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A Pedologist's Perspective

1950 Nature  
Gutenberg and Richter, for choosing what is significant from a weltflr of data.  ...  Since there are a.bout a million earthquakes every year, most of which recorded at some observatory or other, it becomes necessary for cataloguing purposes to draw the line somewhere between those  ... 
doi:10.1038/165866a0 fatcat:moo5z7cpmrbytfgb7h5m3x762q

On the Developments of the Iconographic File Authority: New Research Perspectives

Letizia Leo
2021 Environmental Sciences Proceedings  
The project is aimed at a new form of disseminating cultural information and enhancing the territory for an innovative tourism strategy.  ...  The systems integrated in a GIS environment have become part of territory management and revolutionised georeferenced data processing as one of the measures that technologically help disseminate knowledge  ...  CDWA is arranged in a framework to which existing art information data structures may be mapped and new data modelling may be referenced.  ... 
doi:10.3390/environsciproc2021010013 fatcat:foceygaidnfhbhxljhdmioydae

Global Perspectives on Legacy Systems [chapter]

Magnus Ramage
2002 Systems Engineering for Business Process Change: New Directions  
In an earlier paper (Ramage and Munro, 2000) we discussed the early results of that theme; to a large extent, this work follows on from that paper and should be read in conjunction with it.  ...  , from software engineering academics and from industrial practitioners and consultants.  ...  The legacy workshops, and the SABA project through which they are organised, are funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, through the Systems Engineering for Business Process Change  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0135-2_19 fatcat:ygeok74p65bvrltbpv56rzrmve

Decentralisation: a multidisciplinary perspective

Balázs Bodó, Jaya Klara Brekke, Jaap-Henk Hoepman
2021 Internet Policy Review  
Finally, we propose some of the missing parts to current debates about decentralisation, and argue for a more nuanced and grounded approach to the centralisation/decentralisation dichotomy.  ...  Decentralisation as a concept is attracting a lot of interest, not least with the rise of decentralised and distributed techno-social systems like Bitcoin, and distributed ledgers more generally.  ...  Absent from such governance frameworks, distributed networks based on voluntary participation may face a split, or 'forking' , and the establishment of a new network under new rules.  ... 
doi:10.14763/2021.2.1563 fatcat:vc3rj77x45axzadmr2ypsj7eni

Familiar Categories and Documentary Forms: Readers' Perspectives

Amanda Cossham
2016 Proceedings from the Document Academy  
Drawing on a card sorting activity conducted around a set of cards of documents related to The Hobbit by J.R.R.  ...  It considers the impact of domain knowledge on the process of sorting and naming of categories, and compares the approaches taken by participants with those of library catalogues.  ...  What implications might this have for library catalogues? There is no doubt that the complex and highly structured data in bibliographic records is an important knowledge organisation scheme.  ... 
doi:10.35492/docam/2/1/12 fatcat:3oedrbfg2zdxtpghef3ctsjbhq

The role of information professionals in geoscience data management : a western Australian perspective

Johnson Vanessa E.
2012 LIBRES: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal  
data they manage was impacted by their knowledge base, organisational structures, and stakeholder attitudes toward data management.  ...  Data management professionals in organisations which generate geoscience data across the government, academic and corporate sectors in Western Australia were surveyed.  ...  Information Service: • manage offsite data storage; • catalogue data; • order data from government and commercial sources; • organise duplication/transcription of tapes; and • handle data transfer to/from  ... 
doi:10.32655/libres.2012.2.2 fatcat:paiixyms75hy3cptot3z7a3n6y

Knowledge in Time: Strategic Perspective for Danish University Libraries

Uopen Uopen
2003 Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries  
to a physical collection will be replaced by a more open type of organisation with structural links across the university and, beyond this, to relevant partners in the global information system.  ...  to the borrowers own borrowing data in the lending module, renewals, news bulletins, etc.  ... 
doi:10.18352/lq.7718 fatcat:jzmnxgjkovaljfrmdkmefyoddm

The language/action perspective

H. Weigand
2003 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
The structure of this paper is as follows. In section 2, we introduce a new model of context in which implicit and explicit context are distinguished and related to the notions of text and community.  ...  And very general knowledge may exist in a very explicit form, for example in the case of formalised international laws.  ...  A new Model of Conversational Context In this paper, we want to develop a new model of context in line with the Language/Action Perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.datak.2003.09.001 fatcat:nvru46ihfnflrcoiqqwfumdj2u

