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The Role of Digital Libraries in a Time of Global Change [electronic resource] :12th International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries, ICADL 2010, Gold Coast, Australia, June 21-25, 2010. Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Chowdhury, Gobinda [editor.] | Koo, Chris [editor.] | Hunter, Jane [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 6102Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010.Description: XII, 270 p. 74 illus. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642136542.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer communication systems | Database management | Data mining | Information storage and retrieval | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Information Storage and Retrieval | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet) | Database Management | Computer Communication Networks | Data Mining and Knowledge DiscoveryOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Digital Libraries of Heritage Materials -- A Visual Dictionary for an Extinct Language -- A Scalable Method for Preserving Oral Literature from Small Languages -- Digital Folklore Contents on Education of Childhood Folklore and Corporate Identification System Design -- Ancient-to-Modern Information Retrieval for Digital Collections of Traditional Mongolian Script -- Annotation and Collaboration -- A Collaborative Scholarly Annotation System for Dynamic Web Documents – A Literary Case Study -- The Relation between Comments Inserted onto Digital Textbooks by Students and Grades Earned in the Course -- Visualizing and Exploring Evolving Information Networks in Wikipedia -- Mobility and Migration -- Do Games Motivate Mobile Content Sharing? -- A Multifaceted Approach to Exploring Mobile Annotations -- Model Migration Approach for Database Preservation -- Natural Language Processing -- Automated Processing of Digitized Historical Newspapers beyond the Article Level: Sections and Regular Features -- Keyphrases Extraction from Scientific Documents: Improving Machine Learning Approaches with Natural Language Processing -- Measuring Peculiarity of Text Using Relation between Words on the Web -- Imitating Human Literature Review Writing: An Approach to Multi-document Summarization -- Metadata -- A Study of Users’ Requirements in the Development of Palm Leaf Manuscripts Metadata Schema -- Landscaping Taiwan’s Cultural Heritages – The Implementation of the TELDAP Collection-Level Description -- GLAM Metadata Interoperability -- Metadata Creation: Application for Thai Lanna Historical and Traditional Archives -- Usability and Navigation -- A User-Centric Evaluation of the Europeana Digital Library -- Digital Map Application for Historical Photos -- Supporting Early Document Navigation with Semantic Zooming -- Knowledge Structures -- PODD: An Ontology-Driven Data Repository for Collaborative Phenomics Research -- A Configurable RDF Editor for Australian Curriculum -- Thesaurus Extension Using Web Search Engines -- Images and Retrieval -- Preservation of Cultural Heritage: From Print Book to Digital Library - A Greenstone Experience -- Improving Social Tag-Based Image Retrieval with CBIR Technique -- Identifying Persons in News Article Images Based on Textual Analysis -- Kairos: Proactive Harvesting of Research Paper Metadata from Scientific Conference Web Sites -- Scholarly Collaborations -- Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit: An Institutional Case Study Demonstrating Why Data Digital Libraries Are Not the Whole Answer to E-Research -- Open Access Publishing: An Initial Discussion of Income Sources, Scholarly Journals and Publishers -- Posters -- Ontology-Based Information Management: Exploiting User Perspective within the Motion Picture Industry -- Expertise Mapping Based on a Bibliographic Keyword Annotation Model -- Extended Poster Abstract: Open Source Solution for Massive Map Sheet Georeferencing Tasks for Digital Archiving -- Describing OAI-ORE from the 5S Framework Perspective -- Matching Evolving Hilbert Spaces and Language for Semantic Access to Digital Libraries -- Towards a Pattern-Based Approach for Scientific Writing and Publishing in Chinese -- Evaluation Algorithm about Digital Library Collections Based on Data Mining Technology.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: The year 2010 was a landmark in the history of digital libraries because for the first time this year the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) and the annual International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL) were held together at the Gold Coast in Australia. The combined conferences provided an - portunity for digital library researchers, academics and professionals from across the globe to meet in a single forum to disseminate, discuss, and share their valuable - search. For the past 12 years ICADL has remained a major forum for digital library - searchers and professionals from around the world in general, and for the Asia-Pacific region in particular. Research and development activities in digital libraries that began almost two decades ago have gone through some distinct phases: digital libraries have evolved from mere networked collections of digital objects to robust information services designed for both specific applications as well as global audiences. Con- quently, researchers have focused on various challenges ranging from technical issues such as networked infrastructure and the creation and management of complex digital objects to user-centric issues such as usability, impact and evaluation. Simulta- ously, digital preservation has emerged and remained as a major area of influence for digital library research. Research in digital libraries has also been influenced by s- eral socio-economic and legal issues such as the digital divide, intellectual property, sustainability and business models, and so on. More recently, Web 2.
