Friday September 20, 2002
Media Center, Osaka City University

Time Function Venue
9:00~17:00 Registration 1F, Entrance Hall
10:00~10:30

Opening Ceremony

Chair:
Mamoru SHIBAYAMA, Osaka City University

Co-Chair:
Kota ABE, Osaka City University

Welcome Speeches:

  • Tetsuya KATSUMURA,
    The University of Shimane
  • Sunney CHEN,
    The Vice President of Academia Sinica
  • Lewis LANCASTER, University of California, Berkeley
  • Takafumi ISOMURA, The Mayor of Osaka City
  • Takao KODAMA, The President of Osaka City University
10F, Conference Room L
10:30~11:10 Keynote Speech

Chair:
Toshio MATSUURA, Osaka City University

Co-Chair:
Kota ABE, Osaka City University

Keynote Speaker:
Sharing Information Resources in the Internationally Globalized Society
Makoto NAGAO, President, Kyoto University
10F, Conference Room L
11:10~11:20 Group Photo
11:20~12:40 Large Scale Humanity Research Projects in Japan

Chair:
Shoichiro HARA, National Institute of Japanese Literature

Co-Chair:
Ikuo OKETANI, Osaka International University

Speakers:
Digital Museum-A Case of the National Museum of Ethnology
Shigeharu SUGITA, National Museum of Ethnology

Introduction to the Computer System at the Historiographical Institute of the University of Tokyo (SHIPS) and "Japan Memory Project" of the COE
Yoshinori YOKOYAMA, Historiographical Institute, University of Tokyo

International Collaboration Research for Japanese Literature
Hisashi YASUNAGA, National Institute of Japanese Literature

Modern Library Catalog and Chinese Classic Catalog: Two Union Catalogs of Japanese Academic Community
Akira MIYAZAWA, National Institute of Informatics
10F, Conference Room L
12:10~13:10 ECAI Institutional Meeting 10F, Staff Meeting Room
12:40~13:40 Lunch University COOP Cafeteria
13:10~14:00 Media Center Tour 1F, Main Entrance
13:10~14:10 ECAI Southeast Asia Team Meeting 10F, Staff Meeting Room

14:10~15:40

Public Lecture

Public Lecture: Library and Information Resources

Chair:
Katsuichi KITA, Osaka City University

Co-Chair:
Venkatesh RAGHAVAN, Osaka City University

Speakers:

The Intellectual Revolution; New Technology in Librarianship
Karl LO, The Asian Division, The Library of Congress

Heritage of Historical and Cultural Resources in the Digital Age
Kinji ONO, National Institute of Informatics
10F, Conference Room L
15:40~15:50 Break Public Area

15:50~18:55

Plenary Session

Networking and Computing in the Digital Age
(PNC Session with C&C)


Chair:
Simon C. LIN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

Co-Chair:
Hideo NAKANO, Osaka City University

Opening Remark:
Katsuhiro ONODA, Institute for International Socio-Economic Studies

Speakers:
Networking Challenges for Digital Content
Simon C. LIN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

Use of Information Property in the Broadband Age and Public Internet Data Center (IDC) An Overview
Izumi HARADA, Institute for International Socio-Economic Studies

Creation of a New Intellectual Culture in a Knowledge Society -Broadband Network to Link the 3C's-
Yuji MASUDA, University of Shimane

Use of Information Technology in the Development of IT Human Resources-Establishment of an Occupational Database and International Collaboration-
Kazuko YUMA, Institute for International Socio-Economic Studies

ECAI Vision for Spatial Data in the Humanities
Lewis LANCASTER, University of California, Berkeley

10F, Conference Room L
18:30~19:30 KOTO (Japanese Classical Harp) Music Evening I
Hongaku (Japanese Classical Music) Club, Osaka City University
10F, Conference Room L
19:30~21:00 PNC Steering Committee Meeting
Chairs:
Sunney CHEN / Ovid TZENG(PNC Steering Committee Members Only)
1F, Cafeteria Wisteria



Saturday September 21, 2002
Media Center, Osaka City University


Time Function Venue
8:30~17:00 Registration 1F, Entrance Hall
9:00~10:30
Plenary Session
Resource Sharing*

Chair:
Akifumi OIKAWA, The Graduate School of Advanced Studies

Co-Chair:
Michael BUCKLAND, University of California, Berkeley

Speakers:
ACI-Japan-It's Perspectives for the Future-
Akifumi OIKAWA, The Graduate School of Advanced Studies

