Proceedings of First ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries

Proceedings of First ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries

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Papers in this Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (Roanoke, Virginia, June 24-28, 2001) discuss: automatic genre analysis; text categorization; automated name authority control; automatic event generation; linked active content; designing e-books for legal research; metadata harvesting; mapping the interoperability landscape for networked information retrieval; distributed resource discovery; enforcing interoperability with the open archives initiative (OAI) repository explorer; an OAI service provider for cross-archive searching; managing change on the Web; reputation of Web sites; personalized spiders; global digital library development; Web-based scholarship; multi-view intelligent editor for digital video libraries; digital libraries environments for scientific thinking; open virtual learning environment; automatic identification and organization of index terms; digital library collaborations; public use of digital community information systems; collaborative design with use case scenarios; automatic keyphrasing; legal deposit of digital publications; technology and values; digital strategy for the Library of Congress; multiple digital libraries; technical support workers; digital library recommendation services; digital libraries and data scholarship; metasearching; President's Information Technology Advisory Committee's February 2001 digital library report; searchable collections of enterprise speech data; transcript-free search of audio archives; audio watermarking techniques; music-notation searching and digital libraries; automatic classification of musical instrument sounds; adding content-based searching to a traditional music library catalog server; locating question difficulty through explorations in question space; browsing by phrases; improving video indexing in a digital library; access to a digital video library; digital library design; bucket architecture for the open video project; personalized search and summarization over multimedia healthcare information; automation and human mediation in libraries; preservation of digital information; trading networks of digital archives; cost-driven design for archival repositories; notification service for digital libraries; automated rating of reviewers; digital libraries supporting digital government; digital libraries for young children; preserving, restoring and analyzing damaged manuscripts; digital music libraries; content management for digital museum exhibitions; hierarchical document clustering of digital library retrieval results; interactive visualization of video metadata; categorizing hidden-Web resources; digital facsimile editions and online editing; and image semantics for picture libraries. (AEF)BachStAnne 65 m.1 (Exposition 1), voice 3 of Manual, err=p0 (100%) : BachStAnne 65 m.7 (Exposition 1), voice 1 of Manual, err=p0 (100%) ... For another example, consider a user looking in a digital music library for the old childrena#39;s song that is called in English-speaking ... Mozart used it in his Variations for piano, K. 265, on a€œAh, vous dirais-je, Mamana€; the melody is shown in his version in Figure 6a.

Title:Proceedings of First ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries
Author:Edward Alan Fox
Publisher: - 2001


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