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A

A, The Library of Congress Classification

GENERAL WORKS, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

A Practical Grammar, Blobs

AACR, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

AACR2, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Glossary

AAP, Persistent Identifiers, Glossary

AAT, Thesauri, Thesauri, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Glossary

aboutness, Organizing Resources, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization, Glossary

absolute synonyms, Synonymy, Glossary

abstract models, Glossary

abstraction, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, The Process of Describing Resources, Abstraction in Resource Description, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Feature-based Models of Similarity, Category Design Issues and Implications, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Category Abstraction and Granularity, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Classification vs. Tagging, Kinds of Structures, XML Information Set, Granularity and Abstraction, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems, Architectural Thinking, Distinguishing Access from Control

category, Category Abstraction and Granularity

digital description, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources

four-step hierarchy, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

in design, Architectural Thinking

in resource description, Abstraction in Resource Description

layer, Distinguishing Access from Control

level, The Process of Describing Resources, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Feature-based Models of Similarity, Category Design Issues and Implications, Category Abstraction and Granularity, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Classification vs. Tagging, XML Information Set, Granularity and Abstraction, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems

related structures, Kinds of Structures

access policies, Access Policies, Access Policies, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

accessibility, Organizing Built Environments, Affordance and Capability, Accessibility, Accessibility, Accessibility, Accessibility, Accessibility

affordance and capability, Affordance and Capability

basic human right, Accessibility

Broadway performance, Accessibility

museum exhibitions, Accessibility

operating systems, Accessibility

queues, Organizing Built Environments

UN Convention, Accessibility

accession numbers, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified

accessioning, Introduction, Glossary

accompanying relationship, Tillett’s Taxonomy

accounting, Access Policies, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

access controls, Access Policies

seven year rule, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

accuracy, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, Accuracy of Transformations

quality criteria, Evaluating Resource Descriptions

transformations, Accuracy of Transformations

AccuWeather Request Granularity, Granularity and Abstraction

ACM, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Glossary

keyword classification, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

acquisition, Glossary

ACRL, Resource Description by Professionals

active learning, Naïve Bayes Classifiers

active resource identity, Identity and Active Resources

active resources, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Identity and Active Resources

Nest thermostat, Active or Operant Resources

activities, The Discipline of Organizing, When Is It Being Organized?, Introduction, Introduction, Introduction, Introduction, Introduction, Introduction, Introduction, Maintaining Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Preservation, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Curation, Governance, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Principles of Good Description, Inclusion, Integration and Interoperability, Integration and Interoperability, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

accessioning, Introduction, Glossary, Glossary

acquisition, Glossary

appraisal and authentication, Resource Description to Support Selection

capability and compatibility, Resource Description to Support Selection

cataloging, Introduction, Glossary

classifying, Inclusion, Glossary

compliance, Glossary

curation, Curation, Glossary

data capture, extraction, generation, insertion, Glossary

data cleaning, Glossary

designing resource-based interactions , Introduction

digitization, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Glossary

governance, When Is It Being Organized?, Governance, Glossary

integrating, Principles of Good Description, Integration and Interoperability

interoperability, Integration and Interoperability

maintaining, Introduction, Maintaining Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Glossary, Glossary

motivations, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, Introduction, Glossary

preservation, Preservation

preserving, Glossary

selecting, Introduction, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary

activities facet, Faceted Classification in Description

Activities of Information Architecture, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

activity, Value Creation with Digital Resources

browsing, Value Creation with Digital Resources

activity records, Requirements for Interactions

ad hoc category, Glossary

adaptations, Tillett’s Taxonomy

administrative metadata, Frameworks for Resource Description, Frameworks for Resource Description, Frameworks for Resource Description

affordance, Affordance and Capability, Affordance and Capability, Glossary, Glossary

agency, The Concept of “Agent”, Four Distinctions about Resources, Resource Agency, Resource Agency, Glossary

agent, The Concept of “Agent”, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Metadata, Glossary

computational, Active or Operant Resources, Metadata

human, Value Creation with Physical Resources

robot, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources

software-based, Value Creation with Digital Resources

agents facet, Faceted Classification in Description

Aggregated Information Objects, Aggregated Information Objects

aggregation, The Concept of “Collection”

aggregation solutions,

aliasing, Allow Aliasing

Aliasing: Bad for this Fish, Allow Aliasing

alphabetical ordering, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Organizing Digital Resources, Names with Undesirable Associations, Names with Undesirable Associations, Extrinsic Static Properties, Transitivity, Single Properties, Single Properties, Classification Schemes, Trees, Writing Systems, Writing Systems, Writing Systems, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Glossary

affecting reputation, Names with Undesirable Associations

exceptions, Organizing Digital Resources

logical versus physical, Single Properties

writing system, Writing Systems

altmetrics, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis

Amazon.com, Affordance and Capability, Automated and Computational Resource Description

American National Standards Institute, Glossary (see ANSI)

American Standard Code for Information Interchange, Glossary (see ASCII)

amplifications, Tillett’s Taxonomy

An Intentional Arrangement, The Discipline of Organizing

analysis, Glossary

analysis of relationships, The Semantic Perspective

analytico-synthetic classification, Classification Schemes, Glossary

anchor text, Hypertext Links, Glossary

Andreesen, Marc, Hypertext Links

Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Glossary (see AACR2)

anomaly detection, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources

ANSI, Specifications vs. Standards, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

ASC X12, Transforming Resources for Interactions

Z39.2, Specifications vs. Standards

Antikythera gears, The Antikythera Mechanism

Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism

antonymy, Antonymy, Glossary

APA, Institutional Taxonomies, Glossary

apartheid, Why Is It Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?

API, The Concept of “Interactions”, Resource Description to Support Interactions, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Standardization and Legacy Considerations

application programming interface, Glossary (see API)

appraisal, Resource Description to Support Selection

architectural features, Organizing Physical Resources

architectural perspective, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Hypertext Links, The Architectural Perspective, Glossary

analyzing relationships, The Architectural Perspective

hypertext links, Hypertext Links

three tier model, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

architectural thinking, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Architectural Thinking

archives, What Is Being Organized?, What Is Being Organized?, Organizing Digital Resources, Maintaining Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Preserving the Web, Preserving Resource Instances, Curation, Discarding, Removing, and Not Keeping, Resource Format, Persistent Resources, Individual Categories, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism

astronomical observations, The Antikythera Mechanism

astronomy, The Antikythera Mechanism

bibliometrics, Curation

citation, Maintaining Resources, Preserving Resource Instances, Persistent Resources

citations, Discarding, Removing, and Not Keeping

ecliose times, The Antikythera Mechanism

future proofing, Digitization and Preserving Resources

Lego Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism

materiality, Organizing Digital Resources

personal, Individual Categories

Project Gutenberg, Resource Format

respect pour les fonds, What Is Being Organized?

U.S. National Archives, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

University of California Berkeley, What Is Being Organized?

