The Vannevar Bush Best Paper Award is given to the best paper that is presented at the JCDL (and earlier ACM DL) since 1998. All full papers that are accepted for presentation are eligible and the JCDL Steering Committee selects the winner.
Best paper at the JCDL conference (more information)
- 2019 | Drahomira Herrmannova, Nancy Pontika and Dr. Petr Knoth. Do Authors Deposit on Time? Tracking Open Access Policy Compliance.
- 2017 | Nicholas Cole, Alfie Abdul-Rahman, and Grace Mallon. Quill: A Framework for Constructing Negotiated Texts - with a Case Study on the US Constitutional Convention of 1787.
- 2016 | Martin Klein, Peter Broadwell, Sharon Farb, and Todd Grappone. Comparing Published Scientific Journal Articles to Their Pre-print Versions.
- 2015 | Pertti Vakkari and Janna Pontinen. Result List Actions in Fiction Search.
- 2014 | Chuck Cartledge and Michael Nelson. When Should I Make Preservation Copies of Myself?
- 2013 | Kazunari Sugiyama and Min-Yen Kan. Exploiting Potential Citation Papers in Scholarly Paper Recommendation.
- 2012 | Hongbo Deng, Jiawei Han, Michael R. Lyu, and Irwin King. Modeling and Exploiting Heterogeneous Bibliographic Networks for Expertise Ranking.
- 2011 | Robert Sanderson, Benjamin Albritton, Rafael Schwemmer and Herbert Van De Sompe. SharedCanvas: A Collaborative Model for Medieval Manuscript Layout Dissemination.
- 2010 | David Bamman, Alison Babeu and Gregory Crane. Transferring Structural Markup Across Translations Using Multilingual Alignment and Projection.
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