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                          International Workshop on
                         Digital Libraries (DLib2001)


          in conjunction with the 12th International
Conference on
             Database and Expert Systems Applications

                    Munich, Germany, September 3-7, 2001

    Workshop Proceedings to be published by IEEE Computer
Society Press

Topics of Interest

The International Workshop on Digital Libraries (DLib2001),
preceding the European Conference on Research and Advanced
Technology for
Digital Libraries (ECDL2001), is inviting participation from
all parts of
the world and from the full range of disciplines and
professions involved
digital library research and practice, including computer
information science, librarianship, archival science and
practice, museum
studies and practice, technology, medicine, social sciences,
All domains - academia, government, industry, and others -
are encouraged
participate as presenters or attendees.

The information present in the World Wide Web is
increasingly recognized as
an important contribution to the world's cultural heritage.
Consequently, a
growing number of research projects is addressing issues
related to the
preservation of Web content. Apart from the immediate
challenges regarding
the acquisition and storage of Web-based information,
and the availability of such archives provide fascinating
research areas.

Papers are solicited on, but not limited to

   * Archivation: Harvesting, Internet Cataloging, Content
   * Preservation: Migration, Emulation, Storage
Architectures, Media,
   * Interfaces: Navigation in Large Document Archives, User
     Usability Studies
   * Information Retrieval: Classification, Cross-Language,
     Collection Analysis
   * Frameworks: Metadata, Interoperability
   * Case Studies: Systems, Applications
   * Policy Issues: Economics of Information, Intellectual
Property Rights,
   * Social Issues: Challenges and Caveats of Internet
Archives, Scenarios
     and Visions

Program Committee

   * Workshop Chair:
     Dieter Merkl, TU Vienna, Austria,
merkl _at__ ifs.tuwien.ac.at
     Ross Wilkinson, CSIRO, Australia
Ross.Wilkinson _at__ CMIS.CSIRO.AU

   * Program Chair:
     Andreas Rauber, TU Vienna, Austria,
rauber _at__ ifs.tuwien.ac.at

   * Program Committee:
        o Fabio Crestani (University of Strathclyde, UK)
        o Sally Jo Cunningham (University of Waikato, New
        o Erich J. Neuhold (GMD-IPSI, Germany)
        o Jan Paralic (Technical University Kosice,
        o Christian Schlögl (University of Graz, Austria)
        o Erich Schweighofer (University of Vienna, Austria)
        o Ah-Hwee Tan (Kent Ridge Digital Labs, Singapore)
        o Werner Winiwarter (SCCH, Austria)

Submission Details

Authors are invited to submit research contributions
representing original,
previously unpublished work. Submitted papers will be
carefully evaluated
based on originality, significance, and relevance to the
workshop. All
papers will be refereed by at least three members of the
program committee.
Accepted papers will be published by IEEE Computer Society
Press as
proceedings of the DEXA 2001 workshops. All submitted papers
must not
5 pages in IEEE style (two columns; about 5000 words). The
IEEE author
guidelines and formatting instruction can be found at
http://computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm. Templates for
LaTeX (latex8.sty,
latex8.bst, latex8.tex, latex8.bib) as well as MS Word
are available.

Authors should submit full papers electronically by email to
dlib2001 _at__ ifs.tuwien.ac.at listing DLib2001 Paper Submission
as subject of
the mail. The title page must include the name and email
address of the
contact author, and 3-4 relevant keywords. Submissions
should be in PDF
(preferred) or Postscript format, either as plain attachment
or using any
the following compression formats: Winzip (.zip), gnu-zip
(.gz) or Compress
(.Z), with the name of the first author as filename (e.g.

The e-mail must further contain in plain ASCII-Text the

   * Title of the Paper
   * Keywords
   * Name of Contact Author
   * Contact Address
   * Telephone and Fax Numbers
   * e-mail Address
   * File Format and Compression Technique used for
   * Filename and Size in Bytes
   * Abstract in Plain Text

If these format requirements are a hardship, please contact
the program

Important Dates

   * Submission: April 8, 2001
   * Notification of Acceptance: May 11, 2001
   * Final Version: May 25, 2001
   * Workshop Date: September 3, 2001

Related Conferences

   * ECDL2001, September 4-8, 2001, Darmstadt, Germany
     European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology
for Digital
     There are hourly trains connecting Munich and
Darmstadt, travel time
     approx. 4 hrs. (for timetables, see Deutsche Bahn)

   * RCDL2001, September 11-13, 2001, Petrozavodsk, Russia
     All-Russian Scientific Conference "Digital Libraries:
Advanced Methods
     And Technologies, Digital Collections"

Andreas Rauber               |                             
Dept. of Software Technology | Tel:    (+43) 1 58801
Vienna Univ. of Technology   | Fax:    (+43) 1 58801
Favoritenstr. 9 - 11 / 188   | e-mail:
rauber _at__ ifs.tuwien.ac.at 
A - 1040 Wien                |

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