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add values and enhance a digital library user's ability to
find, access, use, and re-use available digital objects.
Considering the emerging applications, combining the
strengths of the two approaches indeed offer powerful data
organization, combination, and query capabilities. In the
poster, we will present the current landscape, best practices,
and emerging trends in indexing resources in digital
libraries. We will also explore the potentials of and
controversies surrounding folksonomies.
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