Thirteen Years Experience of Collaboration of Computer Science and the Humanities in Japan
Kozaburo HACHIMURA, Ritsumeikan University

PRDLA and PNC: Synthesis or Siblings?
Anthony FERGUSON, Hong Kong University

The ECAI Vision for Data Sharing and Recent Developments in TimeMap
Jeanette ZERNEKE, University of California, Berkeley
Ian JOHNSON, University of Sydney

The Digital Maps' Application in Scholarly Studies in Russia
Alexander STOLYAROV, Russian Academy of Sciences
10F,Conference Room L
10:30~10:40 Break Public Area
10:40~12:10
Plenary Session
Computer and the Humanities in Japan*(IPSJ Session)

Chair:
Tsunekazu KATO, Osaka Electro-Communication University

Co-Chair:

Harumi MURAKAMI, Osaka City University

Speakers:
Text Mining in Literary Works
Masayuki TAKEDA, Kyushu University
Tomoko FUKUDA & Iechiro NANRI, Kyushu University

True or Fake on Classical Text
Masakatsu MURAKAMI, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics

Computing the Past in Japan
Kazumasa OZAWA, Osaka Electro-Communication University
10F, Conference Room L
12:10~13:10 Lunch University COOP Cafeteria
ECAI Africa Planning Meeting 10FStaff Meeting Room
13:10~14:40
Concurrent Sessions

Institutional Collaboration**
(IPSJ Session)


Chair:
Fumio ADACHI, National Museum of Japanese History

Speakers:
Interoperation of Museum Object Information and the Role of CIDOC CRM
Ryoji MURATA, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

The Design Plan for the Nagoya University Information Collaboration System
Hiroshi ITSUMURA & Masanori AKIYAMA, Nagoya University

Collaboration Project for Organizing Japanese Literal Information---Standardization for Data Sharing System
Shoichiro HARA & Hisashi YASUNAGA, National Institute of Japanese Literature

1F, Meeting Room for Intercultural Exchange

Virtual Reality and Motion Capture I
(IPSJ Session)

Chair:
Kozaburo HACHIMURA, Ritsumeikan University

Speakers:
Digital Preservation of Cultural Heritage by Using Virtual Reality Technique: A Case Study-a Guest House Called "The Ube Industrial Hall" in Ube City-
Norikazu SHIMIZU, Yamaguchi University
Kazunori YASUHARA, Institute of Social System Co., Ltd.

A Web-based Reusable Description Method for Human Motion Data
Kengo HAYASHI, Asako SOGA,
Takami YASUDA & Shigeki YOKOI, Nagoya University

Human Motion Analysis Using Rhythm Input Data from Outside---The Reproducing Method of Dance Motion Using the Interpolation Method
Kazuya KOJIMA, Ritsumeikan University
Mikiya HIRONAGA & Sadahiko NAGAE, Kinki University

5F, AV Hall

EBTI Session

Chair:
Charles MULLER, Toyo Gakuen University

Speakers:
NGSM and Cluster Analysis: Its Usage in the Digitization of Variant Texts in the SAT (Taisho Daizokyo Text Database)
Ishii KOSEI, Komazawa Junior College

FEDORA: A New Digital Library System and its Application to the Study of Buddhist Culture
David GERMANO, University of Virginia

International Dunhuang Project
Sam Van SCHAIK, British Library

e-Learning for Dhama
Yufen SHIH, Tamkang University

Digitization of Sanskrit Buddhist Texts in Nepal
Min Bahadur SHAKYA, Nagarjuna Institute

A Study on Chinese Canon Classification in the Digital Age: The Catalogue of CBETA Taisho Tripitaka
Huimin BHIKKHU, Taipei National University of the Art

9F, I/O Service Room

Metadata to Gazetteer

Chair:
Tom LEONARD, University of California, Berkeley

Speakers:
Gazetteers as Components of Digital Libraries
Linda HILL, University of California, Santa Barbara

Digital Gazetteers for History and Culture: Identifying Uses, Developing Standards
Michael BUCKLAND & Ruth MOSTERN, University of California, Berkeley

Digital Gazetteer Practice in Chinese Culture
Ya-ning CHEN, Shu-jiun CHEN & Wei-long UENG, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

9F, Conference Room

Museum Informatics I

Chair:

Curtis HARDYCK, University of California Berkeley

Speakers:
Digital Media, Informatics, and Cultural Heritage
Ching-chun HSIEH, The National Digital Archives Program, R.O.C.

