Program


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Daily Schedule

Sunday, 23 September 2012

Sunday, 23 September 2012

Conference Day 0 - Doctoral Consortium
14:00-15:30 Doctoral Consortium
15:30-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-17:30 Doctoral Consortium

Monday, 24 September 2012

Monday, 24 September 2012

Conference Day 1
09:00-09:30

Welcome

09:30-10:30

Keynote Speaker I - Mounia Lalmas

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Parallel Sessions

Linked Data - Track 1

Identifying References to Datasets in Publications. Full Paper
Katarina Boland, Dominique Ritze, Kai Eckert and Brigitte Mathiak.

Collaborative tagging of art digital libraries: Who should be tagging? A Case Study. Full Paper
Malika Mahoui, Crystal Boston-Clay, Rob Stein and Naveen Tirupattur.

A System for Exposing Linguistic Linked Open Data. Short Paper
Emanuele Di Buccio, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio and Gianmaria Silvello.

Linking the Parliamentary record: a new approach to metadata for legislative proceedings. Short Paper
Richard Gartner.


Analysing and Enriching Documents - Track 2

A Ground Truth Bleed-Through Document Image Database. Full Paper
Róisín Rowley-Brooke, François Pitié and Anil Kokaram.

Identifying “Soft 404” Error Pages: Analyzing the Lexical Signatures of Documents in Distributed Collections. Full Paper
Luis Meneses, Richard Furuta and Frank Shipman.

Semantic Document Selection. Short Paper
Daan Odijk, Ork de Rooij, Maria-Hendrike Peetz, Toine Pieters, Maarten de Rijke and Stephen Snelders.

User-defined semantic enrichment of full-text documents: Experiences and lessons learned. Short Paper
Annika Hinze, Ralf Heese, Alexa Schlegel and Markus Luczak-Rösch.

12:30-14:30

Lunch break

Steering committee meeting

14:30-16:00 Parallel Sessions

Folksonomy and Ontology - Track 1

A methodology for folksonomy evaluation. Full Paper
Spyros Daglas, Constantia Kakali, Dionysis Kakavoulis, Marina Koumaki and Christos Papatheodorou.

Advanced Automatic Mapping from Flat or Hierarchical Metadata Schemas to a Semantic Web Ontology. Requirements, Languages, Tools. Full Paper
Justyna Walkowska and Marcin Werla.

Ontological Formalization of Scientific Experiments based on Core Scientific Metadata Model. Short Paper
Armand Brahaj, Matthias Razum and Frank Schwichtenberg.

Domain Analysis for a Video Game Metadata Schema: Issues and Challenges. Short Paper
Jin Ha Lee, Joseph T. Tennis and Rachel Ivy Clarke.


Extracting and Indexing - Track 2

Improved Bibliographic Reference Parsing Based on Repeated Patterns. Full Paper
Guido Sautter and Klemens Böhm.

Catching the Drift – Indexing Implicit Knowledge in Chemical Digital Libraries. Full Paper
Benjamin Köhncke, Sascha Tönnies and Wolf-Tilo Balke.

Using Visual Cues for the Extraction of Web Image Semantic Information. Short Paper
Georgia Tryfou and Nicolas Tsapatsoulis.

16:00-16:30

Coffee break

16:30-17:30 Minute Madness
17:30-18:30 Poster/ Demo session
19:00-20:30 Welcome Reception

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Conference Day 2
09:30-10:30

Keynote Speaker II - Andreas Lanitis

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:00 Parallel Sessions

Mobiles & Place - Track 1

Toward Mobile-Friendly Libraries: The Status Quo. Full Paper
Dongwon Lee.

Listen to Tipple: Creating a mobile Digital Library with location-triggered audio books. Short Paper
Annika Hinze and David Bainbridge.

Re-finding physical documents: Extending a Digital Library into a Human-Centred Workplace. Short Paper
Annika Hinze and Amay Dighe.

