Presentations at DELOS events

Presentations and (pre-)proceedings from DELOS events.

2004

 

December 6-8
INEX Workshop
    • Norbert Fuhr, Mounia Lalmas, Saadia Malik, Zoltán Szlávik (eds), INEX 2004 Workshop Pre-Proceedings. 272 pages. Pre-proceedings.

 

October 4-5
Evaluation of Digital Libraries
    • Norbert Fuhr, The DELOS Evaluation Cluster

 

    • Ingeborg T. Sølvberg, DELOS NoE: Previous Work, Experiences and Recommendations from the Evaluation Forum. What Is Next?

 

    • Tefko Saracevic, Evaluation of Digital Libraries: An Overview

 

    • Ann Blandford, Understanding Users' Experiences: Evaluation of Digital Libraries

 

    • Christine L. Borgman, Evaluating the Uses of Digital Libraries

 

    • Edward A. Fox, Towards a Quality Model for Digital Libraries

 

    • Derek Law, Content Evaluation

 

    • Hanne Albrechtsen, User Interfaces and Visualization Evaluation - WP4

 

    • Umberto Pernice, BRICKS EU Project

 

    • Manfred Thaller, Evaluating Preservation Aspects - WP6 (URL)

 

    • Donatella Castelli, DILIGENT EU Project

 

    • Giannis Tsakonas, Sarantos Kapidakis, Christos Papatheodorou, Evaluation of User Interaction in Digital Libraries

 

    • Carol Peters, Test Collection Construction: the CLEF Experience

 

    • Mounia Lalmas, Thomas Rölleke, Zoltán Szlávik, Tassos Tombros, Accessing XML Documents: the INEX Initiative

 

    • Maristella Agosti, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio, Nicola Ferro, Evaluation of a Digital Library System

 

    • Trond Aalberg, Evaluating Digital Library Information Models

 

    • Lázlo Kovács, András Miscsik, The Evaluation Computer: a Model for Structuring Evaluation Activities

 

    • Monica Landoni, An Evaluation Framework for E-books

 

 

 

September 17
Semantic Interoperability in Digital Libraries
    • Jane Hunter, Extending Semantic Web Technologies for eScience

 

    • Doug Tudhope, Recent Developments from the Perspective of Networked Knowledge Organisation Systems/Services

 

    • Manjula Patel, Overview of key issues for Semantic Interoperability

 

 

 

September 16-17
CLEF 2004 Workshop
    • Carol Peters, CLEF welcome

 

    • Martin Braschler, Ad Hoc Track Overview

 

    • Jacques Savoy, Multilingual Search using Query Translation and Collection Selection

 

    • Martínez Santiago, SINAI at CLEF 2004: Using Machine Translation Resources with Mixed 2-step RSV Merging Algorithm

 

    • Isabelle Moulinier, TLR at CLEF-2004: Capturing the Translation of Compounds and Other Experiments

 

    • Daniel Gayo Avello, Application of Variable Length N-gram Vectors to Monolingual and Bilingual Information Retrieval

 

    • Jean-Pierre Chevallet and Gilles Serasset, Using Surface-Syntactic Parser and Deviation from Randomness: X-IOTA IR System used for CLIPS Mono & Bilingual Experiments for CLEF 2004

 

    • José L. Martínez, Analysis of Experiments on Hybridization of Different Approaches in Mono and Cross-Language Information Retrieval

 

    • Giorgio M. Di Nunzio, Experiments on Statistical Approaches to Compensate for Limited Linguistic Resources

 

    • Alessandro Vallin, QA Track Overview

 

    • Maarten de Rijke, A Recall Oriented Approach to Question Answering

 

    • Sven Hartrumpf, Question Answering using Sentence Parsing and Semantic Network Matching

 

    • Anselmo Peñas, Question Answering Pilot Task at CLEF 2004

 

    • Julio Gonzalo, iCLEF Track Overview

 

    • Fernando LLopis, Improving Interaction with the User in Cross-Language Question Answering through Relevant Domains and Syntactic Semantic Patterns

 

    • Jussi Karlgren, Bookmarking, Thesaurus, and Cooperation in Bilingual Question Answering

 

    • Fernando López Ostenero, Interactive Cross-Language Question Answering: Searching Passages versus Searching Documents

 

    • Douglas W. Oard, iCLEF 2004 at Maryland: Summarization Design for Interactive Cross-Language Question Answering

 

    • Paul Clough, ImageCLEF Track Overview

 

    • Peter Howarth, Visual Features for Content-based Medical Image Retrieval

 

    • Wen-Cheng Lin, From Text to Image: Generating Visual Queries for Image Retrieval

 

    • Gareth Jones and Andy Way, DCU Experiments with the St Andrew's Collection: Machine Translation, Text-Image Matching Combination and Machine Translation Metrics

 

    • Ahmed Id Oumohmed, Toward Cross-Language and Cross-Media Image Retrieval

 

    • Pei-Cheng Cheng, Comparison and Combination of Textaul and Visual Features for Interactive Image Retrieval

 

    • Henning Müller, New Ideas for 2005

 

    • Michael Kluck, Overview

 

    • Johannes Leveling, University of Hagen at CLEF 2004: Indexing and Translating Concepts for the GIRT Task

 

    • Gareth Jones, The 2004 CL-SDR Track

 

    • Gareth Jones and Douglas W.Oard, Ideas for 2005

 

    • Noriko Kando, Lessons from NTCIR-4: Focusing on Evaluation of CLIR on East Asian Languages, Patent and QA

 

 

 

June 24-25
Thematic Workshop: Digital Library Architectures: Peer-to-Peer, Grid, and Service-Orientation
    • Maristella Agosti, Hans-Jörg Schek and Can Türker (Eds), Digital Library Architectures: Peer-to-Peer, Grid, and Service-Orientation. 230 pages. Pre-proceedings.

 

 

 

June 23
Regional Awareness Event: Between Knowledge Organization and Semantic Web: Semantic Approaches in Digital Libraries
    • Boris Lauser, From thesauri to rich ontology: The AGROVOC case FAO Ontology Portal Prototypes: Fishery Building a rich ontology from AGROVOC

 

    • Anders Ardö and Koraljka Golub, Automatic Subject Classification and Topic Specific Search Engines -- Research at KnowLib I, Automatic Subject Classification and Topic Specific Search Engines -- Research at KnowLib II

 

    • Douglas Tudhope, Semantic Terminology Services: experiences from the FACET Project

 

    • Alistair Miles, SKOS: Simple Knowledge Organisation with the Semantic Web

 

    • Frida Sandgren, Markup of Educational Content

 

    • Knut Hegna, Exploiting the classification scheme and a controlled vocabulary in a library catalogue

 

 

 

June 16
National Awareness Event: Verso la Biblioteca Digitale Italiana della Scienza e della Tecnica
    • Dave Fulker, The National Science Digital Library: a Distributed U.S. Initiative Improving Science and Technology Education for All Learners

 

    • Antonella De Robbio, E-LIS verso la Biblioteca Digitale Italiana della Scienza e della Tecnica: un Archivio Aperto Iinternazionale per la Biblioteconomia e Scienza dell'Informazione

 

    • Patrizia Cotoneschi, L'esperienza della Firenze University Press nell'Ambito dell'Editoria Accademica Digitale

 

    • Jacopo Di Cocco, Simone Sacchi, Alma DL: Esperienze e Progetti

 

    • Anna Maria Tammaro, Biblioteca Digitale Umanistica: Organizzazione di un Servizio a Supporto della Didattica in Area Umanistica

 

    • Donatella Castelli, Pasquale Pagano, Open Dlib: un Sistema per Costruire, Gestire e Mantenere una Biblioteca Digitale come Aggregazione di Sistemi Informativi Eterogenei

 

    • Paola Gargiulo, Susanna Mornati, Le iniziative CASPUR e CILEA per l'Open Access

 

    • Silvana Mangiaracina, Massimiliano Simoncini, La Biblioteca di Alessandria, una biblioteca digitale 'peer to peer'

 

    • Andrea Marchitelli, Anna Grazia Chiodetti, E-@NT: Un Open Archive per la Ricerca Italiana in Antartide

 

  • Carla Basili, L'Utente dell'Informazione Scientifica: la Rete Europea per la Cultura dell'Informazione (EnIL)