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Call for Participation: ICDAT 2004

From: Chris Wang <jhwang@iis.sinica.edu.tw>
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 11:11:35 +0800
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Call for Participation
2004 APEC Workshop on Resource Sharing in Digital Libraries
in conjunction with
2004 International Conference on Digital Archive Technologies
16-19 March, 2004
The Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei, Taiwan
Sponsored by
Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica
National Science Council, Taiwan
Technology R/D Division, National Digital Archives Program Office,
APEC-WK2004's URL: http://www.iis.sinica.edu.tw/APEC04/
ICDAT2004's URL: http://www.iis.sinica.edu.tw/ICDAT04/
This workshop program aims to provide a forum for delegates of APEC
economies and participants interested in the area of digital libraries
to share 
their experience in the digital library development and explore ways on 
cooperation and collaboration of digital libraries.  The four-day 
interdisciplinary workshop will include a very exciting agenda
consisting of 
invited speeches, technical presentations, and panel discussion
sessions.  In 
the first two days, it will offer a series of invited speeches by 
internationally recognized experts including topics on Digital
Resource Management, Digital Content Presentation, Digital Museums and
Libraries Collaboration. In the last two days we will have a joint
meeting with ICDAT 2004, a two-day meeting with an emphasis on advanced 
technical topics including 4 invited speeches, 18 solicited technical 
presentations, and a panel discussion to discuss future international 
collaboration possibilities and establishment of a digital content
exchange and 
sharing mechanism. We believe the participants will find this workshop
and insightful and in the meantime we are looking forward more
participants to 
attending the upcoming meeting and exploring Taipei, a city full of
and energy.
2004 APEC Workshop and ICDAT will be held at 
the Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei, which is situated near to Taipei's major
commercial and financial districts, World Trade Center and government
160, Jen Ai Road, Section 3, Taipei, Taiwan 106 R.O.C.  
TEL: +886-2-2700-2323
FAX: +886-2-2700-0729
URL: http://3w.howard-hotels.com.tw/hotel_je/je.asp
The workshop warmly welcomes you to the beautiful north Taiwan and
Taipei to enjoy the workshop program. Please visit our Web site for 
up-to-date registration information: 
An outline of the preliminary program is shown below, details can be
found on
Title:   Challenges for Digital Libraries: Preservation and
Speaker: Howard Besser
         Professor and Director, Moving Image Archive and Preservation
         NYU's Tisch School of the Arts
         Cinema Studies Department
Title:   Managing Collection Resources at The Art Institute of Chicago
Speaker: Michael Blossom
         Technical Designer for CITI III Collection Management
         Senior Systems Analyst
         The Art Institute of Chicago
Title:   Technology Development of the National Digital Archives Program

Speaker: Jan-Ming Ho
         Research Fellow, Academia Sinica
Title:   Bridging the Gap between Academic Digital Archives and the
         Content Industry -- The Application and Service Division of the

