The 22nd International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL 2020), Nov 30 - Dec 1 [virtual conference]

Digital Libraries at Times of Massive Societal Transition
– Collaborating and Connecting Community during Global Change –

International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL), which started in Hong Kong in 1998 and over the years traveled many countries in the Asia-Pacific region, is known as a major digital library conference and has been also ranked as "Core A" conference (2018). Along with JCDL and TPDL, ICADL is held annually as one of the three top venues for connecting digital library, computer science and library and information science communities. This year ICADL will be held online from November 30 to December 1, 2020 and according to Japan time zone. ICADL conference will also collaborate with Asia-Pacific Chapter of iSchools (AP-iSchools) in this year.

Many emerging research areas such as Digital Humanities, Open Sciences, Social Informatics originated from digital library research over the past decades, and it is essential that ICADL continues as a platform for scholars to connect and develop in these emerging as well as extant areas. ICADL 2020 is planned as a forum for researchers to exchange ideas and discuss together across domains for innovative digital information environment especially during a time of pandemic, upheavals in work, culture, health services and so on. An important feature of ICADL is the diversity of the Asia-Pacific region in many aspects – languages, cultures, social systems, development levels and technologies. This diversity will bring new ideas and thoughts to the participants.

This year the conference will be held online same as many other related events due to COVID-19 pandemics. Presentations will be then performed online as well as they will be also recorded and disseminated later for open access by the community. There will be no attendance fee (neither for participants nor for authors), and only prior registration of the attendees’ information is required. The conference is free for anyone to attend!

Proceedings of ICADL 2020 will be published by Springer as an LNCS volume, which is indexed by Scopus. In this year we invite four kinds of submissions: full research papers, short research papers, practitioners papers and work-in-progress papers. A Work-in-Progress paper is a concise report of preliminary findings or other types of innovative or thought-provoking work that does not necessarily reach a level of completion but is relevant to the scope of ICADL2020. Note that there will be no demo or poster submissions for this year.

Topics

We invite submissions on diverse topics related to digital libraries and related fields including (but not limited to):

Information Technologies, Data Science & Applications

  • Information retrieval and access technologies to digital libraries content
  • Data mining and information extraction
  • IoT and digital libraries
  • AI for digital libraries
  • Knowledge discovery from digital libraries content
  • Infrastructures & development of Web Archives
  • Data science techniques and digital libraries
  • Semantic Web, linked data and metadata technologies
  • Ontologies and knowledge organization systems
  • Applications and quality assurance of digital libraries
  • Research data and open access
  • Visualization, user interface and user experience
  • Social networking and collaborative interfaces in digital libraries
  • Personal information management and personal digital libraries
  • Performance evaluation
  • Information service technologies in digital libraries
  • Bibliometrics and scholarly communication in digital libraries
  • Curation and preservation technologies in digital libraries
  • Information organization support

Cultural Information & Digital Humanities

  • Cultural heritage access and analysis
  • Digital history
  • Scholarly data analysis
  • Scientometrics
  • Access and usage of Web Archives
  • Community Informatics
  • Collaborations among archives, libraries, museums
  • Collection development and discovery
  • Digital cultural memory initiatives
  • Memory organizations in the digital space
  • Digital preservation and digital curation
  • Digital library/digital archive infrastructures
  • Digital library education and digital literacy
  • Higher education uses of digital collections
  • Research data infrastructures, management and use
  • Information policies
  • Participatory cultural heritage

Social Informatics and Socio-technological Issues in Digital Libraries

  • Data analytics for social networks
  • Socio-technical aspects of digital libraries
  • Sustainability of digital libraries
  • Research methods for digital libraries during social isolation times
  • Roles of digital libraries for isolated societies
  • Digital libraries for learning, collaboration and organization in the networked environment
  • Societal and cultural issues in knowledge, information and data
  • Intellectual freedom, censorship, misinformation
  • Intellectual property issues
  • Policy, legal, and ethical concerns for digital libraries
  • Social, legal, ethical, financial issues of Web Archives
  • Social policy issues on digital libraries
  • Information behavior analysis with digital libraries
  • Social science with digital libraries
  • Information work and digital libraries
  • Information economics and digital libraries
  • Education with digital libraries
  • Participatory cultures and digital libraries
  • Digital scholarship and services
  • Open data initiatives and utilization

Formatting & Submission Lengths

All submissions have to be in English as PDF files. Papers should follow Springer Computer Science Proceedings guidelines (https://www.springer.com/gp/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines). The lengths of submissions should be as follows:

  • Full papers: 12-14 pages + references
  • Short papers: 6-8 pages + references
  • Practitioners papers: 6-8 pages + references
  • Work-in-Progress papers: 4-6 pages + references

Please add a suitable prefix to the title of your paper (both in the actual paper and in the metadata information in EasyChair) to distinguish your submission type: [Full paper], [Short paper], [Practitioners paper] or [Work-in-Progress paper]. For example, "[Work-in-Progress paper] Investigating Word Embeddings in Scholarly Paper Recommendation"

Submission

All papers and panel proposals are to be submitted via the conference’s EasyChair submission page (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icadl2020).

