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Journal of Information Management
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Volume 26, Issue 4 - Dec 1995
Volume 26, Issue 3 - Sep 1995
Volume 26, Issue 2 - Jun 1995
Volume 26, Issue 1 - Mar 1995
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A Comparative Study on the Functional Similarities between Four Commercial IRS's and ISO 8777
Chung, Young-Mee ; Yoo, Jae-Bok ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 2, 1995, Pages 1~36
The purpose of this study is to analyze fundamental six functions of DIALOG, STN, ORBIT and CDP and then investigate the similarities of the four systems in terms of the functions, and also to compare the commands of these systems with ISO 8777 which is an international standard of command language for the interactive text searching. It was found that there are few differences between the four systems and ISO 8777 in functional aspects, but few similarities in command expression aspects. In addition, it was proven that these four systems are more effective than ISO 8777 in some commands.
A Study on the Systematic Method for Information Management
Park, Cheol-Kyun ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 2, 1995, Pages 37~60
Company needs information management activities for establishing the R&D plans and for working out countermeasures against changes of environment which threaten the management. Nowadays the quantity of information to be gathered is increasing and uncertainties in decision making are also increasing, so the importance of the systematic activities for information are highly recogniyed In this paper, information management method that can be useful for some companies are suggested. Most of information management division in small & medium sized organizations have problems with respect to information analysis. In this study solutions for those problems ane also suggested.
Subject Searching Using Controlled Vocabulary Versus Uncontrolled Vocaburary in Online Catalog System: Focusing on Multilingual Environment
Choi, Hee-Yoon ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 2, 1995, Pages 61~79
The purpose of this paper is to investigate search efficiency of controlled vocabulary versus uncontrolled vocabulary subject access in online catalog systems. The question of the effectiveness of controlled versus uncontrolled vocabulary in information retrieval has been raised in many literatures. A debate continues in the Library and Information Science Professions over the relative merit, appropriateness, and efficiency of uncontrolled vocabulary subject access in online catalog systems. Actually users used to combine uncontrolled vocabulary subject searching with controlled vocabulary subject searching. But the success of user's subject search depends on his choice of search terms. Also the technical developments that facilitate cooperation among information services in general make it increasingly possible for such cooperation to take place on an international level. In this study, several common types of vocabularies on online catalog systems are described and compared, especially usages of vocabularies in multilingual environment are analyzed.
A Study on the Information Services of SciTech Libraries to industries in Korea
Kim, Hong-Ryul ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 2, 1995, Pages 80~110
This study was carried out to analyze different types of information services to industries, provided by the Technical Information Department of government-supported research institutes. Today, demands on information of new technology have been rapidly increased with the expansion of information mind in enterprises. Managers, specially in profit organizations, are hunting for the technological information since they recognize that acquisition of information is directly connected with the success of business and technological innovation. However, it is not easy for them to get appropriate information due to such factors as competition, information blocking among profit organizations, shortage of holding library, etc. The roles of SciTech libraries can be divided into two parts; the first one is to promote information exchange among organizations, and the second one to supply users with proper information, processed and analyzed by the specialists. In this study, fifteen Technical Information Department of government-supported research institutes are surveyed to investigate their information services to industries. The results of survey show that their services are not enough to support industries successfully.
The Future of Scientific Journals : Lessons from the Past
Schaffer, Ann C. ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 26, issue 2, 1995, Pages 111~130
New technologies will soon bring fundamental changes to the process of scientific communication. To understand the path that these changes may take in the future, we need to take a careful look at the past. By examining the history of scientific communication, we can see how new technologies can interact with changes in communication forms. By looking at the complex roles that journals have traditionally played, we can better understand how and when journals may incorporate these new technologies. From these models we can project that electronic journals must meet the basic needs that print journals do, that they will initially maintain many of the features of traditional print journals, that their transformation may be driven by external forces, and that they will be slow in reaching their full potential.