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JCDL
2009
ACM
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Query parameters for harvesting digital video and associated contextual information
Video is increasingly important to digital libraries and archives as both primary content and as context for the primary objects in collections. Services like YouTube not only off...
Gary Marchionini, Chirag Shah, Christopher A. Lee,...
JCDL
2009
ACM
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Science teachers' use of online resources and the digital library for Earth system education
A three-part study of teachers’ use of online resources and of the Digital Library for Earth System Education (DLESE) was conducted from 2004 through summer 2006. The first two ...
Lecia Jane Barker
JCDL
2009
ACM
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No bull, no spin: a comparison of tags with other forms of user metadata
User-contributed tags have shown promise as a means of indexing multimedia collections by harnessing the combined efforts and enthusiasm of online communities. But tags are only o...
Catherine C. Marshall
JCDL
2009
ACM
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Collecting fragmentary authors in a digital library
This paper discusses new work to represent, in a digital library of classical sources, authors whose works themselves are lost and who survive only where surviving authors quote, ...
Monica Berti, Matteo Romanello, Alison Babeu, Greg...
JCDL
2009
ACM
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Using timed-release cryptography to mitigate the preservation risk of embargo periods
Due to temporary access restrictions, embargoed data cannot be refreshed to unlimited parties during the embargo time interval. A solution to mitigate the risk of data loss has be...
Rabia Haq, Michael L. Nelson
JCDL
2009
ACM
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Finding topic trends in digital libraries
We propose a generative model based on latent Dirichlet allocation for mining distinct topics in document collections by integrating the temporal ordering of documents into the ge...
Levent Bolelli, Seyda Ertekin, Ding Zhou, C. Lee G...
JCDL
2009
ACM
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Disambiguating authors in academic publications using random forests
Users of digital libraries usually want to know the exact author or authors of an article. But different authors may share the same names, either as full names or as initials and...
Pucktada Treeratpituk, C. Lee Giles
JCDL
2009
ACM
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Whetting the appetite of scientists: producing summaries tailored to the citation context
The amount of scientific material available electronically is forever increasing. This makes reading the published literature, whether to stay up-to-date on a topic or to get up ...
Stephen Wan, Cécile Paris, Robert Dale
JCDL
2009
ACM
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Developing a flexible content model for media repositories: a case study
This article describes the process and challenges of developing a content model that can support the content and metadata present in a complex media archive. Media archives have s...
Christopher A. Beer, Peter D. Pinch, Karen Cariani
JCDL
2009
ACM
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Designing the reading experience for scanned multi-lingual picture books on mobile phones
This paper reports on an adaption of the existing PopoutText and ClearText display techniques to mobile phones. It explains the design rationale for a freely available iPhone appl...
Benjamin B. Bederson, Alexander J. Quinn, Allison ...
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