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An Extraction Method of Bibliographic Information from the US Patents: Using an HTML Parsing Technique
Han, Yoo-Jin ; Oh, Seung-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 7~20
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.007
This study aims to provide a method of extracting the most recent information on US patent documents. An HTML paring technique that can directly connect to the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Web page is adopted. After obtaining a list of 50 documents through a keyword searching method, this study suggested an algorithm, using HTML parsing techniques, which can extract a patent number, an applicant, and the US patent class information. The study also revealed an algorithm by which we can extract both patents and subsequent patents using their closely connected relationship, that is a very distinctive characteristic of US patent documents. Although the proposed method has several limitations, it can supplement existing databases effectively in terms of timeliness and comprehensiveness.
Answerers' Strategies to Provide Credible Information in Question Answering Community
Kim, Soo-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 21~35
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.021
The popularity of question answering communities such as Yahoo! Answers and Naver Knowledge-iN and increasing doubts about the competence of lay information providers prompted this study to explore answerers' strategies to provide a credible answer in a question answering community. Forty-four active answerers in Yahoo! Answers were included in this study, and interviews were conducted through email, chat, and over the telephone. This study identified a set of information sources the answerers used, an array of important strategies to provide a credible answer, and their perception of self-claimed expertise. Implications of results were discussed in the context of user instruction.
Examining Categorical Transition and Query Reformulation Patterns in Image Search Process
Chung, Eun-Kyung ; Yoon, Jung-Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 37~60
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.037
The purpose of this study is to investigate image search query reformulation patterns in relation to image attribute categories. A total of 592 sessions and 2,445 queries from the Excite Web search engine log data were analyzed by utilizing Batley's visual information types and two facets and seven sub-facets of query reformulation patterns. The results of this study are organized with two folds: query reformulation and categorical transition. As the most dominant categories of queries are specific and general/nameable, this tendency stays over various search stages. From the perspective of reformulation patterns, while the Parallel movement is the most dominant, there are slight differences depending on initial or preceding query categories. In examining categorical transitions, it was found that 60-80% of search queries were reformulated within the same categories of image attributes. These findings may be applied to practice and implementation of image retrieval systems in terms of assisting users' query term selection and effective thesauri development.
Social Network Approach for Sharing Knowledge: How Can the Structure and Characteristics of Social Networks Support for Sharing Knowledge?
Lee, Jeong-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 61~74
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.061
The knowledge sharing in a knowledge management process is much affecting generation and distribution of knowledge. Especially, the knowledge distribution is being revitalized with the center of social media service like twitter and library service 2.0 in the knowledge-based IT (Information Technology) environment. The present research analyzed the structure and characteristics of a social network inside an organization that is growing like an organism through self-organization through tools for SNA (Social Network Analysis) and multiple regression analysis of independent variables such as 1) a relationship between social network's structure and knowledge sharing, 2) a relationship between structural holes and knowledge sharing influence of centrality, 3) a relationship between individual ability and knowledge sharing of information technology and work recognition.
Faceted Framework for Metadata Interoperability
Lee, Seung-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 75~94
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.075
In the current information environment, metadata interoperability has become the predominant way of organizing and managing resources. However, current approaches to metadata interoperability focus on the superficial mapping between labels of metadata elements without considering semantics of each element. This research applied facet analysis to address these difficulties in achieving metadata interoperability. By categorizing metadata elements according to these semantic and functional similarities, this research identified different types of facets: basic, conceptual, and relational. Through these different facets, a faceted framework was constructed to mediate semantic, syntactical, and structural differences across heterogeneous metadata standards.
A Study on User Satisfaction with CJK Romanization in the OCLC WorldCat System
Ha, Yoo-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 95~115
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.095
The purpose of this study is to investigate how individuals assess Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK) transliterated bibliographic information on current library catalogs. Two separate studies, a survey and an experiment, were conducted using the WorldCat system. Users noted that Romanization has many issues which can inhibit user‘s ability to understand the transliterated bibliographic information even when it is in the person’s own native language and even when the individual had extensive experience with transliteration systems. The experimental results also supported these findings: participants had better results and satisfaction when looking for information written in English than when searching for transliterated information written in their native language. Implications for future research suggests a need to investigate user preferences for translation vs. transliteration of bibliographic information. This study proposes consideration of using English translation as a parallel link with CJK Romanization for bibliographic information.
A Study on Research Trends Analysis of Medical Information Management
Kim, Hee-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 117~127
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.117
In this study, the author examined medical information management research trends in abroad and Korea from the perspectives of library and information science. LISA was used to collect research data in abroad from 2007 to 2010 (a total of 225 research articles). Korean studies were investigated using DBPIA to compare research trends. Content analysis results based on subject category show that research in abroad increased consistently and electronic resources and collection-related subjects were frequently studied. In Korea, the electronic resources and collection-related research proportion was also high, and much research was done in the areas of bibliometrics. However, medical information management researches did not increase in Korea between 2000 and 2010.
