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A Study of Combined Web Archiving Policy : BnF's Three Layers Web Archiving Strategy (복합적 웹 아카이빙 정책에 관한 고찰 - 프랑스국립도서관의 사례를 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, You-Seung
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.42 no.4
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    • pp.159-179
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    • 2008
  • This study aims at discussing development of web archiving policies in South Korea. The study is based on the understanding of that the institutional environment and efforts for keeping Web information resources are insufficient, compared to the value and importance of them. For the study, Web archiving practices are analyzed into three aspects: scope, method, and quality. Futhermore, they are graphically schematized as a comparative analysis model. Based on the model, the study classifies national Web archiving practices into seven unique types and diagnoses their cons and pros. In this context, a combined Web archiving policy is discussed as an optimal Web archiving approach. As a case study, the France National Library's Web archiving is discussed in depth and the Korean National Library's Web archiving project, OASIS, is critically analyzed. As a result, the study proposes two alternative plans for the development of Web archiving policy in South Korea.

NVST DATA ARCHIVING SYSTEM BASED ON FASTBIT NOSQL DATABASE

  • Liu, Ying-Bo;Wang, Feng;Ji, Kai-Fan;Deng, Hui;Dai, Wei;Liang, Bo
    • Journal of The Korean Astronomical Society
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    • v.47 no.3
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    • pp.115-122
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    • 2014
  • The New Vacuum Solar Telescope (NVST) is a 1-meter vacuum solar telescope that aims to observe the fine structures of active regions on the Sun. The main tasks of the NVST are high resolution imaging and spectral observations, including the measurements of the solar magnetic field. The NVST has been collecting more than 20 million FITS files since it began routine observations in 2012 and produces maximum observational records of 120 thousand files in a day. Given the large amount of files, the effective archiving and retrieval of files becomes a critical and urgent problem. In this study, we implement a new data archiving system for the NVST based on the Fastbit Not Only Structured Query Language (NoSQL) database. Comparing to the relational database (i.e., MySQL; My Structured Query Language), the Fastbit database manifests distinctive advantages on indexing and querying performance. In a large scale database of 40 million records, the multi-field combined query response time of Fastbit database is about 15 times faster and fully meets the requirements of the NVST. Our slestudy brings a new idea for massive astronomical data archiving and would contribute to the design of data management systems for other astronomical telescopes.

A Case Study on the Urban Documentation : Centers on the modern missionary of Yangrim-dong area in Nam-gu, Gwangju (도시기록화 사례연구 : 광주광역시 남구 양림동의 근현대 선교사를 중심으로)

  • Yeo, Jin-Won;Chang, Woo-Kwon
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.47 no.2
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    • pp.387-416
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    • 2016
  • This research is a case study on the urban documentation focused on the modern missionary of Yangrim-dong area in Nam-gu, Gwangju. For this, the city of Theoretical Study on the documentation and records related to, Yangrim-dong analyze the collection, investigation of this. Urban archiving was done on Yangrim-dong area in Nam-gu, Gwangju, where the Western missionary activities were active. The "history of city" was combined with "mission" and the cultures related to Yangrim-dong, which was then used as a theme to suggest the archiving plan.

의무 기록용 워크스테이션 개발에 관한 연구

  • Kim, Won-Gi;Kim, Nam-Hyeon;Huh, Jae-Man
    • Journal of Biomedical Engineering Research
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.277-282
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    • 1990
  • A workstation for archiving and communication of medical records is developed for clinical use in hospital. In this system, handwritten diagnostic reports, medical recording papers such as ECG and EEG etc., and ultrasound images are stored in optical disks instead of papers. This system improves medical service owing to speedy diagnosis by fast finding the patient's medical chart, and curtails the cost of archiving medical charts economically. If this system can be combined with already developed MPACS, then integrated medical image di- agnosis will be possible.

