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Image-based evaluation of video-acquired research skills
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Christopher Quick, Cody Lee, Marlo Nordt, Richard Furuta, Unmil P. Karadkar
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 200-201
We are exploring the use of image interfaces for testing video-acquired research skills. We studied user performance on three testing image layouts that differ in their use of the available display real estate and in the flexibility of managing the time av...
 
Template-based authoring of educational artifacts
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Luis Francisco-Revilla, Unmil P. Karadkar, Daniel Pogue, Paul Bogen, Takeisha Hubbard, Richard Furuta, Frank Shipman, Lauren Cifuentes, Sarah Davis
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 242-243
The Walden's Paths project is developing tools for leveraging student learning with the incredible amount of educational material on the Web. Specialized templates based on established educational frameworks, learning theories, or activities aid path autho...
 
Exploring user perceptions of digital image similarity
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Jin-Cheon Na, Jeevan Joseph John, Richard Furuta, Unmil P. Karadkar
Issue Date:June 2005
pp. 89-90
The MIDAS project is developing infrastructure and policies for optimal display of digital information on devices with diverse characteristics. In this paper we present the preliminary results of a study that explored the effects of scaling and color-depth...
 
Integrating collections at the cervantes project
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Eduardo Urbina, Carlos Monroy, Doris Careaga, Rosy Sáenz, Richard Furuta, Jie Deng, Neal Audenaert
Issue Date:June 2005
pp. 287-288
Unlike many efforts that focus on supporting scholarly research by developing large-scale, general resources for a wide range of audiences, we at the Cervantes Project have chosen to focus more narrowly on developing resources in support of ongoing researc...
 
Tools for a New Generation of Scholarly Edition Unified by a TEI-Based Interchange Format
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Rajiv Kochumman, Carlos Monroy, Jie Deng, Richard Furuta, Eduardo Urbina
Issue Date:June 2004
pp. 368-369
We report on experience gained from our ongoing multi-year project to produce an Electronic Variorum Edition of Cervantes' Don Quixote de la Mancha. Initially designed around a custom database representation, the project's evolution has lead to the adoptio...
   
Collection Understanding
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Michelle Chang, John J. Leggett, Richard Furuta, Andruid Kerne, J. Patrick Williams, Samuel A. Burns, Randolph G. Bias
Issue Date:June 2004
pp. 334-342
Collection understanding shifts the traditional focus of retrieval in large collections from locating specific artifacts to gaining a comprehensive view of the collection. Visualization tools are critical to the process of efficient collection understandin...
 
Managing Distributed Collections: Evaluating Web Page Changes, Movement, and Replacement
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Zubin Dalal, Suvendu Dash, Pratik Dave, Luis Francisco-Revilla, Richard Furuta, Unmil Karadkar, Frank Shipman
Issue Date:June 2004
pp. 160-168
Distributed collections of Web materials are common. Bookmark lists, paths, and catalogs such as Yahoo! Directories require human maintenance to keep up to date with changes to the underlying documents. The Walden?s Paths Path Manager is a tool to support ...
 
Visualizing and Exploring Picasso's World
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Carlos Monroy, Richard Furuta, Enrique Mallen
Issue Date:May 2003
pp. 173
We discuss the preliminary use of a visualization tool called Interactive Timeline Viewer (ItLv) in visualizing and exploring a collection of art works by Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Our data set is composed of a subset of the Online Picasso Project, a significant...
 
Managing Change on the Web
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Luis Francisco-Revilla, Frank Shipman, Richard Furuta, Unmil Karadkar, Avital Arora
Issue Date:June 2001
pp. 67-76
Increasingly, digital libraries are being defined that collect pointers to World-Wide Web based resources rather than hold the resources themselves. Maintaining these collections is challenging due to distributed document ownership and high fluidity. Typic...
 
Towards An Electronic Variorum Edition of Don Quixote
Found in: Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on
By Richard Furuta, Shueh-Cheng Hu, Siddarth Kalasapur, Rajiv Kochumman, Eduardo Urbina, Ricardo Vivancos-Pérez
Issue Date:June 2001
pp. 444-445
The Cervantes Project is creating an Electronic Variorum Edition of Cervantes? well-known Don Quixote. This paper gives an overview of the computer-based tools that we are using in this endeavor, and summarizes the current status of the project. The Electr...
   
