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Paper Presentation Schedule (this is not the complete conference schedule)

Monday June 25 Tuesday June 27 Wednesday June 28
9:00am-10:30 Paper Sessions: 6A, 6B
10:30-11:00 Break Break Paper Sessions: 11A, 11B
11:00-12:30pm Paper Sessions: 3A, 3B Paper Sessions: 7A, 7B
12:30-1:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch
1:30-3:00 Paper Sessions: 4A, 4B Paper Sessions: 8A, 8B Paper Sessions: 12A, 12B
3:00-3:30 Break Break
3:30-5:00pm Paper Sessions: 5A, 5B Paper Sessions: 13A, 13B

MONDAY, June 25

Paper Session 3A (90min): Methods for Classifying and Organizing Content in Digital Libraries (11:00am-12:30pm)

Integrating Automatic Genre Analysis into Digital Libraries
Andreas Rauber, Alexander Mueller-Koegler (Vienna University of Technology)
Text Categorization for Multi-page Documents: A Hybrid Naive Bayes HMM Approach
Paolo Frasconi, Giovanni Soda, Alessandro Vullo (University of Florence)
*Automated Name Authority Control
James W. Warner, Elizabeth W. Brown (Johns Hopkins University)
*Automatic Event Generation From Multi-lingual News Stories
Kin Hui, Wai Lam, Helen M. Meng (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Paper Session 3B (90min): Digital Libraries for Education: Technology, Services, and User Studies (11:00am-12:30pm)

Linked Active Content: A Service for Digital Libraries for Education
David Yaron, D. Jeff Milton, Rebecca Freeland (Carnegie Mellon University)
A Component Repository for Learning Objects A Progress Report
Jean R. Laleuf, Anne Morgan Spalter (Brown University)
Designing e-Books for Legal Education
Catherine C. Marshall, Morgan N. Price, Gene Golovchinsky, Bill N. Schilit (FX Palo Alto Laboratory)

Paper Session 4A (90min): Approaches to Interoperability Among Digital Libraries (1:30pm-3:00)

*Mapping the Interoperability Landscape for Networked Information Retrieval
William E. Moen, Teresa Lepchenske (University of North Texas)
*Distributed Resource Discovery: Using Z39.50 to Build Cross-Domain Information Servers
Ray R. Larson (University of California, Berkeley)
The Open Archives Initiative
Carl Lagoze, Herbert Van de Sompel (Cornell University)
*Enforcing Interoperability with the Open Archives Initiative Repository Explorer
Hussein Suleman (Virginia Tech)
*Arc-An OAI Service Provider
Xiaoming Liu, Kurt Maly, Mohammad Zubair, Michael L. Nelson (Old Dominion University)

Paper Session 4B (90min): Digital Libraries and the Web: Technology and Trust (1:30pm-3:00)

Managing Change on the Web
Luis Francisco-Revilla, Frank Shipman, Richard Furuta, Unmil Karadkar, Avital Arora (Texas A&M University)
*Measuring the Reputation of Web Sites: A Preliminary Exploration
Greg Keast, Joan Cherry, Elaine G. Toms (University of Toronto)
Personalized Spiders for Web Search and Analysis
Michael Chau, Daniel Zeng, Hsinchun Chen (University of Arizona, Tucson)
*Salticus: Guided Crawling for Personal Digital Libraries
Robin Burke (California State University, Fullerton)

Paper Session 5A (90min): Tools for Constructing and Using Digital Libraries (3:30pm-5:0pm)

Power to the People: End-User Building of Digital Library Collections
Ian H. Witten, David Bainbridge, Stefan J. Boddie (University of Waikato)
*Web-Based Scholarship: Annotating the Digital Library
Bruce Rosenstock, Michael Gertz (University of California, Davis)
A Multi-View Intelligent Editor for Digital Video Libraries
Brad A. Myers, Juan P. Casares, Scott Stevens, Laura Dabbish, Dan Yocum, Albert Corbett (Carnegie Mellon University)
*VideoGraph: A New Tool for Video Mining and Classification
Jia-Yu Pan, Christos Faloutsos (Carnegie Mellon University)

Paper Session 5B (90min): Systems Design and Evaluation for Undergraduate Learning Environments (3:30pm-5:0pm)

*The Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype System
T. R. Smith, G. Janee, J. Frew, A. Coleman, N. Faust (University of California, Santa Barbara)
*Iscapes: Digital Library Environments to Promote Scientific Thinking by Undergraduates in Geography
Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Gregory H. Leazer (University of California, Los Angeles)
*Project ANGEL: an Open Virtual Learning Environment with Sophisticated Access Management
John MacColl (University of Edinburgh)
*NBDL: A CIS Framework for NSDL
Joe Futrelle, C. Kevin Chang (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Su-Shing Chen (University of Missouri, Columbia)
Automatic Identification and Organization of Index Terms for Interactive Browsing
Nina Wacholder, David K. Evans, Judith L. Klavans (Columbia University)

