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Automatic Classification and Recommendation

  • José María González Pinto and Wolf-Tilo Balke. (Institut für Informationssysteme, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany). Offering Answers for Claim-Based Queries: A New Challenge for Digital Libraries
  • Budi Nugroho and Masayoshi Aritsugi. (Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Graduate Schoo of Science and Technology, Japan) Application of k-Step Random Walk Paths to Graph Kernel for Automatic Patent Classification
  • Iqra Safder1, Junaid Sarfraz1, Saeed-Ul Hassan1, Mohsen Ali1 and Suppawong Tuarob2. (1 Information Technology University, Lahore, Pakistan; 2 Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Mahidol University, Thailand) Detecting Target Text related to Algorithmic Efficiency in Scholarly Big Data using Recurrent Convolutional Neural Network Model
  • Janus Wawrzinek and Wolf-Tilo Balke (Institut für Informationssysteme, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany). Semantic Facettation in Pharmaceutical Collections using Deep Learning for Active Substance Contextualization

Cultural Heritage and Indigenous Knowledge

  • Eric Boamah1 and Chern Li Liew2. (School of Health and Social Science, Open Polytechnic, New Zealand; 2 Schoo of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand) Conceptualising the Digitisation and Preservation of Indigenous Knowledge: The Importance of Attitudes
  • Chiranthi Wijesundara1, Winda Monika1 and Shigeo Sugimoto2 (1 Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba, Japan; 2 Faculty of Library, Information and Media Science, University of Tsukuba, Japan). A Metadata Model to Organize Cultural Heritage Resources in Heterogeneous Information Environments
  • Robert Allen, Eunsang Yang and Tatsawan Timakum (Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea). A Foundry of Human Activities and Infrastructures (S)


Data Sharing and Retrieval

  • Gobinda Chowdhury1, Joumana Boustany2, Serap Kurbanoğlu3, Yurdagül Ünal3 and Geoff Walton4 (1 iSchool, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University, UK; 2 Université Paris Descartes, France; 3 Department of Information Management, Hacettepe University, Turkey; 4 Department of Languages, Information & Communications, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK). Preparedness for Research Data Sharing: A Study of University Researchers in Three European Countries
  • Maryam Bugaje and Gobinda Chowdhury (iSchool, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University, UK). Is Data Retrieval Different from Text Retrieval? An Exploratory Study (S)

Lexical and Discourse Analysis

  • Saeed-Ul Hassan, Mubashir Imran, Tehreem Iftikhar, Iqra Safder and Mudassir Shabbir. (Information Technology University, Lahore, Pakistan) Deep Stylometry and Lexical & Syntactic Features based Author Attribution on PLOS Full Text Digital Repository
  • Ryo Tagami, Tasuku Kimura and Hisashi Miyamori. (Division of Frontier Informatics, Graduate School of Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan) Automatic Answering Method considering Word Order for Slot Filling Questions of University Entrance Examinations
  • Yejun Wu1 and Li Yang2 (1 School of Library and Information Science, Louisiana State University, LA, USA; 2 Southwest Petroleum University, Sichuan, China). A Pilot Study on Comparing and Extracting Impact Relations (S)
  • Shuntaro Yada and Kyo Kageura (Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo, Japan). Measuring Discourse Scale of Tweet Sequences: A Case Study of Japanese Twitter Accounts (S)


Mobile Applications

  • Seyed Ali Bahrainian and Fabio Crestani. (Faculty of Informatics, University of Lugano (USI), Switzerland) Tracking Smartphone App Usage for Time-Aware Recommendation
  • Annika Hinze1, Nicholas Vanderschantz1, Claire Timpany1, Sarah-Jane Saravani2, Sally Jo Cunningham1 and Clive Wilkinson2. (1 Computer Science Department, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand; 2 University Library, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand) Use of Mobile Apps for Teaching and Research Implications for Digital Literacy
  • Ei Pa Pe Pe-Than1, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh2 and Chei Sian Lee2. (Institute for Software Research, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; 2 Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) Motivational Difference Across Gameplay Mechanics: An Investigation in Crowdsourcing Mobile Content

Search Results Presentation and Visualization

  • Trond Aalberg1, Tanja Mercun2 and Maja Žumer2 (1 Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2 University of Ljubljana, Slovenia). Interactive displays for the next generation of entity-centric bibliographic models
  • David Bainbridge1, Sally Jo Cunningham1, Annika Hinze1 and J. Stephen Downie2. (1 Computer Science Department, University of Waikato, New Zealand; 2 School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA) Writers of the Lost Paper: A Case Study on Barriers to (Re-) Finding Publications
  • José María González Pinto and Wolf-Tilo Balke. (Institut für Informationssysteme, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany) Result Set Diversification in Digital Libraries through the Use of PapersClaims
  • Yasuko Hagiwara1, Emi Ishita2, Mizutani Emiko1, Kana Fukushima1, Yukiko Watanabe2 and Yoichi Tomiura3. (1Department of Library Science, Graduate Schoo Leo Integrated Frontier Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan; 2 Kyushu University Library, Kyushu University, Japan; 3 Department of Informatics, Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan) Identifying Key Elements of Search Results for Document Selection in the Digital Age: An Observational Study (S)

Social Media

  • Lara Dodd1, Gobinda Chowdhury1, Morgan Harvey1 and Geoff Walton2. (1 iSchool, Northumbria University, UK; 2 Manchester Metropolitan University, UK) Information Seeking Behaviour of Aspiring Undergraduates on Social Media: Who are They Interacting with?
  • Dion Hoe-Lian Goh1, Alton Y.K. Chua1, Hanyu Shi1, Wenju Wei1, Haiyan Wang1 and Ee Peng Lim2. (1 Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Inforamtion, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 2 School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University, Singapore) An Analysis of Rumor and Counter-Rumor Messages in Social Media
  • Suppawong Tuarob and Jarernsri Mitrpanont. (Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Mahidol University, Thailand) Automatic Discovery of Abusive Thai Language Usages in Social Networks

User Behavior

  • Songphan Choemprayong1 and Thanaphorn Atikij2. (Behavioral Research Informatics Research Unit and Department of Library Science, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; 2 Department of Psychology, Library Science, and Geography, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University, Thailand) Effects of Search Tactic on Affective Transition while Using Google: A Quasi-Experimental Study of Undergraduate Students
  • Sally Jo Cunningham1, David Bainbridge1 and Annette Bainbridge2. (1 Computer Science Department, University of Waikato, New Zealand; 2 Independent Scholar, New Zealand) Exploring Personal Music Collection Behavior
  • Cliff Loke, Schubert Foo and Shaheen Majid. (Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) Video Seeking Behavior of Young Adults for Self Directed Learning
  • Anushia Inthiran. (Department of Accounting and Information Systems, University of Canterbury, New Zealand) Doctor-Patient Communication of Health Information Found Online: Preliminary Results from South East Asia (S)