Visualization of Information Retrieval in Smart Library Based on Virtual Reality Technology

Shulin Fang, Zhihan Lv
2020 Complexity  
Starting from the virtual reality technology, the characteristics of its most suitable combination with the library are explored, so as to lay a foundation in theory and practice to promote the development of virtual reality in the library. In the concentration camp of the latest advanced technology, the relevant technologies used in the various levels of models in the smart library are extracted, and their functional principles and applications are systematically introduced; Chapter 4 builds
more » ... e level of the smart library information retrieval technology model. The structure diagram, various levels of functions, and related smart service models are discussed. Research is on context construction of extended resources of knowledge service in smart libraries. The elements and content of the resource context are introduced, and the strategy of constructing the resource context for the extension of the knowledge service of the smart library is proposed. Research is on the construction of the context of the extension and interconnection of knowledge services in smart libraries. The relevant elements and contents of the technical context and the spatial context are introduced, and a strategy for constructing a connected context for the extension of the knowledge service of a smart library is proposed. Research is on the context construction of knowledge service extension of smart library. The elements and contents of the service context are introduced, and the strategy of constructing the service context of the knowledge service extension of the smart library is proposed. A visual model of information retrieval is constructed. The model integrates the core steps of the information visualization process and introduces the information space and functional system (navigation, organization, indexing, and retrieval) in the information construction theory into it and through five mapping layers (functional space mapping, visualization space mapping, visualization mapping, view mapping, and interactive mapping) and six spatial layers (role space, information space, functional space, visualized information space, visualized object space, and visualized view space), which describe visualization applications that target the user experience model in information construction build process.
doi:10.1155/2020/6646673 fatcat:wz2m6wyapjelflph3sinllbcya