Michelle Q. Wang Baldonado

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A multiple view system uses two or more distinct views to support the investigation of a single conceptual entity. Many such systems exist, ranging from computer-aided design (CAD) systems for chip design that display both the logical structure and the actual geometry of the integrated circuit to overview-plus-detail systems that show both an overview for(More)
The recent explosion of on-line information in Digital Libraries and on the World Wide Web has given rise to a number of query-based search engines and manually constructed topical hierarchies. However, these tools are quickly becoming inadequate as query results grow incomprehensibly large and manual classification in topic hierarchies creates an immense(More)
The overall goal of the Stanford Digital Library project is to provide an infrastructure that aaords interoperability among heterogeneous, autonomous digital library services. These services include both search services and remotely usable information processing facilities. In this paper, we survey and categorize the meta-data required for a diverse set of(More)
In a distributed, heterogeneous, proxy-based digital library , autonomous services and collections are accessed indirectly via proxies. To facilitate metadata compati-biity and interoperabiity in such a digital library, we have designed a metadata architecture that includes four basic component classes: attribute model proxies , attribute model translators,(More)
This paper describes Notable, an annotation system for networked handheld devices. Notable's key features are its separation of the annotation platform from the reading platform and its use of search to link annotations and documents. We outline the scenario that inspired this system, then describe its interaction design, architecture, and prototype(More)
The Notable annotation system enables users to annotate paper documents using handheld devices in a mobile environment. This paper describes the design issues and solutions that arose in creating Notable, with a particular focus on design challenges at the intersection of annotations and handheld technology. Novel design strategies include separating the(More)
With the recent explosion of available on-line information , there is an enormous need for methods that allow users to easily access this information. We address this problem with a system, named SONIA (Service for Organizing Networked Information Autonomously), which enables topical information space navigation by employing machine learning to create(More)