TUESDAY, June 26

Paper Session 6A (90min): Studying the Users of Digital Libraries: Formative and Summative Evaluations (9:00am-10:30)

Public Use of Digital Community Information Systems: Findings from a Recent Study with Implications for System Design
Karen E. Pettigrew (University of Washington, Seattle), Joan C. Durrance (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
*Evaluating the Distributed National Electronic Resource
Peter Brophy, Shelagh Fisher (The Manchester Metropolitan University)
*Collaborative Design with Use Case Scenarios
Lynne Davis (University Corporation for Atmospheric Research) Melissa Dawe (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Human Evaluation of Kea, an Automatic Keyphrasing System
Steve Jones, Gordon W. Paynter (University of Waikato)

Paper Session 6B (90min): Digital Library Collections: Policies and Practices (9:00am-10:30)

Community Design of DLESE's Collections Review Policy: A Technological Frames Analysis
Michael Khoo (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Legal Deposit of Digital Publications: a Review of Research and Development Activity
Adrienne Muir (Loughborough University)
*Comprehensive Access to Printed Materials (CAPM)
G. Sayeed Choudhury, Mark Lorie, Erin Fitzpatrick, Ben Hobbs, Greg Chirikjian, Allison Okamura (Johns Hopkins University) Nick Flores (University of Colorado, Boulder)
*Technology and Values: Lessons from Central and Eastern Europe
Nadia Caidi (University of Toronto)

Paper Session 7A (90min): Studying the Users of Digital Libraries: Qualitative Approaches (11:00am-12:30pm)

Use of Multiple Digital Libraries: a Case Study
Ann Blandford, Hanna Stelmaszewska (Middlesex University), Nick Bryan-Kinns (Icon MediaLab London)
An Ethnographic Study of Technical Support Workers: Why We Didn't Build a Tech Support Digital Library
Sally Jo Cunningham, Chris Knowles (University of Waikato), Nina Reeves (Cheltenham and Cloucestershire College of Higher Education)
*Developing Recommendation Services for a Digital Library with Uncertain and Changing Data
Gary Geisler (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), David McArthur, Sarah Giersch (Eduprise)
*Evaluation of DEFINDER: A System to Mine Definitions from Consumer-Oriented Medical Text
Judith L. Klavans, Smaranda Muresan (Columbia University)

Paper Session 7B (90min): Techniques for Managing Distributed Collections (11:00am-12:30pm)

*An Overview of the Virtual Data Center: A Complete, Open-Source, Digital Library for Distributed Collections of Quantitative Data
Micah Altman, L. Andreev, G. King, E. Kolster, A. Sone, S. Verba (Harvard University), D.L. Kiskis, M. Krott (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
*Digital Libraries and Data Scholarship
Bruce R. Barkstrom (NASA Langley Research Center)
SDLIP + STARTS = SDARTS: A Protocol and Toolkit for Metasearching
Noah Green, Panagiotis G. Ipeirotis, Luis Gravano (Columbia University)
Database Selection for Processing k Nearest Neighbors Queries in a Distributed Environment
Clement Yu, Prasoon Sharma, Yan Qin (University of Illinois, Chicago), Weiyi Meng (State University of New York, Binghamton)

Paper Session 8A (2hr): The Sound of Digital Libraries: Audio, Music, and Speech (1:30pm-3:30)

Building Searchable Collections of Enterprise Speech Data
James W. Cooper (IBM T J Watson Research Center), Donna Byron (University of Rochester), Margaret Chan (Columbia University)
*Transcript-Free Search of Audio Archives at the National Gallery of the Spoken Word
J.H.L. Hansen (University of Colorado, Boulder), J.R. Deller, Jr., M.S. Seadle (Michigan State University, Lansing)
*A Watermarking Strategy for Audio Archives at the National Gallery of the Spoken Word
J.R. Deller, Jr., A. Gurijala, M.S. Seadle (Michigan State University, Lansing)
Music-Notation Searching and Digital Libraries
Donald Byrd (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
*Feature Selection for Automatic Classification of Musical Instrument Sounds
Mingchun Liu, Chunru Wan (Nanyang Technological University)
*Adding Content Based Searching to a Traditional Music Library Catalogue Server
Matthew J. Dovey (Kings College, London)

Paper Session 8B (2hr): Information Search and Retrieval in Digital Libraries (1:30pm-3:30)

*Locating Question Difficulty through Explorations in Question Space
Terry Sullivan (University of North Texas)
*Browsing by Phrases: Terminological Information in Interactive Multilingual Text Retrieval
Anselmo Peñas, Julio Gonzalo, Felisa Verdejo (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia)
*Approximate Ad-hoc Query Engine for Simulation Data
Ghaleb Abdulla, Chuck Baldwin, Terence Critchlow, Roy Kamimura, Ida Lozares, Ron Musick, Nu Ai Tang (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), Byung S. Lee, Robert Snapp (University of Vermont, Burlington)
*Extracting Taxonomic Relationships from On-Line Definitional Sources Using LEXING
Judith Klavans, Brian Whitman (Columbia University)
Hierarchical Indexing and Document Matching in BoW
Maayan Geffet, Dror G. Feitelson (The Hebrew University)
Scalable Integrated Region-based Image Retrieval using IRM and Statistical Clustering
James Z. Wang, Yanping Du (Pennsylvania State University)