Content and Metadata Quality - Track 2

Finding Quality Issues in SKOS Vocabularies. Full Paper
Christian Mader, Bernhard Haslhofer and Antoine Isaac.

On MultiView-Based Meta-Learning for Automatic Quality Assessment of Wiki Articles. Full Paper
Daniel Hasan Dalip, Marcos Goncalves, Marco Cristo and Pável Calado.

12:00-13:30

Lunch break

13:30-15:30 Parallel Sessions

Preservation - Track 1

PrEV: Preserving and Providing Web Pages and User-Generated Contents. Full Paper
Anqi Cui, Liner Yang, Dejun Hou, Min-Yen Kan, Yiqun Liu, Min Zhang and Shaoping Ma.

Preserving Scientific Processes from Design to Publications. Full Paper
Rudolf Mayer, Andreas Rauber, Martin Alexander Neumann, Goncalo Antunes and John Thomson.

Losing My Revolution: How Many Resources Shared on Social Media Have Been Lost? Full Paper
Hany Salaheldeen and Michael Nelson.

Applying Digital Library Technologies to Nuclear Forensics. Short Paper
Electra Sutton, Chloe Reynolds, Fredric Gey and Ray Larson.

Automatic Vandalism Detection in Wikipedia with Active Associative Classification. Short Paper
Maria Sumbana, Rodrigo Silva, Marcos Goncalves, Jussara Almeida and Adriano Veloso.

Organising Collections - Track 2

Evaluating the use of clustering for automatically organising digital library collections. Full Paper
Mark Michael Hall, Paul Clough and Mark Stevenson.

A Unique Arrangement: Organizing Collections for Digital Libraries, Archives, and Repositories. Full Paper
Jeff Crow, Luis Francisco-Revilla, April Norris, Shilpa Shukla and Ciaran Trace.

Mix-n-Match: Building Personal Libraries from Web Content. Full Paper
Matthias Geel, Timothy Church and Moira Norrie.

Machine Learning in Building a Collection of Computer Science Course Syllabi. Short Paper
Nakul Rathod and Lillian Cassel.

PubLight: Managing Publications using a Task-oriented Approach. Short Paper
Matthias Geel, Michael Nebeling and Moira Norrie.

15:30-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-17:30 Parallel Sessions
Panel: "Evaluating Digital Libraries - Methodologies and Challenges" - Track 1

Anne Adams, Open University, United Kingdom

Jose Borbinha, IST, Portugal

Mick Khoo, Drexel University, USA

Mounia Lalmas, Yahoo Research Spain

Information Retrieval - Track 2

A Benchmark for Content-Based Retrieval in Bivariate Data Collections. Full Paper
Maximilian Scherer, Tatiana von Landesberger and Tobias Schreck.

Web Search Personalization Using Social Data. Full Paper
Dong Zhou, Seamus Lawless and Vincent Wade.

A model for searching musical scores by instrumentation. Short Paper
Michel Beigbeder.

Extending Term Suggestion with Author Names. Short Paper
Philipp Schaer, Philipp Mayr and Thomas Lüke.

19:00

Conference Dinner

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Conference Day 3
09:30-10:30

Keynote Speaker III - Cathy Marshall

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Parallel Sessions

Heritage and Sustainability - Track 1

User Needs for Enhanced Engagement with Cultural Heritage Collections. Full Paper
Mark S. Sweetnam, Maristella Agosti, Nicola Orio, Chiara Ponchia, Christina M. Steiner, Eva-Catherine Hillemann, Micheál Ó Siochrú and Séamus Lawless.

Digital Library Sustainability and Design Processes. Full Paper
Anne Adams and Pauline Ngimwa.

Creation of textual versions of historical documents from Polish digital libraries. Short Paper
Adam Dudczak, Miłosz Kmieciak and Marcin Werla.

Increasing Recall for Text Reuse in Historical Documents to Support Research in Humanities. Short Paper
Marco Büchler, Gregory Crane, Alison Babeu and Maria Moritz.