WPv4: a re-imagined Walden's paths to support diverse user communities
Found in: Proceeding of the 11th annual international ACM/IEEE joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '11)
By Daniel Pogue, Faryaneh Poursardar, Frank Shipman, Paul Logasa Bogen, Richard Furuta, Yuangling Li
Issue Date:June 2011
pp. 419-420
The Walden's Paths Project, as part of our philosophy of continual evaluation, seeks out user communities who may find our tool useful. However, our users, in the last few years, have reported a series of common issues and desired features. In order to sup...
     
An analysis of personal collections among users of social media
Found in: Proceeding of the 11th annual international ACM/IEEE joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '11)
By Frank Shipman, Paul Logasa Bogen, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2011
pp. 417-418
We have been developing a system to support the management of collections of web-based resources called the Distributed Collection Manager (DCM). As work on DCM has progressed, questions about the characteristics of people's collections of web pages have a...
     
Ember: a case study of a digital memorial museum of born-digital artifacts
Found in: Proceeding of the 11th annual international ACM/IEEE joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '11)
By Paul Logasa Bogen, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2011
pp. 77-80
This paper discusses the creation of Ember, a collection of borndigital artifacts generated in the aftermath of the 1999 Aggie Bonfire collapse. Ember is an example of a previously unexamined class of cultural heritage digital libraries, which we describe ...
     
Multiple sources with multiple portals: a demonstration of the ensemble computing portal in second life
Found in: Proceedings of the 10th annual joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '10)
By Allison Huie, B. Stephen Carpenter, Daniel Pogue, Edward A. Fox, Frank Shipman, Lillian Cassel, Lois Delcambre, Peter Brusilovsky, Richard Furuta, Spencer Lee
Issue Date:June 2010
pp. 397-398
This demonstration is an overview of our Ensemble pathway project with group members on-location at the conference and in the virtual world of Second Life from remote locations providing a live walk-through tour of our project online. This approach allows ...
     
Many-to-many information connection connections in a distributed digital library portal
Found in: Proceedings of the 10th annual joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '10)
By Edward A. Fox, Lillian N. Cassel, Lois M.L. Delcambre, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2010
pp. 369-370
The Ensemble computing education portal is part of the US NSF's National Science Digital Library (NSDL). The underlying assumption in Ensemble's design is that people will not come just because we build something new. The information must be available from...
     
Ensemble PDP-8: eight principles for distributed portals
Found in: Proceedings of the 10th annual joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '10)
By Clifford A. Shaffer, Dan Garcia, David Archer, Edward A. Fox, Felicia Decker, Frank Shipman, Lillian Cassel, Lois Delcambre, Monika Akbar, Peter Brusilovsky, Richard Furuta, Stephen Carpenter, Stephen H. Edwards, Yinlin Chen
Issue Date:June 2010
pp. 341-344
Ensemble, the National Science Digital Library (NSDL) Pathways project for Computing, builds upon a diverse group of prior NSDL, DL-I, and other projects. Ensemble has shaped its activities according to principles related to design, development, implementa...
     
What humanists want: how scholars use source materials
Found in: Proceedings of the 10th annual joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '10)
By Neal Audenaert, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2010
pp. 283-292
Despite the growing prominence of digital libraries as tools to support humanities scholars, little is known about the work practices and needs of these scholars as they pertain to working with source documents. In this paper we present our findings from a...
     
Using an ontology and a multilingual glossary for enhancing the nautical archaeology digital library
Found in: Proceedings of the 10th annual joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '10)
By Carlos Monroy, Filipe Castro, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2010
pp. 259-262
Access to materials in digital collections has been extensively studied within digital libraries. Exploring a collection requires customized indices and novel interfaces to allow users new exploration mechanisms. Materials or objects can then be found by w...
     
Keeping narratives of a desktop to enhance continuity of on-going tasks
Found in: Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '08)
By Richard Furuta, Youngjoo Park
Issue Date:June 2008
pp. 597-617
We describe a novel interface by which a user can browse, bookmark and retrieve previously used working environments, i.e., desktop status, enabling the retention of the history of use of various sets of information. Significant tasks often require reuse o...
     
Application of kalman filters to identify unexpected change in blogs
Found in: Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '08)
By Frank Shipman, Joshua Johnston, Paul Logasa Bogen, Richard Furuta, Unmil P. Karadkar
Issue Date:June 2008
pp. 597-617
Information on the Internet, especially blog content, changes rapidly. Users of information collections, such as the blogs hosted by technorati.com, have little, if any, control over the content or frequency of these changes. However, it is important for u...
     
