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381 General and theoretical Problems of Index Generation
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Items on this class as the base themeUngern-Sternberg, S. von. – A method for managing the information resources in an interdisciplinary field (Lang.: eng). - In: IATUL Proceedings (New Series) (1996)5. p.306-318. Methods for selecting terms for an information language in an interdisciplinary fieldChuah, M. – Bibliographic sources to Malaysian parliamentary papers (Lang.: eng). - In: Kekal Abadi.Vol.11.No.4.1992.p.1-5. Describes not only the various types of Malaysian parliamentary papers by also the various indexes to the Hansard.Notes the shortcomings and proposes measures for improvementChuah, M.. – Bibliographic sources to Malaysian parliamentary papers (Lang.: eng). - In: Kekal Abadi. Vol. 11. No. 4. p.1-5. Describes not only the various types of Malaysian parliamentary papers by also the various indexes to the Hansard. Notes the shortcomings and proposes measures for improvement.Oster, S.. – Indexes in computer documentation (Lang.: eng). - In: Technical Communication. 41(1994)1,p.41-50. Treats the different kinds of indexes: subject, product, program command or function. Writing entries involves decisions about level, key terms, synonyms, definitions, cross references, and phrasing. Format decisions involve horizontal vs vertical spacing, page numbering, capitalization, and punctuation. (Author)MacDougall, S. – Rethinking indexing : the impact of the Internet (Lang.: eng). - In: Australian Library Journal 45(1996)4. p.281-285. In the Internet a crude indexing technique, based on automatic keyword indexing and relevance ranking is used, resulting in large retrieval sets and low precision. However these poor results are accepted by most users. In this light the role of professional indexers is questioned
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