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Volume 14 - Dec 1987
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A STUDY OF INFERENCE IN CLASSIFIED CATALOGUE
Yoo Soyoung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 14, 1987, Pages 3~18
The factors which can help the library users trace the specific subject that she or he needs are most important, when they are not sure of what they need exactly in front of a classified catalogue. This study is about what the factors are and how the factors affect the inference of users' reasoning structure. Since the classified catalogues are reflected by the classification structure, naturally the logic in the classification system becomes the focus of the study. This study concludes the classification system which enables the library users to use their reasoning capabilities, viz. the classification system which can help the users trace the specific subject even as they are not sure of the exact subject they need has following factors in the system. 1. It should have the validity based on the facts in the components of the classification system. 2. It should be logically arranged when the components of the classification system are placed in due sequence. 3. The notation of the system should be based on mnemonics. The reason is that the indispensable factors in the formation of inference of human reasoning structure are: 1. the premises which are based on the facts and 2. the logical relationship between the premises and conclusions which are induced from the premises.
A Comparative Study on the Management in KDC, DDC, and NDC.
Kim Myung-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 14, 1987, Pages 19~65
Library classification schedule IS based on the classification theory, principle and the system of the classification of science. It should be consisted of the basic principle of library classification which should use the library materials effectively. Continuous study and research on the each subject field of the discipline are essential for keeping up with the transformation of each learning field and the change of modern society. In this paper, I studied comparatively the sections and subsections of the management in KDC, DDC and NDC and reviewed the academic systems of each subject area in the management. I tried to compare the relationship beween the structure of library classifications and academic systems for the more specialized subsections of the management. KDC is influenced by the principle and structure of DDC, but I found that KDC is more similar to NDC than DDC in the sections and subsections of the management. Being un sufficient of subsections of KDC and NDC, they are not enough for the expansion and specialization of the subsections in the management. DDC is necessary to re-schedule for the proper expansion of 650 and 658 with reflection of the importance of that sections and academic systems. In this study, I adoped 9 sections of management, (1) Management policy (2) Administrative organization (3) Personnel (4) Office management and business information management (5) Marketing (6) Financial management (7) Production management (8) Accounting (9) International management. It would be necessary for us to study continuously about the specilized subsubsections of the management for the more professional classification.
Artificial Intelligence Applications in Library and Information Science
Chung Young Mee ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 14, 1987, Pages 67~92
In this paper, artificial intelligence applications in library and information science are reviewed. Especially, natural language processing and expert systems are represented as the two major application areas. In natural language processing, natural language interface systems and .question-answering systems are discussed in detail with some specific examples. In the second part of the paper, online search intermidiary systems, reference expert systems, classification and cataloging expert systems are described as possible expert systems to be developed in libraries and information systems. As a conclusion, implications of the artificial intelligence applications for librarians and information scientists are suggested.
A Study on the Quantitative Analysis of Scientific Communication
Kim Hyun-hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 14, 1987, Pages 93~130
Scientific communication is an information exchange activity between scientists. Scientific communication is carried out in a variety of informal and formal ways. Basically, informal communication takes place by word of mouth, whereas formal communication occurs via the written word. Science is a highly interdependent activity in which each scientist builds upon the work of colleagues past and present. Consequently, science depends heavily on scientific communication. In this study, three mathematical models, namly Brillouin measure, logistic equation, and Markov chain are examined. These models provide one with a means of describing and predicting the behavior of scientific communication process. These mathematical models can be applied to construct quality filtering algorithms for subject literature which identify synthesized elements (authors, papers, and journals). Each suggests a different type of application. Quality filtering for authors can be useful to funding agencies in terms of identifying individuals doing the best work in a given area or subarea. Quality filtering with respect to papers can be useful in constructing information retrieval and dissemination systems for the community of scientists interested m the field. The quality filtering of journals can be a basis for the establishment of small quality libraries based on local interests in a variety of situations, ranging from the collection of an individual scientist or physician to research centers to developing countries. The objective of this study is to establish the theoretical framework for informetrics which is defined as the quantitative analysis of scientific communication, by investigating mathematical models of scientific communication.
A Study on Kwansanggam Type
Kim Sang Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 14, 1987, Pages 131~148
The Yi-Dynasty published the calendars printed by means of woodblock and typeprinting for the purpose of informing its people of four seasonal changes and appropriate time for farming. The printing types were used to publish the calendars in those days varied depending upon the kinds of the calendars, but all those types are known as only one name: Kwansanggam Type. This is because there have been little studies on the different kinds of printing types. As a result, there are many cases where the libraries make erroneous notes in their catalogues. This study points up the fact that four different kinds of Kwansanggam Type were used depending upon the nature of the calendars. For classification purpose, I call these types Daetongryokja, Naeyongsamsoja, Myongsiryokja, and Chiljongryokja. What has not been revealed in this study can be further explained as the more calendars of those days are found out.
Corporate Headings for Korean Corporate Bodies: Problems and Solutions
Hahn Soon-chung ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 14, 1987, Pages 149~173