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Page 46 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 7 [page]

1993 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
(LT) 13.19 BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATABASES 9304599 A hypertext-based thesaurus as a subject browsing aid for bibliographic databases. R. Pollard.  ...  Examines the role of thesauri as navigational aids for subject 46 13.19 BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATABASES _ (contd.) domains of bibliographic databases.  ... 

In search of the unknown user: indexing, hypertext and the world wide web

David Ellis, Nigel Ford, Jonathan Furner
1998 Journal of Documentation  
For the purposes of this article, the indexing of information is interpreted as the pre-processing of information in order to enable its retrieval.  ...  In the following three sections, we discuss the application of indexing functions to document collections of three specific types: (1) 'conventional' text databases; (2) hypertext databases; and (3) the  ...  The thesaurus mechanism can also provide support for the browsing of index terms in a hypertext.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eum0000000007160 fatcat:7iwobk42nfcdhmsxt4tfbx7ijq

A methodology for the automatic construction of a hypertext for information retrieval

Maristella Agosti, Fabio Crestani
1993 Proceedings of the 1993 ACM/SIGAPP symposium on Applied computing states of the art and practice - SAC '93  
The hypertext tool can be used for querying processing, as an automatic tool of query expansion, and for browsing, enabling the user to query and move through the IR data using different levels of abstraction  ...  This schema can be implemented by means of a hypertext tool using a set of automatic techniques for the identification of nodes and links.  ...  Considerations on the Design of an IR Hypertext An IR hypertext is a document base which allows access to documents mainly by browsing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/162754.167175 dblp:conf/sac/AgostiC93 fatcat:u7boshn4avdypkuu5w4nau7ddq

Design and implementation of a tool for the automatic construction of hypertexts for information retrieval

Maristella Agosti, Fabio Crestani, Massimo Melucci
1996 Information Processing & Management  
The paper describes the design and implementation of TACHIR, a tool for the automatic construction of hypertexts for Information Retrieval.  ...  The structure of the hypertext re ects a three level conceptual model that has proved to be quite e ective for Information Retrieval.  ...  This work for partially funded by the Esprit IDOMENEUS Network of Excellence under the IRIDES Project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0306-4573(95)00075-5 fatcat:thavchb64bee3aa3a64x7jpnlq

An algorithmic approach to concept exploration in a large knowledge network (automatic thesaurus consultation): Symbolic branch-and-bound search vs. connectionist Hopfield net activation

H. Chen, T. Ng
1995 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
Orwig for their involvement in system development and evaluation.  ...  Acknowledgments This project was supported mainly by a National Institutes of Health BRSG grant S07RR07002 and a National Science Foundation grant IRI-92 114 18. We would also like to thank K.  ...  For each task, each subject examined all three knowledge bases separately, in the subject's own choice of order. Each subject typed in one term at a time using a specific thesaurus.  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(199506)46:5<348::aid-asi6>3.0.co;2-1 fatcat:oob3g3wglzdexn3geaaib6ju6y

Subject searching in the OPAC of a special library: problems and issues

M.S. Sridhar
2004 OCLC Systems & Services  
This paper drawing data from a comparative study of use of Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) and card catalogue of ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC) library examines the steady decline in use of subject  ...  variations in descriptors assigned to books of the same class numbers, too many records tagged too broad descriptors, etc.; Concludes that moving from traditional card catalogue to modern OPAC has not made subject  ...  Further, too many or too few bibliographic records are linked to a subject heading as well as too few subject headings are assigned per record (average 2) and hence there is a need to review the frequency  ... 
doi:10.1108/10650750410564691 fatcat:hksywhmtw5bv7nybkjadyjwshu

From Card Catalogue to Web OPACs
ENGLISH

Rashid Husain, Mehtab Alam Ansari
2006 DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology  
Now, user can search for information via OPAC and most recently, the internet.  ...  ALA Glossary defines OPAC as, "A Computer based and supported library catalog (bibliographic database) designed to be accessed via terminals so that library users may directly and effectively search for  ...  Online Dictionary for Library and Information Science (ODLIS) defines OPAC as, "An acronym for online public access catalog, a database composed of bibliographic records describing the books and other  ... 
doi:10.14429/dbit.26.2.3679 fatcat:kyhmtljdxzclzniclubfydodri

Planning and Implementing a Metadata-Driven Digital Repository

Michael A. Chopey
2005 Cataloging & Classification Quarterly  
the creation, storage, and use of metadata for resource discovery in a local repository of information objects.  ...  This chapter presents a brief introduction to the purpose of metadata and how it has developed, and an overview of the steps to be taken and the functional expertise required in planning for and implementing  ...  the data value be selected from a list, such as a standard list of subject terms or a thesaurus.  ... 
doi:10.1300/j104v40n03_12 fatcat:5iqxgdfenjcxfeqd46g2znyu5u

