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1Resmini, A. ; Rosati, L.: Semantic retail : Towards a cross-context information architecture.
In: Knowledge organization. 35(2008) no.1, S.5-15.
Abstract: Information architecture (IA) is an emerging discipline within the knowledge organization field that merges concepts and approaches from several different disciplines (librarianship and information science, classification theory, logic and philosophy, user experience, web design, psychology and ergonomics, industrial design): its goal is the structural design of shared information environments. We outline a unified model of information architecture for both digital and physical spaces, providing a conceptual framework for the design of cognitive and informational continuity between environments that allows users not to shift constantly between diverse, often colliding patterns (Bates 2002; Grossman 2006; Marchionini 2004; Rosati 2007). We identified key concepts which act as cross-fields heuristics and which provide the foundations for our framework: in this paper we will illustrate these heuristics as they apply to the design process of a new kind of retail space that we call "semantic retail". This is a new kind of physical space where knowledge organization principles are applied not only to proper informational content, but also to goods, services and paths (wayfinding).
2Tonkin, E. ; Baptista, A.A. ; Hooland, S. van ; Resmini, A. ; Mendéz, E. ; Neville, L.: Kinds of Tags : a collaborative research study on tag usage and structure.
Abstract: KoT (Kinds of Tags) is an ongoing joint collaborative research effort with many participants worldwide, including the University of Minho, UKOLN, the University of Bologna, the Université Libre de Bruxelles and La Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. It is focused on the analysis of tags that are in common use in the practice of social tagging, with the aim of discovering how easily tags can be 'normalised' for interoperability with standard metadata environments such as the DC Metadata Terms.
Inhalt: Präsentation während der Veranstaltung "Networked Knowledge Organization Systems and Services: The 6th European Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS) Workshop, Workshop at the 11th ECDL Conference, Budapest, Hungary, September 21st 2007".
Themenfeld: Metadaten ; Semantische Interoperabilität ; Social tagging