Every paper will be evaluated by at least 3 members of Program Committee. The assessment of practitioners paper submissions will put less emphasis on the novelty and more on real world practices and applications of DL technologies in institutions or companies. The submission process is single-blind.

Presentations

Accepted papers will be allocated sufficient time in the conference program for oral presentations using a presentation platform to be chosen later (e.g., ZOOM). Each accepted paper must be presented online by at least one of the co-authors. Additionally, the online presentations without QA parts will be recorded and made later available online. A Best Paper and Best Student Paper awards will be selected by the Program Committee from accepted full papers.

Important Dates

The schedule is shown below. All the dates are Anywhere on Earth (AoE) time zone:

  • Full, Short Research and Practitioners Papers Submission: July 1, 2020   July 10, 2020  (extended)
  • Panel Proposals Submission: July 1, 2020
  • Work-in-Progress Papers Submission: July 30, 2020 August 7, 2020 (extended)
  • Acceptance Notification (Full & Short Papers, Panels): August 20, 2020 August 25, 2020 (extended)
  • Acceptance Notification (Work-in-Progress Papers): August 30, 2020
  • Camera Ready Copy of Papers: September 20, 2020
  • Doctoral Consortium - abstract submission: November 5, 2020
  • Doctoral Consortium - notification: November 15, 2020
  • Attendee’s Information Registration Deadline: November 20, 2020 November 23, 2020 (extended)
  • Conference: November 30 - December 1, 2020
  • Doctoral Consortium: December 2, 2020

Conference Committee

Conference co-chairs:

  • Adam Jatowt (Kyoto University, Japan)
  • Atsuyuki Morishima (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Program Committee co-chairs:

  • Emi Ishita (Kyushu University, Japan)
  • Natalie Pang (NUS, Singapore)
  • Lihong Zhou (Wuhan University, China)

Panel chair:

  • Shigeo Sugimoto (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Publicity co-chairs:

  • Ricardo Campos (INESC TEC; Ci2 – Smart Cities Research Center, Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, Portugal)
  • Songphan Choemprayong (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
  • Chei Sian Lee (NTU, Singapore)
  • Jiang Li (Nanjing University, China)
  • Akira Maeda (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
  • Hao-Ren Ke (NTNU, Taiwan)
  • Min Song (Yonsei University, Korea)
  • Sueyeon Syn (Catholic University of America, USA)

Web & Media co-chairs:

  • Shun-Hong Sie (NTNU, Taiwan)
  • Thalhath Rehumath Nishad (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Karuna Yampray (Dhurakij Bundit University, Thailand)
  • Di Wang (Wuhan University, China)
  • Nadeesha Wijerathna (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Satoshi Fukuda (Kyushu University)

PC members:

  • Trond Aalberg (Oslo Metropolitan University)
  • Jae-Eun Baek (Daegu University)
  • Biligsaikhan Batjargal (Ritsumeikan University)
  • Si Chen (Nanjing University)
  • Songphan Choemprayong (Chulalongkorn University)
  • Gobinda Chowdhury (University of Strathclyde)
  • Chiawei Chu (City University of Macau)
  • Mickaël Coustaty (University of La Rochelle)
  • Fabio Crestani (University of Lugano (USI))
  • Milena Dobreva (UCL Qatar)
  • Yijun Duan (Kyoto University)
  • Edward Fox (Virginia Tech)
  • Dion Goh (Nanyang Technological University)
  • Simon Hengchen (University of Gothenburg)
  • Jon Jablonski (University of California Santa Barbara)
  • Makoto P. Kato (University of Tsukuba)
  • Marie Katsurai (Doshisha University)
  • Yukiko Kawai (Kyoto Sangyo University)
  • Hao-Ren Ke (National Taiwan Normal University)
  • Christopher S. G. Khoo (Nanyang Technological University)
  • Yunhyong Kim (University of Glasgow)
  • Gaël Lejeune (Sorbonne Université)
  • Xuguang Li (Nankai University)
  • Chunqiu Li (Beijing Normal University)
  • Shaobo Liang (Wuhan University)
  • Chern Li Liew (Victoria University of Wellington)
  • Fernando Loizides (Cardiff University)
  • Akira Maeda (Ritsumeikan University)
  • Bill Mischo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  • Muhammad Syafiq Mohd Pozi (Universiti Utara Malaysia)
  • Thi Tuyet Hai Nguyen (University of La Rochelle)
  • David Nichols (University of Waikato)
  • Chifumi Nishioka (Kyoto University)
  • Hiroaki Ohshima (University of Hyogo)
  • Gillian Oliver (Monash University)
  • Georgios Papaioannou (UCL Qatar)
  • Christos Papatheodorou (Ionian University)
  • Minhui Peng (Wuhan University)
  • Congjing Ran (Wuhan university)
  • Edie Rasmussen (The University of British Columbia)
  • Andreas Rauber (Vienna University of Technology)
  • Ali Shiri (University of Alberta)
  • Panote Siriaraya (Kyoto Institute of Technology)
  • Shigeo Sugimoto (University of Tsukuba)
  • Kazunari Sugiyama (Kyoto University)
  • Sue Yeon Syn (The Catholic University of America)
  • Masao Takaku (University of Tsukuba)
  • Giannis Tsakonas (University of Patras)
  • Nicholas Vanderschantz (University of Waikato)
  • Diane Velasquez (University of South Australia)
  • Di Wang (Wuhan University)
  • Chiranthi Wijesundara (University of Colombo)
  • Zhiqiang Wu (Wuhan University)
  • Gang Wu (Wuhan University)
  • Dan Wu (Wuhan University)
  • Sohaimi Zakaria (Universiti Teknologi MARA)
  • Yuxiang Zhao (Nanjing University of Science and Technology)
  • Tim Zijlstra (University of Derby)
  • Maja Žumer (University of Ljubljana)