University Museum and Multi-Media
Terufumi OHNO, Kyoto University
Shin-ichi KAWAKAMI & Takehiko KAKUTANI, Gifu University

Notes on the Institutional Cooperation of the Formosan Aboriginal Project
Inghai PAN, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

Culture in Virtual Reality: Borobudur, Rome, Horyuji, and Alternatives to VRML
Michael GREENHALGH, Australia National University

10F, Conference Room L
14:40~14:50 Break Public Area
14:50~16:20
Concurrent Sessions

Images Analysis and Retrieval**
(IPSJ Session)


Chair:
Takuzi SUZUKI, National Museum of Japanese History

Speakers:
The Self Organized-Criticality of Color Information of Impressionist's Art Works
Asako FUKUMOTO, Keio University
Ryuta MIZUMORI & Dong Sheng CAI, Tsukuba University

Subjective Evaluation on the Effect of the Blue Turban in Vermeer's 'HEAD OF A GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING'
Tadahiro TSUJITA, Konan UniversityHiroyuki OOHASI, Hitachi Ltd.

Content-based Image Retrieval with the Capability of Automatic Setting of Similarity Measure
Totaro NAMBU & Kozaburo HACHIMURA, Ritsumeikan University

1F, Meeting Room for Intercultural Exchange
Museum Informatics II

Chair:
Ing-hai PAN, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

Speakers:
Establishment of the Antiquities Digital Museum, NPM
Jo-hsin CHI, National Palace Museum

Metadata for Works of Art: Application of CDWA

Ya-ning CHEN & Shu-jiun CHEN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

Potential of Digital Photogrammetry and Laser Scanner for Digital Archiving for 3-D Artifact
Phisan SANTITAMNONT, Chulalongkorn University

Computer Rubbings with Three Dimensional Measurement Data Ken'ichiro OOI & Kosuke SATO, Osaka University
Toshio TSUKAMOTO, Gangoji Research Institute for Cultural Properties
10F, Conference Room L

Resource Sharing with Time and Place

Chair:
Michael BUCKLAND, University of California, Berkeley

Speakers:

What Google Can't Do: Humanities Data Sharing and Interoperability
Jeanette ZERNEKE, University of California, Berkeley

Distributed and Federated Search of Georeferenced Cultural Information
Ray LARSON, University of California, Berkeley

Knowledge Level Resource Sharing and Interoperability
Eric YEN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

9F, Conference Room
e-Learning

Chair:
Masaru SAKAYAUCHI, National Institute for Educational Policy Research

Speakers:
The Text Viewer System with XML to Assist Reading Comprehension of Foreign Pupils
Keiko NAKAO, Otema University
Jun-Ya MORISITA, Kobe University

Construction of the Environment for Extensive Reading of German Texts Using Web
Shosaku TANAKA & Yoshiyuki TABATA, Kyushu University

Modular Model Approach to Technical Writing Instructions---The Structuring Technique Can Best Be Learned from Non-Technical Content
Yasuhiko IKEBE, Meisei UniversityNobuyoshi ASAI, University of AizuYoshinori MIYAZAKI, Shizuoka Sangyo University
Dong Sheng CAI, University of Tsukuba
Yoshiko IKEBE, Tokyo Science University
9F, I/O Service Room
Character Encoding and Multilingual
(IPSJ Session)


Chair:
Masami KOJIMA, Tohoku Institute of Technology

Speakers:
Construction and Application of Grammatical and Lexical Data for Sanskrit and Tibetan Parallel Texts
Toru AIBA & Kyoji OIDE, Tohoku University


A New Syllablewise Transcription System j---pinyin from Chinese Proper Nouns to Japanese Ones
Hiroyuki KAMEDA, Sumio OHNO, Shu-Mei CHEN & Jin-Hua SHE, Tokyo University of Technology

The Collaboration What Connects CTS and Database Data---From 'a Classic Person's Name and a Character Chronological Table Database' Project
Mitsuru AIDA, National Institute of Japanese Literature
5F, AV Hall
16:20~16:30 Break Public Area
16:30~18:00
Concurrent Sessions

Application of Archaeological and Historical Information I
(IPSJ Session)


