Classification research for knowledge representation and organization : proceedings of the 5th International Study Conference on Classification Research, Toronto, Canada, June 24-28, 1991 (Book, 1992) [WorldCat.org]
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Classification research for knowledge representation and organization : proceedings of the 5th International Study Conference on Classification Research, Toronto, Canada, June 24-28, 1991

Author: Nancy Joyce Williamson; Michèle Hudon
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1992.
Series: FID publication, 698.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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International Study Conference on Classification Research. (5th : 1991 : Toronto, Ont.).
Classification research for knowledge representation and organization.
Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1992
(OCoLC)609218547
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Joyce Williamson; Michèle Hudon
ISBN: 0444893431 9780444893437
OCLC Number: 25676211
Credits: Organised by: International Federation for Documentation Classification Research Committee.
Description: xii, 427 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Keynote address --
Classification: Prospects, Problems, and Possibilities / Elaine Svenonius --
Plenary sessions --
Editing the Dewey Decimal Classification Online: The Evolution of the DDC Database / Julianne Beall --
Toward a Theory of Fiction Analysis for Information Storage and Retrieval / Clara Beghtol --
Concept Relation Structures and their Graphic Display / Timothy C. Craven --
Illusory Goals in Information Science Research / Robert Fugmann --
UDC: The 1990's and Beyond / Alan Gilchrist --
Expression of Syntagmatic Relationships in Indexing: Are Frame-Based Index Languages the Answer? / Rebecca Green --
Use and Management of Classification Systems for Knowledge-Based Indexing / Susanne M. Humphrey --
Concept of the Universe of Knowledge and the Purpose of LIS Classification / Francis L. Miksa --
Methodology for Functional Appraisal of Records and Creation of a Functional Thesaurus / Monica Scott and Ana Flavia Fonseca --
Contributed Papers --
PRESS: A Thesaurus-Based Information System for Software Reuse / Hanne Albrechtsen --
Preliminary AAT Compatible African Art Thesaurus / Basil Amaeshi --
Structures of Indian Classification Systems of the Pre-Ranganathan Era and their Impact on the Colon Classification / Amitabha Chatterjee --
Indexing and Searching Thesauri, the Janus or Proteus of Information Retrieval / Pauline A. Cochrane --
General Versus a Special Algorithm in the Graphic Display of Thesauri / Timothy C. Craven --
Basis of a New Universal Classification System Seen from a Philosophy Point of Science Point of View / Ingetraut Dahlberg --
Shelflisting Using Expert Systems / Karen Markey Drabenstott, Leslie C. Riester and Bonnie A. Dede --
Thesaurus Requirements for an Intermediary Expert System / Raya Fidel --
Insights into Classification from the Cognitive Sciences: Ramifications for Index Languages / Rebecca Green Towards a Syndetic Information Retrieval System / Eric de Grolier --
USMARC Format for Classification Data: Development and Implementation / Rebecca Guenther --
Factors Influencing Policies for the Adoption and Integration of Revisions to Classification Schedules / Lynne C. Howarth --
Term Definitions in Subject Thesauri: the Canadian Literacy Thesaurus Experience / Michele Hudon --
Notational Techniques for the Accommodation of Subjects in Colon Classification 7th edition: Theoretical Possibility vis-a-vis Practical Need / Shabahat Husain --
Exploration by Means of Repertory Grids of Semantic Differences among Names of Official Documents / Barbara H. Kwasnik and Corinne Jorgensen --
Suggestions for Automating the Library of Congress Classification / Mary Micco --
Essay on the Prehistory of General Categories (II): G.W. Leibniz, Conrad Gesner / Jean M. Perreault --
How Well do Thesauri Serve the Social Sciences? / Lorna K. Rees-Potter --
^ Construction and Use of Faceted Classification Schema in Technical Domains / Crawford W. Revie and Godfrey Smart --
Structuring a Flexible Faceted Thesaurus Record for Corporate Information Retrieval / Marlene Rockmore --
Sub-Thesauri as Part of a Metathesaurus / Corentin Roulin --
UNISIST revisited: Compatibility in the context of collaboratories / Linda C. Smith --
Notes Concerning the Use of Chain Indexing as a Possible Means of Simulating the Inductive Leap within Artificial Intelligence / William G. Stiles --
Automation of Chain Indexing / Elaine Svenonius, Songqiao Liu and Bhagi Subrahmanyam --
Structure in Data in the Stockshot Database at the National Film Board of Canada / James Turner --
Dewey Decimal Classification as an Online Classification Tool / Diana Vizine-Goetz --
Restructuring UDC: Problems and Possibilities / Nancy J. Williamson --
Hierarchy of Belief: Ideological Tendentiousness in Universal Classification / Allan Wilson Evaluation of the Systematic Botany Schedule of the Universal Decimal Classification (English Full Edition, 1979) / Blake F. Wilson --
Research and Development of Classification and Thesauri in China / Lei Zeng --
Conference Summary and Conclusions.
Series Title: FID publication, 698.
Responsibility: edited by Nancy J. Williamson, Michèle Hudon.

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