This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the ICM 2002 International Satellite Conference on Electronic Information and Communication in Mathematics, held in Beijing, China, in August 2002. The 18 revised andnbsp;reviewed papersnbsp;assess the state of the art of the production and dissemination of electronic information in mathematics. Among the topics addressed are models and standards for information and metainformation representation; data search, discovery, retrieval, and analysis; access to distributed and heterogeneous digital collections; intelligent user interfaces to digital libraries; information agents, and cooperative work on mathematical data; digital collection generation; business models; and data security and protection.A group of statements that would be natural to encapsulate in a module can be recorded in a file en- dowed with dummy strings: ... 3.1 E-print Communication: Tools and Networking Architectures Scientific research relies heavily on the rapid ... institutional archives, such as NCSTRL13 and the ERCIM Technical Reference Digital Library14 for computer science and ... interoperability protocol, such as RePEc15 for economics, and DoIS16 for library and information science a umbrellaanbsp;...
|Title||:||Electronic Information and Communication in Mathematics|
|Author||:||Fengshan Bai, Bernd Wegner|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2003-09-03|