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1Balíková, M.: Subject authority control supported by classification : the case of National Library of the Czech Republic.
In: Classification and authority control: expanding resource discovery: proceedings of the International UDC Seminar 2015, 29-30 October 2015, Lisbon, Portugal. Eds.: Slavic, A. u. M.I. Cordeiro. Würzburg : Ergon-Verlag, 2015. S.97-98.
Abstract: From the very beginnings of library automation, subject authority control has been considered an important bibliographic tool in the Czech National Library (CNL). Effective subject access cannot exist without standardised access points. Subject authorities are considered an indispensable reference tool in supporting the selection of subject access points and normalizing content indexing. Most importantly, they are heavily relied upon when it comes to customisation of links between bibliographic records and subject access points in order to create a user-friendly subject browsing and searching environment. Because of the fact that the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) is widely used in Czech Libraries it has become a readily available language independent subject framework which can be complemented by a more user-friendly subject heading system. In this context, the subject authority control offers a means of enhancing subject headings' access points with terminology and the semantic links available in UDC. Furthermore classification is used to enrich relationships between authority records themselves. The author will discuss in more detail the different aspects and advantages of subject authorities in which a classification and a subject heading system complement one another and the way this is implemented in the CNL.
Inhalt: Präsentation unter: http://seminar.udcc.org/2015/images/Balikova_InternationalUDCSeminar2015.pdf.
2Balikova, M.: Focusing on user need : new ways of subject access in Czechia.
In: Subject access: preparing for the future. Conference on August 20 - 21, 2009 in Florence, the IFLA Classification and Indexing Section sponsored an IFLA satellite conference entitled "Looking at the Past and Preparing for the Future". Eds.: P. Landry et al. Berlin : DeGruyter Saur, 2011. S.7-24.
(IFLA series on bibliographic control; vol. 42)
Abstract: Within the last two decades, the development and application of sophisticated information technology has brought about rapid changes in libraries above all in the subject analysis area. The internet technology has facilitated global access to heterogeneous information resources : databases, journals, e-books, digital online resources which now besides the texts include photographs, slides and video clips, as well. There has also been a development of sophisticated online public access catalogues, information gateways, portals, systems based on semantic technologies e.g. question-answering systems, and most recently social networking and a wide scale use of Web 2.0 technologies in libraries.
Inhalt: Präsentation unter: http://autority.nkp.cz/vecne-autority/vecne-autority-prezentace-clanky-informace/focusing-on-user-needs-new-ways-of-subject-access-in-czechia-1.
3Baliková, M.: Looking for the best way of subject access.
In: New pespectives on subject indexing and classification: essays in honour of Magda Heiner-Freiling. Red.: K. Knull-Schlomann, u.a. Leipzig : Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, 2008. S.281-287.
Abstract: M-CAST which stands for »Multilingual Content Aggregation System based on TRUST Search Engine« is a multilingual indexing and retrieval system based on semantic technology; it allows asking a question in one language and finding an exact answer in digitalized resources in different languages. It can serve as a monolingual query-answering system as well. Presently, we have a prototype of the M-CAST system; it was developed to evaluate both retrieval effectiveness and correctness of the interpretation process and has been tested in real-world situations. Further research will be done to increase the capabilities of the system. The M-CAST question-answering could be applied in both digital and hybrid libraries, because it enables to pose questions using either a set of search terms or natural-language questions. In addition, it enables to narrow a search in advanced search module using UDC (Universal Decimal Classification) system, which is widely used in libraries.
Themenfeld: Multilinguale Probleme
4Baliková, M.: UDC in Czechia.
In: Extensions and corrections to the UDC. 29(2007), S.191-227.
Abstract: The UDC classification system is widely used in all types of libraries in Czechia. Czech subject authority file is based on UDC classification system http://sigma.nkp.cz/F/) . The system is used as a switching language in MSAC - Multilingual subject access to library catalogues (http://info.jib.cz/news/msac-libraries?set_language=en) . UDC classification system enables to narrow the "search space" in M-CAST system (http://www.m-cast.infovide.pl/).
Inhalt: Beitrag anlässlich: Proceedings of the International Seminar "Information access for the global community", 4-5 June 2007, The Hague. - Vgl.: http://www.udcc.org/seminar07/presentations/balikova.pdf.
5Balikova, M.: Multilingual Subject Access to Catalogues of National Libraries (MSAC) : Czech Republic's collaboration with Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Lithuania and Latvia.
(139 SI - Classification and Indexing with Cataloguing ; 044-E)
Abstract: Czech authority file of topical terms is intended to form a base for multilingual controlled vocabulary. The aim of the proposal is to provide users of online library catalogues and internet services of cooperating institutions with an indexing and retrieval tool which enables multilingual and cross-domain searching ("one-stop" seamless searching). The goal of the project is to establish a multilingual subject approach to catalogues of participating libraries (Czechia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Slovakia, and Slovenia). In practice this means that a user in any of these countries would enter a query in his local language and receive hits from all the catalogues. The initiative is complying with the main goals currently defined by IFLA for the activity of Indexing and Classification Section, it means: Changing Roles of Subject Access Tools (Berlin), Implementation and Adaptation of Global Tools for Subject Access to Local Needs (Buenos Aires), and Cataloguing and Subject Tools for Global Access: International Partnerships (Oslo).
Inhalt: The aim of this initiative is to provide the users of online library catalogues and information gateways of cooperating libraries with a prototype for multilingual subject searching in online environment. Library collections of these libraries are large and without any doubt very valuable for researchers throughout Europe. What is needed is a standardized, authorized indexing and retrieval tool which would bring together all their catalogues and databases and enable multilingual subject searching. At the beginning of the project, a number of factors affecting subject indexing in current environment and cross-searching for subjects have been identified. These factors include - standardization of subject retrieval process and indexing and classification tools - subject retrieval methods - possibility of interoperability among different indexing and classification schemes - multilingualism issue - possibility to increase precision and recall trough Z39.50 protocol and its profiles and to apply authority control in subject retrieval process - need for cooperation
Anmerkung: Vortrag, World Library and Information Congress: 71th IFLA General Conference and Council "Libraries - A voyage of discovery", August 14th - 18th 2005, Oslo, Norway. ;
Themenfeld: Normdateien ; Multilinguale Probleme ; Beziehungen verbale / systematische Erschließung
Objekt: MSAC ; UDC ; DK
Land/Ort: CZ ; SLO
6Stoklasova, B. ; Balikova, M. ; Celbová, L.: Relationship between subject gateways and national bibliographies in international context (engl. Fassung).
In: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla69/papers/054e-Stoklasova-Balikova Celbova.pdf.
Inhalt: Deutsche Fassung unter: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla69/papers/054g-Stoklasova Balikova celbova.pdf
Anmerkung: Vortrag anläßlich der 69. IFLA-Tagung 2003, Berlin (engl. Fassung)
Themenfeld: Information Gateway ; Internet ; Bibliographie