A multilingual approach to technical manuscripts: 16th and 17th-century Portuguese shipbuilding treatises
Found in: Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '07)
By Carlos Monroy, Filipe Castro, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2007
pp. 413-414
Shipbuilding treatises are technical manuscripts written in a variety of languages and spanning several centuries that describe the construction of ships. Given their technical content, understanding terms, concepts, and construction sequences is a challen...
     
Digital Donne: workflow, editing tools, and the reader.s interface of a collection of 17th-century english poetry
Found in: Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '07)
By Carlos Monroy, Gary Stringer, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2007
pp. 411-412
We describe a multidisciplinary effort in the creation of an electronic repository of poems of John Donne - the renowned 17th-century English poet. We discuss the workflow we have adopted and the Web-based tools we have developed for maintaining a collecti...
     
Locating thematic pinpoints in narrative texts with short phrases: a test study on Don Quixote
Found in: Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '07)
By Eduardo Urbina, Jie Deng, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2007
pp. 402-410
Traditional implementations provide only limited assistance for locating the information in narrative texts relevant to a certain point of interest. We are investigating providing a "reading wheel" for such purposes. The first step of the bigger picture, a...
     
Longitudinal study of changes in blogs
Found in: Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '07)
By Frank Shipman, Luis Francisco-Revilla, Paul Logasa Bogen, Richard Furuta, Takeisha Hubbard, Unmil P. Karadkar
Issue Date:June 2007
pp. 135-136
Web-based distributed collections often include links to documents that are expected to change frequently, such as blogs. The study reported here demonstrates that blog changes follow specific patterns. The results also illustrate the substantial role of s...
     
Template-based authoring of educational artifacts
Found in: Proceedings of the 6th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '06)
By Daniel Pogue, Frank Shipman, Lauren Cifuentes, Luis Francisco-Revilla, Paul Bogen, Richard Furuta, Sarah Davis, Takeisha Hubbard, Unmil P. Karadkar
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 242-243
The Walden's Paths project is developing tools for leveraging student learning with the incredible amount of educational material on the Web. Specialized templates based on established educational frameworks, learning theories, or activities aid path autho...
     
Image-based evaluation of video-acquired research skills
Found in: Proceedings of the 6th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '06)
By Christopher Quick, Cody Lee, Marlo Nordt, Richard Furuta, Unmil P. Karadkar
Issue Date:June 2006
pp. 200-201
We are exploring the use of image interfaces for testing video-acquired research skills. We studied user performance on three testing image layouts that differ in their use of the available display real estate and in the flexibility of managing the time av...
     
Exploring user perceptions of digital image similarity
Found in: Proceedings of the 5th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '05)
By Jeevan Joseph John, Jin-Cheon Na, Richard Furuta, Unmil P. Karadkar
Issue Date:June 2005
pp. 89-90
The MIDAS project is developing infrastructure and policies for optimal display of digital information on devices with diverse characteristics. In this paper we present the preliminary results of a study that explored the effects of scaling and color-depth...
     
Dynamically growing hypertext collections
Found in: Proceedings of the fifteenth ACM conference on Hypertext & hypermedia (HYPERTEXT '04)
By Frank Shipman, Luis Francisco-Revilla, Paul Logasa Bogen, Pratik Dave, Richard Furuta, Unmil P. Karadkar
Issue Date:August 2004
pp. 171-180
Many approaches have been pursued over the years to facilitate creating, organizing, and sharing collections of materials extracted from large information spaces. Little attention, in the context of hypertext collections, has been paid to the addition of n...
     
Display-agnostic hypermedia
Found in: Proceedings of the fifteenth ACM conference on Hypertext & hypermedia (HYPERTEXT '04)
By Jin-Cheon Na, Richard Furuta, Selen Ustun, Tolga Ciftci, Unmil P. Karadkar, Vivek Gupta, YoungJoo Park, Yungah Park
Issue Date:August 2004
pp. 58-67
In the diversifying information environment, contemporary hypermedia authoring and filtering mechanisms cater to specific devices. Display-agnostic hypermedia can be flexibly and efficiently presented on a variety of information devices without any modific...
     
Language-theoretic classification of hypermedia paths
Found in: Proceedings of the fifteenth ACM conference on Hypertext & hypermedia (HYPERTEXT '04)
By David Stotts, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:August 2004
pp. 40-41
Paths are, and have been since the beginning, an important mechanism for organizing hypermedia documents. This note shows how a document defined as a (possibly infinite) collection of paths over content nodes can be succinctly expressed as a formal languag...
     
