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  • Center for the Study of Digital Libraries |
    furuta at Jun 6 2013 7 50pm Unmil Karadkar PhD Congratulations to Unmil Karadkar for successfully defending his dissertation The advisor is Richard Furuta By furuta at Sep 9 2011 7 39pm Congratulations DoHyoung Anna and Daniel Congratulations to CSDL students who successfully defended in August These include DoHyoung Kim Ph D Frank Shipman Advisor Anna Zacchi Ph D Frank Shipman Advisor and Daniel Pogue M S By furuta at Sep 8 2011 10 44pm Read more Paul Logasa Bogen II Ph D Congratulations to Paul Logasa Bogen II who successfully defended his dissertation in August 2011 and will be awarded the PhD in the Fall 2011 ceremony Paul s dissertation is titled Intelligent Information Interaction for Managing Distributed Collections of Web Documents His co advisors are Richard Furuta and Frank Shipman By plb at Aug 30 2011 6 32pm James Caverlee s class receives local news coverage James Caverlee s Information Retrieval class was featured in a story in our local newspaper Check the story out at http www theeagle com local The search for Quksace agjke By furuta at Mar 10 2011 8 56am Said Kashoob PhD Congratulations to Said Kashoob who successfully defended his dissertation in December 2010 and will be awarded the PhD in the Spring 2010 ceremony Said s dissertation is titled Community oriented Models and Applications for the Social Web His advisor is James Caverlee By furuta at Dec 10 2010 2 19pm Paul Davis PhD Congratulations to Paul Davis who will be awarded the PhD in the Winter 2010 commencement ceremony Paul s dissertation titled Learning Usability Assessment Models for Web Sites was co advised by Frank Shipman By furuta at Dec 10 2010 2 18pm CSDL downtime 10 4 10 and 10 5 10 All CSDL servers will be down on and

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  • About the CSDL | Center for the Study of Digital Libraries
    on the theory and application of digital libraries and to create flexible and efficient new technologies for their use The Center provides expertise and experience to help transfer collections of all types from books and journals to biological specimens and museum pieces into useful digital libraries Center staff includes experts in key new technologies required for digital libraries electronic document modeling and publication hyperbase systems process based and spatial hypermedia systems collaborative systems and computer human interaction The Center s program of research responds to the U S government s National Challenge program for research in information infrastructure technology It provides a leadership role in the on line development and application of world wide access to digital library services Development of this technology provides valuable fundamental research and supports the broader goal of research and education through improved means for collaboration and distance learning The Center is not limited to one discipline rather the development of digital libraries may be viewed as a fundamental contribution to research in all disciplines The Center organized the first two Conferences on the Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries The proceedings of these conferences helped lay the foundation for this important new research field

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  • Research Facilities | Center for the Study of Digital Libraries
    Station Texas Connectivity to these systems consists of a gigabit Ethernet network connected to the University s backbone Wireless network access is also available to users within the Center 44 Multiprocessor Linux servers provide Linux services including a 12 node Beowulf cluster 3 dedicated web application development and hosting machines and two interactive access machines for application development 23 of the servers are dedicated to individual projects Two shared disk clusters with multi terabyte storage capacity serves Windows as well as Unix users Roughly 15 of desktop workstations run some variant of Unix with the remainder largely consisting of Windows systems Server systems are routinely backed up over the network to a multi tape DAT backup unit and a 1 5TB file server dedicated to backups To aid in system testing the CSDL maintains a testbed providing all popular Web browsers on Windows Linux and Macintosh Additionally the center has a five head Linux based user study lab The Center also has a dedicated state of the art conference room equipped with a SMART Board connected to a computer with digital projection equipment Additionally a second machine attached to a flat display television and digital video camera provide videoconferencing support

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  • System Administration | Center for the Study of Digital Libraries
    lab wide services such as WWW J2EE LDAP MySQL Samba as well as any workstation issues that may arise We ask that you please send trouble tickets through admin csdl tamu edu or on nemesis csdl tamu edu if you have a problem Copyright 1996 2013 Center for the Study of Digital Libraries Texas Engineering Experimentation Station and Texas A M University All Rights Reserved Username Password CAPTCHA This question

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  • Research | Center for the Study of Digital Libraries
    digital libraries of significant collections that are used by practicing scholars and the public Computing infrastructure projects are concerned with providing the technology networking databases software user interfaces necessary to deliver the digital library projects in an efficient and timely manner The following gives a brief description of selected research being conducted in the CSDL Links are provided to project homepages for more detail Copyright 1996 2013 Center for the

