Accepted papers

Paper id Paper title Paper authors (cummulative – not in order of appearence in the paper)
10 Understanding the Composition of Conference Program Committees Hong Diep Tran – Guillaume Cabanac – Gilles Hubert
12 Framework for identifying predatory journals Tove Faber Frandsen – Jeppe Nicolaisen
13 Extracting Event-Centric Document Collections from Large Scale Web Archives Gerhard Gossen – Elena Demidova – Thomas Risse
14 A Comparative Study of Language Modeling to Instance-based Methods and Feature Combinations for Authorship Attribution Olga Fourkioti – Symeon Symeonidis – Avi Arampatzis
17 Sustaining Cultural Treasures within the Internet of Things: Monitoring Libraries with MonTreAL Marcel Großmann – Steffen Illig – Cornelius Matějka
18 Extending R2RML with Support for RDF Collections and Containers to Generate MADS-RDF Datasets from Relational Databases Christophe Debruyne – Lucy McKenna – Declan O’Sullivan
19 A Digital Repository for Physical Samples: Concepts, Solutions and Management Anusuriya Devaraju – Jens Klump – Victor Tey – Ryan Fraser – Simon Cox – Lesley Wyborn
22 On the uses of word sense change for research in the digital humanities Nina Tahmasebi – Thomas Risse
23 What Others Say About This Work? Scalable Extraction of Citation Contexts from Research Papers Petr Knoth – Phil Gooch – Kris Jack
24 Building the Brazilian Academic Genealogy Tree Wellington Dores – Elias Soares – Fabrício Benevenuto – Alberto Laender
26 Multi-aspect Entity-centric Analysis of Big Social Media Archives Pavlos Fafalios – Vasileios Iosifidis – Kostas Stefanidis – Eirini Ntoutsi
28 A Comparison of Pre-processing Techniques for Twitter Sentiment Analysis Symeon Symeonidis – Avi Arampatzis – Dimitrios Effrosynidis
32 Challenges of Research Data Management for High Performance Computing Björn Schembera – Thomas Bönisch
33 Exploring ontology-enhanced bibliography databases using faceted search Tadeusz Pankowski
34 Facet Embeddings for Explorative Analytics in Digital Libraries Sepideh Mesbah – Kyriakos Frageskos – Christoph Lofi – Alessandro Bozzon – Geert-Jan Houben
35 Understanding the Influence of Hyperparameters on Text Embeddings for Natural Language Processing Tasks Nils Witt – Christin Seifert
36 How Linked Data can aid Machine Learning-based Tasks Michalis Mountantonakis – Yannis Tzitzikas
37 Evaluating the Usefulness of Visual Features for Supporting Document Triage Dagmar Kern – Maria Lusky – Dirk Wacker
38 A Decade of evaluating Europeana – What have we learned? Vivien Petras – Juliane Stiller
39 Challenges in Scientific Workflow Management Kyriakos Kritikos – Friederike Klan
40 Classifying document types to enhance search and recommendations in digital libraries Aristotelis Charalampous – Petr Knoth
41 Can Plausibility Help to Support High Quality Content in Digital Libraries? Jose Maria Gonzalez Pinto – Wolf-Tilo Balke
42 Sentiment Classification over Opinionated Data Streams through Informed Model Adaptation Vasileios Iosifidis – Annina Oelschlager – Eirini Ntoutsi
43 RussianFlu-DE: A German Corpus for a Historical Epidemic with Temporal Annotation Van Canh Tran – Katja Markert – Wolfgang Nejdl
44 Towards Semantic Quality Control of Automatic Subject Indexing Christin Seifert – Martin Toepfer
55 Metadata aggregation: assessing the application of IIIF and Sitemaps within cultural heritage Nuno Freire – Glen Robson – John B. Howard – Hugo Manguinhas – Antoine Isaac
56 The Clustering-based Initialization for Non-negative Matrix Factorization in the Feature Transformation of the High-dimensional Text Categorization System: A Viewpoint of Term Vectors Nguyen Hoai Nam Le – Bao Quoc Ho
57 High-Pass Text Filtering for Citation Matching Yannis Foufoulas – Lefteris Stamatogiannakis – Harry Dimitropoulos – Yannis Ioannidis