Wayback Machine, Preserving the Web

archivists, Preservation, Preservation, Preserving Resource Types

Aristotle, The Discipline of Organizing, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties

classical categories, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties

arity, Degree, Glossary, Glossary

Arlington Theater, The Concept of “Resource”

ARPA, Resource Format, Glossary

artificial language, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

concision, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

description and classification, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

natural, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

vocabulary control, Use Controlled Vocabularies

Wilkins and Borges, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

Artificial Languages for Description and Classification, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

As We May Think, Individual Curation, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links

ASCII, Resource Format, Resource Format, Notations, Notations, Notations, Notations, Writing Systems, Writing Systems, Syntax, Glossary

ASIST, Glossary

associated concepts facet, Faceted Classification in Description

assumptions, The Semantic Perspective

asymmetric relationships, Glossary

Atlantic, Hypertext Links

Atom Publishing Protocol, Controlling Values

attribute, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories, Controlling Values, The Document Processing World, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

assert or assign, Glossary

inherited value, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories

types, The Document Processing World

value, Glossary

value constraints, Controlling Values

XML, Glossary

attribution, Types of Semantic Relationships, Attribution, Glossary

relationship, Attribution, Glossary

audience, Category Audience and Purpose

audio fingerprinting, Describing Music

Augmenting the Human Intellect, Hypertext Links

authentication, Resource Description to Support Selection

authenticity, Authenticity, Authenticity

authority control, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Glossary

authority data, Resource Description to Support Interactions

autoencoding, Neural networks

B

B, The Library of Congress Classification

PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY. RELIGION, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

backpropagation, Neural networks

Bacon, Francis, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme

Bacon, Kevin, The Structural Perspective

Bar Code Shopping in A Virtual Supermarket, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

Barnes Collection, Architectural Thinking

Barsalou, Lawrence, The Discipline of Organizing, Goal-Derived Categories

Bartók, Béla, Describing Music

basic category, Basic or Natural Categories

Batten, W. E., Structuring Descriptions

Bayes’ Theorem, Naïve Bayes Classifiers

Beckett, Samuel, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

behavioral economics, Why Is It Being Organized?, Classifications Support Interactions

Behavioral Economics, User Requirements

Benford’s Law, Detecting Errors and Fraud in Data

Berners-Lee, Tim, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Hypertext Links, Syntax

BI, Glossary

bi-directional, Glossary

bi-directional links, Glossary

bias in institutional categorization, Institutional Categories

biased classification, Classification Is Biased

bibliographic, The Discipline of Organizing, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Bibliographic Descriptions, The Process of Describing Resources, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Tillett’s Taxonomy, Bibliographic Classification, Glossary

classification, Bibliographic Classification

control, Use Controlled Vocabularies

description, Bibliographic Descriptions, The Process of Describing Resources, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary

costs, Resource Description to Support Interactions

relationships, Tillett’s Taxonomy

resource identity, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

universe, The Discipline of Organizing, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

bibliography, Glossary

bibliometrics, Curation, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

archives, Curation

document frequency, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Glossary

tag cloud, Glossary

term frequency, Glossary

typicality, Glossary

big data, Identity and Active Resources, Architectural Thinking, Architectural Thinking, Glossary

Big Data Makes Smart Soccer Players, Identity and Active Resources

Bill of Rights, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

Bina, Eric, Hypertext Links

binary link, Glossary

binomial naming scheme, Organizing Resources

biological classification, Resource Domain

BISAC, The BISAC Classification, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems, Glossary

BISG, The BISAC Classification, The BISAC Classification, Glossary

black box methods, Organizing Resources

Black Throated Wind, The Semantic Gap

blibliometrics, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis

altmetrics, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis

blobs, Blobs, Glossary

Bob Marley and the Wailers, The Concept of “Resource”

Book Industry Standards Advisory Committee, Glossary (see BISAC)

Book Industry Standards Group, Glossary (see BISG)

Boolean facets, A Classification for Facets, Glossary

Boolean search/retrieval, Boolean Retrieval

born digital, Glossary

Botticelli, Sandro, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

The Birth of Venus, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

BPEL, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Glossary

Brahe, Tycho, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

Brin, Sergei, The Concept of “Collection”

browsing, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Introduction

Browsing for Books, Value Creation with Digital Resources

Browsing Merchandise Catalogs, Introduction

Buckland, Michael, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing

built environment, Physical or Technological Environment

built environments, Organizing Built Environments

organizing, Organizing Built Environments

Burrell, Jenna, Smarter Farming in Japan

Bush, Vannevar, The Discipline of Organizing, Individual Curation, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links

business, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Why Is It Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, Selection Criteria, Selection Criteria, Organizing Physical Resources, Interaction and Value Creation, Access Policies, Access Policies, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Preserving Resource Types, Preserving Resource Types, Social and Web Curation, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Resource Agency, Resource Focus, Names with Undesirable Associations, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers, Effectivity, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description by Professionals, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, The Importance of Iterative Evaluation, Describing Video, Introduction, Attribution, Synonymy, Institutional Categories, Institutional Categories, A “Categorization Continuum”, Different Properties for Subsets of Resources, Classification vs. Tagging, Institutional Taxonomies, Institutional Semantics, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Mandated Classifications, Mandated Classifications, Mandated Classifications, Mandated Classifications, Classifications Support Interactions, Classifications Support Interactions, Classification Is Biased, Bibliographic Classification, The BISAC Classification, The BISAC Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Modeling within Constraints, Introduction, Introduction, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Physical or Technological Environment, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System, Requirements for Interactions, Requirements for Interactions, Requirements for Interactions, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Dealing with Conflicting Requirements, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm, Smarter Farming in Japan, Smarter Farming in Japan, The Antikythera Mechanism

access controls, Access Policies

activity records, Requirements for Interactions

authority, Specifications vs. Standards

auto collectors, Scope and Scale of the Collection

B2B, Classifications Support Interactions

Barta, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

BISG, The BISAC Classification

brand preservation, Preserving Resource Types

branding, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

built environment, Physical or Technological Environment

CAFE, A “Categorization Continuum”

central authority, Resource Description by Professionals

citations, Why Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Physical Resources, Classification vs. Tagging, Classifications Support Interactions

core competency, Selection Criteria

customer segments, Requirements for Interactions

decision support, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Foundations for Faceted Classification

e-government, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

EDI, Transforming Resources for Interactions

EDiTEUR, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

fantasy sports, Resource Focus

Feinberg, Classification Is Biased

FERPA, Mandated Classifications

funding, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions

Geico Insurance, Attribution

Hansen, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm

HIPAA, Mandated Classifications

Hublot, The Antikythera Mechanism

human agency, Resource Agency

identifiers, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers

imposed standards, Dealing with Conflicting Requirements

inaccurate representation, Resource Description to Support Selection

inconspicuous labelling, Resource Description to Support Selection

information efficiency, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources

integration, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Smarter Farming in Japan

intellectual capital, The Concept of “Resource”

interactions, Requirements for Interactions

interoperability, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

IT governance, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

KMS, Preserving Resource Types

learning management, Introduction

Linthicum, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

market power, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions

merchandise display, Different Properties for Subsets of Resources

NAPO, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

ONIX, Modeling within Constraints

organizing systems, Why Is It Being Organized?

personnel selection, Selection Criteria

Poole and Grudin, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm

product description, Resource Description to Support Interactions

quality movement, The Importance of Iterative Evaluation

ratings, Social and Web Curation

real estate ads, Resource Description to Support Selection

regulations, Mandated Classifications

reputation management, Names with Undesirable Associations

Samuelson, The BISAC Classification

Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Mandated Classifications

scientific management, The Concept of “Interactions”

set design, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description

Silverman, How Much Is It Being Organized?

