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Selected results of a comparative study of four ontology visualization methods for information retrieval tasks

Citation Katifori. A., Torou. E., Vassilakis. C., Lepouras, G., Halatsis, C.. Selected results of a comparative study of four ontology visualization methods for information retrieval tasks. Research Challenges in Information Science, 2008: 133 – 140 Summary This paper is a … Continue reading

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A reference model for user-system interaction in thesaurus-based searching

Citation Blocks, D., Cunliffe, D., & Tudhope, D. (2006). A reference model for user-system interaction in thesaurus-based searching. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(12), 1655-1665. doi: 10.1002/asi.20482. Summary The authors of this article have presented … Continue reading

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The KOS spectra: a tentative typology of Knowledge Organization Systems

The KOS spectra: a tentative typology of Knowledge Organization Systems Renato Rocha Souza (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil) Douglas Tudhope (University of Glamorgan, UK) MaurĂ­cio Barcellos Almeida (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil) http://mba.eci.ufmg.br/downloads/ISKO%20Rome%202010%20submitted.pdf Summary On the basis of … Continue reading

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Digital Concept Maps for Managing Knowledge and Information

Citation Tergan, S.-O., T. Keller, et al. (2005). Digital Concept Maps for Managing Knowledge and Information. Knowledge and Information Visualization, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. 3426: 185-204. Summary The key findings from this paper were the importance of concept mapping features … Continue reading

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