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Volume 18, Issue 4 - Dec 2001
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A Study on the Development of Metadata of Moving Images
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 15~35
This paper suggests metadata as an effective search tool suitable for moving images on the web. Dublin Core, a leading metagata sceme of web resources, and MPEG-7, a coming international standard developed by MPEG, are used to construct a hybrid metadata scheme. RDF is selected as a framework for a matadata description and Moving Image Core was developed as a RDF schema. Finally, RDF/XML encoded metadata of moving images are retrieved throuth web-based database system using ASP technology.
A Study on an Automatic Summarization System Using Verb-Based Sentence Patterns
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 37~55
The purpose of this study is to present a text summarization system using a knowledge base containing information about verbs and their arguments that are statistically obtained from a subject domain. The system consists of two modules: the training module and the summarization module. The training module is to extract cue verbs and their basic sentence patterns by counting the frequency of verbs and case markers respectively, and the summarization module is substantiate basic sentence patterns and to generate summaries. Basic sentence patterns are substantiated by applying substantiation rules to the syntactics structure of sentences. A summary is then produced by connecting simple sentences that the are generated through the substantiation module of basic sentence patterns. ‘robbery’in the daily newspapers are selected for a test collection. The system generates natural summaries without losing any essential information by combining both cue verbs and essential arguments. In addition, the use of statistical techniques makes it possible to apply this system to other subject domains through its learning capability.
A Study on the Design and Implementation of Metadata for Archival and Manuscripts Control
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 57~79
The study designs and implements a metadata management system for archival and manuscripts control. It has two purposes. First purpose is to organize the collection that the Institution of Korean Church History holds by using the proposed metadata format. Second purpose is to suggest the model and framework for managing the collection. The proposed metadata is designed based on ISAD(G), USMARC AMC, EAD and Ebind, By using the proposed metadata, the collection management system, which allows an integrated retrieval, is implemented. In order to evaluate the efficiency of the proposed system as well as to gain the basic data for the improvement of the proposed system, a questionnaire survey through e-mail is conducted. The evaluation results will be utilized for improving and upgrading the proposed system, and the phrased implementation of applying the system to digital libraries is suggested.
Library Material Acquisition Process Modeling Applying UML
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 83~101
This study is redesigned library acquisition process to migrate library offline process to online applying the concepts of BPR(Business Process Reengineering), Business Process and Workflows in electronic commerce, and UML that is a one of visual modeling methods was applied to new model form software development. The new model can be processed library’s acquisition process efficiently and rapidly. And library and information center would migrate their back office work from offline to online using this model, so that new roles for librarian in the digital age will be created. The directions of digital library research should be accepted various application technologies like electronic commerce to get synergy effect in the near future.
An Analysis on Correlations between the Factors Related to Collection Development and Collection Size of University Libraries in Korea
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 103~125
The study is to analyze correlation between 12 factors related to the collection development and the collection size by the type of materials of university libraries in Korea. The results of this study are summarized as follows. The result of the correlation analysis: the number of volumes and serials titles showed the positive correlation, except 1∼2 factors by the founder, but there was no correlation between most of factors and the number of nonbok materials. And as the result of Spearman correlation analysis, the rank between correlation coefficients of the national university libraries and those of the private ones showed the coincidence of 61% only in the case of serials. The results of the bring out the significant differences only in total volumes. By the type of materials, between total volumes and added ones, most of factors revealed the higher correlation with total volumes; between added volumes and serial titles, 2∼3 factors brought out the higher correlation with serial titles; between total volumes and serial titles, most of factors showed the higher correlation with total volumes.
A Study on Limitations on the Right of Reproduction and Right of Communication to the Public in Digital Networked Environment
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 127~142
It has been criticized that the right of reproduction and right of communication to the public in the Copyrigt Act of Korea, which was amended in the year of 2000 in line with new environments around digital networks, limited the limitation to author’s property right in private use and library exemption too much. Solving the problem above, this study analyzes comparatively WCT, Amended Proposal for a Directive on Copyright and Related Rights in the Information Society, Copyright Law of the United States of America, Copyright Amendment(Digital Agenda), and Copyright Act of Korea. Based on the results from related case analyses and a survey on how stakeholders view copyright issue, in addition, this study presents a reasonable way of limiting rights of reproduction and rights of communication to the public.
A Study on Development a Model for an Integrated National Management System of Information Services in the Science, Technology and Industry Sectors in Korea
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 143~162
The purpose of this study is to develope a model for an integrated national management system of information services in the science, technology and industry sectors by assigning major roles to KISTI which was set up by the merge of KINITI and KORDIC. In order to determine these roles, this study investigates the characteristics and significance of national information services in the science, technology and industry sectors, and analyzes the functions and problems of KISTI and the other information service institutes in Korea.
Information Seeking, Evaluation, and Use on the Internet: A Case Study of Science and Engineering Scholars
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 163~181
The Internet offers a challenging information seeking environment for users due to a great amount of information, heterogeneous objects, and diverse information quality. The purpose of this study was to identify the ways of information seeking, evaluating, and using in the Internet by looking at search behaviors of science and engineering scholars in Korean university. The research problems addressed in the study include the utility of web information, information searching strategies, the extent of search engines usage, and scholarly value of information in the Internet. The data were collected through individual interviews with 28 scholars recruited from science and engineering fields at the Myongji University. It was found that the scholars in this study less likely turn to search engines for finding research information than types of information while they use search engines primarily for searching personal information such as travel and hobbies. This is partly because the scholars believe that the information, especially research-related information, in the Internet lacks the value as scholarly information. They also tend to believe that foreign literature available in the Internet is more credible, professional, and recent than domestic literature. In conclusion, the implications for search engine developers, librarians, and researchers as users and producers in the Internet are discussed.
An Image Retrieval System with Multiple Access Modes
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 183~200
The traditional way of access to image information is through descriptive keyword searching. However, many studies in image indexing and retrieval have reached a consensus on the difficulties and limitations of text-base image description. This research investigates the feasibility of using visual browsing that is being used comparatively much less than keyword searching. The effectiveness of Keyword access versus visual access were examined through experiments in which participants searched for pictures of specified emotions using different access modes: keywords only, visual browsing only, and the combination of both. It was found that keyword searching was appropriate for clean searches while visual browsing was the effective way to browse many pictures quickly, thus finding more relevant pictures. Findings and results can guide of images retrieval systems, especially the retrieval system of subjective and interpretive information.
A Study of Classification Systems in the Internet Shopping Malls
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 201~215
The purpose of this study is to identify how to construct an internet shopping mall classification system used on the library classification theories. To aid in identifying classification system, this study focused on the Ranganathan’s classification canons; canons for characteristics, canons for terms. The study shows six priniciples for an internet shopping mall classification system construct: products’characteristics, inclusiveness, various access points, category sequence and term consistency, term currency and obviousness, no term duplication. For future research, product’s search patterns and relationship to interface are suggested
A Study on Implementation of XML/KORMARC System
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 18, issue 4, 2001, Pages 217~233
KORMARC used in library bibliographic information, had been pointed several weaknesses such as inflexibility lack of link information and compatibility. In addition, a sudden increase in digital information associated with development of internet is demanding an integration of web resources metadata as the resource of library information. This study mentioned XML/KORAMARC system or adaption of XML standard format turned out to be the most efficient way to use KORMARC formats and to expand the range of those information service such as bibliographic information, factual information, referral information and full-text.