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Metadata Interoperability and Standardization - A Study of Methodology, Part I: Achieving Interoperability at the Schema Level
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An analysis of the methods that have been used to achieve or improve interoperability among metadata schemas and applications, for the purposes of facilitating conversion and exchange of metadata and enabling cross-domain metadata harvesting and federated searches. Expand
Linking folksonomy to Library of Congress subject headings: an exploratory study
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The linking of a folksonomy (user vocabulary) and LCSH (controlled vocabulary) on the basis of word matching, for the potential use of LCSH in bringing order to folksonomies is investigated. Expand
Cataloging and Classification: An Introduction
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This chapter discusses the history of cataloguing in the United States, and some of the techniques used in the development of modern cataloguing practices were developed in the 1950s and 1960s. Expand
Trends and issues in establishing interoperability among knowledge organization systems
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It is concluded that interoperability of KOS is an unavoidable issue and process in today's networked environment and there have been and will be many multilingual products and services, with many involving various structured systems. Expand
Metadata Interoperability and Standardization - A Study of Methodology, Part II: Achieving Interoperability at the Record and Repository Levels
This is the second part of an analysis of the methods that have been used to achieve or improve interoperability among metadata schemas and their applications in order to facilitate the conversionExpand
Dewey Decimal Classification: A Practical Guide
Inter-Indexer Consistency in Subject Cataloging.
Instructional materials used in teaching cataloging and classification
An informal survey was conducted for the purpose of identifying instructional materials used in teaching cataloging and classification in library and information science programs in the United StatesExpand
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