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state of the art of coordinate indexing.

Documentation Incorporated, Washington, D.C.

state of the art of coordinate indexing.

by Documentation Incorporated, Washington, D.C.

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indexing.

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    Includes bibliographies.

    StatementPrepared for the Office of Science Information Service, National Science Foundation, under contract no. NSF-C-147, by Josephine J. Jaster, Barbara R. Murray, and Mortimer Taube.
    ContributionsJaster, Josephine J., National Science Foundation (U.S.). Office of Science Information Service.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ695.92 .D64
    The Physical Object
    Pagination256 p.
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5870388M
    LC Control Number62062006
    OCLC/WorldCa1663947

    That is one of the challenges in taking older classified lists – back-of-the-book indexes – and making them into a post-coordinate system. Pre-coordination of terms is typical of traditional classification systems, and not of most modern taxonomies and thesauri. Parallel coordinates are a common way of visualizing high-dimensional geometry and analyzing multivariate data. To show a set of points in an n-dimensional space, a backdrop is drawn consisting of n parallel lines, typically vertical and equally spaced. A point in n-dimensional space is represented as a polyline with vertices on the parallel axes; the position of the vertex on the i-th axis corresponds to .

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Get this from a library. The state of the art of coordinate indexing. [Josephine J Jaster; Documentation Incorporated, Washington, D.C.; National Science Foundation (U.S.). The Art of Indexing shows technical writers, editors, and documentation managers how to chart the topics of their books, reports, and documents and present a concise and accurate map that readers, researchers, libraries, bookstores, and reviewers can use to maximize the usefulness of their book.

Step-by-step, The Art of Indexing shows you how to become a better indexer by:Cited by: Coordinate indexing, a system invented by Dr. Mortimer Tauhe and his associates in Documentation incorporated, is based on the conception of the uniterm.

The theory is that each book or periodical title, each periodical article, etc., can be reduced for indexing purposes to a number of basic ideas capable of being represented mostly by single terms.

Semi automatic indexing; state of the art. [Neuilly-sur-Seine, France] North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Herm Fangmeyer; North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

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Pre-coordinate indexing systems are conventional systems mostly found in printed indexes. In this type of system, a document is represented in the index by a heading or headings comprising of a chain or string of terms.

These terms taken together are expected to define the subject content of the document. The leading term determines the. This presentation is about Post coordinate indexing, related with Library and information science.

Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. In assigned indexing a specially created artificial indexing language is used instead of the language of the document.

In derived indexing the terms to denote the contents of a document are directly derived from the document itself. Assigned indexing can be of two types—Pre-coordinate indexing and Post-coordinate indexing.

Pre-coordinate indexing system. The kind of system in which coordination is done at the time of indexing is called pre-coordinate indexing system. In this system documents or searched under the same terms which the indexer originally assigned to them without any furthers manipulation of terms at the time of searching.

coordinate indexing. [ kō′ȯrdənət ′in‚deksiŋ] (computer science) An indexing scheme in which equal-rank descriptors are used to describe a document, for information retrieval by a.

This paper presents a review on state of the art developments of micro coordinate measuring machines and 3D micro probes in the last 20 years, as far as these were qualified in a comparable way. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Costello, John C. Coordinate indexing.

New Brunswick, N.J., Graduate School of Library Service, Rutgers, the State. Pre- Coordinate Indexing Systems No comments Cutter’s Rules for Dictionary Catalogue It was Charles Ammi Cutter who first gave a generalised set of rules for subject indexing in his Rules for a Dictionary Catalogue (RDC) published in This book is about visualization, systematically incorporating the fantastic human pattern recognition into the problem-solving process, and focusing on parallel coordinates.

The barrier, imposed by our three-dimensional habitation and perceptual experience, has been breached by. >Secondly, I'm *guessing* that under pre-coordinate indexing, an indexer >could make the following two types of indexing assignment (inventing my >own syntax): > >doc | subject > >1 | cut flowers, crop production >2 | cut flowers + crop production > >In the first assignment, the indexer wishes to state that the subjects of >document 1 are.

The indexing system which has the ability to freely coordinate terms at the time of search, thereby providing an unlimited number of access points to a document belongs to the post-coordinate or coordinate indexing models. Broadly, there are two types of post-coordinate indexing systems -Term Entry System and Item Entry System.

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In addition to 25 unique graph art puzzles, each section of this book contains instructional modules, vocabulary, practice pages, and full-size teacher keys. Bonus sections are also included on transformations in the coordinate plane, and web resources for individual and classroom use/5(8).

A precoordinate indexing system can clearly indicate the relationship of concepts used as headings. For example, a work on Alfred Stieglitz's photography and Georgia O'Keefe's paintings might be given the headings 'Stieglitz, Alfred - Photography' and 'O'Keefe, Georgia - Painting'.

This paper presents a review on state of the art developments of micro coordinate measuring machines and 3D micro probes in the last 20 years, as far as these were qualified in a comparable way, with a special emphasis on research conducted by the Federal Institute of Metrology METAS in this field.

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