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  • CSDL Directory | Center for the Study of Digital Libraries
    Bharath James Creel jcreel csdl tamu edu Ross Dusenbury Prasanth Ganta gprasanth csdl tamu edu Sampath Jayarathna sam csdl tamu edu Chris King Suinn Park Faryaneh Poursardar Sashikanth Damaraju damaraju csdl tamu edu Blake Dworaczyk mainframe cse tamu edu Bill Hamiliton bilhamil csdl tamu edu Yin Qu quyin csdl tamu edu Jon Moeller Nic Lupfer Nabeel Shahzad nskhan csdl tamu edu Andrew Webb awebb csdl tamu edu Zhiyuan Cheng zcheng

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  • Courses Offered by CSDL Faculty | Center for the Study of Digital Libraries
    systems will help but is not prerequisite New course to be scheduled Creative Systems CPSC 489 689 New course Next scheduled to be taught in Spring 2007 Graduate Hypertext Hypermedia Systems CPSC 610 Comprehensive coverage of Hypertext Hypermedia basic concepts and definitions fundamental components architectures and models problems and current solutions design and implementation issues and research issues Prerequisites CPSC 310 and 410 Taught in alternate years Next scheduled to be taught in Spring 2007 Intelligent User Interfaces CPSC 634 Intersection of artificial intelligence and computer human interaction emphasis on designing and evaluating systems that learn about and adapt to their users tasks and environments Prerequisites Graduate classification and approval of instructor Taught in alternate years Next scheduled to be taught in Fall 2007 Human Centered Systems and Information CPSC 655 A foundation course in human centered systems and information Understanding and conceptualizing interaction Design and prototyping methodologies Evaluation frameworks Visual design using color space layering and media Information structuring and visualization Individual and team programming projects Taught yearly Next scheduled to be taught in Fall 2007 Computers and New Media CPSC 656 see also linked undergraduate class This class investigates potential and realized impact of computers in the design of media Examples of questions to be considered are 1 How does storytelling change when the reader can take links 2 What about when the reader plays the role of a character in the story and more generally 3 What characteristics of computational media are appropriate for what types of communication and stories Thus some of the topics we will cover include 1 effect of computers on reading and belief of information 2 computer s impact on the author reader and the interaction between them 3 computers and argumentation and 4 interactive genres of literature These topics will be discussed at both a conceptual and tool level By the end of the course you will be able to look at an existing system or design a new system with an understanding of the impact it may have on communication and storytelling Prerequisites Students should have a basic knowledge of computing and the humanities and the ability to program complex systems and be able to learn new software tools on their own Taught in alternate years Next scheduled to be taught in Spring 2008 Collaborative Systems and Models CPSC 667 Collaborative systems support group activities over computer networks With the emphasis on human factors system design is fundamentally different from traditional systems This course overviews existing research efforts to address various design issues The students will be informed of the state of the art knowledge in this area and learn how to implement collaborative applications Taught in alternate years Next scheduled to be taught in Spring 2007 Information Storage and Retrieval CPSC 670 Information retrieval deals with the representation storage and access to very large multimedia document collections This course covers the fundamental data structures algorithms and access methods of current information storage and retrieval systems and relates the various techniques

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  • Related Conferences | Center for the Study of Digital Libraries
    ACM Conference on Digital Libraries DL 00 June 2 7 2000 San Antonio TX IEEE Advances in Digital Libraries Conference ADL 2000 Washington DC May 22 24 2000 WebNet 2000 World Conference on the WWW and Internet Oct 30 Nov 4 ED MEDIA 2000 World Conference on Educational Multimedia Hypermedia Telecommunications June 26 July 1 2000 The Fifth ACM Conference on Digital Libraries Digital Libraries 00 June 2 7 2000 ACM Hypertext 2000 May 30 June 3 2000 9th International World Wide Web Conference WWW9 May 15 19 2000 Museums and the Web 2000 April 16 19 2000 CHI 2000 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems April 1 6 2000 1999 4th ACM Conference on Digital Libraries DL 99 August 11 14 1999 Berkeley CA IEEE Advances in Digital Libraries Conference ADL 99 May 19 21 1999 Baltimore MD WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet WebNet 99 October 25 30 1999 Third European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries September 22 24 1999 The Sixth European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work ECSCW 99 September 12 16 1999 The Fourth ACM Conference on Digital Libraries Digital Libraries 99 August 11 14 1999 ED MEDIA 99 World Conference on Educational Multimedia Hypermedia Telecommunications June 19 24 1999 CHI 99 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems May 15 20 1999 ACM Hypertext 99 February 21 25 1999 1998 3rd ACM Conference on Digital Libraries DL 98 June 24 27 1998 Pittsburgh PA IEEE Advances in Digital Libraries Conference ADL 98 April 22 24 1998 Santa Barbara CA WebNet World Conference 98 Sixth ACM International Multimedia Conference Multimedia 98 21st International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval Third ACM International Conference on Digital Libraries Digital Libraries 98 Hypertext 98 Conference

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