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Organizers:
Michael Doob
Department of Mathematics
University of Manitoba
mdoob@cc.UManitoba.CA
Thomas Fischer
State and University Library Göttingen
fischer@mail.sub.unigoettingen.de
Marc Krellenstein
Elsevier
M.Krellenstein@elsevier.com
Robert Miner
Design Science, Inc.
RobertM@dessci.com
Robby Robson
Eduworks Corporation
rrobson@eduworks.com
Description:
Science, Technology and Medical (STM) publishing is moving rapidly toward the use of XML, and in particular, toward the use of MathML for the encoding of mathematical data. As a result of this shift, best practices are in flux. Once workflows are established, however, the decisions made today may have wideranging implications for the longterm value of XML document collections. This is particularly true in the areas of metadata, searching and indexing.
To take advantage of this unusual window of opportunity for improving the infrastructure for searching STM documents, the National Science Digital Library program at the National Science Foundation is sponsoring two conferences over the next two years. This workshop, the first of the two, seeks to bring together experts on searching techniques and managers of STM document collections from both academics and industry.
The purpose of the workshop is twofold:
The workshop will consist of both presented papers and working sessions. The conclusions of the workshop will be summarized in a position paper, which will be circulated and publicized in the STM community.


MONDAY,
APRIL 26
All talks are in Lecture Hall EE/CS 3180 unless otherwise noted. 


8:30  Coffee and Registration  Reception Room EE/CS 3176 

Welcome and Introduction [introductory remarks on the goals and format for the workshop] 

9:0010:15  Presentation
by the Organizers:
Thomas
Fischer Slides: html
pdf
ps
ppt
Statement
of Interest 

10:15 10:30  break  Reception Room EE/CS 3176  
[talks on approaches to math searching] Moderator: Robert Miner (Design Science, Inc.) 

10:30 
Abdou Youssef The George Washington University 

11:00  Michael
Trott Wolfram Research, Inc. 
Mathematical Searching in the Wolfram Functions Site Mathematica notebook files: IMA_MS_2004.tar 

11:30  

12:001:30  Lunch 

[talks about metadata for mathematics and its implications for searching] Moderator: Robby Robson (Eduworks Corp) 

1:30  Timothy
W. Cole University of Illinois  UrbanaChampaign 
Enriching Metadata for XML Journal Articles through Extraction of MathML 

2:00  SuShing
Chen University of Florida 

2:30  Structured
Discussion 

3:00  3:30  break  Reception Room EE/CS 3176  
Data and Legacy Data [talks on issues of data migration and management for searching] Moderator: Thomas Fischer (State and University 

3:30  Nigel
Kerr JSTOR 

4:00  Masakazu
Suzuki Kyushu University 
From Paper to XML in Mathematics Slides: pdf 

4:30  Structured
Discussion 

5:00  6:00 
IMA
Tea and more (with POSTER SESSION) (400 Lind Hall)


TUESDAY,
APRIL 27 All talks are in Lecture Hall EE/CS 3180 unless otherwise noted. 

Data and Metadata II [talks about metadata for mathematics and its implications for searching] Moderator: Michael Doob (University of Manitoba) 

8:45  Coffee  Reception Room EE/CS 3176  
9:00  Bernhard F. Schutz Albert Einstein Institute 

9:30  Laurent
Guillopé Cellule MathDoc (CNRS/UniversitÃ© Joseph Fourier, Grenoble) & UniversitÃ© de Nantes 
Slides: pdf 

10:00  Structured
Discussion 

10:30 10:45  break  Reception Room EE/CS 3176  
Editorial/Production [talks about workflow and business issues affecting searching] Moderator: Paul R. Topping (Design Science, Inc.) 

10:45  James
Crowley SIAM 
A Publisher's Perspective on Searching and Metadata  
11:15  Heinz
KrÃ¶ger FIZ Karlsruhe  Zentralblatt MATH  
Searching Mathematics with Zentralblatt MATH  Overview and Outlook 

11:45  Structured
Discussion 

12:151:30 
Lunch 

1:303:30  
Name  Department  Affiliation 

Scot Adams  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota 
Stuart Allen  Department of Computer Science  Cornell University 
Douglas N. Arnold  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota 
Donald G. Aronson  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota 
HeeJeong Baek  Department of Mathematics  Seoul National University (BK21) 
Keith Berrier  Rice University  
Jonathan Borwein  Department of Computer Science  Dalhousie University 
Drew Burton  Systems Department  American Mathematical Society 
SuShing Chen  Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering  University of Florida 
Tim Cole  Mathematics Library  University of Illinois  UrbanaChampaign 
James Crowley  SIAM  
Donald DeLand  Integre Technical Publishing  
Hongjie Dong  Department of Mathematics  University of Minnesota 
Michael Doob  Department of Mathematics  University of Manitoba 
Sam Dooley  Department of Research and Development  Integre Technical Publishing 
Thomas Fischer  State and University Library Goettingen  
Kristine Fowler  Mathematics Library  University of Minnesota 
Matthias Graefenhan  Department of Mathematics and Computer Science  University of Marburg 
Gerry Grenier  Publishing Technologies  IEEE, Inc. 
Laurent Guillopé  Département de Mathématiques  Université de Nantes 
Anne Gundel  Institu fuer Mathematik  Humboldt University Berlin 
Bob Hecht  Marcel Dekker, Inc.  
Patrick Ion  Associate Editor  Math Reviews 
Nigel Kerr  Technology Services  JSTOR 
HyeRyoung Kim  Seoul National University (BK21)  
Heinz Kroeger  Abtes.Berlinzentralblatt  Technische Universität Berlin 
Ted Kull  Information Management Systems  SIAM 
Greg Langmead  Department of Research and Development  Design Science, Inc. 
Jeremy Lew  R&D Department  Mathsoft Engineering & Education, Inc. 
Gerry Loon  Electronic Product Development  AMS 
Lori Lorigo  Department of Computer Science  Cornell University 
Richard P. McGehee  School of Mathematics  University of Minnesota 
Robert Miner  Design Science, Inc.  
Bill Mischo  Grainger Engineering Library Information Center  University of Illinois  UrbanaChampaign 
Amir Niknejad  Department of Mathematics  University of Illinois  Chicago 
Elizabeth B. Porter  Product Management  Mathsoft Engineering & Education, Inc. 
Robby Robson  Eduworks Corp  
Fadil Santosa  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  University of Minnesota 
Bernard Schutz  Department of Astrophysical Relativity  Albert Einstein Institute 
Lee Smith  Math Forum  Drexel University 
Neil Soiffer  Department of Development  Design Science, Inc. 
Srdjan Stojanovic  Department of Mathematical Sciences  University of Cincinnati 
Masakazu Suzuki  Faculty of Mathematics  Kyushu University 
Eduardo Tabacman  Department of Development  Design Science, Inc. 
Paul Topping  Department of Management  Design Science, Inc. 
Michael Trott  Wolfram Research, Inc.  
Simeon Warner  Department of Computing and Information Science  Cornell University 
Stephen Watt  Department of Computer Science  University of Western Ontario 
Eric Weisstein  Wolfram Research, Inc.  
Abdou Youssef  Department of Computer Science  The George Washington University 
Material from Talks Abstracts Statements of Interest
Probability and Statistics in Complex Systems: Genomics, Networks, and Financial Engineering, September 1, 2003  June 30, 2004
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