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By Khin Mi Mi Aung, Kiejin Park, Jong Sou Park (auth.), Edward A. Fox, Erich J. Neuhold, Pimrumpai Premsmit, Vilas Wuwongse (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth overseas convention on Asian electronic Libraries, ICADL 2005, held in Bangkok, Thailand in December 2005.

The forty revised complete papers, 15 revised brief papers, and 15 posters provided including five keynote and invited papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 164 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on options and types for electronic library structures, case reports in electronic libraries, electronic files and museums, multimedia electronic libraries, info processing in asian electronic libraries, electronic libraries for neighborhood development, details retrieval thoughts, ontologies and content material administration in electronic libraries, info integration and retrieval applied sciences in electronic libraries, details mining applied sciences in electronic libraries, electronic library approach structure and implementations, info processing in electronic libraries, human-computer interfaces, and metadata concerns in electronic libraries.

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Richardson, Space – the Final Chapter or Why Physical Representations Are Not Semantic Intentions, C. McKnight, A. ), Hypertext: A Psychological Perspective, Ellis Horwood, New York, 1993. 15. D. M. Zorich, Beyond bitslag: Integrating museum resources on the internet, K. ), The Wired Museum: Emerging Technology and Changing Paradigms, pp. 171-201, American Association of Museums, 1997. 16. R. Davies and M. Jefsioutine, 3-D or not 3-D? Putting theory into practice in a virtual gallery of contemporary jewellery, Exchange Online: Research Papers in Art, Media and Design, Issue 1, 2000.

38 – 43, 2005. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005 An Ontology-Based Model of Digital Libraries 39 its view can be generalized. The model emerges from three non-orthogonal components of digital libraries: the users, the data/collection and the technology used. The interaction of these three defines the fourth component: usage. Each component connects the DL domain to different fields of research, with different interests and evaluation ’culture’. This model is less formal than the 5S model.

The system was implemented in Java. It has a client-server architecture over the Internet, consisting of a Web browser, a servlet, and a database. The user interface is a regular Web browser. 1 Map Interface, Based on Map Metaphor The map metaphor was implemented as a map-based user interface. The map interface is the most straightforward implementation of the map metaphor and is located at the 28 T. Tezuka and K. Tanaka upper half of the user interface, which is the Web browser. The map can be dragged, turned, and zoomed in/out with the mouse.

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