Knowledge organization literature. Selected items

Your search for class 294 Natural Versus Controlled Languages found the 17 items below.       [new search]

Items on this class as the base theme

2665   2001-0323natural vs. controlled languages • 294
Tenopir, C. – Human or automated, indexing is important (Lang.: eng). - In: Library Journal, 124(1999)18, p.34, 38.

5296   2007-0533natural vs. controlled languages • 294
Harper, C.A., Tillett, B. – Library of Congress controlled vocabularies and their application to the Semantic Web (Lang.: eng). - In: Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 43(2007)3/4, p.47-68.

6208   2009-0328natural vs. controlled languages • 294
Good, B. M., Tennis, J. T. – Term based comparison metrics for controlled and uncontrolled indexing languages (Lang.: eng). - In: Information research, 14(2009)1, p.10.

6209   2009-0329natural vs. controlled languages • 294
Marcoux, Yves, Rizkallah, Elias. – Knowledge organization in the light of intertextual semanitics: a natural-language analysis of controlled vocabularies (Lang.: eng). - In: Culture and identity in knowledge organization [see 2009-0262], pp. 36-42.

6424   2009-0544natural vs. controlled languages • 294
McCutcheon, Sevim. – Keyword vs controlled vocabulary searching: the one with the most tools wins (Lang.: eng). - In: The indexer, 27(2009)2, pp.62-65.

7657   natural vs. controlled languages • 294
Knazook, Elizabeth. – (Book review of) Harpring, Patricia. Introduction to controlled vocabularies: terminology for art, architecture, and other cultural works; ed. by Murtha Baca. Los Angeles, Getty Publications, 2010. 245 p. illus. ISBN 978-1-60606-018-6 (Lang.: eng). - In: Cataloging & classification quarterly, 48(2010)8, pp. 757-760.

16107   natural vs. controlled languages • 294
Gross, Tina; Taylor, Arlene G.; Joudrey, Daniel N.. – Still a Lot to Lose: The Role of Controlled Vocabulary in Keyword Searching (Lang.: eng). - In: Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 53(2015)1, pp. 1-39.

17594   natural vs. controlled languages • 294
Palmer, M.; Gildea, D.; Kingsbury, P.. – Semantic role labeling: synthesis lectures on human language technologies (Lang.: eng). - In: Synthesis Lectures on Human Language Technologies, 3(2010)1, pp. 1-103.Williston, VT, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, 2010. – pp. 103. – Available at http://http://www.morganclaypool.com/doi/abs/10.2200/S00239ED1V01Y200912HLT006 – 9781598298314.

2515   2001-0173natural vs. controlled languages • descriptors • 294;226
Sclafani, F. – Controlled subhect heading searching versus keyword searching (Lang.: eng). - In: Technicalities, 19(1999)9,p.7,13-15.

17824   natural vs. controlled languages • comparison of indexing systems • 294;396
Satija, M. P.; MartΓ­nez-Ávila, Daniel. – Mapping of the universe of knowledge in different classification schemes (Lang.: eng). - In: International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology, 7(2017)2, pp.85-105.Korea, IJKCDT.net, 2017. – pp. 21. – Available at http://http://www.ijkcdt.net/_common/do.php?a=current&b=11&bidx=822&aidx=10973 ISSN: 22340068

17823   natural vs. controlled languages • comparison of indexing systems • vocabulary selection • 294;396;223
Engerer, Volkmar. – Control and syntagmatization: vocabulary requirements in information retrieval thesauri and natural language lexicons (Lang.: eng). - In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(2017)6, pp. 1480-1490.Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2017. – pp. 11. – Available at http://https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/asi.23783 ISSN: 15322890



Further items on this class as a particular theme

17610language and KO • natural vs. controlled languages • 71;294
Harispe, S.; Janaqi, S.; Montmain, J.. – Semantic similarity from natural language and ontology analysis: synthesis lectures on human language technologies (Lang.: eng). – In: Synthesis Lectures on Human Language Technologies, 8(2015)1, pp.1-254.Williston, VT, Morgan & Claypool Publishers, 2015. – pp. 254. – Available at http://https://www.morganclaypool.com/doi/abs/10.2200/S00639ED1V01Y201504HLT027

13001999-0095linguistics and KO • natural vs. controlled languages • descriptors vs. classifications • 711;294;296
McIlwaine, I.C. – Some problems of context and terminology (Lang.: eng). – In: Information Studies , 4(1998)4,p.195-201. »» Points out that designers of information systems for subject retrieval aiming at some kind of universal usage face the major problem of context, as a word by itself is not meaningful; and inseparable from this problem is that of the terminology used. This problem is most evident in systems that rely tatally on words, rather than a systematic structure of some kind

10771998-0453natural language and metalanguage • natural vs. controlled languages • 712;294
Zakharov, V.P., Pimenov, E.N. – Estestvenno-yazykovoi podkhod k sozdaniyu lingvisticheskogo obespecheniya informatsionno-poiskovykh sistem [Natural language approach to delelopment of retrieval tools for information retrieval systems] (Lang.: rus). – In: Nauchno-Tekhnicheskaya Informatsiya. Series 2, .(1997)12,p.24-27.

10781998-0454natural language and metalanguage • natural vs. controlled languages • 712;294
Munoz, A.M., Munoz, F.A. – Nuevas areas de conocimiento y la problematica documental : la prospectiva de la paz en la Universidad de Granada [New areas of knowledge and the problem de documentation: the prospective for peace at the University of Granada] (Lang.: spa). – In: Boletin de la Asociacion Andaluza de Bibliotecarios, 13(1998)50,p.9-21.

13361999-0131online access • natural vs. controlled languages • 753;294
Allen, E.E. – Searching, naturally (Lang.: eng). – In: Internet Reference Services 3(1998)2,p.75-81. »» Select bibliography on natural language processing (NLP)

16245tagging • natural vs. controlled languages • 835;294
Lee, Danielle H.. – Comparative Analysis of Index Terms and Social Tags (Lang.: eng). – In: Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, 49(2015)2, pp. 291-311.. – Available at http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/3715355

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