Chair:
Akifumi OIKAWA, Graduate University for Advanced Studies

Speakers:
Construction of Contents Management System for Digital Archives
Tetsuo SHOJI, Yoshihiro OKADA, Kogi KUDARA, Takashi IRISAWA, Yoshihisa ODA, Ryukoku University

Geographical Analyses on Distribution of Archeological Sites of Village and Hill-fort
Tsunekazu KATO, Kazumasa OZAWA, Tomoyuki TAKAMI, Osaka Electro-Communication University

A Case Report of 'Digital Archives of Naraehon
Tomoko TAKASHINA, Ikuma KITAGAWA, Wataru NAGATOMI, Masatoshi SHIBUKAWA, Keio University

1F, Meeting Room for Intercultural Exchange
GIS Application in Digital Archive

Chair:
David BODENHAMER, IUPUI

Co-Chair:
William KILBRIDE, Arts and Humanities Data Service

Speakers:
Distributional Database of Fish in Taiwan
Kwang-tsao SHAO, Keng-hsien LIN, Institute of Zoology, Academia Sinica
Eric YEN, Wei-long UENG & Rebecca CHUANG, Computing Centre, Academic Sinica

Mapping the Cultural and Natural Resources of Taiwan
I-chun FAN, Institute of History and Philosophy, Academia Sinica

Implementing Web Map Services Using Open Source Software
Phisan SANTITAMNONT, Chulalongkorn University
10F, Conference Room L

The ECAI e-Publication Program

Chair:
Paul ELL, Queen's University of Belfast

Speakers:
Taiwan Austronesian: ECAI Electronic Publication as a Series for the California Digital Library
David BLUNDELL, National Cheng-chi University

Preparing the Digital/GIS Language Atlas of China for the ECAI e-Publication Program
Lawrence CRISSMAN, Griffith University

The Twenty-Four Dioceses and the Spatio-Liturgical Organization of Early Heavenly Master Taoism
Franciscus VARELLEN, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Scholarly and Technical Standards for Map-Based Digital Works
Ruth MOSTERN & Jeanette ZERNEKE, University of California, Berkeley

9F, Conference Room

e-Learning

Chair:
Kim-joan CHEN, Ministry of Education, Taiwan

Speakers:
Building an Internet Learning System for All
Kim-joan CHEN, Ministry of Education, Taiwan

Social Design and Intelligence in Learning Society
Tak-Wai CHAN, National Central University

Metadata for e-Learning Objects
Ya-ning CHEN & Shu-jiun CHEN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

9F, I/O Service Room

Character Encoding and Multilingual

Chair:
Susan STONE, University of California, Berkeley

Discussant:
Howie LAN, University of California, Berkeley

Speakers:
Unicode and Beyond: Encoding of Rare Chinese Characters
Christian WITTERN, Kyoto University

A Multilingual Geographic Feature Classification Index for China and Japan
Merrick Lex BERMAN, Harvard University

The Nguyen Dynasty Digital Archives: A Project in Vietnamese, Han and Nom
Brian ZOTTOLI, University of Michigan

Multilingual Information Processing for Digital Libraries
Akira MAEDA, Ritsumeikan University

5F, AV Hall
18:10~18:30 KOTO (Japanese Classical Harp) Music Evening II
Hongaku (Japanese Classical Music) Club, Osaka City University
10F, Conference Room L
18:40~20:40 Banquet University COOP Cafeteria


Sunday September 22, 2002
Media Center, Osaka City University

Time Function Venue
8:30~17:00 Registration 1F, Entrance Hall
9:00~10:30
Plenary Session
GIS for Scholarly Analysis*

Chair:
Tetsuya KATSUMURA, University of Shimane

Co-Chair:
Venkatesh RAGHAVAN, Osaka City University

Speakers:
Japan Mapped: Historical Maps for Digital Display and Research
David RUMSEY, Cartogrphy Associates

Mapping French and Spanish Missions in Colonial America
John CORRIGAN, Forida State University
10F, Conference Room L
10:30~10:40 Break Public Area
10:40~12:10
Concurrent Sessions

Virtual Reality and Motion Capture II**
(IPSJ Session)


Chair:
Dong Sheng CAI, University of Tsukuba

Speakers:
A Method of Extracting "Furi" Movements in a Classical Japanese Dance Using Information of Shoulder-Angles
Akira KUROMIYA, Nagoya Municipal Industrial Research Institute
Mitsu YOSHIMURA & Kiyoko YOKOYAMA, Nagoya City University

