User-Centered Maintenance of Concept Hierarchies

@inproceedings{Eckert2011UserCenteredMO,
  title={User-Centered Maintenance of Concept Hierarchies},
  author={K. Eckert and Robert Meusel and Heiner Stuckenschmidt},
  year={2011}
}
Taxonomies are hierarchical concept representations that have numerous important applications from improved indexing of document collections to faceted browsing and semantic search applications. The maintenance of taxonomies includes the dynamic extension, analysis, and visualization of these representations. Instead of focusing on the construction of taxonomies from scratch, however, the authors describe several successful approaches to the semi-automatic maintenance of taxonomies. These… 
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Usage-driven maintenance of knowledge organization systems
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App approaches are provided that support the maintenance of hierarchical knowledge organization systems, like thesauri, classifications, or taxonomies, by making information about the usage of KOS concepts available to the maintainer by means of the ICE-Map Visualization.

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