SKU, Bibliographic Classification

Smith, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

standards, Institutional Categories, Institutional Taxonomies, Institutional Semantics, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Introduction, Transforming Resources for Interactions

tax codes, Effectivity

The Simpsons, Introduction

traceability, Access Policies, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System

transaction costs, How Much Is It Being Organized?

Turban, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

value capture, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm

value creation, Interaction and Value Creation

video labeling, Describing Video

Visual Thesaurus, Synonymy

Wakabayashi, Smarter Farming in Japan

worker satisfaction, Institutional Categories

business applications, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Interactions”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Organizing Digital Resources, Affordance and Capability, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Preserving Resource Types, Preserving Resource Types, Computational Curation, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Identity and Information Components, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions, Describing Music, Describing Video, A Classification for Facets, Introduction, Popularity-Based Retrieval, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

active resources, Active or Operant Resources

audio fingerprinting, Describing Music

authority and enforcement, Computational Curation

citation, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

computational agency, Value Creation with Physical Resources

content management, Preserving Resource Types

content negotiation, The Concept of “Resource”

digitization, The Concept of “Collection”

DRM, The Concept of “Interactions”

identity and information components, Identity and Information Components

inventory system, Organizing Digital Resources

knowledge management, Preserving Resource Types

learning management, Introduction

managing qualitative change, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

Martha Stewart, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery

metadata authority, Use Controlled Vocabularies

online store, Active or Operant Resources

PageRank, Popularity-Based Retrieval

patient management, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions

resource management, The Concept of “Interactions”, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

self-service technology, Value Creation with Digital Resources

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Active or Operant Resources

smart things, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources

smart travel, Affordance and Capability

social bookmarking, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

video analytics, Describing Video

walled gardens, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

Williams-Somoma, A Classification for Facets

Business Data Governance, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

Business Intelligence, Glossary (see BI)

business logic, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

Business Process Execution Language, Glossary (see BPEL)

business structures, The Structural Perspective

C

C, The Library of Congress Classification

AUXILLARY SCIENCES OF HISTORY (GENERAL), The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

CAFE, A “Categorization Continuum”, A “Categorization Continuum”, Glossary

CAFE Standards, A “Categorization Continuum”

cafeteria, Why Is It Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?

Cailliau, Robert, Hypertext Links

call numbers, Distinguish Identifying and Resolving, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Writing Systems

Cambridge University, Value Creation with Digital Resources

Can a Fish be a Document?, The Discipline of Organizing

capability, Affordance and Capability, Resource Description to Support Selection, Glossary

and compatibility, Resource Description to Support Selection

Card Catalog Cabinet, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources

Card From Library Catalog, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources

cardinality, Cardinality, Cardinality, Glossary

Carusi, Lucio, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

photo of statue, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

cataloging, The “Organizing System” Concept, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, Introduction, Organizing Resources, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Bibliographic Descriptions, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Bibliographic Organizing Systems, Resource Description and Access (RDA), Resource Description and Access (RDA), Introduction, Introduction, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Glossary

bibliographic domain, The “Organizing System” Concept, Organizing Resources, Bibliographic Descriptions, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Bibliographic Organizing Systems

cognition, Introduction

formal, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

history, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

Lubetsky, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

Panizzi, How Much Is It Being Organized?

RDA, Resource Description and Access (RDA), Resource Description and Access (RDA), Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

rules, Introduction

Cataloguing Rules and Principles, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

categories, Introduction, Introduction, The What and Why of Categories, Cultural Categories, Individual Categories, Institutional Categories, Principles for Creating Categories, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Category Design Issues and Implications, Basic or Natural Categories, Basic or Natural Categories, Implementing Categories, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

ad hoc, Glossary

basic, Basic or Natural Categories

classical, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Glossary

creating, Principles for Creating Categories

cultural, Cultural Categories, Glossary

design choices, Category Design Issues and Implications

exemplars, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

family resemblance, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

implementing, Implementing Categories

individual, Individual Categories

institutional, Institutional Categories

monothetic, Glossary

motivation, The What and Why of Categories

natural, Basic or Natural Categories

necessary and sufficient properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties

polythetic, Glossary

probabilistic, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

prototypes, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

psychological and linguistic, Introduction

Categories for the Description of Works of Art, Glossary (see CDWA)

categorization, The Concept of “Collection”, Introduction, Introduction, The What and Why of Categories, The What and Why of Categories, The What and Why of Categories, Individual Categories, Institutional Categories, A “Categorization Continuum”, A “Categorization Continuum”, Computational Categories, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Goal-Derived Categories, Classification: Assigning Resources to Categories, Classification vs. Categorization, About Intentional Arrangement, Glossary

category rules, Introduction

challenge, The Concept of “Collection”

color, Institutional Categories

computational, Computational Categories

contexts, The What and Why of Categories, The What and Why of Categories

continuum, A “Categorization Continuum”, About Intentional Arrangement

discussion, Classification: Assigning Resources to Categories

games, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

goal-derived, Goal-Derived Categories

individual, Individual Categories, Glossary

learning methods, The What and Why of Categories

limits, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization

Pyramid, Introduction

versus classification, Classification vs. Categorization

CBS, Introduction

CC, Introduction

CDWA, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

Centers for Disease Control, Number and Nature of Users

centrality, Glossary

CERN, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, Glossary

Chandler, Alfred, How Much Is It Being Organized?

character, Resource Format, Notations, Writing Systems, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

encoding, Writing Systems, Glossary

set, Resource Format, Notations, Glossary

character encoding, Notations, Glossary

checksum, Make Names Informative

Chinese Manuscript With Provenance Seals, Provenance

Chomsky, Noam, Syntax and Grammar, Syntax and Grammar, The What and Why of Categories

choropleth, Classification Is Biased

chronological ordering, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, When Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Digital Resources, Transitivity, Classification Schemes, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Glossary

defined, Glossary

exceptions, Organizing Digital Resources

chronological relationship, Tillett’s Taxonomy

CIDR, Glossary

circulation, The Concept of “Collection”, Glossary

citation relevance, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis

citation-based interactions, Citation-Based Retrieval

class, Resource Domain

class inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

classes, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Glossary

classical categories, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Glossary

Classical View of Categories, Necessary and Sufficient Properties

classification, Frameworks for Resource Description, Derivational Morphology, Derivational Morphology, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization, Classification: Assigning Resources to Categories, Introduction, Classification vs. Categorization, Classification vs. Categorization, Classification vs. Tagging, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Classification Schemes, Classification Schemes, Classification Schemes, Classification Schemes, Classification Schemes, Classification and Standardization, Institutional Taxonomies, Institutional Semantics, Specifications vs. Standards, Mandated Classifications, Understanding Classification, Classification Is Purposeful, Classifications Are Reference Models, Classifications Support Interactions, Classifications Support Interactions, Classification Is Principled, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Classification Is Biased, Bibliographic Classification, The Dewey Decimal Classification, The Library of Congress Classification, The BISAC Classification, Faceted Classification, Classification by Activity Structure, Computational Classification, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

analytico-synthetic, Classification Schemes, Glossary

and standardization, Classification and Standardization

biased, Classification Is Biased

bibliographic, Bibliographic Classification, The Dewey Decimal Classification, The Library of Congress Classification, The BISAC Classification

