Knowledge organization literature. Selected items

Your search for class 144 Systems Approach, Knowledge Analysis found the 9 items below.       [new search]

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Loebel, Eduardo, Strehlau, Vivian Iara. Sistemas de informção e conhecimento emancipatório [Information systems and emancipatory knowledge] (Lang.: por). - In: Perspectivas em Ciencia da Informacao 14(2009)1, pp. 227-246.

117441994-0836systems approach 144
Löckenhoff, H.. Systems modeling for classification: The quest for self-organization (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge Organization. 21(1994)1,p.12-23. The necessity and value of models shaped in the human mind in order to support understanding, activities and their control are outlined and mapped with respect to their function in knowledge organization and representation. Advanced understanding of modeling appears as a challenge and chance for the future design of dynamic, learning classification systems, evolving together with the systems they represent, as well as with their environment and their users.

120391995-0352systems approach 144
Löckenhoff, H. Book review of Rehm, W., Welsch, H., Faix, W. (Eds.): Synergetik. selbstorganisation als Erfolgsrezept für Unternehmen; Ehningen: Expert Verlag 1993. 132p [Synergetics. Self-organization as a recipe foor company success] (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowl.Org. Vol. 22. No. 1. 1995. p.49-50.

123941996-0163systems approach 144
Eierman, M.A.; Niederman, F., Adams, C.. DSS theory: A model of constructs and relationships (Lang.: eng). - In: Decision Support Systems. Vol. 14, No. 1. 1995. p. 1-26. A theoretical frameword for Decision Support Systems research is developed in terms of the key elements of theory: domain boudaries, constructs, and relationships among constructs. Eight broad DSS constructs (environment, tasks, implementation strategy,DSS capability, DSS configuration , user, user behaviour, and performance) are identified. Based on a review of the literature, 17 relationships among these constructs are examined. (Authors, abbr.)

123951996-0164systems approach 144
Long, J.G.; Denning, D.E.. Ultra-Structure: A design theory for complex systems and processes (Lang.: eng). - In: Comm. ACM. Vol. 38, No. 1. 1995. p. 103-120.

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Seifert, Wolfgang. Herausforderungen bei der Abbildung von Regionalstudien in der Regensburger Verbundklassifikation [Challenges for the mapping of area studies in the Regensburg Classifikation [RVK]] (Lang.: ger). - In: o-bib, 5(2018)4, pp. 154-165. Available at http://doi.org/10.5282/o-bib/2018H4S154-165

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Benoît, Gerald. Searching Covid‐19 by linguistic register: Parallels and warrant for a new retrieval model (Lang.: eng). - In: Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 57(2021)1.

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1601997-2-0159theory of concepts systems approach 122;144
Essers, J., Schreinemakers, J. Nonaka's subjectivist conception of knowledge in corporate knowledge management (Lang.: eng). In: Knowledge organization 21(1997)1. p.24-32.

25062001-0164KOS theory systems approach 211;144
Curras, E. Dokumentacna klasifikacia z hladiska vedeckych principov systemov [Document classification from the viewpoint of system analysis] (Lang.: slo). In: Kniznice a Informacie, 31(1999)12,p.449-453.

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