Online Searching Behavior of Social Science Researchers' in IR Interfaces of E-journal Database Systems: A Study on JMI, JNU, and DU

Shailendra Kumar, Namrata Rai
2013 Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice  
For measuring the responses of the respondents in IR interfaces of e-journal database systems, a total of 396 questionnaires were distributed among the students and out of all, 305 responses were used  ...  based searches rather than command based searching.  ...  Pollard (1993) examines the role of thesauri as navigational aids for the subject domain of a bibliographic database.  ... 
doi:10.1633/jistap.2013.1.4.4 fatcat:y2xbaqtpinfcdpvtlilnksiu2y

A concept space approach to addressing the vocabulary problem in scientific information retrieval: An experiment on the Worm Community System

Hsinchun Chen, Tobun D. Ng, Joanne Martinez, Bruce R. Schatz
1997 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
es related to the vcrcabulaw problem and vocabulary-based search aids (thesauri) and then discuss technques for building robust and domain-specific thesauri to assist in cross-domain scientific information  ...  In a follow-up document retrieval study involving eight fly biologists, an actual worm database (Worm Community System), and the conjoined flywonn thesaurus, subjects were able to find more relevant documents  ...  We also would like to express our special thanks to Pauline Cochrane, Ann Bishop, and the referees for their valuable comments on an early draft of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(199701)48:1<17::aid-asi4>3.0.co;2-4 fatcat:y76g7bjeavablo5ampi3d6u2hi

Hypertext versus Boolean access to biomedical information: a comparison of effectiveness, efficiency, and user preferences

Barbara M. Wildemuth, Charles P. Friedman, Stephen M. Downs
1998 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
Boolean access, which allowed subjects to frame their queries as combinations of keywords, was compared to hypertext access, which allowed subjects to navigate from one database node to another.  ...  , with aid from the database.  ...  Comparisons of Hypertext Browsing and Boolean Searching One perspective on comparisons of hypertext and Boolean access to databases is that hypertext systems provide affordances for browsing strategies  ... 
doi:10.1145/287675.287677 fatcat:7x3a7h64ivb5dnvc5rdigk6wky

Finding facts vs. browsing knowledge in hypertext systems

G. Marchionini, B. Shneiderman
1988 Computer  
In this article we present a user-centered framework for information-seeking that has been used in evaluating two hypertext systems.  ...  or hypertext and electronic information systems to be effective, designers must understand how users find specific facts, locate fragments of text that satisfy information queries, or just browse.  ...  Secondary databases (containing pointer information) such as on-line catalogs or bibliographic databases and highly structured primary databases require analytical strategy support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.222119 fatcat:hoczgqqaxbg3tega4amhnn4qaa

Filling the Frame: the Role of Practical Metadata in Online Resources at the IALS

Steven Whittle
2010 Legal Information Management  
"Dial D for Digital" -Digitisation projects at IALS In the autumn last year the results of a six-month cataloguing and digitisation project at the Institute went live on the IALS Library catalogue  ...  IALS -national online resources for law Anticipation about where the technology is taking us (or where we are taking ever more powerful and portable technology), and a sense of changing needs and expectations  ...  much as an additional browsing aid for users rather than exhaustive metadata categorisation of content.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s147266961000071x fatcat:5hmsegnsezekpjxvjjp7brxxju

RHETORICAL STRUCTURE OF SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: THE CASE FOR ARGUMENTATIONAL ANALYSIS IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL

JOOST G. KIRCZ
1991 Journal of Documentation  
Furthermore the possible use of the Standard General Markup Language (SGML) approach in relation to a hypertext environment for a possible application is discussed.  ...  A review of the stagnation in this field gives evidence for the need for a radically different approach.  ...  Kircz and Bleeker [22] developed a model for the use of a relational database based on SGML, for scientific publishing.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb026884 fatcat:hryhjjebbnebbkjd4mad6j7ykm

Conceptual linking

Leslie Carr, Wendy Hall, Sean Bechhofer, Carole Goble
2001 Proceedings of the tenth international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '01  
their contents and hence to improve the consistency and breadth of linking of WWW documents at retrieval time (as readers browse the documents) and authoring time (as authors create the documents).  ...  Consisting of • an ontological reasoning service which is used to represent a sophisticated conceptual model of document terms and their relationships; • a Web-based open hypermedia link service that can  ...  The Web is being treated as a huge database rather than as a hypertext structure -links are, for the most part, ignored, and resources are located based on their content (or markup indicating their content  ... 
doi:10.1145/371920.372084 dblp:conf/www/CarrHBG01 fatcat:ssns2nnagfen5pvslrkcmdi4ke
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