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Keeping a digital library clean: new solutions to old problems

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Keeping a digital library clean: new solutions to old problems
Digital Libraries are complex information systems that involve rich sets of digital objects and their respective metadata, along with multiple organizational structures and services (e.g., searching, browsing, and personalization), and are normally built having a target community of users with specific interests. Central to the success of this type of system is the quality of their services and content. In the context of DLs of scientific literature, among the many problems faced to sustain their information quality, two specific ones, related to information consistency, have taken a lot of attention from the research community: name disambiguation and lack of information to access the full-text of cataloged documents. In this paper, we examine these two problems and describe the solutions we have proposed to solve them. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.3.7 [Information Storage and Retrieval]: Digital Libraries
Alberto H. F. Laender, Marcos André Gon&cce
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Type Conference
Year 2008
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Authors Alberto H. F. Laender, Marcos André Gonçalves, Ricardo G. Cota, Anderson A. Ferreira, Rodrygo L. T. Santos, Allan J. C. Silva
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