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Knowledge organization literature. Selected items

Your search for class 179 Trends and Future Tasks in Knowledge Organization found the 28 items below.       [new search]

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Kanungo, N.T. – Shifting contours of knowledge organization: a case study of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (Lang.: eng). - In: Herald of library science, 46(2007)3/4, pp. 167-175.

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Landry, Patrice, Bultrini, Leda. – Nuove frontiere dell'indicizzazione [New frontiers in indexing] (Lang.: ita). - In: Biblioteche oggi, 27(2009)4, pp. 60-62.

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Ohly, H. Peter. – Wissenskommunikation und –organisation. Quo vadis? [Knowledge organization and communication. Whither?] (Lang.: ger). - In: Wissensspeicher in digitalen Räumen (06.08.2.20/22), pp. 13-28.

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Kumbhar, Rajendra. – Library classification trends in the 21st century (Lang.: eng). - New York, Neal-Schumann, 2011. – pp. 200. – ISBN: 9781843346609.

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Matthews, Paul. – (Book review of) Gilchrist, Alan, ed. Information science in transition. London, Facet Publishing, 2009. 401pp. ISBN: 9781856046930 (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge organization, 38(2011)2, pp. 171-173.

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Kumbhar, Rajendra. – Trends in classification literature: analysis of literature published during 2000 to 2009 (Lang.: eng). - In: DESIDOC journal of library & information technology, 32(2012)2, pp. 179-185.

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Smiraglia, Richard P. – Knowledge organization: some trends in an emergent domain (Lang.: eng). - In: El profesional de la información, 21(2012)3, pp. 225-227.

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Heim, M.. – The metaphysics of virtual reality (Lang.: eng). - New York, NY, Oxford University Press, 1993. – pp. XXIII,175. – ISBN: 0195081781. In his book review of Heim's work, G.Philippe Menos (Libr.Quarterly 64(1994)No.4, p.454-57) states that "Leibniz's teaching provides a crucial philosophical guide in Heim's understanding of the structure of cyberspace. In this approach, Leibniz's monadolgy and his truth machine - the characteristica universalis - ... are used as metaphors for describing human participation in virtual realities". He points out that this line of thinking merits closer examination and scrutiny.

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Dahlberg, I.. – Current trends in knowledge organization (Lang.: spa). - In: Garcia Marco,J. Proc.1st ISKO-Spain Conference, Madrid, 4-5 Nov.1993. p.7-25.Zaragoza, Spain, Universidad de Zaragoza, 1995.

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López-Huertas, Maria J.. – Exploring the boundaries of knowledge organization. Towards future projects (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge organization in the 21st century, pp. 564-571 (06.14-05-19/22).

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Ohly, H. Peter. – Sociological aspects of knowledge and knowledge organization (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge organization in the 21st century, pp. 41-49 (06.14-05-19/22).

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Open Discovery Initiative Working Group. – Open discovery initiative: promoting transparency in discovery (Lang.: eng). - In: Baltimore, MD, National Information Standards Organization (NISO), 2014. pp. 38. – 9781937522421.

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Seeman, Dean; Goddard, Lisa . – Preparing the Way: Creating Future Compatible Cataloging Data in a Transitional Environment (Lang.: eng). - In: Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 53(2015)3-4, pp. 331-340.

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Estermann, Beat. – Big Data: Den digitalen Wandel aktiv gestalten [Big Data: Actively shaping digital change] (Lang.: ger). - In: Arbido, (2016)3, pp. 26-32. – Available at http://arbido.ch/assets/files/arbido_2016_3_low_161127_132457.pdf

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Nahotko, Marek. – Genre groups in Knowledge Organization (Lang.: eng). - In: Journal of Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 54(2016)8, pp. 553-582.London, UK, Taylor & Francis Online, 2016. – pp. 29. – Available at http://https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01639374.2016.1217576?journalCode=wccq20 ISSN: 01639374

