Notes

Monday, August 31, 1998

	Introduction

Wednesday, September 2, 1998

	Bruce Schatz and Hsinchun Chen
	Building Large-Scale Digital Libraries
	Computer96, pp 22-26

	Schatz, et al.
	Federating Diverse Collections of Scientific Literature
	Computer96, pp 28-36

	Wilensky
	Towards Work-Centered Digital Information Services
	Computer96, pp 37-44

Friday, September 4, 1998

	Wactlar, et al.
	Intelligent Access to Digital Video:  Informedia Project
	Computer96, pp 46-52

	Smith
	A Digital Library for Geographically Referenced Materials
	Computer96, pp 54-60

Monday, September 7, 1998
		
	Paepcke, et al.
	Using Distributed Objects for Digital Library Interoperability
	Computer96, pp 61-68

	Atkins, et al.
	Toward Inquiry-Based Education Through Interacting Software
	Agents
	Computer96, pp 69-76

Wednesday, September 9, 1998
	No additional readings assigned for this day

Friday, September 11, 1998

	NRC97 Workshop Report, pp v-58
	(Executive Summary, Introduction, Summary of the Workshop,
	Synthesis and Conclusions, Steering Committee Recommendations,
	Literature Cited)

Monday, September 14, 1998

	David M. Levy and Catherine C. Marshall
	Going Digital: A Look at Assumptions Underlying Digital
	Libraries
	CACM95, pp. 77-84

