Papers of Interest for CS 598b: Information Access
Princeton University
Computer Science Dept.

Computer Science 598b
Advanced Topics in Computer Science

Information Access: Issues for the Web & Digital Libraries

Andrea LaPaugh

Spring 1998

Papers of Interest

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(* indicates assigned reading)

  1. *Information Retrieval in Digital Libraries: Bringing Search to the Net, Bruce R. Schatz, Science, Vol. 275 (Jan. 17, 1997) pp. 327-334.
  2. * from IEEE Computer theme issue on the US Digital Library Initiative, May 1996: Building Large-Scale Digital Libraries .
  3. other papers from IEEE Computer theme issue on the US Digital Library Initiative, May 1996:
  4. *Schatz, B.R., Johnson, E., Cochrane, P., and Chen, H., Interactive Term Suggestion for Users of Digital Libraries: Using Subject Thesauri and Co-occurrence Lists for Information Retrieval, Proceedings from Digital Libraries '96: 1st ACM International Conference on Research and Development in Digital Libraries, Bethesda, MD, March 20-23, 1996.
  5. *Chen, H., Martinez, J., Kirchhoff, A., Ng, T.D., Schatz ,B.R., Alleviating Search Uncertainty Through Concept Associations: Automatic Indexing, Co-occurrence Analysis, and Parallel Computing, Journal of the American Society for Information Science, Special Issue on Management of Imprecision and Uncertainty in Information Retrieval and Database Management Systems, forthcoming March 1998.
  6. *Chen, H., Martinez J., Ng, T.D, and Schatz, B.R., A Concept Space Approach to Addressing the Vocabulary Problem in Scientific Information Retrieval: An Experiment on the Worm Community System, Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 48(1), 17-31, January 1997.
  7. *H. Vernon Leighton and Dr. Jaideep Srivastava, Precision among World Wide Web Search Services (Search Engines): Alta Vista, Excite, Hotbot, Infoseek, Lycos
  8. *Heting Chu and Marilyn Rosenthal, Search Engines for the World Wide Web: A Comparative Study and Evaluation Methodology, Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science 1996 Annual Meeting.
  9. *Ellen M. Voorhees Using WordNet to disambiguate word senses for text retrieval, Proceedings of the sixteenth annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, 1993, pages 171-180.
  10. *Mark Sanderson, Word sense disambiguation and information retrieval Proceedings of the seventeenth annual international ACM-SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval, 1994,pages 142-151.
  11. Robert Krovetz and W. Bruce Croft, Lexical ambiguity and information retrieval, ACM Transactions on Information Systems Vol. 10, No. 2 (April 1992), Pages 115-141.
  12. *Michelle Baldonado, Chen-Chuan K. Chang, Luis Gravano, Andreas Paepcke, The Stanford Digital Library Metadata Architecture, International Journal of Digital Libraries, 1(2), February 1997.
  13. *Michelle Q Wang Baldonado and Steve B. Cousins, Addressing Heterogeneity in the Networked Information Environment, The New Review of Information Networking, Volume 2, 1996, p. 83-102
  14. *Michelle Baldonado, Chen-Chuan K. Chang, Luis Gravano, Andreas Paepcke, Metadata for Digital Libraries: Architecture and Design Rationale, Digital Libraries '97.
  15. Stanford Digital Library Group, Stanford Digital Library Interoperability Protocal (PostScript file), Sept. 1996.
  16. *William P. Birmingham, An Agent-Based Architecture for Digital Libraries, D-Lib Magazine, July 1995.
  17. *Weinstein, P., Alloway, G. Seed Ontologies: growing digital libraries as distributed, intelligent systems. Proceedings of the Second ACM Digital Library Conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA, July 1997.
  18. *Vidal, Jose and Durfee, Ed. Task Planning Agents in the UMDL, Proceedings from CIKM '95: Workshop on Intelligent Information Agents, December 1-2, 1995.
  19. *Birmingham, W. P., Durfee, E. H., Mullen, T., and Wellman, M. P. The Distributed Agent Architecture of the University of Michigan Digital Library (Postscript File). AAAI Spring Symposium on Information Gathering in Heterogeneous, Distributed Environments, Stanford, CA, AAAI Press.