The Extraction of Rhythmical Movement Features and Japanese-Likeness
Daisuke IWAI, Felipe TORO & Seiji INOKUCHI, Osaka University

Dance Notation and Its Application to Computer Based Systems
Minako NAKAMURA, Ochanomizu University & Kazuya KOJIMA & Kozaburo HACHIMURA, Ritsumeikan University

1F, Meeting Room for Intercultural Exchange
Panel Discussion: GAIJI Issue

Chair:
Christian WITTERN, Kyoto University

Panelist:
Ching-chun HSIEH, The National Digital Archives Program, R.O.C.

Panelist:
Derming CHUANG, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica Panelist: Morioka TOMOHIKO, Kyoto University
9F,Conference Room

e-Resources

Chair:
Anthony FERGUSON, Hong Kong University

Speakers:
E-resource Sharing at the California State University
Evan READER, The California State University

IT Human Resource Development in Vietnam-Perspectives and Challenges
Nguyen Dinh HOA, Institute of Information Technology, Vietnam National University

Seamless E-resources Sharing in Taiwan Libraries
Ya-ning CHEN & Shu-jiun CHEN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

Collecting and Archiving of Electronic Content: Library Resource Sharing in the Digital Age
Assunta PISANI, Stanford University

E-resource Sharing in Hong Kong
Anthony FERGUSON, Hong Kong University

 

5F, AV Hall
Digital Technology and Southeast Asia Cultural Heritage

Chair:

Caverlee CARY, University of California, Berkeley

Speakers:
From Imagined Communities to Virtual Neighborhoods: The Dilemma of Digital Representation for Southeast Asia
Caverlee CARY, University of California, Berkeley Rebecca Weldon SITHIWONG, Rai Wae Fah Luang Museum

Framework Spatial Data Availability for Southeast Asia
Lawrence CRISSMAN, Griffith University

The Ancient Route from Angkor to Phimai: Application of Remote Sensing and Multimedia GIS in the Study of the Khmer Empire
Surat LERTLUM, Asian Institute of Technology

AIRSAR Radar and GIS in the Mapping of Greater Angkor
Roland FLETCHER, University of Sydney
10 F, Conference Room L
12:10~13:10 Lunch University COOP Cafeteria
PNC 2003 Meeting 10F, Staff Meeting Room
13:10~14:40
Concurrent Sessions
Historical Information Sharing**
(IPSJ Session)


Chair:
Akira BABA, The University of Tokyo

Speakers:
Sharing Historical Records on the Internet: Experiments at the Japan Center for Asian Historical Records
Shohei MUTA, National Archives of Japan

Description and Integration of 'Syoso-in Monjo' Research Materials Using the XML/XSLT
Makoto GOTO & Mamoru SHIBAYAMA, Osaka City University

Archival Descriptions: For a Good Balance between the Management of Archives and the Creation Process of Archival Finding Aids Encoded in EAD, Encoded Archival Description
Haruyoshi GOTOH, National Institute of Japanese Literature
1F, Meeting Room for Intercultural Exchange

Internet and Archive
(IPSJ Session)


Chair:
Yasunori YAMAMOTO, National Museum of Ethnology

Speakers:
Document Structure Model Based on Syntax Directed Semantics
Takahisa KIMURA, Information Technology Research and Standardization Center

A Study of Minority's Internet Usage---A Case Study of Pa Khlang Hmong Villager in Nan Province, Thailand
Senshu YOSHII, Chulalongkorn Unviersity

Collecting and Preserving Records of the Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake and their Digitalization Project
Kazuko SHIBATA, Ryukoku University
Atsuko ITO, Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Memorial Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation InstitutionKazuko SASAKI, Kansai University

5F, AV Hall
Silk Road and Central Asia Session I: Geography

Chair:
Ruth MOSTERN, University of California, Berkeley

Speakers:
History of Trade and Communication in Central Asia: Digital Project
Irina MERZLIAKOVA, Russian Academy of Sciences

Iconography of the Mongolian Manuscript Ganjur
Tsymjit VANCHIKOVA, Russian Academy of Sciences

Silk Road Manuscripts Online-Making the International Dunhuang Project Truly International
Susan WHITFIELD, British Library
9F, Conference Room