Longitudinal Analysis of Information Science Research in JASIST 1985-2009
Seo, Eun-Gyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 129~155
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.129
In recent years, the changes in information technology have been so dramatic and the rate of changes has increased so much that information science research rigorously evolves with the passage of time and proliferates in diverging research directions dynamically. The aims of this study are to provide a global overview of research trends in information science and to trace its changes in the main topics over time. The study examined the topics of research articles published in JASIST between 1985 and 2009 and identified its changes during five 5 year periods. The study found that the most productive area has consistently been 'Information Retrieval', followed by 'Informetrics', 'Information Use and Users', 'Network and Technology', and 'Publishing and Services'. Information retrieval is a predominant core area in Information Science covering computer-based handling of multimedia information, employment of new semantic methods from other disciplines, and mass information handling on virtual environments. Currently Informetric studies shift from finding existing phenomena to seeking valuable descriptive results and researchers of information use have concentrated especially on information-seeking aspects, so adding greater sophistication to the relatively simple approach taken in information retrieval.
Consideration of a Collaborative Based Taxonomy for a Reusable Information Management System
Torres, Mari ; Lee, Hyuk-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 157~171
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.157
This exploratory study outlines the rationalization of why Ontology's taxonomy requires a strong hierarchy, accuracy, and interoperability in order to be used as a successfully re-useable information management system. Finding the relevant information in a plethora of possible resources by bridging the gap between the user's needs and the resources of the information technology system is the goal that the information management field should find a way to achieve. This study is based on discussions and interviews with a taxonomist, information architect, and information manager, whose discussions were based on the usability and interoperability of the knowledge based information systems. These professional perspectives are necessary as they are the liaison between users and the information technology group. We found that in order for information managers to ensure successful sharing of knowledge across the end users, a common sense language must be issued in order to achieve reasoning for the artificial intelligence system.
Spatial Conditions of a Children's Library Supporting Children's Development: With Priority Given to User Benefit Criteria
Hong, Hyun-Jin ; Kang, Mi-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 173~199
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.173
The purpose of this study was to select the evaluation criteria for the physical spaces of a children's library in an effort to back up children's development in a more positive and constructive manner, as the physical spaces of a children's library are likely to affect their development. Theories of children's developmental characteristics were reviewed, and user benefit criteria were analyzed, which were the basis of the spatial conditions to facilitate their development in consideration of the developmental characteristics of different stages and domains. And then conceptual words that corresponded to the concept of benefit and commonly appeared in earlier studies of children's libraries and children's spaces were selected to embody the concept of benefit. 12 conceptual words were presented as corresponding words of benefit, out of which the majority were selected from among the previously selected words and some were added by this researcher. Several libraries were reviewed by the 12 standards, and a spatial criteria checklist for a children's library that focused on benefits provided to growing children was provided.
The Expected Role of Librarian 2.0 in the Library 2.0 Era
Syn, Sue-Yeon ; Kim, Sung-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 201~216
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.201
The idea of Library 2.0 originated from the concept of Web 2.0 social interactions within the Web. From this aspect, Library 2.0 is a library blended with Web 2.0. The most remarkable features of Library 2.0 are interactions and user involvement. Users' roles in new library environments are greater since they can contribute to establishing a library collection by annotating, blogging, reviewing, etc. While users' roles become important, the responsibilities of the librarians increase due to the unfiltered information created by users. Librarians now should extend their roles as information creators, organizers, providers, managers, as well as moderators. In this paper, we reviewed the current literature on the new paradigm of digital libraries, Library 2.0, and the development of Library 2.0. In addition, we discuss the extended role of the Librarian 2.0 in Library 2.0.
An Analytical Interpretation of Cultural Resources in Terms of Digital Archiving
Chung, Jun-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 217~224
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.217
This paper starts with the question, what are culture and cultural resources? The meanings of cultural resources are mentioned historically and archaeologically. The culture dynamic is introduced and the cultural resources are interpreted as processes and practices along with which culture is produced and reproduced through the action of individual. Digital archiving concluds that the cultural resources are only meaningful when they are archived with their contexts and processes. Finally paper induces that cultural archives could be valuable, when they are preserved (synthetic), recognized (contextual) and enjoyed (exhibited, experienced or practically used).
Implications of Social Tagging for Digital Libraries: Benefiting from User Collaboration in the Creation of Digital Knowledge
Choi, Yun-Seon ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 225~239
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.225
This study aims to answer whether social tagging through user collaboration could be utilized for the creation of digital knowledge of the web, and whether we could verify the quality and efficacy of social tagging to obtain benefits from it. In particular, this paper examines the inter-indexer consistency of social tagging in comparison to professional indexing. It employs two different similarity measures, both of which are based on the Vector Space Model to deal with numerous indexers. It contributes to the utilization of social tagging in the organization of the web, and encourages to adopt social knowledge in developing suitable vocabularies for resources newly generated in the digital library environment. Furthermore, the comparative analysis with two different measures produced more credible results by illustrating a similar pattern of indexing tendency in both measures.
Document Clustering Using Reference Titles
Choi, Sang-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 27, issue 2, 2010, Pages 241~252
DOI : 10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.2.241
Titles have been regarded as having effective clustering features, but they sometimes fail to represent the topic of a document and result in poorly generated document clusters. This study aims to improve the performance of document clustering with titles by suggesting titles in the citation bibliography as a clustering feature. Titles of original literature, titles in the citation bibliography, and an aggregation of both titles were adapted to measure the performance of clustering. Each feature was combined with three hierarchical clustering methods, within group average linkage, complete linkage, and Ward's method in the clustering experiment. The best practice case of this experiment was clustering document with features from both titles by within-groups average method.