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Design of Object-based Information System Prototype
Yoo, Suhyeon; Shin, Sumi; Kim, Hyesun;
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 Abstract
Researchers who use science and technology information were found to ask an information service in which they can excerpt the contents they needed, rather than using the information at article level. In this study, we micronized the contents of scholarly articles into text, image, and table and then constructed a micro-content DB to design a new information system prototype based on this micro-content. After designing the prototype, we performed usability test for this prototype so as to confirm the usefulness of the system prototype. We expect that the outcome of this study will fulfill the segmented and diversified information need of researchers.
 Keywords
Micro-content;Content Object;Contents Clipping Service;Article Clipping;Image Clipping;Deep Indexing;
 Language
English
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