Thesauri and Ontologies for Digital Libraries c ©

  title={Thesauri and Ontologies for Digital Libraries c ©},
  author={Pavel Smrz and Anna Sinopalnikova and Martin Povoln{\'y}},
The paper discusses the importance of thesauri and ontologies for digital libraries. The role of multilingual ontologies as well as other lexical resources is tackled. We briefly survey and compare different forms of assistance used to make information stored in digital libraries more accessible for humans and more understandable for computers. A special attention is payed to the role of thesauri and ontologies in structuring, indexing and searching digital document collections. We also present… CONTINUE READING


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