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Co-authorship networks in the digital library research community
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The field of digital libraries (DLs) coalesced in 1994: the first digital library conferences were held that year, awareness of the World Wide Web was accelerating, and the National Science Foundation awarded $24 Million for the Digital Library Initiative. Expand
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The open archives initiative: building a low-barrier interoperability framework
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This paper describes the recent history of the OAI - its origins in promoting E-Prints, the broadening of its focus, the details of its technical standard for metadata harvesting, the applications of this standard, and future plans. Expand
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A Principal Component Analysis of 39 Scientific Impact Measures
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We perform a principal component analysis of the rankings produced by 39 existing and proposed measures of scholarly impact that were calculated on the basis of both citation and usage log data. Expand
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Toward alternative metrics of journal impact: A comparison of download and citation data
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We generated networks of journal relationships from citation and download data, and determined journal impact rankings from these networks using a set of social network centrality metrics. Expand
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Journal status
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We demonstrate how a weighted version of the popular PageRank algorithm can be used to obtain a metric that reflects prestige, and we provide an analysis that reveals both significant overlaps and differences. Expand
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Open Linking in the Scholarly Information Environment Using the OpenURL Framework
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This paper provides insights into the concepts underlying the OpenURL framework for open reference linking in the web-based scholarly information environment. Expand
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HTTP Framework for Time-Based Access to Resource States - Memento
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HTTP-based Memento framework bridges the present and past Web by introducing datetime negotiation and TimeMaps. Expand
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The Santa Fe Convention of the Open Archives Initiative
Welcome to the Santa Fe Convention. This convention is the result of a meeting of the Open Archives Initiative which was held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on October 21-22 1999. This convention has beenExpand
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Resource Harvesting within the OAI-PMH Framework
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We review and critique existing techniques for identifying and gathering digital resources using metadata harvested through the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). Expand
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