Note: 27 and 28 September at: Brothers Bersa Concert Hall at II Palaces · Friday 29 September is going to be at Multimedia hall.

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Registration and Welcome Reception

Location: 2 Palaces, Brothers Bersa Concert Hall


Laura Hollink

Keynote 1: Laura Hollink

Title: Responsible AI & GLAM: challenges and opportunities  

Chair: Marijana Tomić

Coffee Break

Session 1: Applications and Digital Library Systems

Session chair: Nuno Freire

Holistic graph-based document representation and management for open science • (invited-full)

Stefano Ferilli (University of Bari); Domenico Redavid (University of Bari); Davide Di Pierro (Università degli Studi di Bari)

Known by the Company it Keeps: Proximity-Based Indexing for Physical Content in Archival Repositories • (full)

Douglas Oard (University of Maryland)

Aspect-Driven Structuring of Historical Dutch Newspaper Archives • (full)

Hermann Kroll (TU Braunschweig); Christin K. Kreutz (TH Köln - University of Applied Sciences); Mirjam Cuper (KB, National Library of the Netherlands); Bill Matthias Thang (TU Braunschweig); Wolf-Tilo Balke (TU Braunschweig)

PreprintResolver: Improving Citation Quality by Resolving Published Versions of ArXiv Preprints using Literature Databases • (full)

Louise Bloch (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund); Johannes Rückert (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund); Christoph M. Friedrich (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund)


Session 2: Discovering Science

Session chair: Martin Klein

On Retraction Cascade? Citation Intention Analysis as a Quality Control Mechanism in Digital Libraries • (full)

Muhammad Usman (TU Braunschweig); Wolf-Tilo Balke (TU Braunschweig)

Using Semi-Automatic Annotation Platform to create Corpus for Argumentative Zoning • (full)

Alaa El-Ebshihy (TU Wien); Annisa Maulida Ningtyas (TU Wien); Florina Piroi (TU Wien); Andreas Rauber (TU Wien); ade romadhony (Telkom University); Said Al Faraby (Telkom University); Mira Kania Sabariah (Telkom University)

CORE-GPT: Combining Open Access research and large language models for credible, trustworthy question answering. • (full) • BEST PAPER AWARD

David Pride (The Open University); Matteo Cancellieri (The Open University); Petr Knoth (Knowledge Media institute, The Open University)

A Robust Approach for Hybrid Personalized Recommender Systems • (full)

Nam Le Nguyen Hoai (University of science, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)

Classification of Visualization Types and Perspectives in Patents • (short)

Junaid Ahmed Ghauri (TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology); Eric Müller-Budack (TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology); Ralph Ewerth (TIB - Leibniz Information Center for Science and Technology)

Coffee Break

Session 3: Data Citation and Citation Analysis

Session chair: David Pride

How to Cite a Web Ranking and Make it FAIR • (full) • BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD

Alessandro Lotta (University of Padua); Gianmaria Silvello (University of Padova)

Tracing Data Footprints: Formal and Informal Data Citations in the Scientific Literature • (full)

Ornella Irrera (University of Padua); Andrea Mannocci (CNR - ISTI); Paolo Manghi (CNR - ISTI); Gianmaria Silvello (University of Padova)

Non-citable but not uncited: a large-scale citation analysis of editorials • (short)

Tove Faber Frandsen (SDU); Jeppe Nicolaisen (KU)

BIP! NDR (NoDoiRefs): A Dataset of Citations From Papers Without DOIs in Computer Science Conferences and Workshops • (short)

Paris Koloveas (Athena RC); Serafeim Chatzopoulos (ATHENA RC); Christos Tryfonopoulos (University of the Peloponnese); Thanasis Vergoulis (Athena Research Center)

Investigating the Relation between Authors’ Academic Age and their Citations • (short)

Rand Alchokr (Otto von Guericke University); Gunter Saake (University of Magdeburg); Jacob Krüger (Eindhoven University of Technology)

City Tour

Beatrice Alex

Keynote 2: Beatrice Alex

Title: AI language technologies and digital collections: the need for interdisciplinary communication and co-design  

Chair: Željka Tomasović

Coffee Break

Session 4: Digital Humanities and Human in the loop

Session chair: Elina Late

Human-in-the-loop Latent Space Learning for Bibrecord-based Literature Management • (invited-full)

Shingo Watanabe (University of Tsukuba); Hiroyoshi Ito (University of Tsukuba); Masaki Matsubara (University of Tsukuba); Atsuyuki Morishima (University of Tsukuba)

