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1Chen, C.-C. ; Chen, A.-P.: Using data mining technology to provide a recommendation service in the digital library.
In: Electronic library. 25(2007) no.6, S.711-724.
Abstract: Purpose - Since library storage has been increasing day by day, it is difficult for readers to find the books which interest them as well as representative booklists. How to utilize meaningful information effectively to improve the service quality of the digital library appears to be very important. The purpose of this paper is to provide a recommendation system architecture to promote digital library services in electronic libraries. Design/methodology/approach - In the proposed architecture, a two-phase data mining process used by association rule and clustering methods is designed to generate a recommendation system. The process considers not only the relationship of a cluster of users but also the associations among the information accessed. Findings - The process considered not only the relationship of a cluster of users but also the associations among the information accessed. With the advanced filter, the recommendation supported by the proposed system architecture would be closely served to meet users' needs. Originality/value - This paper not only constructs a recommendation service for readers to search books from the web but takes the initiative in finding the most suitable books for readers as well. Furthermore, library managers are expected to purchase core and hot books from a limited budget to maintain and satisfy the requirements of readers along with promoting digital library services.
Themenfeld: Data Mining
2Chen, C.-C.: Encarta and The Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia : additional comments from the journal editor.
In: Microcomputers for information management. 12(1995) no.3, S.215-220.
Abstract: Oliver presents his results on the empirical study on whether skills and knowledge might be transferable between hypermedia systems. In order to enhance the reader's better understanding on the two reference tools and better appreciation of the survey, the following comments and information on the two encyclopedias are provided
Anmerkung: Vorbemerkungen zu dem Beitrag von R. Oliver in demselben Heft
Objekt: Encarta ; Grolier encyclopedia
3Chen, C.-C.: Information superhighway and the digital global library : realities and challenges.
In: Journal of information; communication; and library science. 1(1994) no.1, S.5-16.
Abstract: Today's changing society, characterized by continuing technological progress, and societal and economic changes, poses new challenges to libraries. The library has to move beyond its role of store house to be a dynamic and aggressive information provider of both its own country's information resources as well as being an effective node in the global information network providing access to global information. There is a need for global coalition building amongst libraries which will make possible the global linking of multimedia information toward an eventual global digital knowledge base. Presnets a conceptual scenario of the digital global library and considers how it can be achieved, barriers to its implementations, and content related problems
4Chen, C.-C.: Information superhighway and the digital global library : realities and challenges.
In: Microcomputers for information management. 11(1994) no.3, S.143-155.
Abstract: Discusses the technological developments of recent years, particularly in the area of telecommunications, and argues that they have fundamentally changed the way we generate, collect, disseminate, share and use information, and have had considerable impact on the roles of many types of libraries. Suggests that each library has the potential to be a dynamic provider of existing multimedia resources, as well as as effective node of a global information network providing access to all global information. Focuses on the concept of the digital global library, and how libraries should work towards its development. Outlines a number of barriers to the global library and how the good and bad aspects of the information infrastructure impinge on these
5Chen, C.-C.: Library/information industry and services : out from the pipeline.
In: Microcomputers for information management. 10(1993) no.1, S.73-85.
Abstract: Brings news of a new generation of 'intelligent' databases, BowkerPower. The first of these is 'Books in Print'. Covers electronic data interchange; internal quality control and validation and customized delivery systems. Discusses EBSCO's Primary Search full text trainer and other EBSCO activities. Provides news from Et Cetera software; the Getty Museum Art on Fikm Database; the International Access Demonstration Project; IFLA; the US National Library of Medicine online charge reductions and Congressional policy; OCLC PRISM ILL services; personal bibliographic software releases and the development of WLN Conspectus Software to support the RLG Conspectus
6Chen, C.-C.: Analog, digital and multimedia : implications for information access.
In: Online information 91: 15th International Online Meeting Proceedings, London, 10.-12.12.1991. Ed. by D.I. Raitt et al. Oxford : Learned Information, 1991. S.283-291.
Abstract: A brief overview on the recent technological development in the area of multimedia technologies to enhance information access. Topics covered will include analog videodisc, digital technologies and their interactive applications, and the current media-mixed information provision environment. As an illustration to the technological development discussed. an update the recent development of the 6-year R&D project, PROJECT EMPEROR-I. will he given. Implications of these technologies in enhancing information access and provision will he discussed.
7Chen, C.-C.: Hypermedia/multimedia technology and new opportunities for libraries in the 1990s.
In: Developments in microcomputing - discovering new opportunities for libraries in the 1990s. 12th Essen Symposium, 23.-26.10.1989. Ed. by A.H. Helal and J.W. Weiss. Essen : Essen University Library, 1990. S.1-23.
Abstract: Provides a quick overview of the historical development of hypertext/hypermedia, and the role of hypermedia in today's dynamic information environment. Actual R&D examples in both PROJECT EMPEROR-1, specifically its hypermedia R&D component experimented on all major delivery system platforms, is discussed and demonstrated, and new opportunities for libraries in the 1990s are further elaborated.
Themenfeld: Hypertext ; Multimedia
8Chen, C.-C.: As we think : thriving in the hyperweb environment.
In: Proceedings of the 2nd Pacific Conference on New Information Technology for Library & Information Professionals, Educational Media Specialists & Technologists. Singapore, 29-31 May 1989. Ed. by C.-C. Chen and D.I. Raitt, MicroUse Information and FID.
Abstract: Provides a quick summary of the historical development of hypertext/hypermedia. Discusses hypermedia's place in today's dynamic information environment, the potential problem with hypertext/hypermedia systems, and the effect of new technological developments on hypermedia application. Describes PROJECT EMPEROR-I, a hypermedia R&D project and discusses the potential of this type of application for librarians, information professionals, and education media specialists.