  20. Peter Weinstein and William P. Birmingham, Runtime Classification of Agent Services Proceedings of the AAAI-97 Spring Symposium on Ontological Engineering Palo Alto, CA, March 1997.
  21. Durfee, E. H., Kiskis, D. L., and Birmingham, W.P., "The Agent Architecture of the University of Michigan Digital Library", IEE/British Computer Society Proceedings on Software Engineering (Special Issue on Intelligent Agents) 144(1), February 1997.
  22. Birmingham, W.P., Drabenstott, K.M., Frost, C.O., Warner, A.J., and Willis, K. The University of Michigan Digital Library: This is Not Your Father's Library. Digital Library '94 Proceedings, June 1994, 53-60. Remark: this citation is unclear.
  23. *Chen-Chuan K. Chang and Hector Garcia-Molina, Evaluating the cost of Boolean query mapping, Proceedings of the 2nd ACM international conferences on Digital libraries, 1997, pgs 103-112.
  24. *Mark A. Sheldon, Andrzej Duda, Ron Weiss and David K. Gifford Discover: A resource discovery system based on content routing Proceedings of the Third International World Wide Web Conference, Elsevier, April 1995.
  25. *Daniel Dreilinger and Adele Howe. Experiences with Selecting Search Engines Using Meta-Search (link to PDF version or bibliography with link to PostScript version under Papers) ACM Transactions on Information Systems, Vol. 15, No. 3 (July 1997), Pages 195-222.
  26. Daniel Dreilinger Design and Evaluation of a Meta-Search Agent (bibliography with link to PostScript file under Papers) Masters Thesis, Colorado State University, June 1996.
  27. *Chia-Hui Chang and Ching-Chi Hsu, Customizable Multi-Engine Search Tool with Clustering Sixth International World Wide Web Conference, 1997.
  28. Selberg, Erik and Etzioni, Oren. The MetaCrawler Architecture for Resource Aggregation on the Web IEEE Expert, January/February 1997, Volume 12 No. 1, pp. 8-14.
  29. Selberg, Erik and Etzioni, Oren. Multi-Service Search and Comparison using the MetaCrawler Fourth International World Wide Web Conference, Dec. 1995.
  30. *P. Efraimidis, C. Glymidakis, B. Mamalis, P. Spirakis and B. Tampakas Parallel text retrieval on a high performance supercomputer using the Vector Space Model, SIGIR '95, , pages 58-66.
  31. *Brendon Cahoon and Kathryn S. McKinley, Performance evaluation of a distributed architecture for information retrieval, SIGIR '96, , pages 110-118.
  32. *K. L. Liu, G. J. Lipovski, C. Yu and Naphtali Rishe, Efficient processing of one and two dimensional proximity queries in associative memory, SIGIR '96, , pages 138-146.
  33. *James P. Callan, Zhihong Lu, and W. Bruce Croft, Searching Distributed Collections With Inference Networks, and postscript format, Proceedings of 18th Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, 1995.
  34. *Ellen M. Voorhees, and Richard M. Tong, Multiple Search Engines in Database Merging, Digital Libraries 97, 1997.
  35. *Andrei Z. Broder, Steven C. Glassman, Mark S. Manasse, and Geoffrey Zweig, Syntactic Clustering of the Web Proceedings of The Sixth International WWW Conference, 1997.
  36. *Kees van Noortwijk and Richard V. De Mulder, The Similarities of Text Documents, The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT), 1997 (2).
  37. *Jon Kleinberg, Authoritative Sources in a Hyperlinked Environment.
  38. *Soumen Chakrabari et. al. Automatic Resource Compilation by Analyzing Hyperlink Structure and Associated Text
  39. Martijn Koster, Aliweb - Archie-Like Indexing in the Web, WWW94 (Preliminary Proceedings).
  40. David Eichmann, The RBSE Spider - Balancing Effective Search Against Web Load, WWW94 (Preliminary Proceedings).
  41. *Junghoo Cho, Hector Garcia-Molina, and Lawrence Page, Efficient Web Crawling through URL ordering Proceedings of the 7th World Wide Web conference(, April 1998.
  42. *W. Wolf, Y. Liang, M. Kozuch, H. Yu, M. Phillips, M. Weekes, A. Debruyen, A Digital Video Library on the World Wide Web, Proceedings ACM MM 1996.
  43. *W. Wolf, Key Frame Selection by Motion Analysis, Proceedings ICASSP 1996.
  44. *W. Wolf, Writing Web Documents about Films, Proceedings HICSS 1998.