Paper Session 11A (2hr): Digital Video Libraries: Design and Access (10:30am-12:30pm)

Cumulating and Sharing End Users Knowledge to Improve Video Indexing in a Video Digital Library
Marc Nanard, Jocelyne Nanard (Laboratoire d'Informatique, de Robotique et de Microélectronique de Montpellier)
XSLT for Tailored Access to a Digital Video Library
Michael Christel, Bryan Maher, Andrew Begun (Carnegie Mellon University)
Design of a Digital Library for Human Movement
Jezekiel Ben-Arie, Purvin Pandit, ShyamSundar Rajaram (University of Illinois, Chicago)
*A Bucket Architecture for the Open Video Project
Michael L. Nelson (NASA Langley Research Center), Gary Marchionini, Gary Geisler, Meng Yang (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
*The Físchlár Digital Video System: A Digital Library of Broadcast TV Programmes
A.F. Smeaton, N. Murphy, N.E. O'Connor, S. Marlow, H. Lee, K. McDonald, P. Browne, J. Ye (Dublin City University)

Paper Session 11B (2hr): Systems Design and Architecture for Digital Libraries (10:30am-12:30pm)

Design Principles for the Information Architecture of a SMET Education Digital Library
Andy Dong, Alice Agogino (University of California, Berkeley)
Toward A Model of Self-administering Data
B. Hoon Kang, Robert Wilensky (University of California, Berkeley)
PERSIVAL, a System for Personalized Search and Summarization over Multimedia Healthcare Information
Kathleen R. McKeown, Shih-Fu Chang, James Cimino, Steven K. Feiner, Carol Friedman, Luis Gravano, Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou, Steven Johnson, Desmond A. Jordan, Judith L. Klavans, Andre Kushniruk, Vimla Patel, Simone Teufel (Columbia University)
*An Approach to Search for Digital Libraries
Elaine G. Toms, Joan C. Bartlett (University of Toronto)
*TilePic: A File Format for Tiled Hierarchical Data
J. Anderson-Lee, R. Wilensky (University of California, Berkeley)

Paper Session 12A (90min): Digital Preservation: Technology, Economics, and Policy (1:30pm-3:00)

Long Term Preservation of Digital Information
Raymond A. Lorie (IBM Almaden Research Center)
Creating Trading Networks of Digital Archives
Brian Cooper, Hector Garcia Molina (Stanford University)
Cost-driven Design for Archival Repositories
Arturo Crespo, Hector Garcia-Molina (Stanford University)

Paper Session 12B (90min): Scholarly Communication and Digital Libraries (1:30pm-3:00)

Hermes– A Notification Service for Digital Libraries
Daniel Faensen, Lukas Faulstich, Heinz Schweppe, Annika Hinze, Alexander Steidinger (Freie Universität Berlin)
An Algorithm for Automated Rating of Reviewers
Tracy Riggs, Robert Wilensky (University of California, Berkeley)
HeinOnline: An Online Archive of Law Journals
Richard J. Marisa (Cornell University)

Paper Session 13A (90min): Designing Digital Libraries for Education: Technology, Services and User Studies (3:30pm-5:00)

Designing a Digital Library for Young Children: An Intergenerational Partnership
Allison Druin, Ben Bederson, Juan Pablo Hourcade, Lisa Sherman, Glenda Revelle, Michele Platner, Stacy Weng (University of Maryland, College Park)
Dynamic Digital Libraries For Children
Yin-Leng Theng, Norliza Mohd-Nasir, George Buchanan, Bob Fields, Harold Thimbleby (Middlesex University)
Looking at Digital Library Usability from a Reuse Perspective
Tamara Sumner, Melissa Dawe (University of Colorado, Boulder)

Paper Session 13B (90min): Applications of Digital Libraries in the Humanities (3:30pm-5:00)

Building a Hypertextual Digital Library in the Humanities: A Case Study on London (Winner of JCDL 2001 Vannevar Bush Award)
Gregory Crane, David A. Smith (Tufts University)
*Document Quality Indicators and Corpus Editions
Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox (University of Missouri, Kansas City), Anne Mahoney, Gregory R. Crane (Tufts University)
Digital Atheneum: New Approaches for Preserving, Restoring, and Analyzing Damaged Manuscripts
Michael S. Brown, W. Brent Seales (University of Kentucky, Lexington)
*Towards an Electronic Variorum Edition of Don Quixote
Richard Furuta, Shueh-Cheng Hu, Siddarth Kalasapur, Rajiv Kochumman, Eduardo Urbina, Ricardo Vivancos-Perez (Texas A&M University)

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