DOI QR코드

DOI QR Code

A Comparative Study on the Classification System of Material Library

소재도서관 분류체계에 대한 비교 연구

  • 정옥경 (인천대학교 문헌정보학과)
  • Received : 2018.11.26
  • Accepted : 2018.12.10
  • Published : 2018.12.30

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to propose a classification system that can classify various industrial and craft materials consistently and systematically by comparing and analyzing the classification system of materials libraries in domestic and foreign. For this study, it was investigated the operation cases and classification system of domestic and foreign material libraries, and then proposed a method to classify consistently and systematically by comparing and analyzing the classification items of KDC and DDC. The classification system of material library was not classified by subject, but classified into the name of material and type, or the classification system of a material library was divided by Arabic numeral as a general classification system. It is difficult to access and share information because most of material libraries use the classification system developed by the library itself. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a standard classification system to share the information stored in the material libraries.

<표 1> 영국과 미국 대학의 소재도서관

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0001.png 이미지

<표 2> 국외 기업 소재도서관

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0002.png 이미지

<표 3> 디자인 도서 및 잡지 분류체계

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0003.png 이미지

<표 4> 디자인소재 분류체계

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0004.png 이미지

<표 5> 서울시립대학교 건축학부 소재관 분류체계

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0005.png 이미지

<표 6> DGDC 소재은행 분류체계

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0006.png 이미지

<표 7> 금속소재의 분류체계

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0007.png 이미지

<표 8> Materia의 분류체계

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0008.png 이미지

<표 9> 텍사스대학의 건축자료실의 분류체계

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0009.png 이미지

<표 10> Materials Library의 분류체계

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0010.png 이미지

<표 11> 기업과 대학 소재도서관의 분류체계와 일반분류표(KDC와 DDC)의 비교

BBROBV_2018_v29n4_297_t0011.png 이미지

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 인천대학교

References

  1. Kim, Nam-Seuk and Do-Hi Cho. 2007. Nonbook materials. Revised and enlarged ed. Daegu: Keimyung University Press.
  2. Kim, Yun-Been. 2010. The Research about the Classification System Comparing Analysis on the Design Field. M.A. thesis. The Graduate School of Chonnam National University.
  3. Daegu Kyungbuk Design Center Material Bank. [online]. [cited 2018.10.2]. .
  4. Park, Young-Soon et al. 2001. "A Classification of Korean Traditional Materials Focused on Visual Texture." Journal of Korean Society of Design Science, 14(2): 197-208.
  5. Ministry of Commerce Industry and Energy. 2016. Material.Products Development Basic Plan. Swjong: Ministry of Commerce Industry and Energy.
  6. Yoon, Hee-Yoon. 2010. Library Classification System: Theories and Practice. 3rd ed. Daegu: Tae-il Inc.
  7. Lee, Hi-Sang, Jae-Young Yoo, and Yeu-Seop Jung. 2002. "Classification System of material and Component Technology and Industry." Korea Technology Innovation Society, 6(1): 110-124.
  8. Lee, Hi-Sang. 2002. A Study on Technology Classification Modeling for Material & Component Information. Report. Daejeon: KISTI.
  9. Incheon Design Center Material Library. [online]. [cited 2018.9.30]. .
  10. Jung, Jun-Soo and Dong-Hyun Kim. 2009. "A Study on the Ways of improving Classification System of Architectural Material: Based on the Practice of Architecture Firms." Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design, 25(12): 191-198.
  11. Committee of Classification, Korean Library Association. 2013. Korean Decimal Classification and Relative Index. Seoul: KLA.
  12. Korean Society of Design Science. 2002. Design Technology Classification System. Seoul: Korea Institute of Design Promotion.
  13. Beylerian, George M., Andrew Dent, and Anita Moryadas. 2005. Material Connexion: The global resource of new and innovative materials for architects, artist and designers. New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
  14. Design insite. [online]. [cited 2018.10.2]. .
  15. Dewey, Melvil. 2010. Dewey Decimal Classification and Relative Index. 23th ed. Dublin: OCLC.
  16. Materia. [online]. [cited 2018.10.5]. .
  17. Material ConneXion Daegu. [online]. [cited 2018.10.2]. .
  18. Material ConneXion. [online]. [cited 2018.10.23]. .
  19. Material Lab. [online]. [cited 2018.10.7]. .
  20. Materialbiblioteket. [online]. [cited 2018.10.7]. .
  21. Materials and Products Collection Library. [online]. [cited 2018.9.24]. .
  22. MATERIALS CENTER. [online]. [cited 2018.9.21]. .
  23. Materio. [online]. [cited 2018.10.15]. .
  24. MatWeb. [online]. [cited 2018.10.7]. .
  25. Meyer, J. S. et al. 2017. "Misapplication of generic hazard-classification schemes for versatile, sustainable building materials: Copper as an example." Journal Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, 23: 1703-1730.
  26. O'Toole, Michael D., Noushin Karimian, and Anthony J. Peyton. 2018. "Classification of Nonferrous Metals Using Magnetic Induction Spectroscopy." IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 14(8): 3477-3485. https://doi.org/10.1109/TII.2017.2786778
  27. Rematerialise. [online]. [cited 2018.10.5]. .
  28. Stylepark. [online]. [cited 2018.10.5]. .
  29. The University of Texas at Austin The Materials Resource Center. [online]. [cited 2018.10.2]. .
  30. University College London Materials Library. [online]. [cited 2018.10.18]. .
  31. University of the Arts London Materials & Products Collection. [online]. [cited 2018.9.30]. .
  32. 소재종합솔루션센터. [online]. [cited 2018.9.21]. .
  33. Hein et al. 2018. "Automated classification of archaeological ceramic materials by means of texture measures." Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 21: 921-928. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.12.032