BISAC, The BISAC Classification

DDC, The Dewey Decimal Classification

LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

computational, Computational Classification

discussion, Classification: Assigning Resources to Categories

enumerative, Classification Schemes, Glossary

extensibility, Glossary

faceted, Faceted Classification, Glossary

flexibility of, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Glossary

hierarchical, Classification Schemes, Glossary

hospitality of, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Glossary

implicit, Classification Schemes, Glossary

institutional semantics, Institutional Semantics

institutional taxonomies, Institutional Taxonomies

integrity of, Glossary

introduction, Introduction

is purposeful, Classification Is Purposeful

literary warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

mandated, Mandated Classifications

naming or numbering schemes, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

post-coordination, Derivational Morphology

pre-coordination, Derivational Morphology

principled, Classification Is Principled

reference models, Classifications Are Reference Models

resource description, Frameworks for Resource Description

schemes, Classification Schemes

social, Glossary

specifications vs standards, Specifications vs. Standards

supports interaction, Classifications Support Interactions

tagging, Glossary

tagsonomy, Glossary

taskonomy, Classification by Activity Structure, Glossary

taxonomic, Glossary

understanding, Understanding Classification

versus categorization, Classification vs. Categorization

versus physical arrangement, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement

versus tagging, Classification vs. Tagging

Yahoo!, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization

Classification In A Novel User Interface, Classifications Support Interactions

classification scheme, Glossary

classifications, Introduction, Glossary

classifying, Organizing Resources, Inclusion, Glossary

living things, Organizing Resources

Classifying Hawaiian Boardshorts, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories

Classifying the Web, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization

Classless Inter-Domain Routing, Glossary (see CIDR)

Clemens, Samuel, Use Controlled Vocabularies

(see also Twain, Mark)

cloud services, Organizing Digital Resources

clustering, Categories Created by Clustering, Clustering / Classification, Glossary

classification, Clustering / Classification

Coase, Ronald, The Discipline of Organizing, How Much Is It Being Organized?

cognates, Glossary

cognitive science, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Resources, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, Affordance and Capability, Affordance and Capability, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Individual Curation, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Resource Format, Active or Operant Resources, Identity and Physical Resources, The Vocabulary Problem, The Vocabulary Problem, Homonymy, Polysemy, and False Cognates, Names with Undesirable Associations, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Persistent Resources, Introduction, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Resource Description by Users, Introduction, The Semantic Perspective, The Semantic Perspective, The Semantic Perspective, Types of Semantic Relationships, Inclusion, Inclusion, Inclusion, Attribution, Transitivity, Ontologies, The Lexical Perspective, The Lexical Perspective, Synonymy, Polysemy, Inflectional Morphology, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Introduction, Introduction, The What and Why of Categories, The What and Why of Categories, The What and Why of Categories, The What and Why of Categories, The What and Why of Categories, The What and Why of Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Institutional Categories, Single Properties, Single Properties, Single Properties, Single Properties, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Similarity, Similarity, Goal-Derived Categories, Theory-Based Categories, Basic or Natural Categories, Category Audience and Purpose, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, The Library of Congress Classification, The Library of Congress Classification, A Classification for Facets, Design Principles and Pragmatics, Design Principles and Pragmatics, Classification by Activity Structure, Classification by Activity Structure, Blobs, Notations, Syntax, User Requirements, User Requirements, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, A Multi-generational Photo Collection

1984, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

alphabet song, Notations

assumptions, The Semantic Perspective

Barsalou, Goal-Derived Categories

Bulmer’s chicken, The What and Why of Categories

categorization contexts, The What and Why of Categories

category knowledge, The What and Why of Categories

Chomsky, The What and Why of Categories

citations, Affordance and Capability, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Types of Semantic Relationships, Inclusion, Inclusion, Attribution, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Institutional Categories, Similarity, User Requirements, User Requirements, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, A Multi-generational Photo Collection

cognitive economy, Basic or Natural Categories

collective behavior, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

collective nouns, Identity and Physical Resources

conflation of properties, Single Properties

context dependency, Single Properties

correlation, The What and Why of Categories

cross-cultural marketing, Names with Undesirable Associations

cultural description, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

cultural differences, The Lexical Perspective

dialects, Category Audience and Purpose

English to Yoda, Syntax

ethnography, Classification by Activity Structure, Classification by Activity Structure

Gestalt principles, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources

grammatical gender, Cultural Categories

Hendrix, Jimi, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

Holbein carpet, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

homonymy, Inclusion

human computation, Active or Operant Resources

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

inference, Cultural Categories

kinship, Introduction

knives, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme

lexical gap, The Lexical Perspective, Design Principles and Pragmatics

lies we tell, Resource Description by Users

linguistic categories, Introduction

linguistic relativity, Cultural Categories

married name, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

memory techniques, Organizing Digital Resources

Miller, Synonymy

minimalist vocabulary, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

names of Lego pieces, Introduction

names of wars, The Library of Congress Classification

naming, The Vocabulary Problem, The Vocabulary Problem, Homonymy, Polysemy, and False Cognates

natural artificial languages, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

navy color chart, Resource Description to Support Interactions

neural computation, Blobs

Norman, Affordance and Capability

nouns, Cultural Categories

Odd Couple, How Much Is It Being Organized?

online dating, Resource Description to Support Selection

ontology, Ontologies

ordering, Single Properties

Paradox of Theseus, Persistent Resources

personal idiosyncrasy, Individual Curation

plural and possessive forms, Inflectional Morphology

polysemy, Polysemy

predicate-argument specificity, The Semantic Perspective

presentational fidelity, Resource Format

property relevance, Single Properties

prototype vs exemplar, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

psychological categories, Introduction

representation formalism, Organizing Resources

resource preservation, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

semantic assertion, The Semantic Perspective

semantic balance, Design Principles and Pragmatics

semiotics, Structural Relationships within a Resource

similarity, Similarity

stream of consciousness, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

surnames, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

tag convergence, Tagging of Web-based Resources

theory-based categories, Theory-Based Categories

transitivity, Transitivity

Tufte, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

typicality and centrality, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

universal grammer, The What and Why of Categories

verbs, Cultural Categories

wine regions, A Classification for Facets

Colisee de Quebec, The Concept of “Resource”

collection, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Collection”, Selecting Resources, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Glossary

resources, The Discipline of Organizing

scope and scale, Scope and Scale of the Collection

size and dynamics, Selecting Resources

collection development, Introduction, Glossary

Collection Space, Value Creation with Digital Resources

collocation, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

colocation, Organizing Resources

colon classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification

Color, Institutional Categories

Color Coded Library, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description

colorless green ideas, Syntax and Grammar

community curation, Social and Web Curation

competitive value, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

compliance, Access Policies, Glossary, Glossary

component-object inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

compound sentences, Syntax

compounding, Glossary

computational, The “Organizing System” Concept, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Agent”, Organizing Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Computational Curation, Resource Agency, Active or Operant Resources, Persistent Resources, Metadata, Naïve Bayes Classifiers, Institutional Taxonomies, Computational Classification, Blobs, User Requirements, Clustering / Classification, Smarter Farming in Japan

agents, The “Organizing System” Concept, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Agent”, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Persistent Resources, Metadata, Naïve Bayes Classifiers, Institutional Taxonomies, Blobs, User Requirements, Smarter Farming in Japan

classification, Computational Classification, Clustering / Classification

curation, Computational Curation

customers, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

information sources, Resource Agency

organization, Organizing Resources

processes, The Concept of “Agent”

computational categories, Computational Categories

Computational Descriptions of People, What Is Being Organized?