External reviewers:

  • Hiroyoshi Ito (University of Tsukuba)
  • Yuanyuan Wang (Yamaguchi University)
  • Masaki Matsubara (University of Tsukuba)
  • Shinya Oyama (National Institute of Technology, Hakodate College)
  • Monica Landoni (Università della Svizzera Italiana)
  • Leonidas Papachristopoulos (Hellenic Open University, Greece)
  • Florina Piroi (TU Wien)
  • Monica Landoni (Università della Svizzera Italiana)
  • Ola Karajeh (Virginia Tech.)

Registration

Registration to ICADL 2020 is free. You can complete the registration by filing the form available at: https://tinyurl.com/icadl2020
The registration will be open until November 20, 2020.

Accepted papers

Full papers

ReViz: A Tool for Automatically Generating Citation Graphs and Variants (Sven Groppe and Lina Hartung)
Semantic Segmentation of MOOC Lecture Videos by Analyzing Concept Change in Domain Knowledge Graph (Ananda Das and Partha Pratim Das)
Collective Sensemaking and Location-related Factors in the Context of a Brand-related Online Rumor (Alton Chua, Anjan Pal and Dion Goh)
A Predictive Model for Citizens’ Utilization of Open Government Data Portals (Di Wang, Deborah Richards, Ayse Bilgin and Chuanfu Chen)
SchenQL: Evaluation of a Query Language for Bibliographic Metadata (Christin Katharina Kreutz, Michael Wolz, Benjamin Weyers and Ralf Schenkel)
A Large-Scale Analysis of Cross-Lingual Citations in English Papers (Tarek Saier and Michael Färber)
Creating a Scholarly Knowledge Graph from Survey Article Tables (Allard Oelen, Markus Stocker and Sören Auer)
Entity Linking for Historical Documents: Challenges and Solutions (Elvys Linhares Pontes, Luis Adrián Cabrera-Diego, Jose Moreno, Emanuela Boros, Ahmed Hamdi, Nicolas Sidere, Mickaël Coustaty and Antoine Doucet)
Improving Scholarly Knowledge Representation: Evaluating BERT-based Models for Scientific Relation Classification (Ming Jiang, Jennifer D’souza, Sören Auer and J. Stephen Downie)
A Framework for Classifying Temporal Relations with Question Encoder (Yohei Seki, Kangkang Zhao, Masaki Oguni and Kazunari Sugiyama)

Short papers

Domain-focused Linked Data Crawling Driven by a Semantically Defined Frontier: a Cultural Heritage Case Study in Europeana (Nuno Freire and Mário J. Silva)
The Intellectual Property Risks of Integrating Public Digital Cultural Resources in China (Yi Chen and Si Li)
Extracting User Interests from Operation Logs on Museum Devices for Post-Learning (Yuanyuan Wang, Yukiko Kawai and Kazutoshi Sumiya)
How do Retractions Influence the Citations of Retracted Articles? (Siluo Yang and Fan Qi)
Identifying the Types of Digital Footprint Data used to Predict Psychographic & Human Behaviour (Aliff Nawi, Zalmizy Hussin, Nurfatin Syahirah Norsaidi, Chy Ren Chua and Muhammad Syafiq Mohd Pozi)
A Motivational Design Approach to Integrate MOOCs in Traditional Classrooms (Long Ma and Chei Sian Lee)
Identication of Research Data References Based on Citation Contexts (Tomoki Ikoma and Shigeki Matsubara)
Predicting Response Quantity from Linguistic Characteristics of Questions on Academic Social Q&A Sites (Lei Li, Anrunze Li, Xue Song, Xinran Li, Kun Huang and Edwin Mouda Ye)
Towards Customizable Chart Visualizations of Tabular Data Using Knowledge Graphs (Vitalis Wiens, Markus Stocker and Sören Auer)
Unchiku Generation Using a Narrative Explanation Mechanism (Jumpei Ono and Takashi Ogata)
When to Use OCR Post-correction for Named Entity Recognition? (Vinh-Nam Huynh, Ahmed Hamdi and Antoine Doucet)
Using Deep Learning to Recognize Handwritten Thai Noi Characters in Ancient Palm Leaf Manuscripts (Wichai Puarungroj, Narong Boonsirisumpun, Pongsakon Kulna, Thanapong Soontarawirat and Nattiya Puarungroj)
Semi-Supervised Named-Entity Recognition for Product Attribute Extraction in Book Domain (Hadi Syah Putra, Faisal Satrio Priatmadji and Rahmad Mahendra)
An Empirical Study of Importance of Different Sections in Research Articles Towards Ascertaining their Appropriateness to a Journal (Tirthankar Ghosal, Rajeev Verma, Asif Ekbal, Sriparna Saha and Pushpak Bhattacharyya)
Profiling Bot Accounts Mentioning COVID-19 Publications on Twitter (Yingxin Estella Ye and Jin-Cheon Na)

