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1Peset, F. ; Garzón-Farinós, F. ; González, L.M. ; García-Massó, X. ; Ferrer-Sapena, A. ; Toca-Herrera, J.L. ; Sánchez-Pérez, E.A.: Survival analysis of author keywords : an application to the library and information sciences area.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 71(2020) no.4, S.462-473.
Abstract: Our purpose is to adapt a statistical method for the analysis of discrete numerical series to the keywords appearing in scientific articles of a given area. As an example, we apply our methodological approach to the study of the keywords in the Library and Information Sciences (LIS) area. Our objective is to detect the new author keywords that appear in a fixed knowledge area in the period of 1 year in order to quantify the probabilities of survival for 10 years as a function of the impact of the journals where they appeared. Many of the new keywords appearing in the LIS field are ephemeral. Actually, more than half are never used again. In general, the terms most commonly used in the LIS area come from other areas. The average survival time of these keywords is approximately 3 years, being slightly higher in the case of words that were published in journals classified in the second quartile of the area. We believe that measuring the appearance and disappearance of terms will allow understanding some relevant aspects of the evolution of a discipline, providing in this way a new bibliometric approach.
Wissenschaftsfach: Bibliothekswesen ; Informationswissenschaft
3Perez, E.: Savings from data entry engineering.
In: Database. 21(1998) no.3, S.76-78.
Abstract: Data entry engineering enables maximization of the quality of database production at a reasonable cost. Offers advice on efficient design of database fields, organization of indexing and data input, data input automation, editing and data validation
4Perez, E.: Industrial strength database publishing : Inmagic DB/Textworks WebPublisher.
In: Library software review. 16(1997) no.3, S.124-136.
Abstract: The availability of powerful indexing and database products with easy Web connections means that libraries able to gather and edit their own data are emancipated from the large vendors. The Oregon State Library staff used the Data Magician translation utility as part of a complex, but speedy, database converison project. The Oregon Index database of approximately 300.000 records was converted from a BRS database host over to the Inmagic WebPublisher system. Describes the planning and action stepts used in producing the Web accessible index database of considerable size. Participants have high ratings to effectiveness of both the translation utility and the database engine
Themenfeld: Bibliographische Software ; Internet
Objekt: Inmagic WebPublisher
5Perez, E.: Zyindex: quick and not-to-dirty text databases.
In: Database. 15(1992) no.6, S.45-52.
Abstract: Offers an alternative approach to database building. Text file indexing and retrieval of information in separate ASCII text or word processor disk files offers significant advantages for building working information files. Explains text file index software and its limitations. Discusses text indexing products focusing on ZyIndex from ZyLab
6Perez, E.: Software reviews: search and retrieval programs.
In: Library software review. 11(1992) no.6, S.42-46.
Abstract: Reviews PowerSearch 1.1 form Horizon Technology for an IBM PC/XT/AT or compatible machine. PS is a full MS-DOS search and retrieval program. It is a string searching program that can handle both ASCII and EBCDIC text files. Discusses specifications, features, performance, ease of learning and use, library applicability, documentation and support. Compares PS with 2 other string searching programs; the shareware LOOKFOR.COM file and S.K. Data's Golden Retriever
7Perez, E.: Hypertext is growing up.
In: Database. 15(1992) no.6, S.8-9,64.
Abstract: Hypertext technology is appearing in mainstream commercial electronic data products including McGraw-Hill's CD-ROM version of their Encyclopedia of Science and Technology and the Facts on File News Digest 12-year cumulation. Provides a background to the development of hypertext. presents criticisms of hypertext and examples of its acceptance. Explores how hypertext translations of significant reference and information sources will penetrate the market. Discusses how hypertext could implement traditional information retrieval and control devices, the performance of people using hypertext and the absence of librarians in hypertext research and development
10Perez, E.: Text enhancement : Controlled vocabulary vs. free text.
In: Special libraries. 73(1982) no.3, S.183-192.
Abstract: Full-text databases are becoming increasingly practical for publication and general use, since most publishers now use some form of computerized editorial and publication system. "Free text" retrieval from full-text databases is possible with many existing systems, but some information professionals are doubtful about the quality of information retrieval using this type of access. The "augmentation" or "enrichment" needed for practical operation of these systems is discussed