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Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries

Second European Conference, ECDL'98, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, September 21-23, 1998, Proceedings

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Digital Libraries are complex and advanced forms of information systems which extend and augment their physical counterparts by amplifying existing resources and services and enabling development of new kinds of human problem solving and expression. Their complexity arises from the data-rich domain of discourse as well as from extended demands for multi-disciplinary input, involving distributed systems architectures, structured digital documents, collaboration support, human-computer interaction, information filtering, etc. In addition to the broad range of technical issues, ethics and intellectual property rights add to the complication that is normally associated with the development, maintenance, and use of Digital Libraries. The Second European Conference on Digital Libraries (ECDL'98) builds upon the success of the first of this series of European Conferences on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, held last year in Pisa, Italy, September 1-3, 1997. This series of conferences is partially funded by the TMR Programme of the European Commission and is actively supported and promoted by the European Research Consortium on Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM). The aim is to bring together the different communities involved in the development of Digital Libraries, to review progress and to discuss strategies, research and technological development (RTD) issues, as well as specific topics related to the European context. These communities include professionals from universities, research centres, industry, government agencies, public libraries, etc.

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Digital Libraries are complex and advanced forms of information systems which extend and augment their physical counterparts by amplifying existing resources and services and enabling development of new kinds of human problem solving and expression. Their complexity arises from the data-rich domain of discourse as well as from extended demands for multi-disciplinary input, involving distributed systems architectures, structured digital documents, collaboration support, human-computer interaction, information filtering, etc. In addition to the broad range of technical issues, ethics and intellectual property rights add to the complication that is normally associated with the development, maintenance, and use of Digital Libraries. The Second European Conference on Digital Libraries (ECDL'98) builds upon the success of the first of this series of European Conferences on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, held last year in Pisa, Italy, September 1-3, 1997. This series of conferences is partially funded by the TMR Programme of the European Commission and is actively supported and promoted by the European Research Consortium on Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM). The aim is to bring together the different communities involved in the development of Digital Libraries, to review progress and to discuss strategies, research and technological development (RTD) issues, as well as specific topics related to the European context. These communities include professionals from universities, research centres, industry, government agencies, public libraries, etc. 

