Papers by Keyword: Library

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Authors: Ngah Abdul Wahab Suriani, Nurul Izma Mohammed, Mohd Faris Khamidi, Nazhatulzalkis Jamaludin
Abstract: This paper is part of a PhD field study that focuses on the importance of conducting a visual inspection and evaluation of the indoor climates in libraries. Libraries contain a large amount of stored books that require a stable relative humidity to guarantee its preservation. Mould can survive and grow when indoor relative humidity is high and fungus is present all the time in the air that we breathe. Recording data through visual inspection and field studies. Its recorded the indoor relative humidity, temperature and lighting to assess mould growth problems. The assessment technique for this paper is based on guidelines survey and literature review. Visual inspection found few symptoms of mould growth that related to the amount of moisture appeared when the relative humidity in the library increases. Finally, the recording data for temperature and relative humidity demonstrate the result show that the stable indoor climate in the library building.
Authors: Ping Wang, Tai Shan Yan
Abstract: In this study, the evaluation index system of library service quality is established and the representation method of knowledge rule is analyzed firstly. Then, a knowledge rule mining method for the evaluation of library service quality based on an improved genetic algorithm is proposed. In the algorithm, selection operator, help operator, crossover operator and mutation operator are used to generate new knowledge rules. Knowledge rules are evaluated by their accuracy, coverage and reliability. Experimental results show that this knowledge rule mining method is feasible and valid. It is helpful for us to evaluate the library service quality fairly and objectively.
Authors: Ji Kun Wang, Xing Zhi Hu, Xue Zhe Li, Fei Ji Ding
Abstract: As the application of the information network technology continuously extended, library management service platform is experiencing a shift to the information service system. In the library information management field, researchers are seeking a library identification system which is more convenient and comprehensive. Under the circumstance of the information technology conditions, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology completes the automatic identification of the electronic identification tags--the two-dimensional code. The RFID technology is a contactless scanning recognition technology. And the core technology of RFID can be described as follows: using two-dimensional code as the filter identification tool according to backup data of the book management.
Authors: Li Ya Liu
Abstract: For traditional methods of library identifies based on the two-dimensional code characteristics, these methods are time consuming and a lot of prior experience is required. A method of library identifies based on computer vision technology is proposed. In this method, a preprocessing, such as image equalization, binarization and wavelet change, is first performed on the acquired library label images. Then on the basis of the structural features of the character, the features of library identifiers are obtained by applying PCA for a principal component analysis. A quantum neural network model is designed to have an optimization analysis and calculation on the extracted features, to avoid the drawbacks which need a lot of prior knowledge for the traditional methods. At the same time, an optimization is carried out for the neural network model saving a large amount of computation time. The experimental results show that a recognition rate, up to 98.13%, is obtained by using this method. With a high recognition speed, the method can meet the actual needs to be applied in a practical system.
Authors: Hielkje Zijlstra
Abstract: Progress does not amount to destroying the future, but to preserving its essence, to generate the impetus to do it better today (Y. Ortega Y Gasset 1951). Working in the areas of history and construction technology, the spirit of these statement guided my research: developing a research method for buildings not listed (yet) as monuments but needed to be analysed before the next approach. When studying buildings it is essential to consider not only the art history, social and urban planning factors, but especially the construction engineering aspects. In this way, a deeper understanding of the underlying design and building methods used in our built environment can be developed. There have been many historical and architectural studies of buildings. The period since the Second World War has received particular interest. Unfortunately, most of these studies do not address the technical aspects of the construction of these buildings. However, these issues were covered by publications at the time these buildings were constructed. Technology provided me with the inspiration to develop a more comprehensive research method to assess buildings: Analysing Buildings from Context to Detail in time: ABCD research method. Technology, at academic level, should be considered in the analysis of a building. Here we are concerned with construction engineering, the study of the requirements associated with constructing buildings. The Analysing Building Construction in time research matrix (ABC matrix) can be used in practice. It incorporates the study outcomes which relate to the building itself. Contextual aspects as well as building aspects are included. They can be analysed at the three time levels to draw conclusions which are relevant to the future existence of the building. The case study of the Friesland Provincial Library in Leeuwarden will be worked out in the conference paper.
Authors: Yan Hong Wang
Abstract: We don’t pay attention to this question that library hasn’t been used by the College students in the university. From the situation of the independent college students in using library, this article elaborated the necessity and practicability about the college students use library will be examined. The ultimate aim is to cultivate the habits and ability of independent college students in using the library. The overall quality of college students can be raised at the same time.
Authors: Liang Du, Zhi Feng Jiang
Abstract: Library Office Automation (abbreviated OA) system , which can improve efficiency, standardize business processes, reduce office costs, is the symbol for library to achieve modern management. This paper makes Shenyang Aerospace University Library as an example, discusses how to use the core technology of current information field ----- workflow technology, designs and implements OA system, so as to provide a new platform for library modern management.
Authors: Dong Xin Lu, Yi Xi Niu, Lin Qi Zou
Abstract: With the rapid development of computer technology, storage systems become more and more important, the virtual storage technology can simplify storage system and more and more attention. This article briefly describes the concept of virtual storage technology, focusing on the classification of the virtual storage; finally, the application of virtual storage technology in the library was analyzed and discussed.
Authors: Chang Li Sun, Dan Shi, Dong Mei Guo
Abstract: With the application of the Internet of things and cloud computing technology, a large-scale production, sharing and application data age is gradually open, it will give the technical and commercial to be changed, also will change our way of the life. If the data is stored, it is always a pile of meaningless numbers, but if using the technology to realize data value, analyzes the data from the produce to the mining, finally consumed the entire process, only by making data, to make data services to the public. This paper will use the big data technology to mine, identify, organize and analyze the implied reader behavior in the structured and semi-structured data information, to search for readers of the implicit demand to improve the library service, resources, services, and reader demand and achieve the optimum configuration.
Authors: Chen Wei, Xiao Di Wang, Ran Ma, Bing Qi Wang
Abstract: The advent of the age of big data brings not only the rapid development of the Internet, scientific research, social networking and other fields, but also help and challenges to the application of library. For example, the library service applications in data storage, data mining, data analysis, etc. can identify hidden values behind the data only through systematic organization and analysis of massive structured, unstructured, and semi-structured data, ​​in order to predict the future development of library and promote its better development.
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