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Visualizing knowledge domains

Katy Börner, Chaomei Chen, Kevin W. Boyack
2005 Annual Review of Information Science and Technology  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The composition of a review article in today's flood of information can only be done in the middle of a tightly knit network of domain experts and colleagues supporting and connecting  ...  The genomics and bioinformatics world has been the home to many algorithmic innovations in recent years, many of which could be applied to data analysis, clustering, and visualization.  ...  The subjects are also listed on the left hand side together with a number in brackets telling how many individual documents it contains.  ... 
doi:10.1002/aris.1440370106 fatcat:5pmltifvinc6jexool6aouthcq

Knowledge Domain Navigation in Interdisciplinary Digital Landscapes

Arjun Sabharwal
2011 Journal of Library Metadata  
Subject metadata fields are especially suited to controlled vocabularies organized in taxonomies.  ...  Researchers navigate the knowledge domains within the scope of their interdisciplinary activities as well as navigate digital libraries, databases, catalogs, and information portals in a semantically connected  ...  The four integrative approaches described below represent different core-to-scatter ratios (for more discussion on core and scatter, see Palmer, 1996) , which in turn, result in different types of domain  ... 
doi:10.1080/19386389.2011.570655 fatcat:tqmm45brk5ctvhqu3t4zsbniu4

D2.3 Final Report on Community Needs

Geser Guntram
2021 Zenodo  
of the results of the user community needs survey (reported in October 2019) and subsequent activities following the recommendations of the survey, Selected results of a survey on practices and needs  ...  the development of VREs that are relevant and fit for purpose for archaeological researchers.  ...  How VREs can use the ARIADNE database needs to be explored.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5647356 fatcat:zptrkmpvuzhvbm7z3oirmleabm

Metadata: The accelerant we need

Kathryn A. Kaiser, John Chodacki, Ted Habermann, Jennifer Kemp, Laura Paglione, Michelle Urberg, T. Scott Plutchak, Bonnie Lawlor
2020 Information Services and Use  
Historical records from the 1918 influenza pandemic reflect how little improvement has been made in how government and policy responses are formed when large scale threats occur, such as the COVID-19 pandemic  ...  This commentary discusses three examples of how metadata improvements are being, or may be made, to facilitate gathering and assessment of data to better understand complex and dynamic situations.  ...  We also recognize the March 2020 NISO Plus conference that catalyzed the formalization of these ideas in the form of a paper.  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-200094 fatcat:ywrlm6xqf5dwljlvdttc6dugw4

Needs-adapted Data Presentation in e-Information Tools

Henning Bergenholtz, Theo J.D. Bothma
2012 Lexikos  
In the current debate about the status of lexicography there are at least three quite different opinions: (i) Lexicography does not have or need any kind of own theory but can use all relevant linguistic  ...  It is the third opinion we will maintain in this paper by discussing the information needs in the information society and partly using the function theory of lexicography.  ...  Different information needs over time As suggested above, the characteristics of information differ.  ... 
doi:10.5788/21-1-37 fatcat:ugir5fnsxjgaveqesaqynpluny

Domain-specific languages

2012 2012 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC)  
Terminology The question what exactly is a domain-specific language is subject to debate.  ...  DSL programs are concise, self-documenting to a large extent, and can be reused for different purposes [50]. DSLs enhance productivity, reliability, maintainability [24, 47], and portability [38].  ...  An earlier version of this paper appeared as Domain-Specific Languages: An Annotated Bibliography in ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 2000. We would like to thank Jan Heering from CWI for many useful remarks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vlhcc.2012.6344498 fatcat:quacqrripnbk3eude4tuy2jjnu

Domain-specific languages

2008 2008 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing  
Terminology The question what exactly is a domain-specific language is subject to debate.  ...  DSL programs are concise, self-documenting to a large extent, and can be reused for different purposes [50]. DSLs enhance productivity, reliability, maintainability [24, 47], and portability [38].  ...  An earlier version of this paper appeared as Domain-Specific Languages: An Annotated Bibliography in ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 2000. We would like to thank Jan Heering from CWI for many useful remarks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vlhcc.2008.4639065 fatcat:s2c5dee2znfg3detp2wfs2gkzm

Domain specific languages [chapter]

2014 Chapman &Hall/CRC The R Series  
Terminology The question what exactly is a domain-specific language is subject to debate.  ...  DSL programs are concise, self-documenting to a large extent, and can be reused for different purposes [50]. DSLs enhance productivity, reliability, maintainability [24, 47], and portability [38].  ...  An earlier version of this paper appeared as Domain-Specific Languages: An Annotated Bibliography in ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 2000. We would like to thank Jan Heering from CWI for many useful remarks.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b17487-19 fatcat:tawg3zdbavclliat7ncl2vvd7e