User Behaviour - Track 2

What Would ‘Google’ Do? Users’ Mental Models of a Digital Library Search Engine. Full Paper
Michael Khoo and Catherine Hall.

Exploration of ebook selection from academic library collections. Full Paper
Dana Mckay, Annika Hinze, Ralf Heese, Nicholas Vanderschantz, Claire Timpany and Sally Jo Cunningham.

Information Seekers' Visual Focus During Time Constraint Document Triage. Short Paper
Fernando Loizides.

Which Words Do You Remember? Temporal Properties of Language Use in Digital Archives. Short Paper
Nina Tahmasebi, Gerhard Gossen and Thomas Risse.

12:30-13:00

Closing Session

Thursday, 27 September 2012

Thursday, 27 September 2012

Workshops
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
09:00-10:30 Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3
10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3
12:30-14:00

Lunch break

14:00-15:30 Workshop 2 Workshop 3
15:30-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-17:30 Workshop 2 Workshop 3

Keynote Speakers

We have three interesting keynote speakers lined up this year for TPDL 2012.
These are:


Workshops

TPDL 2012 will be hosting four very interesting workshops. Please follow the links for each of the workshop to learn more about it and find information regarding submission deadlines etc. All workshops are one-day-workshops and will be held on September 27, 2012.


Tutorials

Full day tutorials

Tutorial 1: Building Digital Library Collections With Greenstone - Cancelled
David Bainbridge

This tutorial is designed for those who want an introduction to building a digital library using an open source software program, and will be centered upon Greenstone 3 and its "librarian" interface, a graphical tool for developing and managing digital collections. The Greenstone software has a pedigree of over a decade, with over for example 750,000 downloads from SourceForge. The premier version of the software has, up to this point, been Greenstone 2 (version 2.85) - this tutorial will be the first ever given on Greenstone 3. The new version of the software is a complete redesign and reimplementation of the original version to take better advantage of newer standards and web technologies that have been developed since the original implementation of Greenstone. No programming experience is needed for the tutorial. Attendees should be familiar with HTML and the Web, and be aware of representation standards such as Unicode and Dublin Core.


Tutorial 2: Mapping cross-domain metadata to the Europeana Data Model (EDM) - Cancelled
Antoine Isaac, Valentine Charles, Vassilis Tzouvaras, Steffen Hennicke

Europeana provides a common access point to digital cultural heritage objects across different cultural domains. Europeana is working with EDM, the Europeana Data Model, which will replace the current Europeana Semantic Elements (ESE). EDM is designed as a framework for collecting, connecting and enriching the descriptions provided by Europeana data providers.Therefore this model is not built on any particular community standard but reuses well-known standards developed in the Semantic Web community, such as the Resource Description Framework (RDF), the OAI Object Reuse and Exchange (ORE), and Dublin Core namespaces.Thematic aggregators around Europeana have developed or adopted domain standards (e.g.LIDO, EAD, EBUcore etc.) to help providers creating mappings from their proprietary metadata sets to those standards. Then, to ingest the material to Europeana, mappings from each of those standards to EDM are required.
MINT participates in aggregation, digitization and technology-enabling projects & initiatives for digital cultural heritage. These typically involve the design, implementation and execution of a metadata (and/or content) ingestion strategy, according to their respective domain(s) and scope, the participating institutions and, available resources and time. MINT services compose a web based platform that is employed from the first steps of such workflows, corresponding to the ingestion, mapping, transformation and enrichment of metadata records.MINT uses a visual mapping editor for the XSL language to implement crosswalks to various standards including EDM. It is being used by a growing number of providers that align proprietary data structures to a variety of standard or aggregation-specific models, and in that way establish and maintain interoperability with aggregators and Europeana.


