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1Cole, T.W. ; Mischo, W.H. ; Habing, T.G. ; Ferrer, R.H.: Using XML and XSLT to process and render online journals.
In: Library hi tech. 19(2001) no.3, S.210-222.
Abstract: Describes an approach to the processing and presentation of online full-text journals that utilizes several evolving information technologies, including extensible markup language (XML) and extensible stylesheet language transformations (XSLT). Discusses major issues and trade-offs associated with these technologies, and also specific lessons learned from our use of these technologies in the Illinois Testbed of full-text journal articles. Focuses especially on issues associated with the representation of documents in XML, techniques to create and normalize metadata describing XML document instances, XSLT features employed in the Illinois Testbed, and trade-offs of different XSLT implementation options. Pays special attention to techniques for transforming between XML and HTML formats for rendering in today's commercial Web browsers.
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2Mischo, W.H. ; Cole, T.W.: ¬The Illinois extended OPAC : library information workstation design and development.
In: Advances in online public access catalogs. 1(1992). Westport : Meckler, 1992. S.38-57.
Abstract: Describes ILLINET Online Plus: the extended OPAC developed by Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champaign Library. Describes in detail the component of the information workstation designed to provide improved access to local periodical index databases (the BRS/SEARCH interface)
3Clark, S.E. ; Mischo, W.H.: Online public access catalog retrieval structures and techniques : with reference to recent developments in the United States and Great Britain.
In: IATUL proceedings (new series). 1(1992), S.113-120.
Abstract: Paper presented at the 14th biennal conf. of IATUL, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 8.-12.7.1991: new technologies and information services - evolution or revolution? Ed.: Jay K. Lucker and published by the British Library on behalf of IATUL. The provision of enhanced subject access and access to a wider variety of bibliographic resources for library users have been influenced by technology. This has occured throuigh advances in workstations, storage media, graphics, networks and search engines such as BRS/SEARCH. Presents the results of a study by the Council of Library Resources on online catalogues. Discusses access to the periodical literature, library workstations, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign library's microcomputer workstation, the OKAPI search system for online catalogues and the Scottish Academic Libraries Bibliographic Information Network
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4Mischo, W.H. ; DeSart, M.G.: ¬An end user search service with customized interface software.
In: Questions and answers: strategies for using the electronic reference collection. Papers presented at the 1987 Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing, April 5-7, 1987. Ed. L.C. Smith. Urbana, Il, 1989. S.188-204.
5Mischo, W.H. ; Lee, J.: End-user searching in bibliographic databases.
In: Annual review of information science and technology. 22(1987), S.227-263. Amsterdam : Elsevier, 1987.
Abstract: The growing interest in end user or direct patron access to on-line bibliographic databases is reviewed with references to online catalogues, databases, and CD-ROMs. The literature of end user searching is surveyed with notes on: user training, software search aids, end user services in libraries: characterisation of end user searches; the role of librarians; and CD-ROMs as end user media
7Mischo, W.H.: Library of Congress Subject Headings : a review of the problems, and prospects for improved subject access.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 1(1981) nos.2/3, S.105-124.
Abstract: The shortcomings and limitations of Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) are examined, focusing on problems of subject term specificity, inconsistent identification and selection of concepts as subject headings, retention of outmoded headings, inadequate cross-reference structure, and low level of indexing exhaustivity. These problems are attributable to both Cutter's Rules for a Dictionary Catalog (the theoretical model upon which LCSH are based), and the unsystematic manner in which LC has applied Cutter's Rules in constructing entries for its subject catalog. Methods of improving subject access in libraries, for both on-line and printed catalog environments, are discussed.
8Mischo, W.H.: Expanded subject access to reference collection materials.
In: Journal of library automation. 12(1979), S.338-354.
Abstract: This paper reports a computer-assisted printed index emphasizing expanded subject access to the more than 6.000 titles in the Iowa State University Library reference collection. The index displays abbreviated-length records and is designed to complement existing catalogs with a minimum of duplication of information. The limitations of subject access to reference materials via LCSH is discussed and a system for assigning subject descriptors to reference titles is described