Practitioners papers

A Novel Researcher Search System Based on Research Content Similarity and Geographic Information (Tetsuya Takahashi, Koya Tango, Yuto Chikazawa and Marie Katsurai)
Metadata Interoperability for Institutional Repositories: a Case Study in Malang City Academic Libraries (Gani Nur Pramudyo and Muhammad Rosyihan Hendrawan)
Wikipedia-based Entity Linking for the Digital Library of Polish and Poland-Related News Pamphlets (Maciej Ogrodniczuk and Wlodzimierz Gruszczynski)
Analysis of Crowdsourced Multilingual Keywords in the Futaba Digital Archive: Lessons Learned for Better Metadata Collection (Mari Kawakami, Tetsuo Sakaguchi, Tetsuya Shirai, Masaki Matsubara, Takamitsu Yoshino and Atsuyuki Morishima)

Work-in-Progress papers

Classification in the LdoD Archive: A Crowdsourcing and Gamification Approach (Gonçalo Montalvão Marques, António Rito Silva and Manuel Portela)
Construction of Dunhuang Cultural Heritage Knowledge Bas: Take Cave 220 As An Example (Xiaofei Sun, Ting Zhang, Lei Chen, Xiaoyang Wang and Jiakeng Tang)
Analyzing the Stage Performance Structure of a Kabuki-dance, Kyoganoko Musume Dojoji Using an Animation System (Miku Kawai, Jumpei Ono and Takashi Ogata)
On the Correlation between Research Complexity and Academic Competitiveness (Jing Ren, Ivan Lee, Lei Wang, Xiangtai Chen and Feng Xia)
Uncovering Topics Related to COVID-19 Pandemic on Twitter (Han Zheng, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Edmund Wei Jian Lee, Chei Sian Lee and Yin Leng Theng)
Aging Well with Health Information: Examining Health Literacy and Information Seeking Behavior Using a National Survey Dataset (Fang-Lin Kuo and Tien-I Tsai)
Representing Semantified Biological Assays in the Open Research Knowledge Graph (Marco Anteghini, Jennifer D'Souza, Vitor Martins dos Santos and Sören Auer)
Artwork Information Embedding Framework for Multi-source Ukiyo-e Record Retrieval (Kangying Li, Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Akira Maeda and Ryo Akama)
A Preliminary Attempt to Evaluate Machine Translations of Ukiyo-e Metadata Records (Yuting Song, Biligsaikhan Batjargal and Akira Maeda)
MetaProfiles - a Mechanism to Express Metadata Schema, Privacy, Rights and Provenance for Data Interoperability (Nishad Thalhath, Mitsuharu Nagamori and Tetsuo Sakaguchi)

Panel Discussion at ICADL2020

Title:

New Mode of Academic Environment and Activities Enhanced by Knowledge,Information and Data in the Digital Sphere

Participants:

  • Emi Ishita (Kyushu University, Japan)
  • Natalie Pang (NUS, Singapore)
  • Min Song (Yonsei University, South Korea)
  • Lihong Zhou (Wuhan, China)

Moderator:

  • Adam Jatowt (Kyoto University, Japan)
  • Date:

  • 21:00-22:00 (JST), Nov 30, 2020
  • Description:

    Covid-19 has forced an accelerated transformation in many areas of our lives. Academic world and profession have been also tremendously affected with many sudden, abrupt changes occurring in these new circumstances. We are now witnessing how universities, researchers and libraries adapt to the new environment and how they have to prepare for the following future changes.

    This panel will discuss how the universities and educational institutions adapt to this new situation and what should be done to make this process smoother and more effective. The panelists will also discuss the new roles of digital libraries as the infrastructure for academic communities to share knowledge, information and data in the digital sphere. It will focus on how technology can help to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 on our communities as well as will discuss the theme of digital scholarship and the role of academic libraries during this pandemic. Digital libraries emerge as the centers of the library functions in the new era research, and it is crucial to understand their role, responsibilities, and discuss any practical implications.