         National Digital Archives Program
Speakers:Jieh Hsiang
         The University Librarian, National Taiwan University
         Hsueh-Hua Chen
         Professor, Department of Library and Information Science
         National Taiwan University
Title:   National Digital Archives Program in Taiwan: An Overview
Speaker: Der-Tsai Lee
         Director, Academia Sinica
Title:   Collaborating to Build Digital Resources: 
         Some Case Studies of Creating Digital Cultural Content
Speaker: Robert Sidney Martin
         Director, Institute of Museum and Library Services
Title:   Expository Programming and the Digital Library
Speaker: Ken Perlin
         Professor, Department of Computer Science, New York University
         Director of the Media Research Laboratory
         Co-Director of the NYU Center for Advanced Technology
Title:   Digital Asset Acquisition, Preservation, and Delivery
         at the Harvard University Art Museums
Speaker: Sam Quigley
         Director of Digital Information and Technology
         Harvard University Art Museums
         Cambridge, Massachusetts
Title:   Lowering the Cost of Participation: Large Scale Digital Museum 
         Collaborations Past and Future
Speaker: Richard Rinehart
         Digital Media Director, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film
         Instructor, Department of Art Practice
         University of California, Berkeley
Title:   Mozume: Associative Information System for Cultural Heritage
Speaker: Akihiko Takano
         Professor, National Institute of Informatics
         Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, Univ. of Tokyo
Title:   Case Studies in Digital Archive Projects in Japan
         - Digital Culture Assets in the Regional Management
Speaker: Mitsuhiro Takemura
         Associate Professor Institute of Environmental Studies
         Graduate School of Frontier Sciences
         The University of Tokyo
Title:   Managing Collection Resources at The Art Institute of Chicago
Speaker: Gregory Tschann
         Collection Management Automation Co-Project Director
         Registrar, Permanent Collection
         The Art Institute of Chicago
Voice Access of Mandarin Broadcast News
-- Berlin Chen, Shun-Shii Lin, James Chen, Wen-Li Shih
   (National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan)
On Virtual 3D Exhibition of Museum Stores Using Object-Movie
-- Chu-Song Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
A Practical Web-based Approach to Enriching Thesaurus
-- Guey-Shya Chen, Shui-Lung Chuang
   (National Tai-Chung Teachers College, Taiwan)
The Austrian Literature online Digital Repository 
-- Alexander Egger (Campus02, Austria)
Archiving of Electronically Signed Emails
-- Alexander Egger and Georg Lindsberger (Campus02, Austria)
Satisfying Engineering communities through consortia based System:
A conceptual framework for regional cooperation in India
-- Maitrayee Ghosh (S.P.College of Engineering, India)
DM-XIDS - An application-layer router of incoming XML streams
-- HaoGui, Huayang Li,Yucai Feng (DM Database Corporation, China)
Grid Portal Structure Optimization using Web Mining Technology 
-- Hsin-Chuan Ho, Chao-Tung Yang and Hui-Chen Peng 
   (Tunghai University, Taiwan)
Using Web Corpora to Create Hierarchical Text Classifiers
-- Chien-Chung Huang (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Context Recombination for Cultural Digital Archives 
-- Asanobu Kitamoto, Sonoko Sato, Takeo Yamamoto, and Kinji Ono
   (National Institute of Informatics, Japan)
Building a Multi-modal Multimedia Information Retrieval System for 
the National Museum of History
-- Shun-Shii Lin, Berlin Chen, and Shi-Jie Huang
   (National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan)
Losing Hubs and authorities on the web: Blondel's to the rescue on how 
similar are Bow Tie graphs
-- George Meghabghab (Dept. of Computer Science Technology, USA)
Constructing Securities and Futures Markets Legal Maps of Taiwan using
-- Jen-Ying Shih, Yu-Jung Chang, Wun-Hua Chen, Jan-Ming Ho and Cheng-Yan
   (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Organizing information for the Agribusiness Sector: Embrapa's
Information Agency
-- Kleber Xavier Sampaio de Souza, Joseph Davis, Marcia Izabel Fugisawa
   (University of Sydney, Australia)
Towards A Music Digital Library: A Content-based Processing Paradigm of 
Music Collections Using Solo Vocal Signal Modeling
-- Wei-Ho Tsai and Hsin-Min Wang (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Bilingual Thesaurus Construction for Cross-Language Information
-- Jenq-Haur Wang, Jei-Wen Teng, and Wen-Hsiang Lu (Academia Sinica,
Please visit our Web site for up-to-date conference information and
activities: http://www.iis.sinica.edu.tw/APEC04/
If you have any questions, please contact:
Ms. Andrea Chen 
Institute of Information Science 
Academia Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, TAIWAN 
Tel: 886-2-27883799 ext. 2204 
Fax: 886-2-27824814 
E-mail: achen@iis.sinica.edu.tw
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