• Title, Summary, Keyword: Bibliographic features

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Construction of Research Fronts Using Factor Graph Model in the Biomedical Literature (팩터그래프 모델을 이용한 연구전선 구축: 생의학 분야 문헌을 기반으로)

  • Kim, Hea-Jin;Song, Min
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.177-195
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    • 2017
  • This study attempts to infer research fronts using factor graph model based on heterogeneous features. The model suggested by this study infers research fronts having documents with the potential to be cited multiple times in the future. To this end, the documents are represented by bibliographic, network, and content features. Bibliographic features contain bibliographic information such as the number of authors, the number of institutions to which the authors belong, proceedings, the number of keywords the authors provide, funds, the number of references, the number of pages, and the journal impact factor. Network features include degree centrality, betweenness, and closeness among the document network. Content features include keywords from the title and abstract using keyphrase extraction techniques. The model learns these features of a publication and infers whether the document would be an RF using sum-product algorithm and junction tree algorithm on a factor graph. We experimentally demonstrate that when predicting RFs, the FG predicted more densely connected documents than those predicted by RFs constructed using a traditional bibliometric approach. Our results also indicate that FG-predicted documents exhibit stronger degrees of centrality and betweenness among RFs.

A Study of Ontology-based Cataloguing System Using OWL (OWL을 이용한 온톨로지 기반의 목록시스템 설계 연구)

  • 이현실;한성국
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.21 no.2
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    • pp.249-267
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    • 2004
  • Although MARC can define the detail cataloguing data, it has complex structures and frameworks to represent bibliographic information. On account of these idiosyncratic features of MARC, XML DTD or RDF/S that supports simple hierarchy of conceptual vocabularies cannot capture MARC formalism effectively. This study implements bibliographic ontology by means of abstracting conceptual relationships between bibliographic vocabularies of MARC. The bibliographic ontology is formalized with OWL that can represent the logical relations between conceptual elements and specify cardinality and property value restrictions. The bibliographic ontology in this study will provide metadata for cataloguing data and resolve compatibility problems between cataloguing systems. And it can also contribute the development of next generation bibliographic information system using semantic Web services.

Meanings of ERBR Model in Korean Library Circumstance (한국의 도서관 환경에서 FRBR 모델의 의미)

  • Rho, Jee-Hyun
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.38 no.2
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    • pp.223-244
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    • 2007
  • With the rapid and broad changes of information ecology, the environment within which cataloging principles and standards operate has changed dramatically. As a result, IFLA study groups developed Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records(FRBR) model which is a conceptual model for bibliographic universe. This study intends to make a comprehensive inquiry about historical meanings and functional features of FRBR model. To the end, a comprehensive literature survey and analysis was conducted to introduce how hot and serious the discussion on this model in library cataloging. In conclusion, this study made several suggestions on the role of academic and library world (or applications of this model in Korea Library circumstance.

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Bibliographic Review, Systematic Status, end Biogeographic Notes on Korean and Far East Russian Stoneflies (Insecta: Plecoptera) with Their New Korean Records

  • Kim, Jong-Sun;Bae, Yeon-Jae;Lidija A. Zhiltzova
    • Animal cells and systems
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    • v.2 no.4
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    • pp.419-425
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    • 1998
  • Comprehensive bibliographic sources of Plecoptera systematics in Korea and Far East Russia were provided. Systematic status and distributional features of stoneflies in those areas were also discussed. Based on comprehensive type and non-type material examinations in those areas, new synonymies of Sweltsa colorata Zhiltzova and Levanidova, 1978 〔= Sweltsa nikkoensis (Okamoto), 1912〕 and Capnia KUa (Yoon and Aw, 1986)〔=Paracapnia recta Zhiltzova, 1984〕 were established; and the following species were newly recorded from Korea: Taenionema aponicum (Okamoto), Paraleuctra cercia (Okamoto), Leuctra fusca (Linnaeus), Eucapnopsis stigmatica Okamoto, Paracapniarecta Zhiltzova, Nemoura jezoensis (Okamoto), Stavsolus japonicus (Okamoto), Isoperla flavescens Zhiltzova and Potikha, Alloperla joosti Zwick, A. rostellata (Klapalek) Sweltsa nikkoensis (Okamoto), and S. lepnevae Zhiltzova.

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A Comparative Study of Metadata Standards for Serials (학술지 메타데이터의 표준화 체계에 관한 비교 연구)

  • Han Sung-Kook;Lee Hyun-Sil
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.36 no.1
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    • pp.415-440
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    • 2005
  • This paper analyses meta-data systems for serials in order to provide the fundamental infrastructure for serials-sharing systems based on semantic interoperability. According to the primitive features of serials information, meta-data for serials are classified into 3 main subsystems: serial identification Information, serial bibliographic information and serial holding information. The serial identification information that play the important role of the primary key in library management systems should be refined to accommodate serials with digital formats. Although MARC formats have been commonly used for the description of serial bibliographic information, a new meta-data format for serial bibliographic information that harmonize with the abundance of meta-data elements in MARC and the simplicity of DCMI. For serial holding information, the newly proposed standards such as ANSI/NSIO Z39.50 are adequate to grasp the varieties of serial holding patterns. It should be able to differentiate the level of description by means of the types of serial information services. As the current computing technology generally uses XML for the representation and Process of information, the meta-data system for serials should be based on XML.

