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The extensive deployment of digital libraries over the last two decades is hardly surprising. They offer remote access to articles, journals and books with many users able to access the same document at the same time. Through the use of search engines, they make it possible to locate speci c information more rapidly than ever is possible in physical libraries. Scholars, and others, are able to access rare and precious documents with no danger of damage. However, challenges remain if the full bene ts are to be realised. Interoperability between different libraries, or even between different collections in the same library, is a problem. At the semantic level, different schemas are used by different library databases. Search and retrieval needs to be made easier, in part by offering each user a uni ed view of the naming of digital objects across libraries. User interfaces need to be improved, in particular to face the challenge of large information collections. This chapter describes the state-of-the art in digital library research, and in particular the application of semantic technology to confront the challenges posed. Subsequent sections go into more detail, but it is clear that the challenges described above align closely with the goals of semantic knowledge technology. The ontology mediation techniques described in 6 are speci cally motivated by the challenge of interoperability between heterogeneous data sets, and of providing a common
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