DL 96: 1st ACM International Conference on Digital Libraries

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  • ISBN-13: 9780897918305
  • Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
  • Publication date: 10/28/1996
  • Pages: 200

Table of Contents

Keynote Address: Interoperability Issues in Digital Libraries 1
Building a Digital Library: The Perseus Project as a Case Study in the Humanities 3
Towards the Digital Music Library: Tune Retrieval from Acoustic Input 11
VISION: A Digital Video Library 19
The Role of Intermediary Services in Emerging Digital Libraries 29
Toward the Bibliographic Control of Works: Derivative Bibliographic Relationships in an Online Union Catalog 36
Graphical Table of Contents 45
Visual Relevance Analysis 54
A Browsing Tool of Multi-lingual Documents for Users without Multi-lingual Fonts 63
Keynote Address: How Will We Know When It Is a Library? 72
User Controlled Overviews of an Image Library: A Case Study of the Visible Human 74
A Spatial Approach to Organizing and Locating Digital Libraries and Their Content 83
Index Structures for Structured Documents 91
Toward Active, Extensible, Networked Documents: Multivalent Architecture and Applications 100
Physical Objects in the Digital Library 109
Natural Language Information Retrieval In Digital Libraries 117
Interactive Term Suggestion for Users of Digital Libraries: Using Subject Thesauri and Co-occurrence Lists for Information Retrieval 126
Information Product Evaluation as Asynchronous Communication in Context: A Model for Organizational Research 134
Text to Hypertext: Can Clustering Solve the Problem in Digital Libraries? 144
Indexing Handwriting Using Word Matching 151
Building a Scalable and Accurate Copy Detection Mechanism 160
Metadata to Describe Information in Digital Libraries 170
User Needs Assessment and Evaluation 170
Social Aspects of Digital Libraries 170
Repository Interactions 171
Digitization and Conversion 171
Naming Objects in the Digital Library 172
National Agricultural Library: Agricultural Network Information Center (AgNIC) A Model for Access to Distributed Resources 174
National Library of Medicine: Knowledge-Based Biomedical Information Retrieval 175
The Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines and Their Applications to Building Digital Libraries 184
User Needs Assessment and Evaluation 186
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