computing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, How Much Is It Being Organized?, When Is It Being Organized?, When Is It Being Organized?, When Is It Being Organized?, Selection Criteria, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Web-based Resources, Affordance and Capability, Affordance and Capability, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Accessibility, Accessibility, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Preserving the Web, Preserving Resource Types, Individual Curation, Social and Web Curation, Social and Web Curation, Governance, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Resource Domain, Resource Format, Resource Format, Resource Format, Resource Format, Resource Format, Resource Format, Resource Format, Resource Focus, Resource Identity, Identity and Information Components, Identity and Information Components, Identity and Active Resources, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, The Semantic Gap, Make Names Informative, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Persistent Identifiers, Persistent Identifiers, Effectivity, Introduction, Metadata, Metadata, Abstraction in Resource Description, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Who Uses the Descriptions?, Creating Resource Descriptions, Automated and Computational Resource Description, Automated and Computational Resource Description, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Describing Images, Describing Music, Describing Music, Describing Video, Introduction, Ontologies, Ontologies, Polysemy, The Structural Perspective, The Structural Perspective, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships between Resources, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Analyzing Link Structures, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis, Choice of Implementation, The Semantic Web and Linked Data, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories, Transformational Models of Similarity, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Naïve Bayes Classifiers, Naïve Bayes Classifiers, Categories Created by Clustering, Categories Created by Clustering, Classifications Support Interactions, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Classification Is Biased, Computational Classification, Computational Classification, Structuring Descriptions, Blobs, Sets, Dictionaries, Trees, Graphs, Graphs, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, Modeling within Constraints, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Controlling Values, Controlling Values, Controlling Values, Notations, Notations, Notations, Notations, Notations, Notations, Writing Systems, Writing Systems, Writing Systems, Writing Systems, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, The Document Processing World, The Semantic Web World, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Modes of Transformation, Modes of Transformation, Modes of Transformation, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Boolean Retrieval, Boolean Retrieval, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, Structure-Based Retrieval, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Architectural Thinking, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Smarter Farming in Japan, Single-Source Textbook Publishing, Single-Source Textbook Publishing, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism

accessibility, Accessibility

ACM, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

algorithm analysis, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

Ancient Computer, The Antikythera Mechanism

Antikythera simulation, The Antikythera Mechanism

As We May Think, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links

ASCII, Resource Format, Notations, Notations

ASCII vs BS 4730, Notations

Atom, Controlling Values

audio description, Blobs

base URI, XML Information Set

Batten cards, Structuring Descriptions

big data, Architectural Thinking

BPEL, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

calendar computer, The Antikythera Mechanism

character encodings, Writing Systems

check digit, Make Names Informative

citations, The Discipline of Organizing, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Affordance and Capability, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Social and Web Curation, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Resource Domain, Resource Format, Resource Format, The Semantic Gap, Metadata, Who Uses the Descriptions?, Automated and Computational Resource Description, Automated and Computational Resource Description, Describing Music, Describing Music, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Classification Is Biased, Computational Classification, Notations, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Modes of Transformation, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, Structure-Based Retrieval, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Single-Source Textbook Publishing

classes, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

complex modelling, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

constraints, Controlling Values

context framework, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

Cyc, Ontologies

Data and Reality, Introduction

data encoding, Transforming Resources for Interactions

data governance, Governance

data schemas, Resource Focus

datetime negotiation, Preserving the Web

de-duplication, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

detailed specifications, Resource Description to Support Selection

Dexter hypertext model, Hypertext Links

DITA and DocBook, Single-Source Textbook Publishing

djay, Resource Format

DNS, Organizing Web-based Resources

DocBook, Syntax

document engineering, Resource Identity

document type model, Preserving Resource Types

DOI, Persistent Identifiers

domain-specific languages, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

ETL, Modes of Transformation

EXI, Writing Systems

EXIF, When Is It Being Organized?, When Is It Being Organized?, Introduction

file types, Affordance and Capability

future proofing, Digitization and Preserving Resources

geopolitical borders, Effectivity

Google metadata, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions

granularity, Category Abstraction and Granularity

Grudin, How Much Is It Being Organized?

human factors, Social and Web Curation

human input, Value Creation with Digital Resources

hypertext, Hypertext Links

identity, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified

IEEE, Describing Video

information architecture, Classifications Support Interactions

information component, Identity and Information Components

inherited properties, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories

Internet of Things, Identity and Active Resources

IPv6, Persistent Identifiers

IR, Creating Resource Descriptions, Boolean Retrieval, Boolean Retrieval

k-means clustering, Categories Created by Clustering

linked data, The Semantic Web World

Literary Machines, Hypertext Links

machine learning methods, Naïve Bayes Classifiers, Naïve Bayes Classifiers

managing qualitative change, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

Memex, Individual Curation

metadata train wreck, When Is It Being Organized?

metamodels meet, Trees

model-driven architecture, Scope and Scale of the Collection

Mother of All Demos, Hypertext Links

named entity recognition, Structural Relationships within a Resource

namespaces, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

Netflix, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

non-deterministic algorithms, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

non-glottic writing systems, Syntax

normalization, Identity and Information Components

ontologies, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

ontology, Ontologies

ordering, Writing Systems

overlap, Value Creation with Digital Resources

page rank, Structural Relationships between Resources

presentational fidelity, Resource Format

primary key, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

RDF/XML, Writing Systems

reachability, Analyzing Link Structures

regular expressions, Controlling Values

relation, The Structural Perspective

resource tangibility, Organizing Digital Resources

REST, Hypertext Links

rooted tree, Graphs

Salton, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models

sampling big data, Computational Classification

schema evolution, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

schema semantics, XML Information Set

search algorithm effectiveness, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

