Digital Libraries: Universal and Ubiquitous Access to Information: 11th International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries, ICADL 2008, Bali, Indonesia, December 2-5, 2008, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries, ICADL 2008, held in Bali, Indonesia, in December 2008.

The 30 revised full papers, 20 revised short papers, and extended abstracts of 13 poster papers carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The paper topics cover the spectrum of digital libraries, including multimedia digital libraries, usability and evaluation, information retrieval, ontologies, social tagging, metadata issues, multi- and cross-language retrieval, digital preservation, and scholarly publishing and commmunities.

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Full Papers.- DL2Go: Editable Digital Libraries in the Pocket.- Hierarchical Classification of Web Pages Using Support Vector Machine.- The Prevalence and Use of Web 2.0 in Libraries.- Usability of Digital Repository Software: A Study of DSpace Installation and Configuration.- Developing a Traditional Mongolian Script Digital Library.- Weighing the Usefulness of Social Tags for Content Discovery.- A User Reputation Model for DLDE Learning 2.0 Community.- Query Relaxation Based on Users’ Unconfidences on Query Terms and Web Knowledge Extraction.- A Query Language and Its Processing for Time-Series Document Clusters.- Ontology Construction Based on Latent Topic Extraction in a Digital Library.- Towards Intelligent and Adaptive Digital Library Services.- Searching for Illustrative Sentences for Multiword Expressions in a Research Paper Database.- Query Transformation by Visualizing and Utilizing Information about What Users Are or Are Not Searching.- Language Independent Word Spotting in Scanned Documents.- Focused Page Rank in Scientific Papers Ranking.- Scientific Journals, Overlays and Repositories: A Case of Costs and Sustainability Issues.- A Collaborative Filtering Algorithm Based on Global and Domain Authorities.- Complex Data Transformations in Digital Libraries with Spatio-Temporal Information.- Sentiment Classification of Movie Reviews Using Multiple Perspectives.- Scholarly Publishing in Australian Digital Libraries: An Overview.- Utilizing Semantic, Syntactic, and Question Category Information for Automated Digital Reference Services.- A Collaborative Approach to User Modeling for Personalized Content Recommendations.- Using a Grid for Digital Preservation.- A User-Oriented Approach to Scheduling Collection Building in Greenstone.- LORE: A Compound Object Authoring and Publishing Tool for the Australian Literature Studies Community.- Consolidation of References to Persons in Bibliographic Databases.- On Visualizing Heterogeneous Semantic Networks from Multiple Data Sources.- Using Mutual Information Technique in Cross-Language Information Retrieval.- Exploring User Experiences with Digital Library Services: A Focus Group Approach.- Beyond the Client-Server Model: Self-contained Portable Digital Libraries.- Short Papers.- New Era New Development: An Overview of Digital Libraries in China.- Browse&Read Picture Books in a Group on a Digital Table.- Towards a Webpage-Based Bibliographic Manager.- Spacio-Temporal Analysis Using the Web Archive System Based on Ajax.- Mining a Web2.0 Service for the Discovery of Semantically Similar Terms: A Case Study with Del.icio.us.- Looking for Entities in Bibliographic Records.- Protecting Digital Library Collections with Collaborative Web Image Copy Detection.- Enhancing the Literature Review Using Author-Topic Profiling.- Article Recommendation Based on a Topic Model for Wikipedia Selection for Schools.- On Developing Government Official Appointment and Dismissal Databank.- An Integrated Approach for Smart Digital Preservation System Based on Web Service.- Personalized Digital Library Framework Based on Service Oriented Architecture.- Automatic Document Mapping and Relations Building Using Domain Ontology-Based Lexical Chains.- A Paper Recommender for Scientific Literatures Based on Semantic Concept Similarity.- Network of Scholarship: Uncovering the Structure of Digital Library Author Community.- Understanding Collection Understanding with Collage.- Person Specific Document Retrieval Using Face Biometrics.- The Potential of Collaborative Document Evaluation for Science.- Automated Processing of Digitized Historical Newspapers: Identification of Segments and Genres.- Arabic Manuscripts in a Digital Library Context.- Posters.- Discovering Early Europe in Australia: The Europa Inventa Resource Discovery Service.- Mapping the Question Answering Domain.- A Scavenger Grid for Intranet Indexing.- A Study of Web Preservation for DMP, NDAP, and TELDAP, Taiwan.- Measuring Public Accessibility of Australian Government Web Pages.- Named Entity Recognition for Improving Retrieval and Translation of Chinese Documents.- Current Approaches in Arabic IR: A Survey.- A Bilingual Information Retrieval Thesaurus: Design and Value Addition with Online Lexical Tools.- Entity-Based Classification of Web Page in Search Engine.- MobiTOP: Accessing Hierarchically Organized Georeferenced Multimedia Annotations.- Social Tagging in Digital Archives.- Editor Networks and Making of a Science: A Social Network Analysis of Digital Libraries Journals.- Empowering Doctors through Information and Knowledge.

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