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Herb, Ulrich. – Zwangsehen und Bastarde: Wohin steuert Big Data die Wissenschaft? [Forced marriages and bastards: Where does Big Data drive science?] (Lang.: ger). - In: Information - Wissenschaft & Praxis, 69(2018)2/3, pp. 81–88. – Available at http://doi.org/10.1515/iwp-2018-0021

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Hrachovec, Herbert. – Schubladen und Wolkenfelder: Anmerkungen zur Bearbeitung grosser Datenmengen [Pigeonholes and banks of clouds: On processing large amounts of data] (Lang.: ger). - In: Information - Wissenschaft & Praxis, 69(2018)2/3, pp. 89–94. – Available at http://doi.org/10.1515/iwp-2018-0016

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Frauenknecht, Erwin; Maier, Gerald; Rückert, Peter (eds.). – Das Wasserzeichen-Informationssystem (WZIS): Bilanz und Perspektiven [The watermark information system: Achievements and prospects] (Lang.: ger). - 1st ed. ed. – Stuttgart, Kohlhammer, 2017. – pp. 218. – 978-3-17-031538-9. papers of a 2015 conference

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Viti, Elisabetta . – My First Ten Years: Nuovo soggettario Growing, Development and Integration with other Knowledge Organization Systems (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowledge Organization, 44(2017)8, pp. 624-637.

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Cory, K.A.. – The imaging industry wants us! (Lang.: eng). - In: Cat.& Classif.Quart.Vol. 15 No. 3. 1992. p.3-13.

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Eberhardt, Joachim. – (Book review of) Landry, P.; Bultrini, L.; O'Neill, E.T.; Roe, S.K. (eds.). Subject access: preparing for the future (IFLA series on bibliographic control, 42). Berlin: De Gruyter, 2011. ISBN 3110234435. 250 pp (Lang.: eng). - In: ABI-Technik, 33 (2013)1, pp. 63-64.

 



 

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Martínez-Ávila, Daniel; Chaves Guimarães, José Augusto; Assis Pinho, Fabio; Fox, Melodie J.. – The representation of ethics and knowledge organization in the WoS and LISTA databases (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization,42(2015)5, pp. 269-275.Würzburg, DE, Ergon-Verlag, 2015. – pp. 7. ISSN: 09437444; 3 Charts, 1 Graph

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Wan-Chen Lee. – Culture and classification: an introduction to thinking about ethical issues of adopting global classification standards to local environments (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization,42(2015)5, pp. 302-307.Würzburg, DE, Ergon-Verlag, 2015. – pp. 6. ISSN: 09437444;

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Arboit, Aline Elis; Chaves Guimarães, José Augusto. – The ethics of knowledge organization and representation from a Bakhtinian perspective (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization,42(2015)5, pp. 324-331.Würzburg, DE, Ergon-Verlag, 2015. – pp. 8. ISSN: 09437444

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Shoemaker, Elizabeth. – No one can whistle a symphony: seeking a catalogers' code of ethics (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization,42(2015)5, pp. 353-357.Würzburg, DE, Ergon-Verlag, 2015. – pp. 5. ISSN: 09437444

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da Silva, Andrieli Pachú; Chaves Guimarães, José Augusto; Bolfarini Tognoli, Natália. – Ethical Values in Archival Arrangement and Description: An Analysis of Professional Codes of Ethics (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization,42(2015)5, pp. 346-352.Würzburg, DE, Ergon-Verlag, 2015. – pp. 7. ISSN: 09437444; 2 Charts

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McQueen, Kelli. – Ethical issues of knowledge organization in designing a metadata schema for the Leo Kottke Archives (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge Organization,42(2015)5, pp. 332-338.Würzburg, DE, Ergon-Verlag, 2015. – pp. 7. ISSN: 09437444

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Jacobfeuerborn, Bruno; Muraszkiewicz; Mieczyslaw. – Big data and knowledge extracting to automate innovation. An outline of a formal model (Lang.: eng). – In: Knowledge organization in the 21st century, pp. 33-40 (06.14-05-19/22).


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