  45. *J. Boreczky and L. Rowe, Comparison of video shot boundary detection techniques, Proceedings Storage and Retrieval for Still Image and Video Databases IV, International Society for Optical Engineering, Feb. 1996. pp. 170-179.
  46. *K V Ravi Kanth, Divyakant Agrawal, Amr El Abbadi, Ambuj Singh, Terrence R. Smith, Parallel Multidimensional Index Structures, Eighth IEEE Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Processing, New Orleans, October 1996.
  47. *Cheng, X., Dolin, R., Ravi Kanth, K., Neary, M., Prabhakar, S., Wu, D. Agrawal, D., El Abbadi, A., Freeston, M., Singh, A., Smith, T., and Su, J. Scalable Access within the Context of Digital Libraries Proceedings of the IEEE Forum on Research and Technology Advances in Digital Libraries--ADL '97, Washington, DC, May 1997, pp. 70-81.
  48. *Geffner, S., Agrawal, D., El Abbadi, A., Smith, T., Larsgaard, M. Smart indexes for efficient browsing of library collections. Proceedings of IEEE ADL98 (Advances in Digital Libraries 1998), Santa Barbara, CA, IEEE Press (in press).
  49. *Hauptmann, A., and Smith, M. Text, Speech, and Vision for Video Segmentation: The Informedia Project, AAAI Fall 1995 Symposium on Computational Models for Integrating Language and Vision, 1995.
  50. *Michael G. Christel, Addressing the Contents of Video in a Digital Library, Electronic Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Effective Abstractions in Multimedia, November 1995.
  51. *Christel, M., Winkler, D., and Taylor, R. Multimedia Abstractions for a Digital Video Library, Proceedings of ACM Digital Libraries Conference, Philadelphia, PA. July 1997.
  52. *Christel, M., Winkler, D., and Taylor, R., Improving Access to a Digital Video Library, Human Computer Interaction, Interact 97 The IFIP Conference, Sydney, Australia, July 14 1997.
  53. *Smith, M., and Kanade, T., Video Skimming for Quick Browsing Based on Audio and Image Characterization, Technical Report CMU-CS-95.
  54. *Thomas A. Phelps and Robert Wilensky, Toward Active, Extensible, Networked Documents: Multivalent Architecture and Applications, Proceedings of the 1st ACM International Conference on Digital Libraries, Bethesda, Maryland, March 20-23, 1996, pp. 100-108.
  55. *Thomas A. Phelps and Robert Wilensky, Multivalent Annotations Proceedings of First European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries (1997).
  56. Thomas A. Phelps and Robert Wilensky, Multivalent Documents: Inducing Structure and Behavior in Online Digital Documents, Proceedings of the 29th Hawaii International Conference on System Science, Maui, Hawaii, January 3-6, 1996.
  57. Robert Wilensky and Thomas A. Phelps, Multivalent Documents: A New Model for Digital Documents, Berkeley Technical Report, CSD-98-999 (1998).
  58. WordNet papers:
  59. Glen Pringle, Lloyd Allison and David L Dowe, What is a Tall Poppy Among Web Pages? 7th International World Wide Web Conference Session 6A-M4 April 1998.
  60. Steve Lawrence and C. Lee Giles, Searching the World Wide Web, Science, Vol. 280, April 3, 1998, pp 98-100.
  61. Steve Lawrence and C. Lee Giles, Inquirus, the NECI meta search engine Proceedings of the 7th International World Wide Web Conference (Preliminary), April 1998.
  62. Fei Song, A Distribute, Dynamic, and Efficient Organization for Global Information Systems, Canadian AI Conference Workshop: Information Gathering from Global Networks, May 1996.
  63. Beard, K., Smith, T., and Hill, L. Meta-information models for georeferenced digital library collections. Proceedings of the Second IEEE Metadata Conference, September 16-17, 1997.
  64. Ray R. Larson, Geographic Information Retrieval and Spatial Browsing, presented at "GIS and Libraries: 32nd Annual Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing" conference. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 13, 1995. To appear in GIS and Libraries: Patrons, Maps and Spatial Information, edited by Linda Smith and Myke Gluck.
  65. David Byers, Full-Text Indexing of Non-Textual Resources, 7th International World Wide Web Conference Session 3A-M4 April 1998.

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A.S. LaPaugh Wed Apr 29 14:27:27 EDT 1998