Library Classification Trends in the 21st Century traces development in and around library classification as reported in literature published in the first decade of the 21st century. It reviews literature published on various aspects of library classification, including modern applications of classification such as internet resource discovery, automatic book classification, text categorization, modern manifestations of classification such as taxonomies, folksonomies and ontologies and interoperable systems enabling crosswalk. The book also features classification education and an exploration of relevant topics. Covers all aspects of library classification It is the only book that reviews literature published over a decadeas time span (1999-2009) Well thought chapterization which is in tune with the LIS and classification curriculumof classification in online systems is presented by Jansen, Booth and Spink (2008 ), i.e. a system to classify user intent for web searching. This classification consists of three levels, i.e. informational, navigation and transactions intent. Based on these three levels, the ... Comparison of this classification system with the manual system of classification showed better accuracy. Do the modern search enginesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Library Classification Trends in the 21st Century|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2011-11-18|