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一些有关知识/信息组织的图书、论述- –

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知识 / 信息组织相关经典外文书籍和论述

Anderson, J. D. (2003). Organization of knowledge. IN: International Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science. 2nd . ed. Ed. by John Feather & Paul Sturges. London: Routledge (pp. 471-490).

Bade, D. (2002). The Creation and Persistence of Misinformation in Shared Library Catalogs: Language and Subject Knowledge in a Technological Era . David Bade, Urbana, IL: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois; (ISBN: 0-87845-120-X.)

Bliss, H. E. (1929). The organization of knowledge and the system of the sciences . By Henry Evelyn Bliss ; with an introduction by John Dewey. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Bliss, H. E. (1934). The Organization of Knowledge in Libraries and the subject-approach to books . New York: The H. W. Wilson Company.

Bliss, H. E. (1935). A system of bibliographical classification . New York: The H. W. Wilson Company.

Capurro, R & Hjørland, B. (2003). The Concept of Information. Annual Review of Information Science & Technology, Vol. 37 , Chapter 8, pp. 343-411.

Dewey, J. (1929). Introduction. IN: H. E. Bliss: The organization of knowledge and the system of the sciences . New York, Holt (pp. vii-ix).

Feger, H. (2001). Classification: Conceptions in the Social Sciences. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 3, pp. 1966-1973 . Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, Ltd. (Online version with abstract published 2002)

Frohmann, Bernd. (1990). Rules of Indexing: A Critique of Mentalism in Information Retrieval Theory. Journal of Documentation , 46: 81-101.

Frohmann, B. (2003). Grounding a theory of documentation. Paper presented at DOCAM '03 The first annual meeting of the Document Academy. August 13-15, 2003 at The School of Information Management and Systems (SIMS) at The University of California, Berkeley. http://thedocumentacademy.hum.uit.no/events/docam03.abstract s/bernd.frohman.html

Frohmann, B. (2004). Deflating Information. From Science Studies to Documentation . University of Toronto Press.

Furner, J. (2004). Information studies without information . LIBRARY TRENDS , V52, N3 (WIN), P427-446.

Hjørland, B. (2002). Domain analysis in information science. Eleven approaches – traditional as well as innovative. Journal of Documentation, 58 (4), 422-462.

Hjørland, B. (2002). Principia Informatica. Foundational Theory of Information and Principles of Information Services. IN: Emerging Frameworks and Methods. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science (CoLIS4) . Ed. By Harry Bruce, Raya Fidel, Peter Ingwersen, and Pertti Vakkari. Greenwood Village, Colorado, USA: Libraries Unlimited. (Pp. 109-121).

HULME, E. WYNDAM. 1911a. Principles of Book Classification: Introduction. In: Hulme, E. Wyndam. Library Association Record, 1911; 13: 354-358.

HULME, E. WYNDAM. 1911b. Principles of Book Classification: Chapter II – Principles of Division in Book Classification. In: Hulme, E. Wyndam. Library Association Record, 1911; 13: 389-394.

HULME, E. WYNDAM. 1911c. Principles of Book Classification: Chapter III – On the Definition of Class Headings, and the Natural Limit to the Extension of Book Classification. In: Hulme, E. Wyndam. Library Association Record, 1911; 13: 444-449

ISO 5127: 2001 Information and Documentation – Vocabulary. International Standards Organization.

Miksa, F. (1998). The DDC, the Universe of Knowledge, and the Post-Modern Library­. Albany, NY: Forrest Press.

Richardson, E. C. (1930/1964). Classification: Theoretical and practical . New York: The H. W. Wilson Co., 1930. (Reprinted unaltered 1964)

Sayers, W. C. (1915). Canons of classification applied to “the subject” “the expansive”, “the decimal” and “the Library of Congress” classifications : a study in bibliographical classification method. London: Grafton & Co.

Smiraglia, R. P. (2001). The nature of “a work”: implications for the organization of knowledge. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press.

Sowa, J. F. (2000). Knowledge representation : logical, philosophical, and computational foundations . Pacific Grove, California: Brooks/Cole.

Spang-Hanssen, H. (2001): How to teach about information as related to documentation. Human IT. 2001, (1), pp. 125-143. http://www.hb.se/bhs/ith/1-01/hsh.htm (Visited April 13, 2004).

Steen Larsen, P. (2003). Terms and definitions related to the information process, drawn from ISO 5127: 2001 Information and Documentation – Vocabulary. Unpublished paper.

Svenonius, E. (2000). The Intellectual Foundation of Information Organization . Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press.

Taylor, A. G. (1999). The Organization of information. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited.

Thellefsen, T.L. (2002). Semiotic knowledge organization: Theory and method development. Semiotica, 142 (1-4), 71-90.

Webber, S. (2003). Information science in 2003: a critique. Journal of Information Science , 29(4), 311-330.


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