search algorithms, Describing Images

semantic similarity, Polysemy

sensor networks, Smarter Farming in Japan

SGML, Metadata

simple as practical, Sets

small world problem, The Structural Perspective

SOA, Selection Criteria

social networks, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis

software generation, Scope and Scale of the Collection

speech recognition, Accessibility

storage tier, Organizing Digital Resources

SVM, Categories Created by Clustering

syntax, Syntax

synthetic Infoset, XML Information Set

TEI, Structural Relationships within a Resource

text encoding, Resource Format

transactional document, Scope and Scale of the Collection

transclusion, Hypertext Links

transformation, Transformational Models of Similarity, Modes of Transformation

Unicode, Resource Format, Notations

Unicode chart, Notations

URIs, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

UUID, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified

validation, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

value constraints, Dictionaries

vocabularies, Modeling within Constraints

web links, Hypertext Links

WSDL, Abstraction in Resource Description

XInclude, XML Information Set

XLink, XML Information Set

XML entity reference, XML Information Set

XML ID/IDREF, Choice of Implementation, XML Information Set

XML Infoset, XML Information Set

XML Infoset contributions, XML Information Set, The Document Processing World

XML metamodels, XML Information Set

XML schemas, Graphs

XPath, Resource Description to Support Interactions

XSLT, Resource Description to Support Interactions

concept, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The “Organizing System” Concept, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Introduction, Affordance and Capability, Affordance and Capability, Interaction and Value Creation, Interaction and Value Creation, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Curation, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Identity and Information Components, Metadata, The Process of Describing Resources, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Inclusion, Attribution, Possession, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Degree, Cultural Categories, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity

affordance, Affordance and Capability

agent, The Concept of “Agent”

associative indexing, Hypertext Links

attribution, Attribution

capability, Affordance and Capability

collection, The Concept of “Collection”

curation, Introduction, Curation

directionality of a relationship, Degree

document, The Discipline of Organizing

follow-only structures, Hypertext Links

governance, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

identity, Identity and Information Components

in data modeling, Inclusion

index, The Concept of “Collection”

information, The Discipline of Organizing

intentional arrangement, The Concept of “Agent”

interaction, Interaction and Value Creation

interactions, The Concept of “Interactions”

linguistic relativity, Cultural Categories

memory institution, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

metadata, Metadata

organizing principle, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

organizing system, The “Organizing System” Concept

possession, Possession

read-only structures, Hypertext Links

relationship, Describing Relationships: An Overview

resource, The Concept of “Resource”

resource description, The Process of Describing Resources

size principle, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity

value creation, Interaction and Value Creation

Concert Tickets, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”

conditional execution, Active or Operant Resources

Condorcet, Nicolas de, The Discipline of Organizing, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification

confidentiality, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

conservator, Institutional Curation

Constraint vs Flexibility, Determining Interactions

constraints, Introduction, Selecting Resources, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Resource Domain, Resource Format, Identity and Physical Resources, The Process of Describing Resources, Abstraction in Resource Description, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions, The Semantic Perspective, Structural Relationships within a Resource, The What and Why of Categories, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Bibliographic Classification, Sets, Lists, Dictionaries, Dictionaries, Trees, Trees, Graphs, Graphs, XML Information Set, Choosing Your Constraints, Modeling within Constraints, Modeling within Constraints, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Controlling Values, Writing Systems, Worlds of Description, The Web World, The Semantic Web World, Determining Interactions, Determining Interactions, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Accuracy of Transformations, Implementing Interactions, Evaluating Interactions, Evaluating Interactions, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Physical or Technological Environment, Physical or Technological Environment, Requirements for Interactions, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology, Architectural Thinking, Glossary

business rules, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology

contextual, Introduction, The Semantic Perspective

data types and values, The Process of Describing Resources, Abstraction in Resource Description, Lists, Dictionaries, Dictionaries, Trees, Controlling Values

domain, Selecting Resources

environment, Worlds of Description, Evaluating Interactions, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Physical or Technological Environment, Physical or Technological Environment

funding, Requirements for Interactions

graphs and trees, Trees, Graphs, Graphs, Choosing Your Constraints

interaction, Determining Interactions, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Accuracy of Transformations, Implementing Interactions, Evaluating Interactions

models, Modeling within Constraints, Modeling within Constraints

natural, Resource Domain, Identity and Physical Resources

organizational, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

physical, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Resource Format, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Bibliographic Classification, Architectural Thinking

schema, Structural Relationships within a Resource, The What and Why of Categories, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, XML Information Set, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

Semantic Web, The Semantic Web World

socio-political, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

temporal, The Web World

unintentional, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions

writing system, Writing Systems

Content Audit, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

contextual properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Glossary

controlled vocabulary, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction, Faceted Classification in Description, Glossary

copyright, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Interactions”, The Concept of “Interactions”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

digitization implications, Value Creation with Digital Resources

DRM, The Concept of “Interactions”

fair use doctrine, The Concept of “Interactions”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

first sale doctrine, Value Creation with Digital Resources

orphan works, The Concept of “Collection”

core competency principle, Selection Criteria

Corporate Average Fuel Economy, Glossary (see CAFE)

corporate libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

corpus, The Concept of “Collection”

costs, Foreword to the First Edition, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Interactions”, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, Selection Criteria, Selection Criteria, Organizing Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Social and Web Curation, Authenticity, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Determining the Scope and Focus, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Institutional Categories, Single Properties, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Institutional Semantics, Specifications vs. Standards, Mandated Classifications, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Structuring Descriptions, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology, Standardization and Legacy Considerations, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Single-Source Textbook Publishing

accounting, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Interactions”, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Digital Resources, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

acquisition, Selection Criteria

appraisal, Resource Description to Support Selection

bibliographic description, Resource Description to Support Interactions

compliance, Mandated Classifications

computed, Single Properties

data conversion, Standardization and Legacy Considerations

digitization, Authenticity

efficiency, Structuring Descriptions

human factors, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, Organizing Resources, Social and Web Curation, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Single-Source Textbook Publishing

implementation tradeoffs, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology

imprecision, Scope and Scale of the Collection

integration, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

interaction, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Value Creation with Digital Resources

legal, The Concept of “Collection”, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

Moore’s Law, Foreword to the First Edition

Moore’s law, How Much Is It Being Organized?

product, Determining the Scope and Focus

services, Selection Criteria

shared, Digitization and Preserving Resources

standardization, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

storage, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

switching, Specifications vs. Standards

transaction, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Institutional Categories, Institutional Semantics

versioning, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

counter-terrorism, Computational Curation

coverage, Design Principles and Pragmatics, Glossary

creating, Introduction, Creating Resource Descriptions

resource descriptions, Creating Resource Descriptions

resources, Introduction

criteria, Selection Criteria

selecting, Selection Criteria

CRM, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems, Glossary

crosswalk, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, CalBug and its Search Interface Redesign, Glossary

CalBug search redesign, CalBug and its Search Interface Redesign

CSN&Y, The Concept of “Resource”

cultural categories, Cultural Categories, Glossary

cultural context, Organizing Digital Resources, Glossary

materiality, Organizing Digital Resources, Glossary

cultural properties, Glossary

Cuneiform Document at the Pergamon, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource

curation, Curation, Institutional Curation, Individual Curation, Social and Web Curation, Computational Curation, Glossary

computational, Computational Curation

individual, Individual Curation

institutional, Institutional Curation

social and web, Social and Web Curation

curator, Institutional Curation

currency of information, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

current awareness service, Affordance and Capability

curse of dimensionality, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity

customer information, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

Customer Relationship Management, Glossary (see CRM)

customer segments, Requirements for Interactions

Cutter, Charles, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Interactions”

