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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 238.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                         Submit to: humanist@princeton.edu

       [1] From: sarah@ninch.org (152)
             Subject: Journal of Digital Libraries - special issue

       [2] From: "Alexander Gelbukh" <gelbukh@cic.ipn.mx> (19)
             Subject: CFP: CICLing-2004 2nd CFP: Computational Linguistics,
                     Springer LNCS, Korea

             Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 07:08:42 +0100
             From: sarah@ninch.org
             Subject: Journal of Digital Libraries - special issue

    News on Networking Cultural Heritage Resources
    from across the Community
    September 9, 2003

    The Journal of Digital Libraries (Springer)
    Special Issue on Digital Museum

    From: Dr. Jen-Shin Hong [mailto:jshong@csie.ncnu.edu.tw]

    Museums play an important role in collecting, organizing, conserving, and
    exhibiting the cultural and artistic heritage of the world. With the
    development of digital museums, the museum collections may now be digitized
    and disseminated in digital form using new media and networked channels.
    This presents powerful opportunities to overcome the geographical or
    logistical obstacles that hinder people from visiting the physical sites of
    museums. If we consider the fact that museums normally have not more than
    5% of their holdings in their exhibitions, it offers for the first time the
    possibility to make the total of knowledge kept in museums available to
    research and the interested public. Since cultural information obtains much
    of its relevance from thorough understanding of wider contexts and the
    variances of analogous phenomena in different environments, digital museums
    also open the vision to be able to research relevant information spread
    over a multitude of disparate information sources.
    With the objective to enable people to explore the collections for research
    inspiration, learning, and enjoyment, digital museums particular emphasize
    the mechanisms to balance the interests of documentation, education and
    entertainment. From this perspective, the on-going convergence of digital
    libraries and digital museums into integrated information spaces seems to
    be only at its beginning. Many issues, including intellectual,
    technological, legal, economic, organizational, and design concerns from
    the perspective of museum's applications, need to be explored.

    Recognizing the importance of the research in digital museum issues, The
    Journal of Digital Libraries is organizing a special issue on Digital
    Museum. The primary focus of this special issue will be on high-quality
    original unpublished research, case studies, as well as implementation
    experiences in the areas pertaining the issues in digital museums.
    Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
    * Information integration and knowledge environments
    * Information access, dissemination, and use
    * Identification of cultural
        objects in digital resources and duplicate
    * Data models, metadata models, ontologies for cultural heritage
    * Multimedia techniques for representation, presentation and display
    * Digitalization and annotation of real world artifacts
    * Case studies, experiences, trials, and evaluations of digital museum systems

    Submissions are invited from researchers and professionals examining and
    applying information technologies to cultural heritage, including policy
    makers, humanities scholars, archivists, information specialists,
    electronic publishers, museum curators, and educators.

    --Instructions for submitting manuscripts:
    Manuscripts must be written in English and should include a cover page
    with title, name and address (including e-mail address) of author(s), an
    abstract, and a list of identifying keywords. Please indicate that you
    are submitting to the special issue on Digital Museum. Manuscripts must be
    submitted via the web site http://cimic.rutgers.edu/~jdlsi/submission/

    --Important Dates:
        December 31, 2003 Due date for submission of manuscripts
        March 1, 2004 Notification of acceptance/rejection
        May 1, 2004 Due date for final version
        September 2004 Tentative date for publication of the Special Issue

    Editors of the Special Issue:
    Jen-Shin Hong
    CSIE Department
    National ChiNan University
    PULI, Nantao, Taiwan 545
    Phone: 886-49-2915225
    Fax: 886-49-2915226
    Email: jshong@csie.ncnu.edu.tw

    Martin Doerr
    Center for Cultural Informatics
    71110 Heraklion-Crete, Greece
    Phone: +30 2810 391625
    Fax: +30 2810 391638

    Jieh Hsiang
    CSIE Department
    National Taiwan University
    Taipei, Taiwan 100
    Phone: 886-2-2362-5336
    Fax: 886-2-2362-1704
    Email: hsiang@csie.ntu.edu.tw

    About the Journal:
    The aim of JDL is to advance the theory and practice of acquisition,
    definition, organization, management and dissemination of digital
    information via global networking. In particular, the journal will
    emphasize technical issues in digital information production, management
    and use, issues in high-speed networks and connectivity, inter-operability, and
    seamless integration of information, people, profiles, tasks and needs,
    security and privacy of individuals and business transactions and
    effective business processes in the Information Age. More information about the
    journal can be found at http://cimic.rutgers.edu/~jdl/

    Executive Editor-in -Chief
       Dr. Nabil R. Adam, Rutgers University

    Editor- in- Chief
       Dr. Erich J. Neuhold, , Fraunhofer IPSI

    Editor- in- Chief
       Dr. Richard Furuta, Editor- in -Chief, Texas A&M university

    Advisory Board
       Alfred V.Aho, Columbia U.
       Daniel E.Atkins, U. of Michigan
       Steve Griffin, NSF
       Milton Halem, NASA
       Costantino Thanos, Ist. Elaborazione
       Yelena Yesha, UMBC

    Editorial Board
       Jose Borbinha, Biblioteca Nacional
       Ching-chih Chen, Simmons College
       Panos Constantopoulos, U. of Crete
       Gregory Crane, Tufts U.
       Murilo Cunha, U. de Brasilia
       Andrew Dillon, U. of Texas at Austin
       Dieter Fellner, Braunschweig U.
       Jen-shin Hong, National ChiNan U.
       Yannis Ioannidis, U. of Athens
       Traugott Koch, NetLab, Lund U.
       Laszlo Kovacs, MTA SZTAKI.
       Gary Marchionini, U. of NC
       Carol Ann Peters, Ist. Elaborazione
       Seamus Ross, U. of Glasgow
       Rudi Schmiede, Darmstadt U.
       Alan Smeaton, Dublin City U.
       Terry Smith, U. of California
       Ingeborg Solvberg, Norwegian U.
       Shigeo Sugimoto, U. of Lib. and I.S.
       Howard Wactlar, Carnegie Mellon U.
       Ian Witten, U. of Waikato

    Assistant to Editors- in-Chief
    Ahmed Gomaa
    202 Ackerson Hall, 180 University Ave. Newark, NJ 07102
    Phone: 973 353 1865


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    --[2]------------------------------------------------------------------ Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 07:12:16 +0100 From: "Alexander Gelbukh" <gelbukh@cic.ipn.mx> Subject: CFP: CICLing-2004 2nd CFP: Computational Linguistics, Springer LNCS, Korea

    ================================================================ -*!NEW!*- Deadline correction, keynote speakers, excursions, photos ================================================================


    Fifth International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics

    February 15 to 21, 2004 Seoul, Korea


    PUBLICATION: Springer LNCS (indexed by SCI Extended)

    -*!NEW!*- SUBMISSION DEADLINE: October 1, short papers: October 20 (*** 1st CFP erroneously said October 10 instead of 1 ***)

    -*!NEW!*- KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Martin Kay, Philip Resnik, Ricardo Baeza

    -*!NEW!*- EXCURSIONS: Archeological sites, Royal Palaces, traditional village, and more See photos at www.CICLing.org/2004

    Air ticket price from EU/US: $800 - $1000 in February

    URL: http://www.CICLing.org/2004

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