5th ASIS SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop

Raya Fidel, Clare Beghtol, Barbara H. Kwasnik and Philip J. Smith, Editors

Table of Contents

Introductory

5th ASIS SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop
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iii-viii, i-iv

Articles

Understandings of Language and Cognition: Implications for Classification Research
Hanne Albrechtson
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1-16
CODE4: Applications for Managing Classification Schemes
Lynne Bowker
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17-32
Elicitation Techniques for Classification Research: Ordered Trees, Repertory Grids, and Q-Sort Methodology
David Dubin
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33-68
Anthropological Perspectives on Classification Systems
Caroline M. Eastman
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69-78
Object-Oriented Representation ofDDC and the Number-Building Process
Mark Giguere
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79-94
Information Technology Standardization: A Classification Process?
Caroline A. Hert
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95-110
Bibliographic Classification of Documents Dealing with the Subject "Holocaust"
Marsha Lustigman
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111-120
Relationships and Divergence of Vegetation and Mapping Classifications
Douglas M. Muchoney
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121-128
On the Relevance of Classification Theory to Database Design
Jeffrey Parsons
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129-138
"I Know One When I See One": How (Much) Do Hypotheses Differ from Evidence?
Michael Ranney
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139-156
Software Support for Thesaurus Construction and Display
Dagobert Soergel
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157-184
The Universal Decimal Classification: Research to Determine the Feasibility of Restructuring UDC into a Fully-Faceted System
Nancy J. Williamson
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185-196
The Relationship between What We Know and How We Classify: Some Philosophical Bases for Inquiry
Janice Woo
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197-210

Appendices

Abstracts
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211-246