Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries

4th European Conference, ECDL 2000 Lisbon, Portugal, September 18–20, 2000 Proceedings

  • José Borbinha
  • Thomas Baker
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 1923)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVII
  2. Research Papers

    1. Optical Recognition

      1. F. Muge, I. Granado, M. Mengucci, P. Pina, V. Ramos, N. Sirakov et al.
        Pages 1-13
      2. J. Caldas Pinto, P. Vieira, M. Ramalho, M. Mengucci, P. Pina, F. Muge
        Pages 24-34
      3. Manabu Ohta, Atsuhiro Takasu, Jun Adachi
        Pages 35-44
    2. Information Retrieval

    3. Metadata

      1. Ann Apps, Ross MacIntyre
        Pages 93-102
      2. Carl Lagoze, Jane Hunter, Dan Brickley
        Pages 103-116
      3. Martin Heß, Christian Mönch, Oswald Drobnik
        Pages 117-126
      4. José Manuel Barrueco Cruz1, Markus J. R. Klink, Thomas Krichel
        Pages 127-127
    4. Frameworks

      1. Brian Cooper, Arturo Crespo, Hector Garcia-Molina
        Pages 128-143
      2. Sandra Payette, Carl Lagoze
        Pages 144-157
      3. Kurt Maly, Mohammad Zubair, Hesham Anan, Dun Tan, Yunchuan Zhang
        Pages 168-179
    5. Multimedia

      1. Günther Specht, MichaelG. Bauer
        Pages 180-189
      2. Arturo Crespo, Hector Garcia-Molina
        Pages 190-205
      3. Hyowon Lee, Alan F. Smeaton, Catherine Berrut, Noel Murphy, Seán Marlow, Noel E. O’Connor
        Pages 206-218

About these proceedings

Introduction

ECDL2000, the Fourth European Conference on Research and Advanced Te- nology for Digital Libraries, is being held this year in Lisbon, Portugal, following previous events in Pisa (1997), Heraklion (1998), and Paris (1999). One major goal of the ECDL conference series has been to draw information professionals, stakeholders, and user communities from both the research world and from - dustry into a discussion of the alternative technologies, policies, and scenarios for global digital libraries. The success of previous conferences makes them a hard act to follow. The eld of digital libraries draws on a truly diverse set of scienti c and technical disciplines. In the past three years, moreover, global cooperation on research and development has emerged as an urgent priority, particularly in the new European Framework Programme and in the Digital Library Initiative in the United States. Because of this diversity, the eld is perhaps still struggling for an identity. But this struggle for identity is itself a source of energy and creativity. P- ticipants in this eld feel themselves to be part of a special community, with special people. Each of us may claim expertise on a narrow issue, with speci c projects, but the choices we make and the methods we use in local solutions can have unforeseen impacts within a growing universe of interconnected resources.

Keywords

Distributed Databases Document Analysis ECDL Indexing Information Services Library Science Metadata Multimedia Information Systems Text Processing User Inte digital libraries information retrieval information system multimedia user interface

Editors and affiliations

  • José Borbinha
    • 1
  • Thomas Baker
    • 2
  1. 1.National Library of PortugalLisboaPortugal
  2. 2.GMD LibrarySankt AugustinGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-45268-0
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2000
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-41023-2
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-45268-3
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
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