58 Incidental or influential? – Challenges in automatically detecting citation importance using publication full texts. Petr Knoth – David Pride
61 Development of an RDF-Enabled Cataloguing Tool Lucy McKenna – Marta Bustillo – Tim Keefe – Declan O’Sullivan – Christophe Debruyne
62 Plagiarism Detection based on Citing Sentences Sidik Soleman – Atsushi Fujii
65 When a Metadata Provider Task is Successful Sarantos Kapidakis
66 Employing Twitter hashtags and linked data to suggest trending resources in a digital library Konstantinos Kyprianos – Ioannis Papadakis – Apostolos Karalis – Christos Douligeris
69 Building User Groups based on a Structural Representation of User Search Sessions Wilko van Hoek – Zeljko Carevic
70 Towards a Semantic Search Engine for Scientific Articles Bastien Latard – Germain Forestier – Jonathan Weber – Michel Hassenforder
71 Interactive displays for the next generation of bibliographic models Trond Aalberg – Tanja Merčun – Maja Žumer
73 A Complete Year of User Retrieval Sessions in a Social Sciences Academic Search Engine Philipp Mayr – Ameni Kacem
74 Preserving bibliographic relationships in mappings from FRBR to BIBFRAME 2.0 Sofia Zapounidou – Michalis Sfakakis – Christos Papatheodorou
76 Towards building knowledge resources from social media using semantic roles Diana Trandabat
77 Analysing Scholarly Communication Metadata of Computer Science Events Said Fathalla – Sahar Vahdati – Christoph Lange – Sören Auer
78 Semantic Enrichment of Web Query Interfaces to enable Dynamic Deep Linking to Web Information Portals Arne Martin Klemenz – Klaus Tochtermann
79 Analysis of Interactive Multimedia Features in Scientific Publication Platforms Camila Wohlmuth Da Silva – Nuno Correia
81 Towards finding animal replacement methods Nadine Dulisch – Brigitte Mathiak
82 The Ghost in the Museum Website: Investigating the General Public’s Interactions with Museum Websites David Walsh – Mark Hall – Paul Clough – Jonathan Foster
84 Information Governance Maturity Model – Final Development Iteration Diogo Proença – Ricardo Vieira – Jose Borbinha
85 Lexicon Induction from Text for Interpretable Classification Jeremie Clos – Nirmalie Wiratunga
86 Social Dendro: social network techniques applied to research data description Nelson Pereira – João Rocha Da Silva – Cristina Ribeiro
87 Multiple Random Walks for Personalized Ranking with Trust and Distrust Dimitrios Rafailidis – Fabio Crestani
88 Mining Semantic Patterns for Sentiment Analysis of Product Reviews Sang-Sang Tan – Jin-Cheon Na
92 Social Tagging: Implications from Studying User Behaviour and Institutional Practice Õnne Mets – Jaagup Kippar
94 Exploiting Interlinked Research Metadata Sahar Vahdati – Christoph Lange – Shirin Ameri
95 Semantic Author Name Disambiguation with Word Embeddings Mark-Christoph Mueller
96 What Information Users Search for Using Europeana and Why Paul Clough – Timothy Hill – Monica Lestari Paramita – Paula Goodale
97 Automatic Hierarchical Categorization of Research Expertise Using Minimum Information Gustavo Siqueira – Sergio Canuto – Alberto Laender – Marcos André Gonçalves
99 Towards a Knowledge Graph Representing Research Findings by Semantifying Survey Articles Said Fathalla – Sahar Vahdati – Christoph Lange – Sören Auer
101 User Interactions with Bibliographic Information Visualizations Tanja Merčun – Athena Salaba
102 Corpus-based concept summaries for document annotation Nirmalie Wiratunga – Ikechukwu Nkisi-Orji – Kit-Ying Hui – Rachel Heaven – Stewart Massie
103 Integration of Scholarly Communication Metadata using Knowledge Graphs Sören Auer – Afshin Sadeghi – Christoph Lange – Maria Esther Vidal
104 What Should I Cite? Cross-Collection Reference Recommendation of Patents and Papers Julian Risch – Ralf Krestel
108 Introducing Solon: A system for Modelling, Managing and Mining Legal Sources Marios Koniaris – George Papastefanatos – Marios Meimaris – Giorgos Alexiou