13th Conference on Professional Information Resources

Paper details

Searching the Web and Heterogeneous Information Resources for Institutions

Session coordinator: Jakub Petřík, Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic

Where: 29. 5. 2008, 13.30 - 16.50, New Auditorium

Web 2.0, Search 2.0 - Where Is Rhyme?

Autor: Vilém Sklenák, University of Economics, Czech Republic



Influences of principles of Web 2.0 to search engines - to "standard" engines, beginning of new search engines. Search 2.0 - what is it? Wikia - has chance for success? Quaero - where is it?

About author:

Assistent professor and head of the department at department information and knowledge engineering. Main research area is information retrieval a electronic processing of documents. He guaranteed courses for study programm of Applied Informatics and also for other study programms at Prague University of Economics. Author of monography "Data, information, knowledge and Internet" (in Czech) - C. H. Beck, 2001. He collaborate with Centre of Information and Library Services on automation of library processes and on implementation of new technologies. He develope and administrate database of publication activities on Prague University of Economics.

Other papers in this session:

Finding Material for Presentations in the Web 2.0 and Using It

Author: Patrick Danowski, Berlin State Library, Germany

Memory Institutions And Their Services in Enviroment of Web2.0. Authorities As Ontological Platform For Making Accessible of Memory Institutions Collections.

Author: Nadežda Andrejčíková, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava - Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Slovak republic

Deep Indexing: An Innovation in Search and Discovery of Scholarly Material

Author: Jim McGinty, Cambridge Information Group, USA

Innovative Approach To Information Overload Solution

Author: Jiří Šmerda, Masaryk University - Institute of Computer Science, Czech Republic


Vladimír Dosoudil / Marek Winkler, Masaryk University - Faculty of Informatics

Detection of the Thematic Social Nets with the Aid of WWW

Author: Jiří Jelínek, University of Economics - Faculty of Management, Czech Republic