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Self-archiving Motivations across Academic Disciplines on an Academic Social Networking Service (학술 소셜 네트워킹 서비스에서의 학문 분야별 연구자의 셀프 아카이빙 동기 분석)

  • Lee, Jongwook;Oh, Sanghee;Dong, Hang
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.51 no.4
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    • pp.313-332
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study is to compare motivations for self-archiving across disciplines on an academic social networking site. We carried out an online survey with ResearchGate(RG) users, testing 18 motivational factors that we developed from a previous study (enjoyment, personal/professional gain, reputation, learning, self-efficacy, altruism, reciprocity, trust, community interest, social engagement, publicity, accessibility, self-archiving culture, influence of external actors, credibility, system stability, copyright concerns, additional time, and effort). We adapted Biglan's classification system of academic disciplines and compared motivations across different categories of discipline. First, we compared motivations across the four combined categories by the two dimensions - hard-pure, hard-applied, soft-pure, and soft-applied. We also performed a motivation comparison across each dimension between soft and hard disciplines and between pure and applied disciplines. We examined investigated statistical differences in motivations by demographic characteristics and RG usage of participants across categories as well. Findings showed that there were differences of motivations, such as enjoyment, accessibility, influence of external actors and additional time and effort, and personal/professional gains, for self-archiving across disciplines. For example, RG users in the hard-applied were more highly motivated by enjoyment than others; RG users in the soft-pure were more highly motivated by personal/professional gains than others. It is expected that findings could be used to develop strategies encouraging researchers in various disciplines contributing to share their data and publications in ASNSs.

Implementation of MINI-PACS using the DICOM Converter on the Web (DICOM Converter를 이용한 웹상에서의 MINI-PACS 구현)

  • Ji, Youn-Sang
    • Journal of radiological science and technology
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.103-111
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    • 2000
  • In recent years, medical procedures have become more complex, while financial pressures for shortened hospital stays and increased efficiency in patient care have increased. As a result, several shortcomings of present film-based systems for managing medical images have become apparent. Maintaining film space is labor intensive and consumes valuable space. Because only single copies of radiological examinations exist, they are prone to being lost or misplaced, thereby consuming additional valuable time and expense. In this paper, MINI-PACS for image archiving, transmission, and viewing offers a solution to these problems. Proposed MINI-PACS consists of mainly four parts such as Web Module, Client-Server Module, Internal Module, Acquisition Module. In addition, MINI-PACS system includes DICOM Converter that Non-DICOM file format converts standard file format. In Client-Server Module case, Proposed system is combined both SCU(Service Class User: Client) part and SCP(Service Class Provider: Server)part therefore this system provides the high resolution image processing techniques based on windows platform. Because general PACS system is too expensive for Medium and Small hospitals to install and operate the full-PACS. Also, we constructed Web Module for database connection through the WWW.

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Postoperative Clinical Outcome and Risk Factors for Poor Outcome of Foraminal and Extraforaminal Lumbar Disc Herniation

  • Bae, Jung Sik;Kang, Kyung Hee;Park, Jeong Hyun;Lim, Jae Hyeon;Jang, Il Tae
    • Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society
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    • v.59 no.2
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    • pp.143-148
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    • 2016
  • Objective : We evaluated postoperative outcomes in patients who have lumbar foraminal or extraforaminal disc herniation (FELDH) and suggested the risk factors for poor outcomes. Methods : A total of 234 patients were selected for this study. Pre- and post-operative Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) and Korean version Oswestry Disability Index (KODI) were evaluated and the changes of both score were calculated. Outcome was defined as excellent, good, fair, and poor based on Mcnab classification. The percentage of superior facetectomy was calculated by using the Maro-view 5.4 Picture Archiving Communication System (PACS). Results : Paramedian lumbar discectomy was performed in 180 patients and combined lumbar discectomy was performed in 54 patients. Paramedian lumbar discectomy group showed better outcome compared with combined discectomy group. p value of VAS change was 0.009 and KODI was 0.013. The average percentage of superior facetectomy was 33% (range, 0-79%) and it showed negative correlation with VAS and KODI changes (Pearson coefficient : -0.446 and -0.498, respectively). Excellent or good outcome cases (Group I) were 136 (58.1%) and fair or poor outcome cases (Group II) were 98 (41.9%). The percentage of superior facetectomy was 26.5% at Group I and 42.5% at Group II. There was significant difference in superior facetectomy percentage between Group I and II (p=0.000). Conclusion : This study demonstrated that paramedian lumbar discectomy with preservation of facet joints is an effective and good procedure for FELDH. At least 60% of facet should be preserved for excellent or good outcomes.

