Knowledge organization literature. Selected items

Your search for class 329 Comparative Analysis of Data and Subjects found the 5 items below.       [new search]

Items on this class as the base theme

16323   comparative analysis • 329
Dickel, Julia. – Digitale Bibliotheken im Vergleich: Europeana & WDL [Comparing digital libraries: Europeana and World Digital Library] (Lang.: ger). - In: Perspektive Bibliothek, 4(2015)1, pp. 45-67. – Available at http://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/bibliothek/article/view/21646/pdf

18351   comparative analysis • 329
Kleineberg, Michael. – Reconstructionism: a comparative method for viewpoint analysis and indexing using the example of Kohlberg’s moral stages (Lang.: eng). - In: Advances in Knowledge Organization, 16(2018), pp. 400-408.

18614   comparative analysis • 329; 328
Kim, Hee-Sook; Chang, Woo-Kwon . – [A Study on the Content and Composition of Digital Character Archive in Works and Subjects: Female Writers in the mid of the Joseon Dynasty] (Lang.: kor). - In: JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN SOCIETY FOR LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE, 54(2020)1, pp. 02145 - 02174.Korean Society for Library and Information Science,

18898   comparative analysis • 329; 944
Kim, Jeong-Hyen. – A Comparative Analysis of Cataloging Records Related to Taekwondo in the National Libraries of the Various Countries (Lang.: kor). - In: Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society 52(2021)1, pp. 55 - 77.



Further items on this class as a particular theme

18379systems reconciliation • comparative analysis • 286;329
Kempf, Andreas Oskar. – The Need to interoperate: structural comparison of and methodological guidance on mapping discipline-specific subject authority data to wikidata (Lang.: eng). – In: Advances in Knowledge Organization, 16(2018), pp. 644-652.

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