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Developing Graphic Interface for Efficient Online Searching and Analysis of Graph-Structured Bibliographic Big Data (그래프 구조를 갖는 서지 빅데이터의 효율적인 온라인 탐색 및 분석을 지원하는 그래픽 인터페이스 개발)

  • You, Youngseok;Park, Beomjun;Jo, Sunhwa;Lee, Suan;Kim, Jinho
    • The Journal of Bigdata
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.77-88
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    • 2020
  • Recently, many researches habe been done to organize and analyze various complex relationships in real world, represented in the form of graphs. In particular, the computer field literature data system, such as DBLP, is a representative graph data in which can be composed of papers, their authors, and citation among papers. Becasue graph data is very complex in storage structure and expression, it is very difficult task to search, analysis, and visualize a large size of bibliographic big data. In this paper, we develop a graphic user interface tool, called EEUM, which visualizes bibliographic big data in the form of graphs. EEUM provides the features to browse bibliographic big data according to the connected graph structure by visually displaying graph data, and implements search, management and analysis of the bibliographc big data. It also shows that EEUM can be conveniently used to search, explore, and analyze by applying EEUM to the bibliographic graph big data provided by DBLP. Through EEUM, you can easily find influential authors or papers in every research fields, and conveniently use it as a search and analysis tool for complex bibliographc big data, such as giving you a glimpse of all the relationships between several authors and papers.

Features, Functions and Components of a Library Classification System in the LIS tradition for the e-Environment

  • Satija, M.P.;Martinez-Avila, Daniel
    • Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice
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    • v.3 no.4
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    • pp.62-77
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    • 2015
  • This paper describes qualities of a library classification system that are commonly discussed in the LIS tradition and literature, and explains such a system’s three main functions, namely knowledge mapping, information retrieval, and shelf arrangement. In this vein, the paper states the functional requirements of bibliographic classifications, which broadly are subject collocation and facilitation of browsing the collection. It explains with details the components of a library classification system and their functions. The major components are schedules, notations, and index. It also states their distinguished features, such as generalia class, form divisions, book numbers, and devices for number synthesis which are not required in a knowledge classification. It illustrates with examples from the WebDewey good examples of added features of an online library classification system. It emphasizes that institutional backup and a revision machinery are essential for a classification to survive and remain relevant in the print and e-environment.

Social Science Studies on Korea : a literature survey for Korean studies (한국에 관한 사회과학연구 : 한국학연구를 위한 문헌고찰)

  • Koo Jayoung
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.4
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    • pp.1-26
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    • 1975
  • The present study is a literature survey aimed at . providing a means to improve the bibliographic apparatuses for Korean studies. The need for a study like this has proven urgent with the promotion of Korean studies both within and without in recent years. The study examines the social science literature on Korea produced in English between 1876 and 1945(A study is under way for literature since 1945 also). Selection of the titles for investigation was made on the basis of the relative importance of the works confirmed after reading book reviews and examining a variety of bibliographies. Each title selected was examined in terms of its subject matter, contribution to the discipline it belongs, references cited, relations with similar works in the field, and bibliographic features. Published books, dissertations both published or not published, and periodicals are included. Primarily a critical review it is also designed to provide background information on the present status of Korean studies and the historical development of Western studies on Korea. Special attenttion is given to the factors contributing to the foundations of the modern Western scholarchip on Korea in the late 19th century.

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Application of Machine Learning Techniques for Resolving Korean Author Names (한글 저자명 중의성 해소를 위한 기계학습기법의 적용)

  • Kang, In-Su
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.27-39
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    • 2008
  • In bibliographic data, the use of personal names to indicate authors makes it difficult to specify a particular author since there are numerous authors whose personal names are the same. Resolving same-name author instances into different individuals is called author resolution, which consists of two steps: calculating author similarities and then clustering same-name author instances into different person groups. Author similarities are computed from similarities of author-related bibliographic features such as coauthors, titles of papers, publication information, using supervised or unsupervised methods. Supervised approaches employ machine learning techniques to automatically learn the author similarity function from author-resolved training samples. So far however, a few machine learning methods have been investigated for author resolution. This paper provides a comparative evaluation of a variety of recent high-performing machine learning techniques on author disambiguation, and compares several methods of processing author disambiguation features such as coauthors and titles of papers.

Organization and use of theses collections in university libraries (학위논문의 정리와 이용)

  • 최달현;변우열
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.12
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    • pp.161-198
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    • 1985
  • This paper is a study of the organization and use of theses collections in university libraries of Korea. A questionnaire consisted of 31 questions on 6 items was sent to 44 university libraries of which 40 libraries responded. Results of the study can be summarized as follows: 1. Figures concerning registration of theses can be tabulated as follows. 2. In differentiation of oriental and occidental theses, 20 libraries (50%) depend on the basis of the text language. 3. Thirty-four libraries (85%) classify the theses and 27 (80%) of them use the same tables with book classification schedules. For classification level, 17 libraries (48.6%) classify them in section numbers whereas 13 (37.1%) in sub-sections. 4. Catalog or index cards of theses are made in 35 libraries (87.5%) of which 20 libraries are using the second level of bibliographic description. 5. Roman alphabets in a title are described a such 27 libraries (67.5%). 6. Most of respondents are preparing author, title and classified catalog cards for users. The research reveals that only 8 libraries are giving subject headings to the theses. 7. Twenty-three libraries (63.9%) have theses catalogs in separation from their book catalogs. 8. Most helpful bibliographic elements in an entry for users are reported to be author, title, date and notes. In general, theses collections have many different features in various aspects compared with book materials. Therefore it is desirable to process the former differently with the latter. Firstly, it would be more convenient to register theses on the different register from the book register. Secondly, minute classification of theses would be necessary for their users. thirdly, text language is the common basis of discriminating oriental materials and occidental ones. Fourthly, a simple catalog would be quite good enough to use theses collection, for most helpful elements in an entry are limited to author, title, date and notes. Fifthly, it is strongly recommendable to transcribe all the roman alphabets on the titles into Korean alphabets. Sixthly, the research revealed that our library would needs to develop subject heading work which is for behind other library works.

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