Metadata for Archives

Chair:
Assunta PISANI, Stanford University

Speakers:
Encoded Archival Description (EAD) Kris KIESLING, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Metadata for Digital Archives in Taiwan: Application of EAD
Ya-ning CHEN & Shu-jiun CHEN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

Information Technology for Preservation and Providing Access to the Archives in Vietnam
Duong Van KHAM, General of State Archives Department of Vietnam

A Database System for Analyzing the Japanese Religious Investigation Registers
Hiroshi KAWAGUCHI, Tezukayama University

10F, Conference Room L
13:10~18:00
Poster and Demo

Poster and Demo

Mapping the Cultural and Natural Resources of Taiwan and China
I-Chun FAN/Eric YEN, Academia Sinica

Distributional Database of Fishes in Taiwan
Kwang-tsao SHAO, Academia Sinica

A Digital Archives System for the Academia Historica in Taiwan
Wen-yuan CHU, Academia Historica

Linking Technology and Service: Content vs. Context
William HO & Lawrence LAI, iGroup Taiwan

The Influence of GIS on the Way in which Decisions about Land are Taken in the City of Guadalajara, Mexico
Edith JIMENEZ, Heriberto CRUZ & Jesus RABAGOUniversity of Guadalajara

A Novel Digital Heritage of Modern Asian Culture with National Palace Museum
Peisuei LEE, Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences,
Chia Fang LEE, National Taiwan University
K.Y. LIACO, Chang Foundation
P.T. LIN, National Palace Museum

Modeling Haniwa: New Methods of Digital Visualization
Musdi Bin Haji SHAMAT, Pierre-Alain FAYOLLE, Benjamin SCHMITT, & Turlif VILBRANDT, Carl W. VILBRANDT, University of California, Los Angeles

Exploring Historical Sites in Real Time
Jan GOODWIN et. al., University of California, Los Angeles

Virtual Heritage: Case Studies in Multimedia and 3D Documentation: The Val de Loire Workshop and Archaeological 3D Scanning at Tambo Colorado
Alonzo C. ADDISON, University of California, Berkeley

Development of the EcoNETVIS, a Time-series Spatial Information System, on Northeast Thailand
Yoshikatsu NAGATA, Osaka City University
Walailak SONGSIRI, Lek-Prapai Viriyapant Foundation
Srisakra VALLIBHOTAMA, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre

An Application of Super-high-definition Free-viewing Technology for Viewing Ancient Documents
Takuzi SUZUKI, Fumio ADACHI, & Atsushi NITO, National Museum of Japanese History

Subject Word: A System for Visualizing OPAC
Harumi MURAKAMI, Osaka City University
Takashi HIRATA, Japan Ground Self Defense Force
Katsuichi KITA, Osaka City University

Development of Research Support Software for Images of the Country Pictorial Maps
Mitsuhiro TSUDA, IpalletKou HIDA &Toshio KAWASE, Horiuchi Color Ltd.
Akira BABA, The University of Tokyo

Volume Reconstruction of Multiplex Inclusion Structured Object from a Small Set of Multi-view X-ray Images Based on Ray-based Back Projection
Sang Sun LEE, HandySoft Korea Limited

Chiyo NISHIKAWA, Mitsunori MORIMOTO & Hiromi TANAKA, University of Ritsumeikan

10F, Hall in front of Resting Room
14:40~14:50 Break Public Area
14:50~16:20
Concurrent Sessions
Classical Information Sharing
(IPSJ Session)


Chair:
Mitsuru AIDA, National Institute of Japanese Literature

Speakers:
Alignment Support for Multi-lingual Humanity Corpus Retrieval Case Study: The Small Prince and the Tale of Genji
Hiroko OMAE, Keio University
Frederic ANDRES, National Institute of Information
Michita IMAI & Yuichiro ANZAI, Keio University

Supplementing Data Files of Classical Japanese Poems
Tomoko FUKUDA & Ichiro NANRI, Junshin Women's Junior College
Masayuki TAKEDA, Kyushu University

Kokin Waka Shu Parallel Text Database and Management System
Hilofumi YAMAMOTO, University of California, San Diego
Akifumi OIKAWA, Graduate University for Advanced Studies
1F, Meeting Room for Intercultural Exchange
Grid Computing and Application

Chair:
Simon C. LIN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

Speakers:
Toward the Data Grid for Digital Archive
Eric YEN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica

Data Grid Management System
Arcot RAJASEKAR, SDSC

Spatial Data Grid
Royol CHITRADON, High Performance Computing Center

Scientific Data Grid Project in Chinese Academy of Science
Kaichao WU, Chinese Academy of Science
5F, AV Hall
Silk Road and Central Asia Session II: Culture and Travel

Chair:
Susan WHITFIELD, British Library

Speakers:
The ECAI Silk Road Atlas
Ruth MOSTERN, University of California, Berkeley

The World of Xuanzang and the Silk Road
Aming TU, The Chung Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies

The Local and Global Commerce of Arabia Before Islam
Robert HAUG, University of Michigan

Historical Sudbi People in Central Asia
Akmal AKHMEDOV, Russian Academy of Science
9F, Conference Room
14:50~18:00
Concurrent Sessions

Digital Archives Content Management

Chair:
Ching-chun HSIEH, The National Digital Archives Program, R.O.C.

Co-Chair:
William KILBRIDE, Arts and Humanities Data Service

Speakers:
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Digital Inheritance and Enduring Value
William KILBRIDE, Arts and Humanities Data Service

Collaboration towards a Brave New World-Reflections on the Development of Digital Library Projects at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Libraries
Rita WONG, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

The Current Status of Information Technology in Vietnam
Bach Hung KHANG, Vietnam Institute of Information Technology

From Bytes to Books; A Tutorial on Standards for Process Levels in Electronic Publishing
John LEHMAN, University of Alaska Fairbank

Online Aggregation and Visualization of Census Data: Population Mapping with SVG, XML, and Free Software
Yi-hong CHANG & Tyng-ruey CHUANG, Institute of Information Sciences, Academia Sinica

Digital Library Development in Vietnam
Ta Ba HUNG, National Center for Science and Technological Information and Documentation
Jianhui LI, Chinese Academy of Science

Exploring Spatial-Temoral Information in Rare Book Digital Library
Ming ZHANG, Long XIAO, Dong-qing YANG & Shi-wei TANG, Beijing University Library

Chinese News Content Markup by XML-An Experiment of National Digital Archives Program Newsletter
Y.C. HSIEH, National Chengchi University
Mils Y.M. CHOU, National Chengchi University

10F, Conference Room L
16:20~16:30 Break Public Area
16:30~18:00
Concurrent Sessions
Application of Archaeological and Historical Information II
(IPSJ Session)

Chair:

Naoki TAKUBO, Kinki University

Speakers:

A Computer-Based System to Support Forensic Examination of Japanese Document
Katsuhiko UEDA, Ken'ichi MATSUO, & Yoshikazu NAKAMURA, Nara National College of Technology

Distant Learning via Internet Transcript Exercise to Manuscript Image, the "Ogaki-Han Sadame -Cho: Constitutional Code on Ogaki-¢Öan" in CD-ROM Distributed to Student
Shuichi YASUZAWA, Surugadai University

The Digital Museum of Historical Study
Akira BABA, Noboru KOSHIZUKA & Ken SAKAMURA, The University of Tokyo
1F, Meeting Room for Intercultural Exchange

Virtual Reality and Motion Capture III
(IPSJ Session)

Chair:

Hiromitsu HAMA, Osaka City University

Speaker:
The Description of Humanoids' Movement in Computer Based on Key Frames and Continuous Paths between Start Key Frame and Goal Key Frame
Motofumi HATTORI & Toshi TAKAMORI, Kobe University

Extraction of Characteristic Frames from Motion-captured Data
Kozaburo HACHIMURA, Ritsumeikan University

Self-Organized Criticality in Some Dance Motion Using Hidden Markov Model
Hui ZHOU, Visual Science LabDong Sheng CAI, University of Tsukuba

5F, AV Hall
Historical GIS

Chair:
Andrew WILSON, University of Sydney

Speakers:
China Historical GIS: Methods for Georeferencing Historical Data
Jianxiong GE & Zhimin MAN, Fudan University
Merrick Lex BERMAN, Harvard University

Creating a GIS Spatial History of Tokyo
Loren SIEBERT, University of Akron

Using GIS as a Framework for the Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Change
Ian GREGORY & Nick BURTON, Portsmouth University

The Korea TimeMap: The Meaning of Rapid Change
Roland FLETCHER & Ian JOHNSON, University of Sydney
10F, Conference Room L
18:10~18:2 Closing Ceremony 10F, Conference Room L