Knowledge Organization and Classification in International Information Retrieval
Nancy Joyce Williamson, Clare Beghtol
Haworth Information Press, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 244 pages
Learn step-by-step how to develop knowledge-based products for international use!
Knowledge Organization and Classification in International Information Retrieval examines current efforts to deal with the increasing globalization of information and knowledge. International authors walk you through the theoretical foundations and conceptual elements behind knowledge management, addressing areas such as the Internet, multinational resources, translations, and information languages. The tools, techniques, and case studies provided in this book will be invaluable to anyone interested in bridging the international information retrieval language gap.
This book is divided into four sections that address major themes for internationalized information and knowledge:
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We are often so caught up in our own local cataloging issues that we lose site of the "big picture." Williamson and Beghtol (both, information studies, Univ. of Toronto) have culled papers by ... Read full review