Accepted Papers

M1A: Metadata

Content-Based Quality Estimation for Automatic Subject Indexing of Short Texts under Precision and Recall Constraints Martin Toepfer and Christin Seifert
Metadata Synthesis and Updates on Collections Harvested using the Open Archive Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting Sarantos Kapidakis
Metadata Enrichment of Multi-Disciplinary Digital Library: A Semantic-based Approach Hussein Al-Natsheh, Lucie Martinet, Fabrice Muhlenbach, Fabien Rico and Djamel A. Zighed
T1A: Entity Disambiguation

Harnessing Historical Corrections to Build Test Collections for Named Entity Disambiguation Florian Reitz
Homonym Detection in Curated Bibliographies: Learning from dblp’s Experience Marcel R. Ackermann and Florian Reitz
T2A: Data Management

Research Data Preservation Using Process Engines and Machine-actionable Data Management Plans Asztrik Bakos, Tomasz Miksa and Andreas Rauber
Maturity Models for Data and Information Management – A State of the Art Diogo Proença and José Borbinha
An operationalized DDI Infrastructure to document, publish, preserve and search social science research data Claus-Peter Klas and Oliver Hopt
T2B: Scholarly Communication

Unveiling Scholarly Communities over Knowledge Graphs Sahar Vahdati, Guillermo Palma, Rahul Jyoti Nath, Christoph Lange, Sören Auer and Maria-Esther Vidal
Metadata Analysis of Scholarly Events of Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, and Mathematics Said Fathalla, Sahar Vahdati, Sören Auer and Christoph Lange
Venue Classification of Research Papers in Scholarly Digital Libraries Cornelia Caragea and Corina Florescu
T3A: Digital humanities

Towards better Understanding Researcher Strategies in Cross-lingual Event Analytics Simon Gottschalk, Viola Bernacchi, Richard Rogers and Elena Demidova
Adding words to Manuscripts: from PagesXML to TEITOK Maarten Janssen
T4A: User Interaction

Predicting Retrieval Success Based on Information Use for Writing Tasks Pertti Vakkari, Michael Völske, Martin Potthast, Matthias Hagen and Benno Stein
Personalised Session Difficulty Prediction in an Online Academic Search Engine Tuan Vu Tran and Norbert Fuhr
User Engagement with Generous Interfaces for Digital Cultural Heritage Robert Speakman, Mark Michael Hall and David Walsh
T4B: Resources

Peer review and citation data in predicting university rankings, a large-scale analysis David Pride and Petr Knoth
The MUIR Framework: Cross-Linking MOOC Resources to Enhance Discussion Forums Ya-Hui An, Muthu Kumar Chandresekaran, Min-Yen Kan and Yan Fu
Figures in Scientific Open Access Publications Lucia Sohmen, Jean Charbonnier, Ina Blümel, Christian Wartena and Lambert Heller
W1A: Information Extraction

Finding Person Relations in Image Data of News Collections in the Internet Archive Eric Müller-Budack, Kader Pustu-Iren, Sebastian Diering and Ralph Ewerth
Ontology-Driven Information Extraction from Research Publications Vayianos Pertsas and Panos Constantopoulos
W2A: Information Retrieval

Scientific Claims Characterization for Claim-Based Analysis in Digital Libraries José Maria González Pinto and Wolf-Tilo Balke
Automatic Segmentation and Semantic Annotation of Verbose Queries in Digital Library Susmita Sadhu and Plaban Kumar Bhowmick
W2B: Recommendation

Open Source Software Recommendations Using Github Miika Koskela, Inka Simola and Kostas Stefanidis
Recommending Scientific Videos based on Metadata Enrichment using Linked Open Data Justyna Medrek, Christian Otto and Ralph Ewerth
P: Posters

TIB-arXiv: An Alternative Search Portal for the arXiv Pre-print Server Matthias Springstein, Huu Hung Nguyen, Anett Hoppe and Ralph Ewerth
An Analytics Tool for Exploring Scientific Software and Related Publications Anett Hoppe, Jascha Hagen, Helge Holzmann, Günter Kniesel and Ralph Ewerth
Digital Museum Map Mark Michael Hall
ORCID iDs in the Open Knowledge Era Marina Morgan and Naomi Eichenlaub
Revealing Historical Events out of Web Archives Quentin Lobbé
The FAIR Accessor as a tool to reinforce the authenticity of digital archival information André Pacheco
Who Cites What in Computer Science? – Analysing Citation Patterns across Conference Rank and Gender Tobias Milz and Christin Seifert
Back to the Source: Recovering Original (Hebrew) Script from Transcribed Metadata Aaron Christianson, Rachel Heuberger and Thomas Risse
From Handwritten Manuscripts to Linked Data Lise Stork, Andreas Weber, Jaap van den Herik, Aske Plaat, Fons Verbeek and Katherine Wolstencroft
A Study on the Monetary Value Estimation of User Satisfaction with the Digital Library Service Focused on Construction Technology Information in South Korea Seong-Yun Jeong
Visual Analysis of Search Results in Scopus Database Ondrej Klapka and Antonin Slaby
False-positive Reduction in Ontology Matching Based on Concepts’ Domain Similarity Audun Vennesland and Trond Aalberg
Association Rule based Clustering of Electronic Resources in University Digital Library Debashish Roy, Chen Ding, Lei Jin and Dana Thomas
Hybrid Image Retrieval in Digital Libraries: A Large Scale Multicollection Experimentation of Deep Learning techniques Jean-Philippe Moreux and Guillaume Chiron
Grassroots meets grasstops: Integrated research data management with EUDAT B2 Services, Dendro and LabTablet João Rocha da Silva, Nelson Pereira, Pedro Dias and Bruno Barros
Linked publications and research data: use cases for Digital Libraries Fidan Limani, Atif Latif and Klaus Tochtermann
The Emergence of Thai OER to Support Open Education Titima Thumbumrung and Boonlert Aroonpiboon
Fair play at Carlos III University of Madrid Library Belén Fernandez-Del-Pino Torres and Teresa Malo-De-Molina Martín-Montalvo
Supporting description of research data: evaluation and comparison of term and concept extraction approaches Cláudio Monteiro, Carla Teixeira Lopes and João Rocha da Silva
Anonymized distributed PHR using Blockchain for openness and non-repudiation guarantee David Mendes, Irene Rodrigues, César Fonseca, Manuel Lopes, José García-Alonso and Javier Berrocal

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