information science

Glossary of Terms Relating to Thesauri and Other Forms of Structured Vocabulary for Information Retrieval

"Confusion often arises when different people use terms to mean different things. In drawing up the following list I am grateful for suggestions and comments from three consultant colleagues who specialise in the development and use of thesauri and other forms of structured vocabulary for information retrieval: Stella Dextre Clarke, Alan Gilchrist and Ron Davies.

Glossario di Organizzazione della Conoscenza

"Versione estesa e aggiornata del glossario pubblicato nel libro 'Organizzare la conoscenza : dalle biblioteche all'architettura dell'informazione per il Web' di Claudio Gnoli, Vittorio Marino e Luca Rosati, Hops, 2006. Hanno collaborato Fulvio Mazzocchi e Riccardo Ridi.
Le voci in italiano sono scritte in tondo, mentre i loro equivalenti inglesi in corsivo. L'illustrazione dei termini ha soprattutto uno scopo esplicativo e non pretende di costituire una definizione perfetta ed esaustiva."

"Extended and up-to-date version of the glossary published in Claudio Gnoli, Vittorio Marino, and Luca Rosati, Hops, 2006. Collaboration with Fulvio Mazzocchi and Riccardo Ridi in the book 'Organizing knowledge: from libraries to the information architecture for the Web'.
The entries in Italian are written in round, while their English equivalents in italics. The illustration of terms is above all an explanatory purpose and does not pretend to constitute a perfect and exhaustive definition. "

Glossary of Library & Information Science

"Glossary of Library & Information Science is a glossary and dictionary of terms and acronyms of librarianship, library science, information science, and information technology. This is brought out (...) for the librarians all across the globe and the users of Librarianship Studies & Information Technology blog. Glossary of Library & Information Science is presently under development. Individual entries of the glossary will appear as a blog post on Librarianship Studies & Information Technology blog.

kid-Systematik

"Die Signatur der kid-Bücher setzt sich aus Grundsignatur und Individualsignatur zusammen. Die Grundsignatur wird von der Individualsignatur im OPAC durch '/' getrennt, auf dem Signaturaufkleber am Buch durch einen waagerechten Strich. Eine der Signatur vorangestellte '6' kennzeichnet die Mediothek als Standort des Werkes. Die Grundsignatur setzt sich aus der Fachgebietsbezeichnung kid (= Kybernetik / Informatik / Datenverarbeitung) und einer numerischen Fachgruppenbezeichnung zusammen (kid 80). (...) Die eindeutige Kennzeichnung eines Buches wird durch die Individualsignatur erreicht.

A german shelf mark about kid-books. "kid" is the abbreviation for "cybernetics informations data-handling".

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