Tutorial 3: Developing and managing curation-oriented repositories - Cancelled
Stavros Angelis, Panos Constantopoulos, Costis Dallas, Dimitris Gavrilis

Organizations, as well as individuals, are creating digital collections of various kinds, scope and value at an invariably increasing rate. These collections are increasingly stored and managed in repositories, either maintained in-house, or in the form of on-line services. In either case, the information structures, operating policies, and user services of the repository have to be designed to meet the specific operational goals of the organization (or the individual). In addition, the design should address requirements concerning the quality, longevity and value of the data, in order to meet digital asset development goals. In other words, the repository should support digital curation and preservation by design. From an information lifecycle perspective, digital curation encompasses a number of processes geared to achieving trustworthiness of digital resources, organization, archiving and long-term preservation, as well as added-value services and new uses for the resources. The goal of the tutorial is to introduce key concepts and provide operational knowledge of curation and preservation processes within an enabling repository environment.

Half day tutorials

Tutorial 4: From Preserving Data to Preserving Processes - Cancelled
Rudolf Mayer, Andreas Rauber

Awareness for the need to provide digital preservation solutions is spreading from the core memory institutions to other domains, including government, industry, SME and consumers. In many of these settings we are, however, faced with preserving more than just the data as the process underlying its creation and use is essential. This raises the need to provide means for preserving entire business/e-science processes, raising new challenges with respect to the information to be collected, means to preserve it and specifically approaches to evaluating the re-execution of a preserved process.
This tutorial will provide an introduction into the challenges of process preservation. It will present a context model, introducing the range of artefacts that may need to be captured, from data, software and accompanying documentation, to legal and human resource aspects. It will further focus specifically on the challenges of evaluating the execution of a preserved process, discussing means to establish its authenticity. Scenarios discussed will include specifically e-science settings, but may be expanded to other examples according to the participants interests.


Tutorial 5: Browsing Hierarchy Construction for Ad-hoc Document Collections - Cancelled
Grace Hui Yang


Publication List

Full Papers

  • A Benchmark for Content-Based Retrieval in Bivariate Data Collections
  • Maximilian Scherer, Tatiana von Landesberger and Tobias Schreck

  • PrEV: Preserving and Providing Web Pages and User-Generated Contents
  • Anqi Cui, Liner Yang, Dejun Hou, Min-Yen Kan, Yiqun Liu, Min Zhang and Shaoping Ma

  • Catching the Drift – Indexing Implicit Knowledge in Chemical Digital Libraries
  • Benjamin Köhncke, Sascha Tönnies and Wolf-Tilo Balke

  • Web Search Personalization Using Social Data
  • Dong Zhou, Seamus Lawless and Vincent Wade

  • Exploration of ebook selection from academic library collections
  • Dana Mckay, Annika Hinze, Ralf Heese, Nicholas Vanderschantz, Claire Timpany and Sally Jo Cunningham

  • Evaluating the use of clustering for automatically organising digital library collections
  • Mark Michael Hall, Paul Clough and Mark Stevenson

  • Identifying References to Datasets in Publications
  • Katarina Boland, Dominique Ritze, Kai Eckert and Brigitte Mathiak

  • Advanced Automatic Mapping from Flat or Hierarchical Metadata Schemas to a Semantic Web Ontology. Requirements, Languages, Tools
  • Justyna Walkowska and Marcin Werla

  • Mix-n-Match: Building Personal Libraries from Web Content
  • Matthias Geel, Timothy Church and Moira Norrie

  • Finding Quality Issues in SKOS Vocabularies
  • Christian Mader, Bernhard Haslhofer and Antoine Isaac

  • Toward Mobile-Friendly Libraries: The Status Quo
  • Dongwon Lee

  • Improved Bibliographic Reference Parsing Based on Repeated Patterns
  • Guido Sautter and Klemens Böhm

  • A Unique Arrangement: Organizing Collections for Digital Libraries, Archives, and Repositories
  • Jeff Crow, Luis Francisco-Revilla, April Norris, Shilpa Shukla and Ciaran Trace

  • Collaborative tagging of art digital libraries: Who should be tagging? A Case Study
  • Malika Mahoui, Crystal Boston-Clay, Rob Stein and Naveen Tirupattur