    As a plenary panel of ICADL 2020 held in collaboration with AP-iSchools, this panel is formed by active and young members of DL and iSchools communities.

    Accepted papers

    Full papers

    ReViz: A Tool for Automatically Generating Citation Graphs and Variants (Sven Groppe and Lina Hartung)
    Semantic Segmentation of MOOC Lecture Videos by Analyzing Concept Change in Domain Knowledge Graph (Ananda Das and Partha Pratim Das)
    Collective Sensemaking and Location-related Factors in the Context of a Brand-related Online Rumor (Alton Chua, Anjan Pal and Dion Goh)
    A Predictive Model for Citizens’ Utilization of Open Government Data Portals (Di Wang, Deborah Richards, Ayse Bilgin and Chuanfu Chen)
    SchenQL: Evaluation of a Query Language for Bibliographic Metadata (Christin Katharina Kreutz, Michael Wolz, Benjamin Weyers and Ralf Schenkel)
    A Large-Scale Analysis of Cross-Lingual Citations in English Papers (Tarek Saier and Michael Färber)
    Creating a Scholarly Knowledge Graph from Survey Article Tables (Allard Oelen, Markus Stocker and Sören Auer)
    Entity Linking for Historical Documents: Challenges and Solutions (Elvys Linhares Pontes, Luis Adrián Cabrera-Diego, Jose Moreno, Emanuela Boros, Ahmed Hamdi, Nicolas Sidere, Mickaël Coustaty and Antoine Doucet)
    Improving Scholarly Knowledge Representation: Evaluating BERT-based Models for Scientific Relation Classification (Ming Jiang, Jennifer D’souza, Sören Auer and J. Stephen Downie)
    A Framework for Classifying Temporal Relations with Question Encoder (Yohei Seki, Kangkang Zhao, Masaki Oguni and Kazunari Sugiyama)

    Short papers

    Domain-focused Linked Data Crawling Driven by a Semantically Defined Frontier: a Cultural Heritage Case Study in Europeana (Nuno Freire and Mário J. Silva)
    The Intellectual Property Risks of Integrating Public Digital Cultural Resources in China (Yi Chen and Si Li)
    Extracting User Interests from Operation Logs on Museum Devices for Post-Learning (Yuanyuan Wang, Yukiko Kawai and Kazutoshi Sumiya)
    How do Retractions Influence the Citations of Retracted Articles? (Siluo Yang and Fan Qi)
    Identifying the Types of Digital Footprint Data used to Predict Psychographic & Human Behaviour (Aliff Nawi, Zalmizy Hussin, Nurfatin Syahirah Norsaidi, Chy Ren Chua and Muhammad Syafiq Mohd Pozi)
    A Motivational Design Approach to Integrate MOOCs in Traditional Classrooms (Long Ma and Chei Sian Lee)
    Identication of Research Data References Based on Citation Contexts (Tomoki Ikoma and Shigeki Matsubara)
    Predicting Response Quantity from Linguistic Characteristics of Questions on Academic Social Q&A Sites (Lei Li, Anrunze Li, Xue Song, Xinran Li, Kun Huang and Edwin Mouda Ye)
    Towards Customizable Chart Visualizations of Tabular Data Using Knowledge Graphs (Vitalis Wiens, Markus Stocker and Sören Auer)
    Unchiku Generation Using a Narrative Explanation Mechanism (Jumpei Ono and Takashi Ogata)
    When to Use OCR Post-correction for Named Entity Recognition? (Vinh-Nam Huynh, Ahmed Hamdi and Antoine Doucet)
    Using Deep Learning to Recognize Handwritten Thai Noi Characters in Ancient Palm Leaf Manuscripts (Wichai Puarungroj, Narong Boonsirisumpun, Pongsakon Kulna, Thanapong Soontarawirat and Nattiya Puarungroj)
    Semi-Supervised Named-Entity Recognition for Product Attribute Extraction in Book Domain (Hadi Syah Putra, Faisal Satrio Priatmadji and Rahmad Mahendra)
    An Empirical Study of Importance of Different Sections in Research Articles Towards Ascertaining their Appropriateness to a Journal (Tirthankar Ghosal, Rajeev Verma, Asif Ekbal, Sriparna Saha and Pushpak Bhattacharyya)
    Profiling Bot Accounts Mentioning COVID-19 Publications on Twitter (Yingxin Estella Ye and Jin-Cheon Na)

