Generalized software requirements to access thesauri and classification schemes for user-based image collections
AbstractThis paper describes proposed schemes for describing and indexing two image collections and equirements for the software that would give the end-user access to thesaurus terms and a graphical display of the faceted classification structures of indexing records. Editorial cartoons comprise one collection, dance videos the other.
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