Subject Retrieval in a Networked Environment: Proceedings of the Ifla Satellite Meeting Held in Dublin, Oh,14-16 August 2001 and Sponsored by the Ifla

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"This excellent volume offers 22 papers delivered at an IFLA Satellite meeting in Dublin Ohio in 2001." Knowledge Organization, Montreal, Nr. 2, 2004
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783598116346
  • Publisher: De Gruyter
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Series: UBCIM Publications. New Series
  • Pages: 204
  • Product dimensions: 6.69 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Sess. 1 Retrieval in a multilingual environment 1
MACS : subject access across languages and networks 3
Information languages and multilingual access 11
Sess. 2 Retrieval across multiple vocabularies (1) 19
Integrating LCSH and MeSH in information systems 21
Renardus : cross-browsing European subject gateways via a common classification system (DDC) 25
Sess. 3 Retrieval across multiple vocabularies (2) 35
Putting the world back together : mapping multiple vocabularies into a single thesaurus 37
Access methods in a database of e-journals 43
Mundane standards, everyday technologies, equitable access 50
Sess. 4 Cross-sectoral retrieval 59
HILT : subject retrieval in a distributed environment 61
The Colorado Digitization Project : subject access issues 68
The Iter bibliography : international standard access to medieval and renaissance materials (400-1700) 74
Sess. 5 Domain specific retrieval 81
Subject access to Web resources in education 83
A multi-layered, multi-dimensional representation of digital educational resources 90
General library classification in learning material metadata : the application in IMS/LOM and DCMES metadata schemas 97
Sess. 6 Tool development for retrieval 105
Personal construct theory as a research tool in library and information science : case study : development of a user-driven classification of photographs 107
Improving subject retrieval with frame representations 114
Features of an integrated thesaurus management and search system for the networked environment 122
Sess. 7 Transformation of traditional tools for the Web environment (1) 129
From library authority control to network authoritative metadata sources 131
FAST : faceted application of subject terminology 140
Faceted indexing application for organizing and accessing Internet resources 147
Sess. 8 Transformation of traditional tools for the Web environment (2) 161
The Library of Congress classification as a knowledge base for automatic subject categorization 163
The UDC and the World Wide Web 170
Towards DDC-classified displays of NetFirst search results 177
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