    Practitioners papers

    A Novel Researcher Search System Based on Research Content Similarity and Geographic Information (Tetsuya Takahashi, Koya Tango, Yuto Chikazawa and Marie Katsurai)
    Metadata Interoperability for Institutional Repositories: a Case Study in Malang City Academic Libraries (Gani Nur Pramudyo and Muhammad Rosyihan Hendrawan)
    Wikipedia-based Entity Linking for the Digital Library of Polish and Poland-Related News Pamphlets (Maciej Ogrodniczuk and Wlodzimierz Gruszczynski)
    Analysis of Crowdsourced Multilingual Keywords in the Futaba Digital Archive: Lessons Learned for Better Metadata Collection (Mari Kawakami, Tetsuo Sakaguchi, Tetsuya Shirai, Masaki Matsubara, Takamitsu Yoshino and Atsuyuki Morishima)

    Work-in-Progress papers

    Classification in the LdoD Archive: A Crowdsourcing and Gamification Approach (Gonçalo Montalvão Marques, António Rito Silva and Manuel Portela)
    Construction of Dunhuang Cultural Heritage Knowledge Bas: Take Cave 220 As An Example (Xiaofei Sun, Ting Zhang, Lei Chen, Xiaoyang Wang and Jiakeng Tang)
    Analyzing the Stage Performance Structure of a Kabuki-dance, Kyoganoko Musume Dojoji Using an Animation System (Miku Kawai, Jumpei Ono and Takashi Ogata)
    On the Correlation between Research Complexity and Academic Competitiveness (Jing Ren, Ivan Lee, Lei Wang, Xiangtai Chen and Feng Xia)
    Uncovering Topics Related to COVID-19 Pandemic on Twitter (Han Zheng, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Edmund Wei Jian Lee, Chei Sian Lee and Yin Leng Theng)
    Aging Well with Health Information: Examining Health Literacy and Information Seeking Behavior Using a National Survey Dataset (Fang-Lin Kuo and Tien-I Tsai)
    Representing Semantified Biological Assays in the Open Research Knowledge Graph (Marco Anteghini, Jennifer D'Souza, Vitor Martins dos Santos and Sören Auer)
    Artwork Information Embedding Framework for Multi-source Ukiyo-e Record Retrieval (Kangying Li, Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Akira Maeda and Ryo Akama)
    A Preliminary Attempt to Evaluate Machine Translations of Ukiyo-e Metadata Records (Yuting Song, Biligsaikhan Batjargal and Akira Maeda)
    MetaProfiles - a Mechanism to Express Metadata Schema, Privacy, Rights and Provenance for Data Interoperability (Nishad Thalhath, Mitsuharu Nagamori and Tetsuo Sakaguchi)

    Program

    Day 1 (Nov 30): 13:00-23:00 (Japan Standard Time)

    TimeSessionZOOM Link
    13:00-13:30 Opening

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    13:30-15:00 Session 1: Natural Language Processing (Chair: Hiroaki Ohshima, University of Hyogo)
    • 1-1 [Full paper] Improving Scholarly Knowledge Representation: Evaluating BERT-based Models for Scientific Relation Classification (Ming Jiang, Jennifer D’souza, Sören Auer and J. Stephen Downie)
    • 1-2 [Full paper] A Framework for Classifying Temporal Relations with Question Encoder (Yohei Seki, Kangkang Zhao, Masaki Oguni and Kazunari Sugiyama)
    • 1-3 [Short paper] When to use OCR post-correction for named entity recognition? (Vinh-Nam Huynh, Ahmed Hamdi and Antoine Doucet)
    • 1-4 [Short paper] Semi-Supervised Named-Entity Recognition for Product Attribute Extraction in Book Domain (Hadi Syah Putra, Faisal Satrio Priatmadji and Rahmad Mahendra)

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    15:00-15:30 Break 
    15:30-17:00 Session 2: Knowledge Structures (Chair: Kazunari Sugiyama, Kyoto University)
    • 2-1 [Full paper] Semantic Segmentation of MOOC Lecture Videos by Analyzing Concept Change in Domain Knowledge Graph (Ananda Das and Partha Pratim Das)
    • 2-2 [Short paper] Towards Customizable Chart Visualizations of Tabular Data Using Knowledge Graphs (Vitalis Wiens, Markus Stocker and Sören Auer)
    • 2-3 [Practitioners paper] Wikipedia-based Entity Linking for the Digital Library of Polish and Poland-Related News Pamphlets (Maciej Ogrodniczuk and Włodzimierz Gruszczyński)
    • 2-4 [WIP paper] Representing Semantified Biological Assays in the Open Research Knowledge Graph (Marco Anteghini, Jennifer D'Souza, Vitor Martins dos Santos and Sören Auer)
    • 2-5 [WIP paper] Construction of Dunhuang Cultural Heritage Knowledge Base: Take Cave 220 As An Example (Xiaofei Sun, Ting Zhang, Lei Chen, Xiaoyang Wang and Jiakeng Tang)

