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REFERENCE LINKING PLATFORM OF KOREA S&T JOURNALS
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Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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Volume 33, Issue 4 - Dec 1999
Volume 33, Issue 3 - Sep 1999
Volume 33, Issue 2 - Jun 1999
Volume 33, Issue 1 - Mar 1999
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A Study on Local Publication in the Early
Kim Chi-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 17~27
The purpose of this these is aiming at making an investigation on the existing local publications which were including woodblock catalogs in the early Choson Dynasty and analysing the bibliographical matters. The overall findings of this study can be summarized as follows : First of all, publications contained in the woodblock catalogs are composed of 1292 titles. With the exclusion of 278 titles duplicated in Yongnamch' aekp'an-gi(221 titles) and Tong-gyongjapki(57 titles), there are one thousand fourteen titles in the woodblock catalogs in Kosach' waryo(989 titles) and Yongnamch' aekp'an-gi (25 titles). Secondly, publications which are included in woodblock catalog and being handed down to the present are composed of 160 titles. Excepting 43 titles which are duplicated in the woodblock catalogs containing Yongnamch' aekp'an-gi(33 titles) and Tong-gyongjapki(10 titles), there exist 117 titles. Thirdly, looking at the publications handed down to the present on the basis of location, 10 titles were published in five areas in Kangwon-do, 45 titles in 17 regions in Kyonsang-do, 33 titles in 10 areas in Cholla-do, 4 titles in 4 different areas in Chungchong-do two different areas in Pyongan-do, 1 titles in one area in Hamgyong-do, the other titles in three regions in Hwanghae-do.
A Study on Quality Evaluation & Improvement of CD-ROM Databases
Lee Eung-Bong ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 29~46
This study aims to evaluate the quality of CD-ROM databases: Korean MARC on Disc and Korean National Bibliographies on CD-ROM. The five criteria(accuracy, completeness, consistency on the quality of data itself and ease of use, variety of retrieval function on the quality of database services) are used to measure their quality. The purpose of this study was to diagnose the quality of two CD-ROM databases mentioned above and to analyses the measured result of quality comparatively and to find out the problems of them and also to provide possible suggestions for their improvements.
The Similarities and Differences between the Hyperlinking Practice of Scholarly E-journal Authors and the Traditional Citing Practice
Kim Hak-Joon ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 47~63
The purpose of this study was to Identify the similarities and differences between the hyperlinking practice of scholarly e-journal authors and conventional citing practice. 230 scholarly e-journal articles containing at least two hyperlinks and their authors were selected as the sample for the study. A mail questionnaire survey of the authors of the sampled e-journal articles was conducted (with a response rate of
) to collect quantitative data on the authors' hyperlinking motivations. In addition, a content analysis of the e-journal articles and the source documents hyperlinked in the articles was conducted to examine the patterns of hyperlinks. A comparison between the quantitative results of this hyperlinking study and previous citation studies was made. The results revealed not only some similarities but also several significant differences between them.
A Study on the Cross-Reference System based on Bibliographic Relations
Lee Yang-Sook ; Kim Tae-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 65~83
This study is intended to build a cross-reference system as syndetic device to provide bibliographic relations and to collocate variant access points through references, by developing a reference record format. To this end, the method of this study are as follows: First, the roles of references, which have long been used in traditional records, have been reviewed. Second, ways in which references are depicted not only by current cataloging rules but also by authority control systems are examined. Major characteristics of the reference record are summarized as fellows: 1) If variations either of an author name or of a title are made, or any related works are published, only a single reference record is created. This record uses existing authority records, and instead of adopting authority headings, it will expand the function of the explanatory reference as well as newly implementing a relational reference which can later be used as a reference record. 2) All the variations of identical personal or group names and of lilies are dealt as one access point. In place of current 'see' and 'see also' references, not drawing lines between authority heading(1XX field), 'see'(4XX field) and 'see also' reference(5XX field), all forms of names will be simply applied to record field '1XX'. 3) Any form of data elements, which are used as access points, will be described in '1XX' which has equal value. When a need arises to explain relationships between various access points, it can be met by applying the general explanation reference-name(666 field). Similarly, when there is a need to articulate bibliographic relationships between related works, they will be suggested through the title and relational reference. 4) The title and relational reference regulates related terms that each relation type contains its field, according to each relational type, by reclassifying entire fields in order to provide direct bibliographic relation types on reference records. 5) Pointers which are connected to each access point present reference control numbers.
A Study on the Paradigm Shift to Content Management in the Networked Environment
Nam Tae-Woo ; Moon Kyung-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 85~111
This study represents an attempt to forecast the increasingly complex and dynamic interplay between the transformation of media and collection management function in the networked environment. As the importance of electronic media rather than printed media is emphasized, there is a need to shift from the traditional collection management to content management for collection development strategy. In order to satisfy the needs of library users who have thirst for more various information, the traditional function of collection management has limitations. Therefore, we suggest that the future collection management must shift from the traditional collection management to content management.
A Study of the Evaluation Indicators in Korean Public Libraries
Lee Yong-Nam ; Hong Hyun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 113~131
This study is a nationwide survey of Korean public libraries to identify and analyze the usefulness of 69 evaluation indicators of a public library proposed by the authors in the previous paper. A random sample of respondents including library managers, librarians, and users rated the usefulness of each indicator in assessing the performance of a public library. The results of this study could be used as the basic data in the evaluation of public libraries by selecting appropriate indicators and giving weight on each indicator according to the specific evaluation purpose.
Conceptual Data Modeling and Information Retrieval System Design
Oh Sam-Gyun ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 133~156
The purpose of this paper is to show how conceptual data modeling can enhance current information retrieval (IR) systems. The conceptual database design provides for: 1) data mining capability to discover new knowledge based on the relationships between entities, and 2) integrating current separate databases into one IR system (e.g., integrating ISI Citation, a thesaurus, and bibliographic databases into one retrieval system) . Further, as new user requirements are unfolded, modifications of IR systems based on conceptual data modeling will be much easier to make than they were in the current IR systems because conceptual modeling facilitates flexible modifications. The enhanced Entity-Relationship (ER) model was employed in this study to develop conceptual schemas of IR data.
A Study on Qualification of the Librarians and Organization of Departments' Division with Library and Information Science under the New Educational System
Kwack Dong-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 157~182
This study examines various educational problems of library and information science with relation to the organization of departments' division, change of the curriculum, qualification of librarians, and so on under the new educational system in Korea. Based upon various analyses of these problems, this study derives some effective perspectives on the development in the library and information science.
A Review of Multi-media Network Infrastructure for DL
Yoo Sa-Rah ;
Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science, volume 33, issue 4, 1999, Pages 183~202
This article reviews the current infrastructure of multi-media network which has significant implications to digital library development and the networked information service. Network information service which is based on the digital technology has become quite popular in recent post-Web environment. But it is not easy and simple to develope digital library system with the rapid media innovation and digital network technology The existed multimedia network infrastructure need to be observed precisely and discussed critically in the context of economy and policy development for digital library service.