Image Modification Modeled as a Storytelling Process • (short)

Ergun Akleman (Texas A&M University); Filipe Castro (Universidade de Coimbra); Richard Furuta (Texas A&M University)

From ISAD(G) to Linked Data Archival Descriptions • (short)

Inês Koch (FEUP/ INESC TEC); Catarina Pires (FEUP/ INESC TEC); Carla Teixeira Lopes (University of Porto); Maria Cristina Ribeiro (University of Porto); Sérgio Nunes (University of Porto)

Detection of Redacted Text in Legal Documents • (short)

Maarten Marx (IRlab, Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam)

The First Tile for the Digital Onomastic Repertoire of the French Medieval Romance: Problems and Perspectives • (short)

Marta Milazzo (University of Padua); Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio (University of Padua)


Session 5: Digital Cultural Heritage

Session chair: Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio

Multi-view Graph-based Text Representations for Imbalanced Classification • (full)

Ola Karajeh (Virginia Tech); Ismini Lourentzou (Virginia Tech); Edward A Fox (Virginia Tech)

Large Synthetic Data from the arχiv for OCR Post Correction of Historic Scientific Articles • (short)

Jill P Naiman (School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign); Peter KG Williams (Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian)

Fostering access to cultural heritage knowledge: iterative design for the visit of historical monuments • (full)

Adrien Fallot (Université de Technologie de Troyes); Aurélien Bénel (Université de Technologie de Troyes); Ines Di Loreto (Université de Technologie de Troyes)

Persistent identifier usage by cultural heritage institutions: a study on the dataset • (short)

Nuno Freire (Europeana Foundation)

Need for Inclusive Use of Digital Cultural Heritage: First Results in MuseIT • (short)

Elena Maceviciute (Högskolan i Borås); Nasrine Olson (Högskolan i Borås)

A Multilingual Dashboard To Analyse Intercultural Knowledge Circulation • (invited-full)

Amel AF Fraisse (Université de Lille)

Free Time

Social Dinner

Location: A'MARE HOTEL ZADAR (Ul. bana Josipa Jelačića 4A, 23000, Zadar)


Session 6: Monitoring and Publishing science

Session chair: Naiman Jill

It's Not Just GitHub: Identifying Data and Software Sources Included in Publications • (full)

Emily L Escamilla (Old Dominion University); Lamia Salsabil (Old Dominion University); Martin Klein (LANL); Jian Wu (Old Dominion University); Michele Weigle (Old Dominion University); Michael L Nelson (ODU)

A Graph Neural Network Approach for Evaluating Correctness of Groups of Duplicates • (full)

Michele De Bonis (Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione "A. Faedo" - CNR); Filippo Minutella (TIM S.p.A.); Fabrizio Falchi (CNR-ISTI); Paolo Manghi (CNR - ISTI)

Synthesizing Web Archive Collections Into Big Data: Lessons From Mining Data From Web Archives • (short)

Shawn M Jones (Los Alamos National Laboratory); Himarsha R Jayanetti (Old Dominion University); Martin Klein (LANL); Michele Weigle (Old Dominion University); Michael L Nelson (ODU)

A Comparison of Automated Journal Recommender Systems • (short)

Elias Entrup (TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology); Anett Hoppe (TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology); Ralph Ewerth (TIB - Leibniz Information Center for Science and Technology)

Making PDFs Accessible for Visually Impaired Users (and Findable for Everybody Else) • (short)

Ruben van Heusden (ILPS research group, University of Amsterdam)

Coffee Break

Session 7: Human-Computer Interaction

From textual to visual image searching: User experience of advanced image search tool • (short)

Elina Late (Tampere University); Jenni Raitoharju (University of Jyväskylä)

Ranking for Learning: Studying Users’ Perceptions of Relevance, Understandability, and Engagement • (short)

Yasin Ghafourian Boroojerdnia (Research Studios Austria Forschungsgesellschaft); Allan Hanbury (Institute for Information Systems Engineering, TU Wien, VIenna); Petr Knoth (Knowledge Media institute, The Open University)

Readability Measures as Predictors of Understandability and Engagement in Searching to Learn • (short)

Yasin Ghafourian Boroojerdnia (Research Studios Austria Forschungsgesellschaft); Allan Hanbury (Institute for Information Systems Engineering, TU Wien, VIenna); Petr Knoth (Knowledge Media institute, The Open University)

Closing and TPDL 2024