Tools for Managing, Making Accessible and Promoting Electronic Information Resources
Koordinátor sekce: Miroslav Bartošek, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Čas a místo: May 26, 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM, Vencovsky Aula
From Collections Processing to Ontologies
- Nadežda Andrejčíková, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava - Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Slovak Republic
- Materiály ke stažení
The aim of this paper is to remind the necessity of change of attitude to document processing (generally – information object) in all memory institutions (but it's possible to start in libraries). Despite the fact that the need of a change have been pointed out earlier, the traditional rules and proceedings are changing very slowly. The basis should be a different attitude to solving the situation – especially change of view of documents (to information objects); explanation and understanding of the meaning of changes (achievment should be semantic interoperability) and thereafter would be possible to formulate and interprete the new rules.
The paper briefly summarizes current situation in processing with a critical overview of limitations in using potential of current devices (knowledge organization systems, creating relations among entities). Afterwards it describes the steps that would lead to semantic interoperability in two levels: metadata and representation of knowledge.
In the conclusion are to be found few examlpes which ilustrate that currently accessible devices let us proceed from using cataloguing cards to describing relations between particular entites of information object.
- Profesní informace o autorovi
Author graduated from the Slovak University of Agriculture, division: Automatic control systems. She worked as programmer-analyst in company PVT in Czech Republic. Since 1992 she devoted herself to library systems and floated companies Cosmotron Bohemia and Slovakia. The companies are focused on analysis, developement, implementation and administration of library information system Advanced Rapid Library.
She is the director and the owner of the companies. She also acts as a consultant of the international standards for data processing and information access in the memory institutions and also as a scientific assistant in Department of Informatics and Information Technologies on Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava.