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Digital Libraries: Knowledge, Information, and Data in an Open Access Society

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 When Personal Data Becomes Open Data: An Exploration of Lifelogging, User Privacy, and Implications for Privacy Literacy
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    Chapter 2 The Value of Public Libraries During a Major Flooding:
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    Chapter 3 Current Situation and Countermeasures of the Legal Protection of Digital Archives User’s Privacy in China
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    Chapter 4 Involving Source Communities in the Digitization and Preservation of Indigenous Knowledge
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    Chapter 5 Students and Their Videos: Implications for a Video Digital Library
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    Chapter 6 Supporting Gender-Neutral Digital Library Creation: A Case Study Using the GenderMag Toolkit
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    Chapter 7 Developing Institutional Research Data Repository: A Case Study
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    Chapter 8 Cultural Digital Map Prototype of Tourist Attractions in NirasSuphan Written by SunthonPhu, Poet of Thailand
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    Chapter 9 The Rise and Fall of the Wonder Okinawa Digital Archive: Comparing Japanese and American Conceptualizations of Digital Archives
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    Chapter 10 Toward Access to Multi-Perspective Archival Spoken Word Content
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    Chapter 11 Rarity-Oriented Information Retrieval: Social Bookmarking vs. Word Co-occurrence
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    Chapter 12 Proposing a Scientific Paper Retrieval and Recommender Framework
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    Chapter 13 Investigating the Use of a Mobile Crowdsourcing Application for Public Engagement in a Smart City
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    Chapter 14 User Testing of Prototype Systems in Two Different Environments: Preliminary Results
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    Chapter 15 Finding “Similar but Different” Documents Based on Coordinate Relationship
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    Chapter 16 Rule-Based Page Segmentation for Palm Leaf Manuscript on Color Image
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    Chapter 17 Exploiting Synonymy and Hypernymy to Learn Efficient Meaning Representations
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    Chapter 18 Entity Linking for Mathematical Expressions in Scientific Documents
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    Chapter 19 Improved Identification of Tweets that Mention Books: Selection of Effective Features
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    Chapter 20 A Visualization of Relationships Among Papers Using Citation and Co-citation Information
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    Chapter 21 A Lecture Slide Reconstruction System Based on Expertise Extraction for e-Learning
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    Chapter 22 Developing a Mobile Learning Application with LIS Discipline Ontology
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    Chapter 23 Heuristic Evaluation of an Information Literacy Game
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    Chapter 24 Guideline for Digital Curation for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre’s Digital Repository: Preliminary Outcome
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    Chapter 25 Describing Scholarly Information Resources with a Unified Temporal Map
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    Chapter 26 Issues for the Direct Representation of History
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    Chapter 27 Preserving Containers – Requirements and a Todo-List
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    Chapter 28 Development of Imaginary Beings Ontology
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    Chapter 29 MathDL: A Digital Library of Mathematics Questions
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    Chapter 30 Interleaving Clustering of Classes and Properties for Disambiguating Linked Data
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    Chapter 31 A Framework for Linking RDF Datasets for Thailand Open Government Data Based on Semantic Type Detection
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    Chapter 32 An Attempt to Promote Open Data for Digital Humanities in Japanese University Libraries
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    Chapter 33 Redesigning the Open-Access Institutional Repository: A User Experience Approach
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    Chapter 34 Expanding Sentiment Lexicon with Multi-word Terms for Domain-Specific Sentiment Analysis
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    Chapter 35 Twitter User Classification with Posting Locations
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    Chapter 36 Temporal Analysis of Comparative Opinion Mining
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    Chapter 37 Social Q&A Question-and-Comments Interactions and Outcomes: A Social Sequence Analysis
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    Chapter 38 Why Do People View Photographs on Instagram?
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    Chapter 39 Sharing Brings Happiness?: Effects of Sharing in Social Media Among Adult Users
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    Chapter 40 DOI Links on Wikipedia
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    Chapter 41 Cross-Modal Search on Social Networking Systems by Exploring Wikipedia Concepts
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    Chapter 42 Suggesting Specific Segments as Link Targets in Wikipedia
Attention for Chapter 42: Suggesting Specific Segments as Link Targets in Wikipedia
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Chapter title
Suggesting Specific Segments as Link Targets in Wikipedia
Chapter number 42
Book title
Digital Libraries: Knowledge, Information, and Data in an Open Access Society
Published in
Lecture notes in computer science, November 2016
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-49304-6_42
Book ISBNs
978-3-31-949303-9, 978-3-31-949304-6
Authors

Renzhi Wang, Mizuho Iwaihara, Renzhi Wang, Mizuho Iwaihara

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Atsuyuki Morishima, Andreas Rauber, Chern Li Liew

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Unspecified 1 33%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 33%
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Computer Science 2 67%
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