Applying caT's programmable browsing semantics to specify world-wide web documents that reflect place, time, reader, and community
Found in: Proceedings of the 2002 ACM symposium on Document engineering (DocEng '02)
By Jin-Cheon Na, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:November 2002
pp. 10-17
In this paper we discuss application of caT, which extends the Trellis Petri-net-based model of document/hypertext, towards specification of Web-browsable documents that respond to their reader's characteristics, browsing activities, use environment, and i...
     
Towards an electronic variorum edition of Cervantes' Don Quixote:: visualizations that support preparation
Found in: Proceedings of the second ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '02)
By Arpita Goenka, Carlos Monroy, Eduardo Urbina, Erendira Melgoza, Rajiv Kochumman, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:July 2002
pp. 199-200
The Cervantes Project is creating an Electronic Variorum Edition (EVE) of Cervantes' well-known Don Quixote de la Mancha, published beginning in 1605. In this paper, we report on visualizations of features of a text collection that help us validate our tex...
     
On the characteristics of scholarly annotations
Found in: Proceedings of the thirteenth conference on Hypertext and hypermedia (HYPERTEXT '02)
By Eduardo Urbina, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2002
pp. 78-79
We report on our observations of annotations for use in scholarly communication, rather than for use as personal artifact. Scholarly annotations reflect uses that predate digital representations and benefit from formalized structure. Scholarly annotations ...
     
Applying programmable browsing semantics within the context of the World-Wide Web
Found in: Proceedings of the thirteenth conference on Hypertext and hypermedia (HYPERTEXT '02)
By Jin-Cheon Na, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 2002
pp. 23-24
We discuss application of \caT\ (context-aware Trellis), which extends the Trellis Petri-net-based model of hypertext, towards specification of Web-browsable hypertexts that respond to factors that occur during their use. In addition to characteristics suc...
     
Dynamic documents: authoring, browsing, and analysis using a high-level petri net-based hypermedia system
Found in: Proceedings of the 2001 ACM Symposium on Document engineering (DocEng '01)
By Jin-Cheon Na, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:November 2001
pp. 38-47
caT (for Context-Aware Trellis) was initially developed to support context-aware documents by incorporating high-level Petri-net specification, context-awareness, user modeling, and fuzzy knowledge handling features into Trellis, a Petri-net-based hypermed...
     
Perception of content, structure, and presentation changes in Web-based hypertext
Found in: Proceedings of the twelfth ACM conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia (HYPERTEXT '01)
By Avital Arora, Frank M. Shipman, Luis Francisco-Revilla, Richard Furuta, Unmil Karadkar
Issue Date:August 2001
pp. 205-214
The Web provides access to a wide variety of information but much of this information is fluid; it changes, moves, and occasionally disappears. Bookmarks, paths over Web pages, and catalogs like Yahoo! are examples of page collections that can become out-o...
     
Managing change on the web
Found in: Proceedings of the first ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '01)
By Avital Arora, Frank Shipman, Luis Francisco-Revilla, Richard Furuta, Unmil Karadkar
Issue Date:January 2001
pp. 67-76
Increasingly, digital libraries are being defined that collect pointers to World-Wide Web based resources rather than hold the resources themselves. Maintaining these collections is challenging due to distributed document ownership and high fluidity. Typic...
     
Towards an electronic variorum dition of Don Quixote
Found in: Proceedings of the first ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries (JCDL '01)
By Eduardo Urbina, Rajiv Kochumman, Ricardo Vivancos, Richard Furuta, Shueh-Cheng Hu, Siddarth Kalasapur
Issue Date:January 2001
pp. 444-445
The Cervantes Project is creating an Electronic Variorum Edition of Ce rvantes well-known Don Quixote. This paper gives an overview of the computer-based tools that we are using in this endeavor, and summarizes the current status of the project. The Electr...
     
Context-aware hypermedia in a dynamically-changing environment, supported by a high-level Petri net
Found in: Proceedings of the eleventh ACM on Hypertext and hypermedia (HYPERTEXT '00)
By Jin-Cheon Na, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:May 2000
pp. 222-223
This paper discusses a semantic database approach to museum hypermedia systems based upon binary relations, with a restricted set of abstraction relationships. We describe examples of schema, queries and naviagaion aids for a prototype system designed as a...
     