Cyc, Ontologies

D

D, The Library of Congress Classification

WORLD HISTORY (EXCEPT AMERICAN HISTORY), The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

dalmatian, Intrinsic Static Properties

Dalmatian, Intrinsic Static Properties

intrinsic static properties, Intrinsic Static Properties

dark data, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems

Dark Patterns, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

Darwin Core, CalBug and its Search Interface Redesign

Darwin, Charles, The Concept of “Agent”

data, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

capture, extraction, generation, insertion, selection, Glossary

de-duplication, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

digital curation, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems

dirty, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources

future proofing, Digitization and Preserving Resources

interval, Organizing Digital Resources

nominal, Organizing Digital Resources

ordinal, Organizing Digital Resources

precision, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Glossary

ratio, Organizing Digital Resources

retention, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

rot, Glossary

schema, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Glossary

tall, The Discipline of Organizing

wide, The Discipline of Organizing

Data and Reality, Introduction, Introduction

data management plan, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems

data quality assessment, Selection Criteria

data science, The Discipline of Organizing, What Is Being Organized?, Introduction, Selection Criteria, Selection Criteria, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Organizing Resources, Detecting Errors and Fraud in Data, Affordance and Capability, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Preserving Resource Instances, Preserving Resource Collections, Computational Curation, Computational Curation, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Resource Focus, Identity and Active Resources, Identity and Active Resources, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction, Automated and Computational Resource Description, Automated and Computational Resource Description, Automated and Computational Resource Description, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions, Describing Images, Describing Images, Describing Music, Describing Music, Describing Video, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships between Resources, Analyzing Link Structures, Institutional Categories, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity, Probabilistic Decision Trees, Naïve Bayes Classifiers, Interactions Based on Derived Properties, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Index

(see also machine learning)

anomaly detection, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources

audio fingerprinting, Describing Music

Bayes’ Theorem, Naïve Bayes Classifiers

black box methods, Organizing Resources

citation, Preserving Resource Collections

citations, Computational Curation, Active or Operant Resources

computational customers, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

curse of dimensionality, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity

data cleaning, Introduction, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources

decision tree, Probabilistic Decision Trees

dimensionality reduction, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction

duplicate detection, Computational Curation

feature extraction, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

fraud detection, Detecting Errors and Fraud in Data

gerrymandering, Institutional Categories

graph algorithms, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure, Structural Relationships between Resources, Analyzing Link Structures

in collective intelligence, Active or Operant Resources

in resource description, Resource Description to Support Selection, Automated and Computational Resource Description, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Describing Images, Describing Music, Scope and Scale of the Collection

in resource selection, Selection Criteria

indexing algorithms, Structural Relationships within a Resource

information overlap, Affordance and Capability

model selection, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions

overfitting, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

pattern analysis, Identity and Active Resources

predictive analytics, What Is Being Organized?, Identity and Active Resources, Automated and Computational Resource Description

predictive maintenance, Preserving Resource Instances, Resource Description to Support Maintenance

quality assessment, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources

regularization, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

sampling, Selection Criteria

statistically improbable phrases, Automated and Computational Resource Description

Twitter, Resource Focus

video analytics, Describing Video, Interactions Based on Derived Properties

visual signature, Describing Images

Data Science and the Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing

data storage, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

architectural tier, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

data structures, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Sets, Lists, Dictionaries, Graphs, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

abstract models, Glossary

blob, Glossary

classes, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

dictionary, Dictionaries, Glossary

graph, Graphs, Glossary, Glossary

reachability, Glossary

list, Lists, Glossary

logical hierarchy, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Glossary

map, Glossary

node, Glossary

object, Glossary

self-organizing system, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, Glossary

set, Glossary

sets, Sets

tree, Glossary

data warehouse, Introduction

dataset, The Concept of “Collection”

datetime negotiation, Preserving the Web

DBpedia, The Semantic Web World

DC, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Syntax, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

creator, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

DCMI, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Syntax, Glossary

DDC, Classification Schemes, Institutional Taxonomies, Institutional Taxonomies, Specifications vs. Standards, Principles for Assigning Resources to Categories, The Dewey Decimal Classification, The BISAC Classification, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems, Glossary

decision support, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

decision tree, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Probabilistic Decision Trees, Glossary

probabilistic, Probabilistic Decision Trees

simple, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

decision trees, Design Principles and Pragmatics

Declaration of Independence, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

decoding, Transforming Resources for Interactions

deep learning, Describing Images, Neural networks

Deep Purple, The Concept of “Resource”

default attribute values, The Document Processing World

default choices, User Requirements

Defining Quality, Evaluating Resource Descriptions

definition, Glossary

extensional, Glossary

definition of marriage, The Semantic Perspective

degree, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Degree, Degree, Glossary

architectural perspective, Degree

of organizing systems, How Much Is It Being Organized?

degrees of separation, The Structural Perspective

delivery service, Value Creation with Physical Resources

Delphi, Value Creation with Digital Resources

derivational morphology, Relationships among Word Forms, Derivational Morphology, Glossary

derivative relationships, Tillett’s Taxonomy, Tillett’s Taxonomy

DeRose, Steve, XML Information Set

describing, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Describing Non-text Resources, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Describing Images, Describing Music, Describing Video, Describing Relationships: An Overview

images, Describing Images

museum and artistic resources, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

music, Describing Music

non-text resources, Describing Non-text Resources

relationships, Describing Relationships: An Overview

resource description, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

video, Describing Video

description, What Is Being Organized?, “Description” as an Inclusive Term, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Bibliographic Descriptions, Designing the Description Vocabulary

bibliographic, Bibliographic Descriptions

computational, What Is Being Organized?

inclusive term, “Description” as an Inclusive Term

kinship relationship, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

vocabulary, Designing the Description Vocabulary

Description and Expertise, Who Uses the Descriptions?

descriptive control, Bibliographic Descriptions

descriptive metadata, Frameworks for Resource Description, Frameworks for Resource Description

descriptive relationship, Tillett’s Taxonomy

design, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

patterns, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

design decisions, Design Decisions in Organizing Systems

designed resource access policies, Access Policies

designing, Introduction, Introduction, Designing Resource-based Interactions, Designing the Description Vocabulary, Designing the Description Form, Designing a Faceted Classification System

description vocabulary, Designing the Description Vocabulary

faceted classification system, Designing a Faceted Classification System

resource description, Designing the Description Form

form and implementation, Designing the Description Form

resource-based interactions, Introduction, Introduction, Designing Resource-based Interactions

determining, Determining Interactions, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

interactions, Determining Interactions, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

access policies, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

user requirements, User Requirements

Dewey Decimal Classification, Glossary (see DDC)

Dewey Dilemma, The BISAC Classification

Dewey, Melvil, The Dewey Decimal Classification

DFR, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Glossary (see DSM)

diagramming sentences, Blobs

dictionary, Dictionaries, Dictionaries, Dictionaries, Glossary

reverse lookup, Dictionaries

Die Ringes des Saturn, Writing Descriptions

digital library, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Digital Description of a Primary Digital Resource

