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1 Taxonomy as Content Outline, Site Map and Search Aid SLA NWR Vancouver October 6, 2006 Marjorie M.K. Hlava President

2 Use the Standards ANSI / NISO – Z39.19 ISO TC 46 – SC 6 or 9 works BSI - BS 8723 W3C – OWL, Topic Maps, Semantic web OMB – e-gov section 207 KM working groups

3 Charting the difference Authority Files –People –Places –Things Thesaurus –Concepts –Methods –Processes Ontology's –Link Instances –Classes Semantic Web / Topic Maps –Link the description –To the actual item (object)

4 Taxonomy / thesaurus Main Term (MT) Top Term (TT) Broader Terms (BT) Narrower Terms (NT) Narrower Term Instance Related Terms (RT) –See also (SA) NonPreferred Term (NP) –Used for (UF), See (S) Scope Note (SN) History (H) TAXONOMY THESAURUS ONTOLOGY

5 Integrated tools for content management Database system Thesaurus tool Indexing tool Validate terms Add terms and rules Change terms and rules Delete terms and rules Search thesaurus Validate term entry Block invalid terms Record candidates Establish rules for term use Suggest indexing terms

6 Taxonomy descriptors become subject metadata Selected descriptors are XML-tagged and stored with document Descriptors available as webpage metadata Put in the HTML Header Metatags enable precise document retrieval Term equivalence enables query expansion in search (MAIQuery)

7 Structure of the Corpus Specific domains –Easier than the whole internet –DLESE – Digital Library for Earth Science Education Domain specific taxonomy –Specific branches –Dynamic classifications

8 User Context and Search Task What about unique interfaces for different tasks? Culture effects Embedded search Search history Combine search and browse Providing confidence in search Help build the query Predicting the users queries User-Interface Design

9 Our assumptions for Enterprise Taxonomy Management Consistent application across entire site Synonyms are used interchangeably User doesnt need to know the taxonomy Pop up view is helpful Site map for construction and browsing Allows hidden sections for internal use

10 Taxonomy view Thesaurus Term Record view

11 s NavTree View MAIQuery

12 Thanks for your attention! Marjorie M. K. Hlava President and Chairman Access Innovations, Inc. - Software for high accuracy and productive content management - Data Base Services - database consulting and creation since the National Information Center for Educational Media ,000 educationalnonprint titles - for purchasing educational media from 1000's of titles - Automatic full text news and other data filtering and indexing voice fax P.O. Box Albuquerque, NM USA 131 Adams NE Albuquerque, NM


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