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1Ward, M. ; Saarti, J.: Reviewing, rebutting, and reimagining fiction classification.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 56(2018) no.x, S.1-13 [Published online: 19 Jan 2018].
Abstract: This article explores the topic of fiction classification. The first section attempts to define the field, discussing fiction classification, its schemes, objectivity, aboutness, and shelf classification. The second section suggests three new ideas building upon the foundation of the first: a faceted multi-warrant classification, controlled term affective dimension searching, and the design of a user-oriented recommendation-based system.
Inhalt: Vgl.: doi:10.1080/01639374.2017.1411414.
Themenfeld: Schöne Literatur
2Ward, M.L.: ¬The future of the human indexer.
In: Journal of librarianship and information science. 28(1996) no.4, S.217-225.
Abstract: Considers the principles of indexing and the intellectual skills involved in order to determine what automatic indexing systems would be required in order to supplant or complement the human indexer. Good indexing requires: considerable prior knowledge of the literature; judgement as to what to index and what depth to index; reading skills; abstracting skills; and classification skills, Illustrates these features with a detailed description of abstracting and indexing processes involved in generating entries for the mechanical engineering database POWERLINK. Briefly assesses the possibility of replacing human indexers with specialist indexing software, with particular reference to the Object Analyzer from the InTEXT automatic indexing system and using the criteria described for human indexers. At present, it is unlikely that the automatic indexer will replace the human indexer, but when more primary texts are available in electronic form, it may be a useful productivity tool for dealing with large quantities of low grade texts (should they be wanted in the database)
Themenfeld: Automatisches Indexieren ; Referieren
3Ward, M.: Expanding access to information with Z39.50.
In: American libraries. 25(1994) no.7, S.639-641.
Abstract: Discusses the difficulties for librarians and others in accessing information via the Internet and explains the concepts of the protocol and client/server computing. Describes Z39.50, a National Information Standards Organization standard, developed to enable clients to locate and retrieve data from diverse servers. It is maintained by the Library of Congress and is vendor indeoendent. Describes what it does, how it works, and sets out the reasons why it is important, especially to librarians. Understanding Z39.50 is the first step in the process of simplifying the operations of current systems
4Ward, M.: Z39.50: benefits to searchers.
In: Online information 94. Proceedings of the 18th International Online Meeting, London, 6-8 Dec 1994. Ed. by D.I. Raitt et al. Oxford : Learned Information, 1994. S.33-35.
Abstract: Briefly discusses the benefits of open systems, client server architecture for all those working with a wide variety of computerized information retrieval systems