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1Robinson, L. ; Maguire, M.: ¬The rhizome and the tree : changing metaphors for information organisation.
In: Journal of documentation. 66(2010) no.4, S.604-613.
Abstract: Purpose - The paper aims to review Deleuze and Guttari's concept of the rhizome as a model for information organisation. Design/methodology/approach - This is a critical review of selected literature. Findings - The rhizome concept is a promising model for understanding hyperlinked information services. It may be of practical value, particularly if it can be integrated with more traditional forms of information organisation. More research, conceptual and practical, is needed before this can be achieved. Research limitations/implications - The literature review is not comprehensive, and the conclusions are open-ended. Originality/value - This is the only paper to review the rhizome concept in this way.
Themenfeld: Informetrie ; Hypertext
2Maguire, M.: Secure SGML : a proposal to the information community.
In: Journal of scholarly publishing. 25(1994) no.3, S.146-156.
Abstract: Explores some of the practical difficulties associated with the management information as a commodity, and sketches a framework in which to address the problem in the context of electronic publishing. The strategy is based on the integration of 2 groups of technologies, collectively refereed to as 'secure SGML' which merges the platform-independent data representation offered by the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) and related standards with the privacy and authentication functions offered by recent advances in key cryptography. This scheme allows implementation of a licensing strategy, thereby providing a means of addressing problematic copyright and public policy issues associated with digital media. Libraries can play a key role in the installation and maintenance of the infrastructure required to support new forms of information transaction