THE CONFERENCE TOPICS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Models and standards for information and metainformation representation (including thesauri and ontologies) in DLM

  • Methods and tools for data search, discovery, retrieval and analysis in DLM

  • Access to distributed and heterogeneous digital collections: interoperability, scalability, relevant information discovery, metainformation

  • Open architectures for digital information environments

  • Human aspects of DL (user inters, user behavior, personalization, data visualization (rendering) and analysis, intellectual property, user communities)

  • Analysis and processing of the natural languages, images, video-, audio- and other data

  • Multilingual data access and multilingual data service

  • DL, DL prototype and digital collections for science, education, culture, health care and management

  • Digital collections in traditional libraries, museums, archives, information centers

  • Advanced technologies of digital collection generation, storage and system maintenance

  • Digital collection cataloging, indexing, referencing, maintenance of integrity and consistency

  • DL security and information protection

  • GRID technologies and DL (DL applications, cross-DLs links, GRID and DLs interoperability)


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