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Introduction to controlled vocabularies

Patricia Harpring

Introduction to controlled vocabularies

terminology for art, architecture, and other cultural works

by Patricia Harpring

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Published by Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, Calif .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementPatricia Harpring
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ695.1.C85 H37 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 245 p. :
Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24534376M
ISBN 10160606018X
ISBN 109781606060186
LC Control Number2009040848
OCLC/WorldCa456174098

There are many types of controlled vocabularies. However we will only be discussing 4 of them. Vocabulary control is defined by Austin () as a method that allows the user to obtain the relevant items and products from the many thousands there are. These include subject heading lists, taxonomies, faceted classifications and thesaurus. Controlled vocabularies in Hamnet. Folger catalogers use the following controlled vocabularies to: categorize the subject of an item (what it is about); describe its physical and intellectual genre and form (what it is, or what is an example of); name a person, organization, or place consistently, regardless of how the name is spelled in the resource.

Controlled vocabularies, such as the Library of Congress Subject Headings, are an essential component of bibliography, the study and classification of books. They were initially developed in library and information science. Get this from a library! Introduction to controlled vocabularies: terminology for art, architecture, and other cultural works. [Patricia Harpring] -- This primer on the characteristics, scope, uses, and methods for building and maintaining controlled vocabularies for art and cultural materials explains how vocabularies should be integrated in.

  A controlled vocabulary is a way to insert an interpretive layer of semantics between the term entered by the user and the underlying database to better represent the original intention of the terms of the user. Consider what happens when you do not use a controlled vocabulary. Introduction to controlled vocabularies: terminology for art, architecture, and other cultural works.


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Introduction to Controlled Vocabularies: Terminology for Art, Architecture, and Other Cultural Works, Updated Edition 1, Updated edition5/5(1). This authoritative and detailed volume presents readers with a 'how-to' guide to building controlled vocabulary tools, cataloguing and indexing cultural materials with terms and names from controlled vocabularies, and how to use vocabularies in search engines and databases to/5.

Offers an introduction to the use of controlled vocabularies. This work presents readers with a 'how-to' guide to building controlled vocabulary tools, cataloguing and indexing cultural materials with terms and names from controlled vocabularies, and how to use vocabularies in search engines and databases to enhance discovery and retrieval online.5/5(1).

This detailed book is a “how-to” guide to building controlled vocabulary tools, cataloging and indexing cultural materials with terms and names from controlled vocabularies, and using vocabularies. This is a practical tool and comprehensive introduction to the use of controlled vocabularies.

This authoritative and detailed volume presents readers with a how-to guide to building controlled vocabulary tools, cataloguing and indexing cultural materials with terms and names from controlled vocabularies, and how to use vocabularies in search engines and databases to enhance discovery.

Patricia Harpring, Companion to Introduction to Controlled Vocabularies April 11 • Controlled vocabulary comprises standardized words and phrases used to refer to ideas, physical characteristics, people, places, events, subject matter, and many other concepts. Introduction to Controlled Vocabularies (updated edition) is available in paperback from the Getty Bookstore.

Cover image: The story of the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11) was an allegory to explain why different societies spoke different languages (in addition to the obvious warnings against pride toward the deity and urban evils). Description This detailed book is a “how-to” guide to building controlled vocabulary tools, cataloging and indexing cultural materials with terms and names from controlled vocabularies, and using vocabularies in search engines and databases to enhance discovery and retrieval online.

Controlled vocabulary is a means for organizing knowledge in a domain to facilitate effective retrieval through browsing and searching.

The Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) is an example of controlled vocabulary. A basic introduction to taxonomies/controlled vocabularies, what they are and how they are used. Presented originally at the Society of Indexers conference, Ju Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

Buy Introduction to Controlled Vocabularies Updated ed. by Harping (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Introduction to the Second Edition. History. The Independent Research Libraries Association (IRLA)'s Proposals for Establishing Standards for the Cataloguing of Rare Books and Specialized Research Materials in Machine-readable Form (Worcester, Mass., ) called for a new field for genre headings to be added to machine-readable cataloguing (MARC) formats (Proposal One) and presented a.

Elisa Lanzi's Introduction to Vocabularies, which appeared in print in and was updated in an online version inoffers a general overview of vocabularies for art and material uction to Controlled Vocabularies is a much more detailed "how-to" guide to building controlled vocabulary tools, cataloging and indexing cultural.

Find sample hierarchies and controlled vocabularies online. Books to help you develop your own Controlled Vocabulary, Thesaurus, or Taxonomy It's smart to put some effort into the organizing of your meta data, as this will increase the effectiveness of your filing system.

Introduction to Controlled Vocabularies: Terminology for Art, Architecture, and Other Cultural Works Updated Edition. The Indexer Vol. 26 No. 3 September Introduction a terminological problem As Bella Haas Weinberg is fond of saying, the field of controlled vocabularies has a singular lack of vocabulary.

Books shelved as controlled-vocabulary: Pug by Ethan Long, Buster the Very Shy Dog Finds a Kitten by Lisze Bechtold, Seal Pup Rescue by Brenda Peterson.

Discover the best Vocabulary Books in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. RBMS Controlled Vocabularies Controlled Vocabularies for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloging.

The RBMS Controlled Vocabularies Editorial Group has suspended accepting submissions of new terms for its six thesauri. The Editorial Group is in the process of integrating the thesauri into a new, integrated vocabulary that will be released as linked open data.

Introduction to Controlled Vocabularies: Terminology for Art, Architecture, and Other Cultural Works Patricia Harpring Read online Buy the updated print edition. Controlled Vocabularies Controlled vocabularies are standardized and organized arrangements of words and phrases and provide a consistent way to describe data.

Metadata creators assign terms from vocabularies to improve information retrieval. Common types of controlled vocabularies include subject headings lists, authority files, and : Melanie Cofield. General Principles For Applying Controlled VocabulariesSpecific Entry – this allow the user to know when to stop searching for an appropriate controlled vocabulary term.

Number of Terms Assigned - There should not be any limits on the number of terms or descriptors assigned to the concepts.

Concepts not in CV - If a concept.Controlled-vocabulary texts are used in Small-group Reading Sets Each controlled-vocabulary text is composed of systematically taught spelling-sound relationships and high-frequency words. In each small-group lesson, the students are introduced to, review, and practice the phonics and high-frequency words that appear in the week’s text.