Halasz's "seven issues" in context
Found in: ACM Journal of Computer Documentation (JCD)
By Richard Furuta
Issue Date:February 2000
pp. 92-95
Frank Halasz's "Seven issues" paper first received widespread distribution in the July 1988 Communications of the ACM. It appeared at a time when hypertext and hypermedia systems were receiving widespread attention. In this retrospective, I discuss the rol...
     
Visualization of relationships
Found in: Proceedings of the tenth ACM Conference on Hypertext and hypermedia : returning to our diverse roots: returning to our diverse roots (HYPERTEXT '99)
By Richard Furuta, Vijay Kumar
Issue Date:February 1999
pp. 137-138
This paper discusses a semantic database approach to museum hypermedia systems based upon binary relations, with a restricted set of abstraction relationships. We describe examples of schema, queries and naviagaion aids for a prototype system designed as a...
     
Metadata visualization for digital libraries: interactive timeline editing and review
Found in: Proceedings of the third ACM conference on Digital libraries (DL '98)
By Richard Furuta, Robert B. Allen, Vijay Kumar
Issue Date:June 1998
pp. 126-133
This presentation focuses on the strategic design planning and vision creation process for the E-Quarium, the online complement to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. More than six months of informed investigation and analysis resulted in an ambitious redesign of t...
     
Using paths in the classroom: experiences and adaptations
Found in: Proceedings of the ninth ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia : links, objects, time and space---structure in hypermedia systems: links, objects, time and space---structure in hypermedia systems (HYPERTEXT '98)
By Chung-Chi Chung, Donald Brenner, Frank M. Shipman, Hao-wei Hsieh, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:June 1998
pp. 267-270
This paper discusses a semantic database approach to museum hypermedia systems based upon binary relations, with a restricted set of abstraction relationships. We describe examples of schema, queries and naviagaion aids for a prototype system designed as a...
     
Hypertext paths and the World-Wide Web: experiences with Walden's Paths
Found in: Proceedings of the eighth ACM conference on Hypertext (HYPERTEXT '97)
By Catherine C. Marshall, Donald Brenner, Frank M. Shipman, Hao-wei Hsieh, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:April 1997
pp. 167-176
This paper discusses a semantic database approach to museum hypermedia systems based upon binary relations, with a restricted set of abstraction relationships. We describe examples of schema, queries and naviagaion aids for a prototype system designed as a...
     
Generating Web-based presentations in spatial hypertext
Found in: Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on Intelligent user interfaces (IUI '97)
By Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:January 1997
pp. 71-78
Simulation models of a number of computer architectures have been created using HASE,a Hierarchical Computer Architecture design and Simulation Environment,and automatially translated into WebHASE... and JavaHASE applets which can be accessed via the WWW.T...
     
Physical objects in the digital library
Found in: Proceedings of the first ACM international conference on Digital libraries (DL '96)
By Catherine C. Marshall, Frank M. Shipman, John J. Leggett, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:March 1996
pp. 109-115
This presentation focuses on the strategic design planning and vision creation process for the E-Quarium, the online complement to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. More than six months of informed investigation and analysis resulted in an ambitious redesign of t...
     
Interpreted collaboration protocols and their use in groupware prototyping
Found in: Proceedings of the 1994 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work (CSCW '94)
By P. David Stotts, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:October 1994
pp. 121-131
The correct and timely creation of systems for coordination of group work depends on the ability to express, analyze, and experiment with protocols for managing multiple work threads. We present an evolution of the Trellis model that provides a formal basi...
     
Hyperdocuments as automata: trace-based browsing property verification
Found in: Proceedings of the ACM conference on Hypertext (ECHT '92)
By J. Cyrano Ruiz, P. David Stotts, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:November 1992
pp. 272-281
The purpose of this panel is to bring together researchers in software engineering and hypertext and help identify the major issues in the application of hypertext technology and concepts to software engineering and vice versa.
     
Petri-net-based hypertext: document structure with browsing semantics
Found in: ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS)
By P. David Stotts, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:January 1992
pp. 3-29
We present a formal definition of the Trellis model of hypertext and describe an authoring and browsing prototype called αTrellis that is based on the model. The Trellis model not only represents the relationships that tie individual pieces of informa...
     
Hyperdocuments as automata: verification of trace-based browsing properties by model checking
Found in: ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS)
By Cyrano Ruiz Cabarrus, P. David Stotts, Richard Furuta
Issue Date:January 1992
pp. 1-30
We present a view of hyperdocuments in which each document encodes its own browsing semantics in its links. This requires a mental shift in how a hyperdocument is thought of abstractly. Instead of treating the links of a document as defining a static direc...
     
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