Feature Analysis of Metadata Schemas for Records Management and Archives from the Viewpoint of Records Lifecycle (기록 생애주기 관점에서 본 기록관리 메타데이터 표준의 특징 분석)

  • Baek, Jae-Eun;Sugimoto, Shigeo
    • Journal of Korean Society of Archives and Records Management
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.75-99
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    • 2010
  • Digital resources are widely used in our modern society. However, we are facing fundamental problems to maintain and preserve digital resources over time. Several standard methods for preserving digital resources have been developed and are in use. It is widely recognized that metadata is one of the most important components for digital archiving and preservation. There are many metadata standards for archiving and preservation of digital resources, where each standard has its own feature in accordance with its primary application. This means that each schema has to be appropriately selected and tailored in accordance with a particular application. And, in some cases, those schemas are combined in a larger frame work and container metadata such as the DCMI application framework and METS. There are many metadata standards for archives of digital resources. We used the following metadata standards in this study for the feature analysis me metadata standards - AGLS Metadata which is defined to improve search of both digital resources and non-digital resources, ISAD(G) which is a commonly used standard for archives, EAD which is well used for digital archives, OAIS which defines a metadata framework for preserving digital objects, and PREMIS which is designed primarily for preservation of digital resources. In addition, we extracted attributes from the decision tree defined for digital preservation process by Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and compared the set of attributes with these metadata standards. This paper shows the features of these metadata standards obtained through the feature analysis based on the records lifecycle model. The features are shown in a single frame work which makes it easy to relate the tasks in the lifecycle to metadata elements of these standards. As a result of the detailed analysis of the metadata elements, we clarified the features of the standards from the viewpoint of relationships between the elements and the lifecycle stages. Mapping between metadata schemas is often required in the long-term preservation process because different schemes are used in the records lifecycle. Therefore, it is crucial to build a unified framework to enhance interoperability of these schemes. This study presents a basis for the interoperability of different metadata schemas used in digital archiving and preservation.

Researcher and Author Profiles: Opportunities, Advantages, and Limitations

  • Gasparyan, Armen Yuri;Nurmashev, Bekaidar;Yessirkepov, Marlen;Endovitskiy, Dmitry A.;Voronov, Alexander A.;Kitas, George D.
    • Journal of Korean Medical Science
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    • v.32 no.11
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    • pp.1749-1756
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    • 2017
  • Currently available online profiling platforms offer various services for researchers and authors. Opening an individual account and filling it with scholarly contents increase visibility of research output and boost its impact. This article overviews some of the widely used and emerging profiling platforms, highlighting their tools for sharing scholarly items, crediting individuals, and facilitating networking. Global bibliographic databases and search platforms, such as Scopus, Web of Science, PubMed, and Google Scholar, are widely used for profiling authors with indexed publications. Scholarly networking websites, such as ResearchGate and Academia.edu, provide indispensable services for researchers poorly visible elsewhere on the Internet. Several specialized platforms are designed to offer profiling along with their main functionalities, such as reference management and archiving. The Open Researcher and Contributor Identification (ORCID) project has offered a solution to the author name disambiguation. It has been integrated with numerous bibliographic databases, platforms, and manuscript submission systems to help research managers and journal editors select and credit the best reviewers, and other scholarly contributors. Individuals with verifiable reviewer and editorial accomplishments are also covered by Publons, which is an increasingly recognized service for publicizing and awarding reviewer comments. Currently available profiling formats have numerous advantages and some limitations. The advantages are related to their openness and chances of boosting the researcher impact. Some of the profiling websites are complementary to each other. The underutilization of various profiling websites and their inappropriate uses for promotion of 'predatory' journals are among reported limitations. A combined approach to the profiling systems is advocated in this article.

A Study on Trends of the Librarian's Task in Academic Library 2.0 (대학도서관 2.0에서 사서의 업무 방향)

  • Lee, Hyun-Sil
    • Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.147-168
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    • 2007
  • Academic library 2.0 which is adapted from Web 2.0 is expected to reform library services. This study analysed the librarian's tasks in the new environment of academic library 2.0 to provide a base of new task development that combined traditional and new works. The analysing of a librarian's tasks resulted in some changes to the concept of traditional tasks like that of : 'Collection Development and Acquisitions' changed to 'Resource Development', 'Cataloging and Classification' changed to 'Technical Development', 'Circulation' changed to 'Information Literacy'. 'Reference Work' changed to 'Service Development', 'Preservation' changed to 'Archiving'. The Tasks of a Librarian is expanding and the important issues for 'Expanding the Professional Role of the Librarian' are cooperation, educational culture and technological ability.

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