Fred Heath, Mary Lynn Rice-Lively, Richard Furuta (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 2009 Joint International Conference on Digital Libraries, JCDL 2009, Austin, TX, USA, June 15-19, 2009.
ACM 2008, ISBN 978-1-60558-322-8
9. JCDL 2009:
Austin, Texas, USA
Lecia Jane Barker
: Science teachers' use of online resources and the digital library for Earth system education.
best paper nominees 1
best paper nominees 2
: Generative model-based metasearch for data fusion in information retrieval.
, Hsinchun Chen
: Recommendation as link prediction: a graph kernel-based machine learning approach.
best paper finalists
Daniel Gelaw Alemneh
: Expanding the search for digital preservation solutions: adopting PREMIS in cultural heritage institutions.
: Digitizing the flea market: eBay as a data source for historic collections.
: Summarizing user-generated reviews in digital libraries: a visual clustering approach.
Phillip M. Edwards
: Representing publication and distribution practices for scholarly materials: a cross-disciplinary comparison.
, Hai Bi
: Inferring intra-organizational collaboration from cosine similarity distributions in text documents.
: Using an institutional repository for personal digital collections of retired faculty members.
, Robert Capra
: Designing exploratory search tasks for user studies of information seeking support systems.
: User search characteristics on a specialized digital collection fordomain- and task-specific information.
: MetRe: supporting the metadata revision process.
Megan A. Winget
: Archiving the videogame industry: collecting primary materials of new media artifacts.
Ray R. Larson
, Ryan Shaw
: Mapping life events: temporal and geographic context for biographical information.
: ContextMiner: building context-rich digital collections.