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    17:00-17:30 Break 
    17:30-19:00 Session 3: Citation Data Analysis (Chair: Marie Katsurai, Doshisha University)
    • 3-1 [Full paper] ReViz: A tool for automatically generating citation graphs and variants (Sven Groppe and Lina Hartung)
    • 3-2 [Full paper] A Large-Scale Analysis of Cross-Lingual Citations in English Papers (Tarek Saier and Michael Färber)
    • 3-3 [Short paper] How do retractions influence the citations of retracted articles? (Siluo Yang and Fan Qi)
    • 3-4 [Short paper] Identication of Research Data References Based on Citation Contexts (Tomoki Ikoma and Shigeki Matsubara)

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    19:00-19:30 Break 
    19:30-20:30 Keynote 1: Life Transitions as an Information Behaviour Process: Supporting Life Changes with Information
    Speaker: Ian Ruthven (University of Strathclyde)
    Chair: Adam Jatowt (Kyoto University)

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    20:30-21:00 Break 
    21:00-22:00 Panel

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    22:00-23:30 Blue Sky Social Event

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    Day 2 (Dec 1): 11:00-22:00 (Japan Standard Time)

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    11:00-12:30 Session 4: User Analytics (Chair: Yuxiang Zhao, Nanjing University of Science and Technology)
    • 4-1 [Full paper] A Predictive Model for Citizens' Utilization of Open Government Data Portals (Di Wang, Deborah Richards, Ayse Bilgin and Chuanfu Chen)
    • 4-2 [Short paper] Extracting User Interests from Operation Logs on Museum Devices for Post-Learning (Yuanyuan Wang, Yukiko Kawai and Kazutoshi Sumiya)
    • 4-3 [Short paper] A Motivational Design Approach to Integrate MOOCs in Traditional Classrooms (Long Ma and Chei Sian Lee)
    • 4-4 [Practitioners paper] Analysis of Crowdsourced Multilingual Keywords in the Futaba Digital Archive: Lessons Learned for Better Metadata Collection (Mari Kawakami, Tetsuo Sakaguchi, Tetsuya Shirai, Masaki Matsubara, Takamitsu Yoshino and Atsuyuki Morishima)
    • 4-5 [WIP paper] Aging Well with Health Information: Examining Health Literacy and Information Seeking Behavior Using a National Survey Dataset (Fang-Lin Kuo and Tien-I Tsai)

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    13:00-14:30 Session 5: Applications of Cultural & Historical Data (Chair: Gillian Oliver, Monash University)
    • 5-1 [Full paper] Entity Linking for Historical Documents: Challenges and Solutions (Elvys Linhares Pontes, Luis Adrián Cabrera-Diego, Jose Moreno, Emanuela Boros, Ahmed Hamdi, Nicolas Sidere, Mickaël Coustaty and Antoine Doucet)
    • 5-2 [Short paper] Using Deep Learning to Recognize Handwritten Thai Noi Characters in Ancient Palm Leaf Manuscripts (Wichai Puarungroj, Narong Boonsirisumpun, Pongsakon Kulna, Thanapong Soontarawirat and Nattiya Puarungroj)
    • 5-3 [Short paper] Unchiku Generation Using a Narrative Explanation Mechanism (Jumpei Ono and Takashi Ogata)
    • 5-4 [WIP paper] Analyzing the Stage Performance Structure of a Kabuki-dance, Kyoganoko Musume Dojoji Using an Animation System (Miku Kawai, Jumpei Ono and Takashi Ogata)
    • 5-5 [WIP paper] Artwork Information Embedding Framework for Multi-source Ukiyo-e Record Retrieval (Kangying Li, Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Akira Maeda and Ryo Akama)
    • 5-6 [WIP paper] A Preliminary Attempt to Evaluate Machine Translations of Ukiyo-e Metadata Records (Yuting Song, Biligsaikhan Batjargal and Akira Maeda)

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    15:00-16:30 Session 6: Social Media (Chair: Di Wang, Wuhan University)
    • 6-1 [Full paper] Collective sensemaking and location-related factors in the context of a brand-related online rumor (Alton Chua, Anjan Pal and Dion Goh)
    • 6-2 [Short paper] Identifying the Types of Digital Footprint Data used to Predict Psychographic & Human Behaviour (Aliff Nawi, Zalmizy Hussin, Nurfatin Syahirah Norsaidi, Chy Ren Chua and Muhammad Syafiq Mohd Pozi)
    • 6-3 [Short paper] Profiling Bot Accounts Mentioning COVID-19 Publications on Twitter (Yingxin Estella Ye and Jin-Cheon Na)
    • 6-4 [WIP paper] Uncovering Topics Related to COVID-19 Pandemic on Twitter (Han Zheng, Dion Hoe-Lian Goh, Edmund Wei Jian Lee, Chei Sian Lee and Yin Leng Theng)
    • 6-5 [WIP paper] Classification in the LdoD Archive: A crowdsourcing and gamification approach (Gonçalo Montalvão Marques, António Rito Silva and Manuel Portela)

