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International Journal on Digital Libraries

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07.02.2020 Open Access

An analysis and comparison of keyword recommendation methods for scientific data

To classify and search various kinds of scientific data, it is useful to annotate those data with keywords from a controlled vocabulary. Data providers, such as researchers, annotate their own data with keywords from the provided vocabulary.

31.01.2020

Extending the IFLA Library Reference Model for a Brazilian popular music digital library

Brazil is recognized as a musical country, with a diverse collection of musical resources served by many digital repositories and music libraries. Historically, those systems are supported by cataloging schemes that are insufficient because they …

30.01.2020

Towards an ontological cross-disciplinary solution for multidisciplinary data: VI-SEEM data management and the FAIR principles

Different scientific communities produce different kinds of datasets that rely on different data descriptions, approaches, and logical organisations. In such an environment, it is essential to establish a knowledge communication framework that can …

23.01.2020

Historical document layout analysis using anisotropic diffusion and geometric features

There are several digital libraries worldwide which maintain valuable historical manuscripts. Usually, digital copies of these manuscripts are offered to researchers and readers in raster-image format. These images carry several document …

23.01.2020 Open Access

FAIR data for prehistoric mining archaeology

This paper presents an approach how to create FAIR data for prehistoric mining archaeology, based on the CIDOC CRM ontology and semantic web standards. The interdisciplinary Research Centre HiMAT (History of mining activities in the Tyrol and …

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This journal examines the theory and practice of acquisition, definition, organization, management, and dissemination of digital information via global networking. It emphasizes issues in digital information production, management, and use; high-speed networks and connectivity; interoperability and seamless integration of information, people, profiles, tasks, and needs; security and privacy of individuals and business transactions; and effective business processes.

Its scope includes:

- Agent technology for information filtering, location and dissemination

- Subscription management and issues in recency of information

- Interoperability of different digital objects

- User interfaces

- Electronic commerce, virtual banking, electronic financial transactions

- Economics of digital libraries, intellectual property issues, billing systems, universal access and tariffs.

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