  • What Would ‘Google’ Do? Users’ Mental Models of a Digital Library Search Engine
  • Michael Khoo and Catherine Hall

  • User Needs for Enhanced Engagement with Cultural Heritage Collections
  • Mark S. Sweetnam, Maristella Agosti, Nicola Orio, Chiara Ponchia, Christina M. Steiner, Eva-Catherine Hillemann, Micheál Ó Siochrú and Séamus Lawless

  • On MultiView-Based Meta-Learning for Automatic Quality Assessment of Wiki Articles
  • Daniel Hasan Dalip, Marcos Goncalves, Marco Cristo and Pável Calado

  • A Ground Truth Bleed-Through Document Image Database
  • Róisín Rowley-Brooke, François Pitié and Anil Kokaram

  • Digital Library Sustainability and Design Processes
  • Anne Adams and Pauline Ngimwa

  • Identifying “Soft 404” Error Pages: Analyzing the Lexical Signatures of Documents in Distributed Collections
  • Luis Meneses, Richard Furuta and Frank Shipman

  • Losing My Revolution: How Many Resources Shared on Social Media Have Been Lost?
  • Hany Salaheldeen and Michael Nelson

  • Preserving Scientific Processes from Design to Publications
  • Rudolf Mayer, Andreas Rauber, Martin Alexander Neumann, Goncalo Antunes and John Thomson

  • A methodology for folksonomy evaluation
  • Spyros Daglas, Constantia Kakali, Dionysis Kakavoulis, Marina Koumaki and Christos Papatheodorou
               

Short Papers

  • Linking the Parliamentary record: a new approach to metadata for legislative proceedings
  • Richard Gartner

  • PubLight: Managing Publications using a Task-oriented Approach
  • Matthias Geel, Michael Nebeling and Moira Norrie

  • Extending Term Suggestion with Author Names
  • Philipp Schaer, Philipp Mayr and Thomas Lüke

  • Which Words Do You Remember? Temporal Properties of Language Use in Digital Archives
  • Nina Tahmasebi, Gerhard Gossen and Thomas Risse

  • Applying Digital Library Technologies to Nuclear Forensics
  • Electra Sutton, Chloe Reynolds, Fredric Gey and Ray Larson

  • Automatic Vandalism Detection in Wikipedia with Active Associative Classification
  • Maria Sumbana, Rodrigo Silva, Marcos Goncalves, Jussara Almeida and Adriano Veloso

  • Domain Analysis for a Video Game Metadata Schema: Issues and Challenges
  • Jin Ha Lee, Joseph T. Tennis and Rachel Ivy Clarke

  • A System for Exposing Linguistic Linked Open Data
  • Emanuele Di Buccio, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio and Gianmaria Silvello

  • Machine Learning in Building a Collection of Computer Science Course Syllabi
  • Nakul Rathod and Lillian Cassel

  • Ontological Formalization of Scientific Experiments based on Core Scientific Metadata Model
  • Armand Brahaj, Matthias Razum and Frank Schwichtenberg

  • A model for searching musical scores by instrumentation
  • Michel Beigbeder

  • Creation of textual versions of historical documents from Polish digital libraries
  • Adam Dudczak, Miłosz Kmieciak and Marcin Werla

  • Increasing Recall for Text Reuse in Historical Documents to Support Research in Humanities
  • Marco Büchler, Gregory Crane, Alison Babeu and Maria Moritz

  • Information Seekers' Visual Focus During Time Constraint Document Triage
  • Fernando Loizides

  • Semantic Document Selection
  • Daan Odijk, Ork de Rooij, Maria-Hendrike Peetz, Toine Pieters, Maarten de Rijke and Stephen Snelders

  • Listen to Tipple: Creating a mobile Digital Library with location-triggered audio books
  • Annika Hinze and David Bainbridge

  • Re-finding physical documents: Extending a Digital Library into a Human-Centred Workplace
  • Annika Hinze and Amay Dighe