Web Technologies and Supply Chains [chapter]

Alexis Barlow
2011 Supply Chain Management - New Perspectives  
The scale of the supply chain process can range from being a very simple set of tasks to being a very Supply Chain Management -New Perspectives 470 complex related set of activities.  ...  For example a company could display a video on a social networking site of their products and services or a price comparison site can use API to aggregate price data from different web sites in real time  ...  .), ISBN: 978-953-307-633-1, InTech, Available from: © 2011 The Author(s).  ... 
doi:10.5772/23018 fatcat:x7b3vpxzcfeitcw6zam5uoqq2y

The Social Space of Metadata: Perspectives of LIS Academics and Postgraduates on Standards-Based and Socially Constructed Metadata Approaches

Getaneh Alemu, Brett Stevens, Penny Ross, Jane Chandler
2012 Journal of Library Metadata  
The paper suggests a mixed-metadata approach that includes the strengths of the standards-based metadata approaches and the social space of metadata that comes from socially-constructed metadata approaches  ...  With the aim of developing a conceptual metadata framework that takes into account user-driven metadata, this paper presents the perspectives of library and information science (LIS) academics and postgraduates  ...  There are many ways to structure the world, and there are many meanings or perspectives for any event or concept."  ... 
doi:10.1080/19386389.2012.735523 fatcat:lyld4e34xbekxhv72xoyjznr7m

Intellectual Capital and Public University Libraries: A Knowledge Sharing Perspective

Reuben Mushi
2010 Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries  
No one stands a better chance to create the environment for trust to build in than a leader. No matter how well rewarding and receive new knowledge from different perspectives.  ...  Data collected from the field was organised in a meaningful manner useful for the research. Quantitative methods were used to process the data through tables and comparison.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814299701_0037 fatcat:oiatew4iqjb5zf5aeizemfvik4

Re-wilding Collective Behaviour: An Ecological Perspective

Andrew J. King, Gaëlle Fehlmann, Dora Biro, Ashley J. Ward, Ines Fürtbauer
2018 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
For full details on how to build, deploy, and 330 interpret data from the F2HK.v2 collar see [62].  ...  ], providing a benchmark for future wild studies of collective 302 behaviour. 303 304 A new era?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2018.03.004 pmid:29627203 fatcat:j2h52aptkrb7dp3orlghte3sou

Between Digital Transformation in Libraries and the Digital Humanities [chapter]

2020 World Editors  
While the introduction of electronic library catalogues greatly simplified and improved methods of indexing and recording media, it also created a need for developing new infrastructures and forms of storing  ...  Central catalogues offered by library networks allow users to find materials from wherever they are.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110713015-023 fatcat:qdjcf7vbzvdulnh6gdwuzcj7ci

LIDO and CRMdig from a 3D Cultural Heritage Documentation Perspective [article]

Denis Pitzalis, Franco Niccolucci, Maria Theodoriou, Martin Doerr
2010 VAST: International Symposium on Virtual Reality  
These resources can be local or remote, depending on how the data are organised within the DL and on how these data are made available for harvesting from/to other DLs.  ...  LIDO is a rich metadata schema suitable for handling museum-related data, still under development but very promising.  ...  The authors gratefully acknowledges support through the EC project 3D-COFORM. 3D-COFORM is a co-funded Large Scale Integrating Project and has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework  ... 
doi:10.2312/vast/vast10/087-095 fatcat:7cqyq4oezjamfodbwvoy6qokg4

Quantum Computing – A European Perspective

Mikael P. Johansson, Ezhilmathi Krishnasamy, Norbert Meyer, Christelle Piechurski
2021 Zenodo  
This requires dedicated and sustained funding for quantum hardware and software developments, as well as for education.  ...  Quantum computers have the potential to bring forth a major breakthrough in scientific computing.  ...  The Quantum Delta NL is a private-public partnership tasked with organising the implementation of the QC projects from the Netherland's National Agenda for Quantum Technology (NAQT).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5547408 fatcat:ygudnixs2fgijgo3whkan2v5t4
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