Domain-specific languages

Arie van Deursen, Paul Klint, Joost Visser
2000 SIGPLAN notices  
Terminology The question what exactly is a domain-specific language is subject to debate.  ...  DSL programs are concise, self-documenting to a large extent, and can be reused for different purposes [50]. DSLs enhance productivity, reliability, maintainability [24, 47], and portability [38].  ...  An earlier version of this paper appeared as Domain-Specific Languages: An Annotated Bibliography in ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 2000. We would like to thank Jan Heering from CWI for many useful remarks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/352029.352035 fatcat:whmdcopenrbg5fybo4lkztwsye

Knowledge Organization in a Multi-disciplinary Domain: Case Study of Forensic Science [chapter]

K. S. Raghavan, I. K. Ravichandra Rao, K. N. Bhargav
2016 Knowledge Organization for a Sustainable World: Challenges and Perspectives for Cultural, Scientific, and Technological Sharing in a Connected Society  
The changes in the contours of the domain over a 15 year period are mapped and contrasted with the map of the domain in traditional KOS.  ...  This paper presents a case study of Forensic Science based on an analysis of literature in the domain indexed in the Web of Science. The multidisciplinary nature of the domain is brought out.  ...  Acknowledgement: This work was supported in part by the World Bank / Government of India grant under TEQIP Programme to the Centre for Knowledge Analytics & Ontological Engineering at the PES Institute  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783956504389-411 fatcat:pqglztne6vezpgtu2ga7qliuqe

Information needs in technical work settings and their implications for the design of computer tools

Andreas Paepcke
1996 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
Two clusters of issues are described. The first covers how loosely coupled work groups use and share information. We show the need to structure information for multiple, partly unanticipated uses.  ...  We show how the construction of information compounds helps users accomplish some of this restructuring, and we explain how structuring flexibility is also required because of temperamental differences  ...  In the public health domain, for example, the International Classification of Diseases has long been subject to the divergent interest of its users.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00141936 fatcat:ucvlgveczffujlkyqljxhrhi2q

Recent Advances in Automated Question Answering In Biomedical Domain [article]

Krishanu Das Baksi
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The answers are usually found in either databases (or knowledge bases) or a collection of documents commonly referred to as the corpus.  ...  Therefore, it has become difficult to keep track of all the information in the domain, even for domain experts.  ...  Another issue is that knowledge in the domain is scattered across different such KBs and hence collating them into a knowledge graph with a unified schema may be difficult.  ... 
arXiv:2111.05937v1 fatcat:5474jk6ozbalvmfjrgatu4tsna

Predicting dependences using domain-based coupling

Amir Aryani, Fabrizio Perin, Mircea Lungu, Abdun Naser Mahmood, Oscar Nierstrasz
2013 Journal of Software: Evolution and Process  
There are many different multi-dimensional clustering techniques [13] .  ...  To minimise the risk of human error, we extracted the relationship between domain variables and UICs from user manuals and help documents. In ADEMPIERE, this information is stored in the database.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smr.1598 fatcat:ef3lhuacy5fd7lrnhuch4jweyi

Indexing and access for digital libraries and the internet: Human, database, and domain factors

Marcia J. Bates
1998 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
Law, vocabulary scalability, the Resnikoff-Dolby 30:1 Rule; Domain factors: Role of domain in indexing.  ...  research on a variety of factors that are important in the design of such access mechanisms.  ...  Finally, the last third will be the most scattered of all, being spread out over 4 ϫ 5 2 ϭ 100 journals. See Figure 3 .  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(1998110)49:13<1185::aid-asi6>3.0.co;2-v fatcat:b6etstuqx5f4fg3yrigrb5vz6m

Indexing and access for digital libraries and the internet: Human, database, and domain factors

Marcia J. Bates
1998 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
Law, vocabulary scalability, the Resnikoff-Dolby 30:1 Rule; Domain factors: Role of domain in indexing.  ...  research on a variety of factors that are important in the design of such access mechanisms.  ...  Finally, the last third will be the most scattered of all, being spread out over 4 ϫ 5 2 ϭ 100 journals. See Figure 3 .  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(1998110)49:13<1185::aid-asi6>3.3.co;2-m fatcat:i3h6qvj2nffvdiul33oalg2jtm
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