Schlagwortketten in Online-Katalogen – Realität und Potenzial

Wiesenmüller, Heidrun
October 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;okt2008, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p1033
Trade Publication
The article discusses descriptor or keyword chains, in which indexing descriptors contain several facts about each of the keywords chained together. The first descriptor(s) might typically represent an object or an appearance, while subsequent descriptors contain properties of the first descriptor(s). The article describes a research project on the retrieval technique, giving several examples.


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