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Journal of Information Management
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Volume 32, Issue 3_4 - Dec 2001
Volume 32, Issue 2 - Sep 2001
Volume 32, Issue 1 - Jun 2001
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Implementation of One-Stop Service System on Domestic & Foreign Technology Information
Seo, Jin-Ny ; Noh, Kyung-Ran ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 32, issue 1, 2001, Pages 1~22
In traditional environment, user must search each journal OPAC, bibliographic DB, and full-text DB and E-Journal separately until user finds scientific and technology informations that he needs. The purpose of this study is to build one-click service system of Journals that supports integrating search. This system provides various functions, such as, journal browsing, journal search, article search, alert function, my library, document delivery service by integrating databases and electronic journals. Users search all information sources through journal OPAC and acquire journal full-text by single interface.
Authority Control in the Digital Age : A Study of Corporate Names in the OPACs in Korea
Yoon, Cheong-Ok ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 32, issue 1, 2001, Pages 23~49
The purpose of this study is to examine how corporate names are treated in the OPACs in Korea, and to find out how well the authority control is implemented. A corporate body often has different names and different forms of names which should be properly linked in the OPACs. Without the help of either references or internal links among such names and forms of names in the OPACs, users are likely to fail in getting the right results, In this study, the OPACs from the five major libraries, the National Assembly Library, KISTI, Yonsei University, the National Central Library, and the KERIS were examined. Major common findings include (1) the lack of consistency in applying cataloging rules, (2) the lack of proper authority control in treating corporate names, and (3) the lack of references or links among names and variant forms of names. Because of the small scale of this study, more comprehensive and thorough study seems to be needed. However, the overall improvement of cataloging practices and application of authority control is strongly suggested, based upon the findings.
Implementation of Network Management by Communicating Mobile Agents with the SNMP Agents
Jeon, Byung-Kook ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 32, issue 1, 2001, Pages 50~70
As todays's networks are typically heterogeneous and very often comprised of multi-platform, multi-vendor network components, mobile agents have been proposed as a solution to the problem of the management of increasingly heterogeneous networks. Mobile agents are no longer statically resident on managed devices for network management: in contrast, they are migratory, replaceable at any time as necessary, and may be equipped with mini expert systems which can diagnose and fix networks' faults on behalf of the manager. Therefore, in this paper, the MIB browsing facilities for network management using the JAMAS and mobile agents are implemented. That is, the network manager accesses the MIB information through mobile agents with which communicate the SNMP agent of each of managed devices. The implementation performance is also evaluated.
Electronic Books' Marketplaces : Status quo and Perspective
Kim, Eun-Jeong ; Kim, Sol-Mi ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 32, issue 1, 2001, Pages 71~86
The advancement of Internet and information technology allows people to access information and knowledge resources without the limit of time and place. Recent the development of various readers and wireless communication technologies has made It possible to facilitate the widespread use of electronic books. This paper is describes the definitions, features and advantages of e-books, and examines researches of technologies standards, and digital rights managements related to e-books in Korea and other countries. It also observes a future growth in the production and utilization of e-books in libraries.
Imaging for Libraries and Information Centers
Boss, Richard W. ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 32, issue 1, 2001, Pages 87~107
A Document Management System That Can Handle over Terabyte Order Data - An Integration of Self Organized Picture Search, 3D Graphics and DVD Changer Control Technology -
Yoshihiro, Mori ; Hiroyuki, Nitta ; Mitsuji, Inoue ; Koji, Kimura ; lzuru, Shimamoto ; Hiroharu, Ito ; Atsushi, Kitamachi ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 32, issue 1, 2001, Pages 108~119
Creating digital document by scanning paper or using a digital camera or using a computer is a daily task at every office. Digital document is increasing at high pace. The quantity of digital document is almost beyond the maximum capacity of the online storage and is destroying searching efficiency. To solve these problems, we developed a document management system(ChronoStar) by integrating various searching methods(Picture, Full-Text Related), 3D graphic and a DVD changer.