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    17:00-18:30 Session 7: Metadata & Infrastructure (Chair: Natalie Pang Lee San, NUS)
    • 7-1 [Full paper] SchenQL: Evaluation of a Query Language for Bibliographic Metadata (Christin Katharina Kreutz, Michael Wolz, Benjamin Weyers and Ralf Schenkel)
    • 7-2 [Short paper] Domain-focused linked data crawling driven by a semantically defined frontier: a cultural heritage case study in Europeana (Nuno Freire and Mário J. Silva)
    • 7-3 [Short paper] The Intellectual Property Risks of Integrating Public Digital Cultural Resources in China (Yi Chen and Si Li)
    • 7-4 [Practitioners paper] Metadata Interoperability for Institutional Repositories: a Case Study in Malang City Academic Libraries (Gani Nur Pramudyo and Muhammad Rosyihan Hendrawan)
    • 7-5 [WIP paper] MetaProfiles - a mechanism to express metadata schema, privacy, rights and provenance for data interoperability (Nishad Thalhath, Mitsuharu Nagamori and Tetsuo Sakaguchi)

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    19:00-20:30 Session 8: Scholarly Data Mining (Chair: Chiawei Chu, City University of Macau)
    • 8-1 [Full paper] Creating a Scholarly Knowledge Graph from Survey Article Tables (Allard Oelen, Markus Stocker and Sören Auer)
    • 8-2 [Practitioners paper] A Novel Researcher Search System Based on Research Content Similarity and Geographic Information (Tetsuya Takahashi, Koya Tango, Yuto Chikazawa and Marie Katsurai)
    • 8-3 [Short paper] Predicting Response Quantity from Linguistic Characteristics of Questions on Academic Social Q&A Sites (Lei Li, Anrunze Li, Xue Song, Xinran Li, Kun Huang and Edwin Mouda Ye)
    • 8-4 [Short paper] An Empirical Study of Importance of Different Sections in Research Articles Towards Ascertaining their Appropriateness to a Journal (Tirthankar Ghosal, Rajeev Verma, Asif Ekbal, Sriparna Saha and Pushpak Bhattacharyya)
    • 8-5 [WIP paper] On the Correlation between Research Complexity and Academic Competitiveness (Jing Ren, Ivan Lee, Lei Wang, Xiangtai Chen and Feng Xia)

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    21:00-22:00 Keynote 2: Architecture of Japan Search: Design Principles, Technologies, and the Future of National Platform for Digital Resources
    Speaker: Takanori Kawashima (National Diet Library)
    Chair: Atsuyuki Morishima (University of Tsukuba)

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    22:00-22:30 Closing

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    Keynotes

    Keynote 1 Title:
    Life Transitions as an Information Behaviour Process: Supporting Life Changes with Information

    Speaker:
    Ian Ruthven (University of Strathclyde)

    Abstract:
    In this presentation I shall discuss the concept of life transitions, the ways in which our lives may change and how we deal with these changes. I shall present several influential models of transitions to illustrate how other disciplines have represented these information-rich areas of life and then present a novel unified model of transitions that is explicitly focussed on our information behaviour during life changes. I shall discuss how this model may be used to create improved information and information support during critical life changes.

    Bio:
    Ian Ruthven is Professor of Information Seeking and Retrieval at the University of Strathclyde, Scotland. He works in the area of information seeking and retrieval; understanding how and why people search for information and what might help them search more successfully. This brings in a wide range of research including theoretical research on the design and modelling of information access systems, empirical research on information behaviour and research on the methodology of evaluating information access systems. Recent research has included interface design research to help children search for information, information seeking studies on information poverty within marginalised groups and studies on how people use information during times of transition.

    Keynote 2 Title:
    Architecture of Japan Search: Design Principles, Technologies, and the Future of National Platform for Digital Resources

    Speaker:
    Speaker: Takanori Kawashima (National Diet Library)

    Abstract:
    Japan Search is a platform for metadata of Japanese content from a wide variety of fields, which includes publications at libraries, cultural assets and art works at museums, documents at archives, and even academic resources in humanities or natural history. In short, this is another Europeana or DPLA-like project of Japan, but as we are a latecomer, Japan Search tries to develop a system which has more features and a larger scope compared to predecessors. For example, Japan Search has a very flexible data format and search functionality, image search capabilities, and curation management utilities. Also, as a national platform, Japan Search should be a robust system, which one could realize with container orchestration service. Some strategies for Japan Search come from the experience of system developments in the past (and their mistakes). The talk will discuss the system design elements of Japan Search, and why and how we reached these decisions.

    Bio:
    Takanori Kawashima works as a librarian at the National Diet Library (NDL), and is a lead engineer of the Japan Search development team. He received a Ph.D. at Tokyo Institute of Technology, and his research domain is Digital Humanities, especially developing text-analysis tools. He has worked on modernizing library systems in NDL, including NDL Online, NDL lab and Japan Search. Currently, his projects include developing OCR systems and image search service for books empowered by machine-learning.

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