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Subject: internet info
Category: Reference, Education and News > General Reference
Asked by: narnia-ga
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Posted: 30 Aug 2003 05:29 PDT
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Question ID: 250453
internet information resources have defied classification scheme rules .
pls some body help me on this papaer work

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Clarification of Question by narnia-ga on 01 Sep 2003 01:49 PDT
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the issue now is an answer

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Clarification of Question by narnia-ga on 01 Sep 2003 09:22 PDT
i just need paper work reffering to this topic.articles,essays etc
i need them with references.

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Subject: Re: internet info
Answered By: pafalafa-ga on 05 Sep 2003 20:05 PDT
Rated:4 out of 5 stars
Hello narnia-ga, and thank you for posting a question on a very
interesting topic.

I have looked at a number of papers and discussions on internet
classification schemes.  While they generally acknowledge that the
internet poses considerable new challenges regarding classification, I
did not come across anyone who was of the opinion that the internet
absolutely defies classification.

Here are links and brief excerpts from some of the papers I came
across.  I hope these are what you need.  But if you feel additional
information is called for, let me know through a Request for
Clarification, and perhaps I can assist you further.


The Role of Classification Schemes in Internet Resource Description
and Discovery

This is a report and a state of the art review of the use of
classification schemes in Internet services. Classification schemes
have a role in aiding information retrieval in a network environment,
especially for providing browsing structures for subject-based
information gateways on the Internet. Advantages of using
classification schemes include improved subject browsing facilities,
potential multi-lingual access and improved interoperability with
other services.


Using Library Classification Schemes for Internet Resources

Classification and the Internet
Electronic versions of the DDC and LCC make it possible to realize the
potential of library classification to improve subject retrieval;
however, much of the renewed interest in classification as an
organizing and retrieval device for information resources has been
sparked by the growth in usage of the Internet and World Wide Web


Classifying websites

Websites are not physical items that we need to shelve so why give
them a call number?  There are a number of reasons for classifying


Complexity In Indexing Systems -- Abandonment And Failure:
Implications For Organizing The Internet


The past hundred years have seen the development of numerous systems
for the structured representation of knowledge and information,
including hierarchical classification systems with notation as well as
alphabetical indexing systems with sophisticated features for the
representation of term relationships. The reasons for the lack of
widespread adoption of these systems, particularly in the United
States, are discussed. The suggested structure for indexing the
Internet or other large electronic collections of documents is based
on that of book indexes: specific headings with coined modifications.


A case study in the organizational development of a digital library.


search strategy:  Google search on "internet classification schemes"
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