|Session 1: Information needs and system design|
|Query-based versus Resource-based Cache Strategies in Tag-Based Browsing Systems
Joaquín Gayoso-Cabada, Mercedes Gómez-Albarrán and José-Luis Sierra-RodríguezBook Recommendation Beyond the Usual Suspects: Embedding Book Plots Together with Place and Time Information
Julian Risch, Samuele Garda and Ralf Krestel
Examining Japanese American Digital Library Collections with an Ethnographic Lens
|Session 2: Topic modelling and semantic analysis|
|Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis of Nuclear Energy Tweets with Attentive Deep Neural Network
Zhengyuan Liu and Jin-Cheon NaMeasuring the Semantic World – How to Map Meaning to High-Dimensional Entity Clusters in PubMed?
Janus Wawrzinek and Wolf-Tilo Balke
Quality Classification of Scientific Papers using Hybrid Summarization Model
|Session 3: Social media and user-generated content|
|Where the dead blogs are: A Disaggregated Exploration of Web Archives to Reveal Extinct Online Collectives
Quentin LobbePredicting Social News Use: The Effect of Gratifications, Social Presence, and Information Control Affordances
Method for Retrieval of Tweets About Hospital Patient Experience
Towards Semantic Quality Enhancement of User Generated Content
|Session 4: DL technology and education|
|Adaptive Edit-distance and Regression Approach for Post-OCR Text Correction
Thi-Tuyet-Hai Nguyen, Antoine Doucet, Mickael Coustaty, Adam Jatowt and Nhu-Van NguyenEvaluating the Impact of OCR Errors on Topic Modeling
Stephen Mutuvi, Antoine Doucet, Adam Jatowt and Moses Odeo
BitView: Using Blockchain Technology to Validate and Diffuse Global Usage Data for Academic Publications
Going beyond Technical Requirements: Developing a More Interdisciplinary Curriculum for Educating the Next Generation of Digital Librarians
|Session 5: Social media and user-generated content|
|Investigating the Characteristics and Research Impact of Sentiments in Tweets with Links to Computer Science Research Papers
Aravind Sesagiri Raamkumar, Savitha Ganesan, Keerthana Jothiramalingam, Muthu Kumaran Selva, Mojisola Erdt and Yin-Leng ThengUsers’ Responses to Privacy Issues with the Connected Information Ecologies Created by Fitness Trackers: A Privacy Integrity Persepctive
Zablon Pingo and Bhuva Narayan
Rewarding, but not for everyone: Interaction acts and perceived post quality on social Q&A sites
|Session 6: Information needs and system design|
|Performance Comparison of Ad-hoc Retrieval Models over Full-text vs. Titles of Documents
Ahmed Saleh, Tilman Beck, Lukas Galke and Ansgar Scherp Presenting library search results pages on a mobile device
Nicholas Vanderschantz and Claire Timpany
Exploring Information Needs of Swahili Speakers in Tanzania (short paper)
|Session 7: Research data management|
|Research Data Management in Singapore: Perceptions, Knowledge and Practices
Shaheen Majid, Schubert Foo and Xue ZhangIdentifying Design Requirements of a User-Centered Research Data Management System
Maryam Bugaje and Gobinda Chowdhury
ETDs, Research Data and More: The Current Status at Nanyang Technological University Singapore
Mining the Context of Citations in Scientific Publications
|Session 8: Metadata|
|Development of Content-based Metadata Scheme of Classical Poetry in Thai National Historical Corpus
Songphan Choemprayong, Pittayawat Pittayaporn, Vipas Pothipath, Thaneerat Jatuthasri and Jinawat KaenmuangAcquiring metadata to support biographies of museum artefacts
Can Zhao, Michael Twidale and David Nichols
list of accepted papers TBA
Workshop 1: Metadata Modeling, Deep Image Annotation, and KOS Vocabulary Development for Digital Collections of Cultural Objects
organised by Marcia Zeng and Jian Qin.
Although general metadata standards and KOS vocabularies in libraries, archives, and museums (LAMs) have been established, applying them to individual domains often requires customization of these standards and KOS through developing models and vocabularies in order for individual domains and collections to be able to handle cultural heritage materials.
This workshop is organized to share experiences and challenges in managing (meta)data for unconventional cultural objects that are curated virtually and physically at digital collections. It gives opportunities to report the findings from experiments and research for different types of special cultural objects oriented at various Asian locations. Specifically, the workshop will focus on metadata modeling, deep image annotation, and KOS vocabulary development for cultural object digital collections of tangible and intangible cultural heritages.
for more information see http://nkos.slis.kent.edu/2018NKOSworkshop/NKOS-ICADL2018.html
Workshop 2: Toward effective support for academic information search
organised by Yoichi Tomiura (Kyushu University, Japan), Akiko Aizawa (National Institute of Informatics, Japan), Hidetsugu Nanba (Hiroshima City University, Japan), Emi Ishita (Kyushu University, Japan)
There is a significant difference between “academic information search” and “everyday life search”. In the case of everyday life search that you search a recipe of meal that is effective against colds when you catch a cold, you can easily find out some web pages that meet your information needs by search words that you easily thought up. On the other hand, in the case of academic information search when conducting research paper survey to confirm the novelty of your research, it is quite difficult to find all relevant articles by search words. Therefore, there will definitely be a difference between the effective support for academic information search and one for everyday life search.
In this workshop, we focus on academic information search and would like to discuss what kind of supports are effective for academic information search and what kind of techniques are needed to perform those supports. For this reason, we welcome researches on technical aspect in academic information search. In addition, we also welcome researches on information behaviors because it is important to understand how researchers select academic articles to be checked. In terms of submission type, we accept research-in-progress papers and positioning papers, in addition to completed research papers. All submissions will be reviewed by the workshop organizers for presentation.
We welcome submissions on topics including (but not limited to):
– Academic information search
– Text mining in scholarly data
– Scholarly recommendation
– Citation analysis of scientific documents
– Knowledge discovery from scientific papers
– User’s behavior in academic information search
For submission of your paper to this workshop, please send the manuscript (pdf file) directly to Yoichi Tomiura (firstname.lastname@example.org) by e-mail
– Papers should be at least 1200 words in length.
– We recommend the use of the LNCS template.
– The title of the e-mail should be “Submission to Workshop2 at ICADL .” 2018″.
– Submission deadline: October 25, 2018
– Notification of acceptance: October 31, 2018
– Workshop date: November 22, 2015
Tutorial 1: Linked Data for Digital Libraries
organised by Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller.
This tutorial provides an introduction to the concepts and technologies behind Linked Data. Participants will become familiar with tools, methods, and workflows used in the production of data suitable for the Semantic Web. Topics
covered will include the RDF (Resource Description Framework) data model, ontologies, and querying using SPARQL (SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language), all grounded in examples from a digital library context.
Panel: Digital repatriation and indigenous information
Further programme details will be made available closer to the conference.