	Geo Wiederhold
	Digital Libraries, Value and Productivity
	CACM95, pp. 85-96

Wednesday, September 16, 1998

	Buckland
	What is a "Document"?
	JASIS, volume 48, number 9, pp 804-809, 1997

	Furuta, et al.
	Physical Objects in the Digital Library
	DL96, pp109-115

Friday, September 18, 1998 Creating a Networked Computer Science Technical Report Library James R. Davis http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september95/09davis.html A protocol and server for a distributed digital technical report library James R. Davis and Carl Lagoze http://cs-tr.cs.cornell.edu/Dienst/UI/2.0/Describe/ncstrl.cornell/TR94-1418 Wide Area Technical Report Service K. Maly, J. French, A. Selman, and E. Fox http://lite.ncstrl.org:3803/Dienst/UI/2.0/Describe/ncstrl.odu_cs/TR_94_13
Monday, September 21, 1998 No additional readings assigned on this date Wednesday, September 23, 1998 David Levy Heroric Measures DL98, pp. 152-161 Catherine C. Marshall Annotation: from paper books to the digital library DL97, pp 131-140 Friday, September 25, 1998 Schiff, Van House, and Butler Understanding Complex Information Environments: A Social Analysis of Watershed Planning DL97, pp161-168 Ann Bishop Digital Libraries and Knowledge Disaggregation DL98, pp 29-39 Monday, September 28, 1998 Miksa, Mitchell, ancd Vizine-Goetz The Case for Creating a Systematic Indexing System for the National SME&T Digital Library NRC97, pp 101-108 Thompson, Shafer, and Vizine-Goetz Evaluating Dewey concepts as a knowledge base for automatic subject Assignment DL97, pp 37-46 Wednesday, September 30, 1998 Paepcke, et al. Interoperability for Digital Libraries Worldwide CACM98, pp 33-43 Rutledge, et al. Practical Application of Existing Hypermedia Standards and Tools DL98, pp 191-199 Friday, October 2, 1998 TBA Monday, October 5, 1998 Witten, et al. A Public Library Based on Full-text Retrieval CACM98, pp 71-75 Shneiderman, Byrd, and Croft Sorting Out Searching: A User-Interface Framework for Text Searches CACM98, pp 95-98 Wednesday, October 7, 1998 Chung, et al. Automatic subject indexing using an associative neural network DL98, pp 59-68 Sanchez, Lopez, and Schnase An Agent-Based Approach to the Construction of Floristic Digital Libraries DL98, pp 210-216 Friday, October 9, 1998 Catherine C. Marshall Making Metadata DL98, pp 162-171 Marchionini, et al. Content+Connectivity => Community DL97, pp 212-220 Monday, October 12, 1998 Kumar, Furuta, and Allen Metadata Visualization for Digital Libraries DL98, pp 126-133 Furnas and Rauch Considerations for Information Environments and the NaviQue Workspace DL98, pp 79-88 Unmil points to the PAD project home page, a related resource Wednesday, October 14, 1998 Schneider, et al. Herbarium Specimen Browser DL98, pp 227-234 Gladney, et al. Digital Access to Antiquities CACM98, pp 49-57 Friday, October 16, 1998 Giles, Bollacker, and Lawrence CiteSeer DL98, pp 89-98 Schilit, Price, and Golovchinksy Digital Library Information Appliances DL98 pp 217-226
Monday, October 19, 1998 TBA Wednesday, October 21, 1998 Readings on Multivalent Documents Read these papers pointed to by http://elib.cs.berkeley.edu/papers.html Thomas A. Phelps and Robert Wilensky, Toward Active, Extensible, Networked Documents: Multivalent Architecturre and Applications,Proceedings of the 1st ACM International Conference on Digital Libraries, Bethesda, Maryland, March 20-23, 1996, pp. 100-108. Thomas A. Phelps and Robert Wilensky, Multivalent Documents: Inducing Structure and Behavior in Online Digital Documents , Best Paper Award - Digital Documents Track, Proceedings of the 29th Hawaii International Conference on System Science, Maui, Hawaii, January 3-6, 1996. Thomas A. Phelps and Robert Wilensky, Multivalent Annotations, In the Proceedings of the First European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, Pisa, 1-3 September 1997. Friday, October 23, 1998 Focused topic: Web Robots (no summaries required) Read information at http://info.webcrawler.com/mak/projects/robots/robots.html Monday, October 26, 1998 Report 1 due In-class 5 minute summaries of reports Wednesday, October 28, 1998 Additional report summaries Friday, October 30, 1998 Baldonado's dissertation (no summaries required) See http://diglib.stanford.edu/; follow the "publications" link Monday, November 2, 1998 Cousins' dissertation (no summaries required) See http://diglib.stanford.edu/; follow the "publications" link Wednesday, November 4, 1998 Gravano's dissertation (no summaries required) See http://diglib.stanford.edu/; follow the "publications" link Friday, November 6, 1998 Roscheisen's dissertation (no summaries required) See http://diglib.stanford.edu/; follow the "publications" link
Monday, November 9, 1998 Web issues Naming schemes, see Unmil's paper for a starting point. Find and summarize at least one additional paper on the topic. Wednesday, November 11, 1998 Electronic commerce, see Aravind's paper for some starting points. Also see links from IBM's Institute for Advanced Commerce And Unmil noted this site in Australia Find and summarize at least two additional pepers on this topic. Friday, November 13, 1998 In-class exercise (detail will be given in class)
Monday, November 16, 1998 Frank M. Shipman III, Richard Furuta, Catherine C. Marshall Generating Web-Based Presentations in Spatial Hypertext 1997 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces pp. 71-78 Richard Furuta, Frank M. Shipman III, Catherine C. Marshall, Donald Brenner, and Hao-wei Hsieh Hypertext Paths and the World-Wide Web: Experiences with Walden's Paths Hypertext 97 pp. 167-176 Frank M. Shipman III, Richard Furuta, Donald Brenner, Chung-Chi Chung, and Hao-wei Hsieh Using Paths in the Classroom: Experiences and Adaptations Hypertext 98 pp. 267-276 Wednesday, November 18, 1998 National efforts (papers from CACM98) pp 76-87, along with the Witten, et al., paper read earlier) No summaries due on these papers but you are to find additional information on one of these projects (or on another national project) and summarize it in one page. Friday, November 20, 1998 Pamela Samuelson and Robert J. Glushko Intellectual Property Rights for Digital Library and Hypertext Publishing Systems: Am Analysis of Xanadu Hypertxt '91, pp. 39-50 Pamela Samuelson Legally Speaking: Copyright and Digital Libraries CACM95, pp. 15-21, 110
Monday, November 23, 1998 Historical papers Vannevar Bush As We May Think 1945 (A simulation of the Memex can be found at http://www.dynamicdiagrams.com/demos/memex1a.sea.hqx (Mac version) or http://www.dynamicdiagrams.com/demos/memex1a.zip (PC version) Douglas Engelbart Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework 1962 Douglas Engelbart and William K. English A Research Center for Augmenting Human Intellect 1968 Wednesday, November 25, 1998 TBA
Monday, November 30, 1998 Begin by reading this admittedly outdated paper (no summary required): Furuta, Richard and Marshall, Catherine C. "Genre as Reflection of Technology in the World-Wide Web." Proceedings of the International Workshop on Hypermedia Design, 1995, LIRMM RR 95028, pp. 203-214. Postscript PDF From this starting point, write a brief essay bringing the concepts examined in this paper up-to-date. Find concrete examples to support your ideas and reference them. Bring to class and be prepared to discuss. Wednesday, December 2, 1998 Read two reports (or major section in the case of the Strategic Workshop) from the collections at http://www.ercim.org/publication/workshop_reports.html and summarize. Be prepared to discuss in class. Friday, December 4, 1998 Term project presentations Monday, December 7, 1998 Term project presentations Proposal writeup project is due by Friday, December 11, 1998 Term project writeup is due by Tuesday, December 15, 1998

Abbreviations for readings sources:

CACM95: Communications of the ACM, Volume 38, Number 4, April 1995
CACM98: Communications of the ACM, Volume 41, Number 4, April 1998
Computer96: Computer, Volume 29, Number 5, May 1996
DL96: ACM Digital Libraries 1996
DL97: ACM Digital Libraries 1997
DL98: ACM Digital Libraries 1998
NRC97: Developing a Digital National Library for SME&T Education, National
	Research Council, 1997
	also see online version at http://www.nap.edu/readingroom/enter2.cgi?ED.html

November 30, 1998