  • User-defined semantic enrichment of full-text documents: Experiences and lessons learned
  • Annika Hinze, Ralf Heese, Alexa Schlegel and Markus Luczak-Rösch

  • Using Visual Cues for the Extraction of Web Image Semantic Information
  • Georgia Tryfou and Nicolas Tsapatsoulis

Posters

  • Malleable Finding Aids
  • Scott Anderson and Robert Allen

  • Improving Retrieval Results with discipline-specific Query Expansion
  • Thomas Lüke, Philipp Schaer and Philipp Mayr 

  • Quantitative Analysis of Search Sessions Enhanced by Gaze Tracking with Dynamic Areas of Interest
  • Tuan Vu Tran and Norbert Fuhr        

  • An Evaluation System for Digital Libraries
  • Alexander Nussbaumer, Eva-Catherine Hillemann, Christina M. Steiner and Dietrich Albert

  • Enhancing the Curation of Botanical Data Using Text Analysis Tools
  • Clare Llewellyn, Claire Grover, Jon Oberlander and Elspeth Haston

  • Ranking Distributed Knowledge Repositories
  • Robert Neumayer, Krisztian Balog and Kjetil Nørvåg           

  • Enhancing Digital Libraries and Portals with Canonical Structures for Complex Object
  • Scott Britell, Lois Delcambre, Lillian Cassel, Edward Fox and Richard Furuta

  • CoWPaths: Collaborative Authoring of Walden’s Paths
  • Yuangling Li, Paul Bogen, Daniel Pogue, Richard Furuta and Frank Shipman          

  • Exploiting the Social and Semantic Web for guided Web Archiving
  • Thomas Risse, Stefan Dietze, Wim Peters, Katerina Doka, Yannis Stavrakas and Pierre Senellart

  • Query Expansion of Zero-Hit Subject Searches: Using a Thesaurus in Conjunction with NLP Techniques
  • Sarantos Kapidakis, Anna Mastora and Manolis Peponakis  

  • Generating Content for Digital Libraries Using an Interactive Content Management System
  • Uros Damnjanovic and Sorin Hermon           

  • Diva: A Web-Based High-Resolution Digital Document Viewer
  • Andrew Hankinson, Wendy Liu, Laurent Pugin and Ichiro Fujinaga

  • Towards Digital Repository Interoperability: The Document Indexing and Semantic Tagging Interface for Libraries (DISTIL)
  • Michael Khoo, Douglas Tudhope, Eileen Abels, Xia Lin and Diana Massam

  • Aggregating Content for Europeana: A Workflow to Support Content Providers
  • Valentina Vassallo and Marzia Piccininno

Demonstrations

  • The CMDI MI Search Engine: Access to Language Resources and Tools Using Heterogeneous Metadata Schemas
  • Junte Zhang, Marc Kemps-Snijders and Hans Bennis           

  • SIARD Archive Browser
  • Arif Ur Rahman, Gabriel David and Cristina Ribeiro            

  • PATHS - Exploring Digital Cultural Heritage Spaces
  • Mark Michael Hall, Eneko Agirre, Nikolas Aletras, Runar Bergheim, Konstantinos Chandrinos, Paul Clough, Samuel Fernando, Kate Fernie, Paula Goodale, Jillian Griffiths, Oier Lopez de Lacalle, Andrea de Polo, Aitor Soroa and Mark Stevenson

  • FrbrVis: an information visualization approach to presenting FRBR work families Giacomo
  • Tanja Merčun, Maja Žumer and Trond Aalberg       

  • Metadata Enrichment Services for the Europeana Digital Library
  • Berardi, Andrea Esuli, Sergiu Gordea, Diego Marcheggiani and Fabrizio Sebastiani

  • Collaboratively Creating a Thematic Repository using Interactive Table-top Technology
  • Fernando Loizides, Christina Vasiliou, Andri Ioannou and Panayiotis Zaphiris



We will update this page with further details of the program soon.