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Invited Talks.- Intelligent Multimedia Communication.- Autonomous Search in
Complex Spaces.- Scientific Digital Libraries in Germany: Global-Info, a Federal
Government Initiative.- Papers.- Flexible and Extensible Digital Object and
Repository Architecture (FEDORA).- The Alexandria Digital Library Architecture.-
A Framework for the Encapsulation of Value-Added Services in Digital Objects.- A
Management Architecture for Measuring and Monitoring the Behavior of Digital
Libraries.- Building HyperView Wrappers for Publisher Web Sites.- The
Application of Metadata Standards to Video Indexing.- Search and Progressive
Information Retrieval From Distributed Image/Video Databases: The SPIRE
Project.- Improving The Spatial-Temporal Clue Based Segmentation By The Use Of
Rhythm.- Multilingual Information Retrieval Based on Document Alignment
Techniques.- Experimental Studies on an Applet-Based Document Viewer for
Multilingual WWW Documents -Functional Extension of and Lessons Learned from
Multilingual HTML.- SIS - TMS: A Thesaurus Management System for Distributed
Digital Collections.- Parallel Text Alignment.- An Analysis of Usage of a
Digital Library.- Illustrated Book Study: Digital Conversion Requirements of
Printed Illustrations.- Structuring Facilities in Digital Libraries.-
E-Referencer: A Prototype Expert System Web Interface to Online Catalogs.- The
Planetary Data System - A Case Study in the Development and Management of
Meta-Data for a Scientific Digital Library.- Performing Arts Data Service - An
Online Digital Resource Library.- Learning User Communities for Improving the
Services of Information Providers.- Soft Navigation in Product Catalogs.- Mixing
and Merging for Spoken Document Retrieval.- An Integrated Approach to Semantic
Evaluation and Content-Based Retrieval of Multimedia Documents.- Taiscéalaí:
Information Retrieval from an Archive of Spoken Radio News.- Semantic
Structuring and Visual Querying of Document Abstracts in Digital Libraries.-
Documentation, Cataloging, and Query by Navigation: A Practical and Sound
Approach.- Signature File Methods for Semantic Query Caching.- Introducing MIRA:
A Retrieval Applications' Development Environment.- Interacting with IDL: The
Adaptive Visual Interface.- Evaluating a Visual Navigation System for a Digital
Library.- Visualizing Document Classification: A Search Aid for the Digital
Library.- A Linguistically Motivated Probabilistic Model of Information
Retrieval.- The C-value/NC-value Method of Automatic Recognition for Multi-word
Terms.- Comparing the Effect of Syntactic vs. Statistical Phrase Indexing
Strategies for Dutch.- Reduction of Expanded Search Terms for Fuzzy English-Text
Retrieval.- Posters.- Internet Publications: Pay-per-Use or
Pay-per-Subscription?.- Statistical Identification of Domain-Specific Keyterms
for Text Summarisation.- The STACS Electronic Submission Service.- Integrating
Article Databases and Full Text Archives into a Digital Journal Collection.-
Alerting in a Digital Library Environment Do Channels Meet the Requirements?.-
NAIST Digital Video Library: Tools for Restructuring Video Data for the Content
Based Information Retrieval - A Representative Image of Shot Concept for the
Internet.- LIBERATION: A Value-Added Digital Library.- A Methodology to Annotate
Cultural Heritage Digital Video.- BALTICSEAWEB - Geographic User Interface to
Bibliographic Information.- Implementing Powerful Retrieval Capabilities in a
Distributed Environment for Libraries and Archives.- OWL-Cat: A Web-Based OPAC
Appealing End-Users to Exploit Library Resources.- Towards a Framework for
Building Collaborative Information Searching Systems.- Toward A New Paradigm for
Library Instruction in the Digital Library.- Ontobroker in a Nutshell.- WAY: An
Architecture for User Adapted Access to Z39.50 Servers based on Intelligent
Agents.- ARIADNE - Digital Library Architecture.- Facts and Myths of Browsing
and Searching in a Digital Library.- New Media Showcase.- Creating a
Collaborative Task-specific Information Retrieval System.- EULER: An EU
'Telematics for Libraries' Project.- A Virtual Community Library: SICS Digital
Library Infrastructure Project.- Digital Libraries: Information Broker Roles in
Collaborative Filtering.- Virtual Reality and Agents in a Digital Library.- The
European Schoolnet An Attempt to Share Information and Services.- The Document
Management System Saros Mezzanine and the New Product AGORA as Key Component in
a Digital Library Architecture at Göttingen University Library.- Electronic
Roads in the Information Society.- The Technical Chamber of Greece Digital
Library: The Vision of a Special Organisation to Save and Disseminate its
Information Work through the Network.- Used-Centered Design of Adaptive
Interfaces for Digital Libraries.- A New Method for Segmenting Newspaper
Articles.- Broadway: A Case-Based Browsing Advisor for the Web.- A Digital
Library Model for the Grey Literature of Academic Institutes.- Cross-Language
Web Querying: The EuroSearch Approach.- Panels.- Interaction Design in Digital
Libraries.- Beyond Navigation as Metaphor.- User Interaction in Digital
Libraries: Coping with Diversity through Adaptation.- Metadata and Content-Based
Approaches to Resource Discovery.- Architectures and Services for Cultural
Heritage Information.- Federated Scientific Data Repositories for the
Environment Towards Global Scalable Management of Environmental Information: How
Useful Will They Be? What Is their Potential Impact? Shall we Save the
Environment?.- Special Sessions.- Preservation and Access: Two Sides of the Same
Coin.- Access Versus Holdings: The Paradox of the Internet.- The Human Factors
in Digital Library Development.- Digital Information Management within Modern
Library Systems, Consortia and e- journals.- Delos Workshop.- METU-EMar: An
Agent-Based Electronic Marketplace on the Web.- Electronic Commerce for
Software.- RainMaker: Workflow Execution Using Distributed, Interoperable
Components.- Design Criteria for a Virtual Market Place (ViMP).- Intellectual
Property Rights and the Global Information Network.- NetBazaar: Networked
Electronic Markets for Trading Computation and Information Services.- The Shift
Towards Electronic Commerce: Market Transformation and Employment Impact.- The
Coyote Project: Framework for Multi-party E-Commerce.- MarketNet: Using Virtual
Currency to Protect Information Systems.- Demonstrations.- CiBIT: Biblioteca
Italiana Telematica A Digital Library for the Italian Cultural Heritage.- The
ERCIM Technical Reference Digital Library.- NAIST Digital Library. 

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Erschienen: September 1998
Auflage: 1998. 1998
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KNO-SAMMLUNG: Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1513
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KNOABBVERMERK: 1998. 1998. xxx, 918 S. 235 mm
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KNOMITARBEITER: Herausgegeben:Nikolaou, Christos; Stephanidis, Constantine
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