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Volume 36, Issue 4 - Dec 2005
Volume 36, Issue 3 - Sep 2005
Volume 36, Issue 2 - Jun 2005
Volume 36, Issue 1 - Mar 2005
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A Comparative Study on Appraisal Policies of National Archives of UK, USA, Canada, and Australia
Seo, Eun-Gyoung ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 1~22
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.001
Appraisal is one of the most important record management tasks. Appraisal is the process of evaluating business activities to determine which records need to be captured and how long the records need to be kept to meet business, the requirements of organizational accountability and community expectations. Appraisal, therefore, is concerned with deciding both what records should be created to document a business activity and how long those records should be retained. This paper attempts to review the appraisal policies of four national archives in UK, USA, Canada, Australia, which have managed public records systematically and to compare appraisal policies in the following five parts such as 1) purpose, 2) appraisal objectives, 3) appraisal values, 4) procedures for appraisal, and 5) special considerations. Finally, the paper suggests the important items required when the Korean National Archives and Records Services develops their own appraisal policies.
A Study of Digital Archiving Policies for National S&T Information Resources
Seol, Moon-Won ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 23~49
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.023
The purpose of this study is to suggest the directions for building national digital archiving strategies. This present paper begins with surveying S&T information resources especially in public sector, and analyse the priority criteria for appraising and selecting the resources for long-term preservation. Emphasis is placed on identifying the critical tasks for each type of resources including scientific data, technical reports, theses, journal, web, e-prints, etc. and some levels of organizations in the national digital archiving framework. Based on the analysis, it suggests some strategic agenda for developing national digital archiving system.
Improving the Performance of a Fast Text Classifier with Document-side Feature Selection
Lee, Jae-Yun ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 51~69
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.051
High-speed classification method becomes an important research issue in text categorization systems. A fast text categorization technique, named feature value voting, is introduced recently on the text categorization problems. But the classification accuracy of this technique is not good as its classification speed. We present a novel approach for feature selection, named document-side feature selection, and apply it to feature value voting method. In this approach, there is no feature selection process in learning phase; but realtime feature selection is executed in classification phase. Our results show that feature value voting with document-side feature selection can allow fast and accurate text classification system, which seems to be competitive in classification performance with Support Vector Machines, the state-of-the-art text categorization algorithms.
A Survey of Portal Sites in Terms of Academic Information Retrieval
Lee, Jee-Yeon ; Park, Sung-Jae ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 71~89
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.071
This paper examines the ways of using information resources available through information retrieval systems of portal sites. We analyze the types of information resources, search capabilities, and interfaces of Naver, Empas, and Google Scholar. Naver's retrieval system sells research reports, papers, patents information, etc. to users, which is similar to C2C(Customer to Customer in e-commerce environment). Empas provides information from journals, research reports, and proceedings with no charge. Google Scholar's noteworthy efforts are their collaborative programs with and/or for major U.S. libraries, such as "Library Link" and "Library Project." Considering the extended information retrieval services of portals, especially the services like Google Scholar's library programs, libraries need to develop more specialized services, such as the customized information service for individual user, development of user convenience tools like OCLC WorldCat, more accessibility through ubiquitous library concept, and collaboration among libraries.
Improving Methods for Resources Selection and Classification Practice of Major Korean Directories
Kim, Sung-Won ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 91~115
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.091
While the amount of information exchanged through internet has dramatically increased recently, certain inefficiencies still exist with regard to the storage, distribution, and retrieval of information. As a means of improving efficiency in accessing information, many search portals provide directory services to present organized guidance to information, based on the classification schemes. This study examines the classification activities practiced by the major search portals in Korea and makes some suggestions to improve the quality of directory services.
Skills Framework for HRD in IT Industry
Ju, In-Joong ; Kim, Sang-Ho ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 117~136
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.117
'IT skills framework' provides a common reference model for the identification of the skills needed to develop effective information system making use of information and communications technologies. It is a simple and logical two-dimensional framework consisting of areas of work on axis and levels of responsibility on the other. It uses a common language and a sensible, logical structure that can be adapted for the HRD(human resources development) For example (1) gather labour market intelligence coherently and consistently (2) quantify the skill requirements of the ICT market (3) set up the career path for IT workers and so on.
A Study on the Improvement of Information Service Using Information System Log Analysis
Jho, Jae-Hyeong ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 137~153
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.137
For the improvement of information service, users' transaction log can be stored to the system, and the log analysis should be included in the process of service improvement. Also there are differences within kinds of users' log records and methods of analysis according to the institution's strategy. This paper describes the kinds of log records from users' behavior on information system. And its goal is to consider the case of information center which operates log analysis, and to derive a plan for improvement of information services.
Development of Cross Reference R&D Information Model using Topic Map
Kim, Jae-Sung ; Yoon, Chong-Min ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 155~174
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.155
Recently, under the pressure of national necessity, the national S&T information system(NTIS) for collecting, managing and distributing various R&D information is under discussion. The close inter-connections and cooperations among elements in R&D process, activity, information and data levels are the basis of national S&T information system. In this paper, we propose a cross reference model of R&D information. The proposed model includes research project, person and output information which are essential in the R&D activities. By using the proposed model, a cross navigating and referencing among R&D information is possible. And various queries on the models from various viewpoints are also possible. XML Topic Map, ISO13250 Standard, is used for development of the proposed model. The efficiencies and further practical usages of proposed model are discussed by demonstrating the proposed model with an example.
A Study on the Implementation and Service of the RSS Based Science and Technology Information Syndication System(STI-RSS)
Kwon, Lee-Nam ; Kim, Jae-Soo ; Shin, Dong-Gu ; Jhun, Sung-Jin ; Jeong, Teak-Young ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 175~198
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.175
Information services adopting RSS(Really Simple Syndication) is on an increase. It is replacing the existing email services. Information in the area of science and technology is of vast amount and various area and their life-cycle and service is complex. Institutions providing information of a single area are not faced with many obstacles in designing information services using RSS in acquiring a channel for the service. However, RSS service in the area of science and technology has to be more specific in designing and implementing the services. In this study, RSS is compared with other information service protocols, domestic and international trends in the area of RSS is analyzed to implement the RSS based Science and Technology information service system(STI-RSS) and its service.
Analysis on the Type of S&T Knowledge Expert Network : A Case Study of the Global Network of Korean Scientists & Engineers
Jeong, Yion-Il ; Lee, Joo-Young ; Yoon, Jung-Sun ;
Journal of Information Management, volume 36, issue 4, 2005, Pages 199~215
DOI : 10.1633/JIM.2005.36.4.199
Experts participating in the knowledge expert network externalize their implicit knowledge by providing information or writing reports. Almost all the members of the network share externalized knowledge and the network facilitate the dissemination and diffusion of knowledge. Individuals reproduce another implicit knowledge by internalizing shared knowledge through the network and re-created knowledge is externalized, establishing knowledge circulation. In this paper, we analyze the expert groups of the Global Network of Korean Scientists & Engineers(KOSEN, www.kosen21.org), the Korea's No. 1 science and engineering knowledge expert community, with the application of the theory of policy network proposed by Marsh & Rhodes. According to the principal standards of policy network classification such as the number of participants, interaction among participants, consistency, distribution of resources and dependency, we categorize the KOSEN expert groups as closed policy network and opened issue network, and divide closed policy network into core community and periphery community.