Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries

Second European Conference, ECDL’98 Heraklion, Crete, Greece September 21–23, 1998 Proceedings

Conference proceedings ECDL 1998

DOI: 10.1007/3-540-49653-X

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 1513)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. Invited Talks

    1. Mark Maybury, Oliviero Stock, Wolfgang Wahlster
      Pages 1-11
    2. Erol Gelenbe
      Pages 13-28
  3. Papers

    1. Architectures for Digital Libraries

      1. James Frew, Michael Freeston, Nathan Freitas, Linda Hill, Greg Janee, Kevin Lovette et al.
        Pages 61-73
      2. Manolis Marazakis, Dimitris Papadakis, Stavros A. Papadakis
        Pages 75-94
      3. Sarantos Kapidakis, Sotirios Terzis, Jakka Sairamesh
        Pages 95-114
      4. Lukas C. Faulstich, Myra Spiliopoulou
        Pages 115-134
    2. Image Digital Libraries

      1. Jane Hunter, Renato Iannella
        Pages 135-156
      2. Vittorio Castelli, Lawrence D. Bergman, Chung-Sheng Li, John R. Smith
        Pages 157-168
      3. Walid Mahdi, Liming Chen, Dominique Fontaine
        Pages 169-181
    3. Multilinguality

      1. Martin Braschler, Peter Scäuble
        Pages 183-197
      2. Shigeo Sugimoto, Akira Maeda, Myriam Dartois, Jun Ohta, Shigetaka Nakao, Tetsuo Sakaguchi et al.
        Pages 199-214
      3. Charles B. Owen, James Ford, Fillia Makedon, Tilmann Steinberg
        Pages 235-260
    4. DL Technologies for Libraries

      1. Steve Jones, Sally Jo Cunningham, Rodger McNab
        Pages 261-277
      2. Anne R. Kenney, Louis H. Sharpe II, Barbara Berger
        Pages 279-293
      3. Peter J. Nürnberg, Uffe K. Wiil, John J. Leggett
        Pages 295-313
      4. Christopher S. G. Khoo, Danny C. C. Poo, Teck-Kang Toh, Soon-Kah Liew, Anne N. M. Goh
        Pages 315-333

About these proceedings

Introduction

Digital Libraries are complex and advanced forms of information systems which extend and augment their physical counterparts by amplifying existing resources and services and enabling development of new kinds of human problem solving and expression. Their complexity arises from the data-rich domain of discourse as well as from extended demands for multi-disciplinary input, involving distributed systems architectures, structured digital documents, collaboration support, human-computer interaction, information filtering, etc. In addition to the broad range of technical issues, ethics and intellectual property rights add to the complication that is normally associated with the development, maintenance, and use of Digital Libraries. The Second European Conference on Digital Libraries (ECDL’98) builds upon the success of the first of this series of European Conferences on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, held last year in Pisa, Italy, September 1-3, 1997. This series of conferences is partially funded by the TMR Programme of the European Commission and is actively supported and promoted by the European Research Consortium on Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM). The aim is to bring together the different communities involved in the development of Digital Libraries, to review progress and to discuss strategies, research and technological development (RTD) issues, as well as specific topics related to the European context. These communities include professionals from universities, research centres, industry, government agencies, public libraries, etc.

Keywords

Business-Intelligence Digital Libraries Architecture Digital Library Queries Digital Video Electronic Commerce Image Digital Libraries Information Retrieval Internet Navigation Metadata Standards WWW architecture architectures information management learning

Bibliographic information

  • Copyright Information Springer-VerlagBerlin Heidelberg 1998
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-65101-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-49653-3
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743