libraries.- Global Memory Net Offers New Innovative Access to Tsurumi's Old Japanese Waka Poems and Tales, and Maps.- Keyword Spotting on Korean Document Images by Matching the Keyword Image.- Robust Feature Extraction for Automatic Classification of Korean Traditional Music in Digital Library.- A New Re-ranking Method for Generic Chinese Text Summarization and Its Evaluation.- Digital Libraries for Community Building.- A User Classification for Internet Content Provider Based Modified Fuzzy Neural Network.- Eyes of a Wiki: Automated Navigation Map.- A Collaborative Filtering Based Re-ranking Strategy for Search in Digital Libraries.- Information Retrieval Techniques.- Harvesting for Full-Text Retrieval.- Word Extraction from Table Regions in Document Images.- Where the Speed Matters... Zero-Response-Time Search Engine for Small Collections.- A Hybrid Information Retrieval Model Using Metadata and Text.- Ontologies and Content Management in Digital Libraries.- A Standards-Based Approach for Supporting Dynamic Access Policies for a Federated Digital Library.- Exploiting Lexical Knowledge in Learning User Profiles for Intelligent Information Access to Digital Collections.- Government Ontology and Thesaurus Construction: A Taiwanese Experience.- Concept Expansion Using Semantic Fisheye Views.- Information Integration and Retrieval Technologies in Digital Libraries.- Development and Evaluation of a Multi-document Summarization Method Focusing on Research Concepts and Their Research Relationships.- Automatic Classification of Western Music in Digital Library.- Finding Pertinent Page-Pairs from Web Search Results.- A Relevant Score Normalization Method Using Shannon's Information Measure.- Configurable Meta-search for Integrating Web Public Access Catalogs.- Information Mining Technologies in Digital Libraries.- Annotating Text Segments Using a Web-Based Categorization Approach.- iQA: An Intelligent Question Answering System.- Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Collaborative Querying Environment.- Opinion Leader Based Filtering.- Digital Library System Architecture and Implementations.- Comparison and Analysis of the Citedness Scores in Web of Science and Google Scholar.- Enhancing Services in a Digital Age - 10 Years of Experience from the Systems Librarians' Perspective.- Constructing a Wrapper-Based DRM System for Digital Content Protection in Digital Libraries.- Digital Preservation Lifecycle Management for Multi-media Collections.- DRMS: Massive Digital Resource Management System Based on OSS.- Information Processing in Digital Libraries.- Developing Communities and Collections with New Media and Information Literacy.- Discovering Patterns from Ontology-Derived Texts.- Multimedia Retrieval Using Time Series Representation and Relevance Feedback.- WebArc: Website Archival Using a Structured Approach.- Human-Computer Interfaces.- Interactive Causal Schematics for Qualitative Scientific Explanations.- Automatic Conversion System for Mobile Cartoon Contents.- Subjective Relevance: Implications on Interface Design for Information Retrieval Systems.- Metadata Issues in Digital Libraries.- Scalability of Databases for Digital Libraries.- GMA-PSMH: A Semantic Metadata Publish-Harvest Protocol for Dynamic Metadata Management Under Grid Environment.- Choosing Appropriate Peer-to-Peer Infrastructure for Your Digital Libraries.- Posters.- XML Document Retrieval for Digital Museum.- Design and Implementation of the IMS-IPMP System in Convergence Home-Network Environment.- Geotechnical Use of WebGIS in Digital Library Projects.- Establishment of "The Multiple Thesaurus of Chinese Classification" and Using Its Application to Improve the Retrieval Efficiency in the Chinese Bibliographic Databases.- METS Cataloging Tool for Heterogeneous Collections.- A Method for Creating a High Quality Collection of Researchers' Homepages from the Web.- Personalized Information Service Based on Social Bookmarking.- Multi-indexing System for News Stories Based on XML Documents.- Two-Stage Access Control Model for XML Security.- Optimal Face Classification by Using Nonsingular Discriminant Waveletfaces for a Face Recognition.- Evaluating Score and Publication Similarity Functions in Digital Libraries.- Facilitating Resource Utilization in Union Catalog Systems.- Research on Grid-Aware Mechanisms and Issues for CADAL Project.- Data Cleansing and Preparation for Moving Toward Electronic Library Repository.- A Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Web Annotation Sharing.- Keynote and Invited Papers.- A Common Grammar for Diverse Vocabularies: The Abstract Model for Dublin Core.- Thai's Invaluable Memory Celebrated Via Global Memory Net.- Digital Library Development in the Asia Pacific.- From the WWW and Minimal Digital Libraries, to Powerful Digital Libraries: Why and How.- Metadata Models Toward Community-Oriented Metadata Schemas.