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Digital Libraries of Heritage Materials -- A Visual Dictionary for an Extinct Language -- A Scalable Method for Preserving Oral Literature from Small Languages -- Digital Folklore Contents on Education of Childhood Folklore and Corporate Identification System Design -- Ancient-to-Modern Information Retrieval for Digital Collections of Traditional Mongolian Script -- Annotation and Collaboration -- A Collaborative Scholarly Annotation System for Dynamic Web Documents – A Literary Case Study -- The Relation between Comments Inserted onto Digital Textbooks by Students and Grades Earned in the Course -- Visualizing and Exploring Evolving Information Networks in Wikipedia -- Mobility and Migration -- Do Games Motivate Mobile Content Sharing? -- A Multifaceted Approach to Exploring Mobile Annotations -- Model Migration Approach for Database Preservation -- Natural Language Processing -- Automated Processing of Digitized Historical Newspapers beyond the Article Level: Sections and Regular Features -- Keyphrases Extraction from Scientific Documents: Improving Machine Learning Approaches with Natural Language Processing -- Measuring Peculiarity of Text Using Relation between Words on the Web -- Imitating Human Literature Review Writing: An Approach to Multi-document Summarization -- Metadata -- A Study of Users’ Requirements in the Development of Palm Leaf Manuscripts Metadata Schema -- Landscaping Taiwan’s Cultural Heritages – The Implementation of the TELDAP Collection-Level Description -- GLAM Metadata Interoperability -- Metadata Creation: Application for Thai Lanna Historical and Traditional Archives -- Usability and Navigation -- A User-Centric Evaluation of the Europeana Digital Library -- Digital Map Application for Historical Photos -- Supporting Early Document Navigation with Semantic Zooming -- Knowledge Structures -- PODD: An Ontology-Driven Data Repository for Collaborative Phenomics Research -- A Configurable RDF Editor for Australian Curriculum -- Thesaurus Extension Using Web Search Engines -- Images and Retrieval -- Preservation of Cultural Heritage: From Print Book to Digital Library - A Greenstone Experience -- Improving Social Tag-Based Image Retrieval with CBIR Technique -- Identifying Persons in News Article Images Based on Textual Analysis -- Kairos: Proactive Harvesting of Research Paper Metadata from Scientific Conference Web Sites -- Scholarly Collaborations -- Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit: An Institutional Case Study Demonstrating Why Data Digital Libraries Are Not the Whole Answer to E-Research -- Open Access Publishing: An Initial Discussion of Income Sources, Scholarly Journals and Publishers -- Posters -- Ontology-Based Information Management: Exploiting User Perspective within the Motion Picture Industry -- Expertise Mapping Based on a Bibliographic Keyword Annotation Model -- Extended Poster Abstract: Open Source Solution for Massive Map Sheet Georeferencing Tasks for Digital Archiving -- Describing OAI-ORE from the 5S Framework Perspective -- Matching Evolving Hilbert Spaces and Language for Semantic Access to Digital Libraries -- Towards a Pattern-Based Approach for Scientific Writing and Publishing in Chinese -- Evaluation Algorithm about Digital Library Collections Based on Data Mining Technology.

The year 2010 was a landmark in the history of digital libraries because for the first time this year the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) and the annual International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL) were held together at the Gold Coast in Australia. The combined conferences provided an - portunity for digital library researchers, academics and professionals from across the globe to meet in a single forum to disseminate, discuss, and share their valuable - search. For the past 12 years ICADL has remained a major forum for digital library - searchers and professionals from around the world in general, and for the Asia-Pacific region in particular. Research and development activities in digital libraries that began almost two decades ago have gone through some distinct phases: digital libraries have evolved from mere networked collections of digital objects to robust information services designed for both specific applications as well as global audiences. Con- quently, researchers have focused on various challenges ranging from technical issues such as networked infrastructure and the creation and management of complex digital objects to user-centric issues such as usability, impact and evaluation. Simulta- ously, digital preservation has emerged and remained as a major area of influence for digital library research. Research in digital libraries has also been influenced by s- eral socio-economic and legal issues such as the digital divide, intellectual property, sustainability and business models, and so on. More recently, Web 2.

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