Top Ten Problems in Visual Interfaces to Digital Libraries
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Many research communities periodically and collectively deliberate about their most significant and challenging problems as a way to agree upon pressing questions and promising research directions. Identifying top-ten prob‐lems is a useful way to reflect on what a community has achieved and define a new research agenda for the future. This chapter introduces a set of such prob‐lems for research in visual interfaces of digital libraries in order to simulate studies in this area.
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