Digital Object Framework,

Digital Object Identifier, Glossary (see DOI)

digital preservation, Computational Curation

(see also curation)

digital resources, Selection Criteria, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources

organizing, Organizing Digital Resources

rights management, Organizing Digital Resources

selecting, Selection Criteria

Digital Rights Management, Glossary (see DRM)

digital signatures, Authenticity

digital things, The Discipline of Organizing

digitization, Selection Criteria, Glossary

DIKW hierarchy, The Discipline of Organizing

dimensionality reduction, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction, Glossary

directionality, Directionality, Directionality, Glossary

dirty data, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources

disambiguating homonymy, Inclusion

discipline, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, Glossary

information architecture, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

of organizing, The Discipline of Organizing

discovery, Resource Description to Support Selection

Disneyland, Organizing Built Environments

queues, Organizing Built Environments

Distinction between Data and Information, The Discipline of Organizing

DITA, Single-Source Textbook Publishing

DJ Describes and Organizes Music, Describing Music

DNA, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified

DNS, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, Organizing Web-based Resources, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Resource Description by Professionals, Glossary

Do You Trust This?, Authenticity

DocBook, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Syntax, Single-Source Textbook Publishing

DocBook Schema, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Doctorow, Cory, Resource Description by Users

document, Resource Domain

document engineering, Resource Identity

document frequency (df), Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Glossary

Document Inventory, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

document processing, The Document Processing World

document semantics, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

Document Similarity, Geometric Models of Similarity

Document Type Definition, Glossary (see DTD)

document type model, Preserving Resource Types

Document Type Spectrum, Resource Domain, Resource Domain, Identity and Information Components, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

DOI, Persistent Identifiers, Persistent Identifiers, Glossary

domain, Four Distinctions about Resources, Resource Domain, Resource Domain, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, Glossary

Domain Name System, Glossary (see DNS)

domain ontologies, Resource Identity

Doobie Brothers, The Concept of “Resource”

Driving in Samoa, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

DRM, The Concept of “Interactions”, Identifying Properties, Glossary

DSM, Institutional Taxonomies, Institutional Taxonomies, Glossary

DTD, Metadata, Graphs, The Document Processing World, Glossary

Dublin Core, Glossary (see DC)

Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, Glossary (see DCMI)

Duguid, Paul, Preserving Resource Instances

Dumais, Susan, The Discipline of Organizing, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing

Dumbing Down, Accuracy of Transformations

E

E, The Library of Congress Classification

HISTORY: AMERICA, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

E-government, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

Earth, Enumeration

ECM, Glossary

edge, Glossary

EDI, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

EDM, Glossary

effectivity, Effectivity, Resources over Time, Effectivity, Effectivity, Effectivity, Effectivity, Effectivity, Effectivity, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Glossary

conceptual relationships, Resources over Time

contextual, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

in tax code, Effectivity

locative, Effectivity

of jurisdictions, Effectivity

role-based, Effectivity

temporal, Effectivity, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

Electronic Data Interchange, Glossary (see EDI)

element item, XML Information Set, Glossary

element node, XML Information Set

references property, XML Information Set

Elton John, The Concept of “Resource”

Emerson, Lake and Palmer, The Concept of “Resource”

encoding scheme, Controlling Values, Glossary

encryption, Authenticity

energy facet, Foundations for Faceted Classification

Engelbart, Douglas, The Discipline of Organizing, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links

Augmenting the Human Intellect, Hypertext Links

credits As We May Think, Hypertext Links

Mother of All Demos, Hypertext Links

English language, Category Audience and Purpose

variants, Category Audience and Purpose

Enterprise Content Management, Glossary (see ECM)

Enterprise Data Management, Glossary (see EDM)

Enterprise Resource Planning, Glossary (see ERP)

entropy, How Much Is It Being Organized?

enumeration, Enumeration

enumerative classification, Classification Schemes, Glossary

enumerative facets, A Classification for Facets, Glossary

environment, Physical or Technological Environment

equivalence, The Semantic Perspective, Equivalence

equivalence class, Glossary, Glossary

equivalence relationship, Equivalence, Tillett’s Taxonomy, Glossary

ERP, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems, Glossary

ethnography, Classification by Activity Structure, Classification by Activity Structure

ethnomusicology, Describing Music

ETL, Modes of Transformation, Glossary

European Organization for Nuclear Research, Glossary (see CERN)

evaluating, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, Evaluating Interactions

interactions, Evaluating Interactions

resource descriptions, Evaluating Resource Descriptions

Everything is Miscellaneous, Physical Description of a Primary Digital Resource

Exchangeable Image File Format, Glossary (see EXIF)

EXI, Writing Systems

EXIF, When Is It Being Organized?, Introduction, Glossary

Exlibris Primo, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions

exploitive control, Bibliographic Descriptions

exploratory data analysis, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data

explore, Resource Description to Support Interactions

expression, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Glossary

extensibility of classification, Glossary

Extensible Markup Language, Glossary (see XML)

Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations, Glossary (see XSLT)

extension, Glossary

extensional definition, Glossary

Extract, Transform, and Load, Glossary (see ETL)

extractions, Tillett’s Taxonomy

F

F, The Library of Congress Classification

HISTORY: AMERICA, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

face-matching, Value Creation with Digital Resources

Facebook, Organizing Web-based Resources, Describing Images

walled garden, Organizing Web-based Resources

faceted classification, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Classification Schemes, Faceted Classification, Faceted Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, A Classification for Facets, A Classification for Facets, A Classification for Facets, A Classification for Facets, Designing a Faceted Classification System, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

activities facet, Faceted Classification in Description

agents facet, Faceted Classification in Description

analytico-synthetic facets, Classification Schemes, Glossary

associated concepts facet, Faceted Classification in Description

Boolean facets, A Classification for Facets, Glossary

designing a system, Designing a Faceted Classification System

enumerative facets, A Classification for Facets, Glossary

hierarchical facets, A Classification for Facets, Glossary

materials facet, Faceted Classification in Description

object facet, Faceted Classification in Description

organizing with, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties

origins, Foundations for Faceted Classification

physical attributes facet, Faceted Classification in Description

spectrum facets, A Classification for Facets, Glossary

styles and periods facet, Faceted Classification in Description

taxonomic facets, Glossary

factor analysis, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction (see dimensionality reduction)

fair use doctrine, The Concept of “Interactions”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

fake data, Detecting Errors and Fraud in Data

family, Resource Domain

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, Glossary (see FERPA)

family resemblance, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Glossary

Family Resemblance and Typicality, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

family tree, Introduction

fantasy sports, Resource Focus, Resource Focus

FCC, Mandated Classifications, Glossary

FDA, Mandated Classifications, Glossary

feature, Organizing Resources, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Glossary (see property)

latent, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

feature extraction, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction (see dimensionality reduction)

feature traceability, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System

feature-activity inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

Federal Communications Commission, Glossary (see FCC)

Federal Trade Commission, Glossary (see FTC)

FERPA, Mandated Classifications, Glossary

File Transfer Protocol, Glossary (see FTP)

Filo, David, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

finding, The Concept of “Interactions”, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions

interaction, The Concept of “Interactions”

resource description, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Interactions

support interactions, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Interactions

Finding Friends, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity

first sale doctrine, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Access Policies, Resource Format

flexibility, Determining Interactions

flexibility of classification, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Glossary

Flickr, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Describing Images

FOAF, RDA and the Semantic Web, Glossary

focus, Four Distinctions about Resources, Resource Focus, Resource Focus, Determining the Scope and Focus, Glossary

determining, Resource Focus

resource, Resource Focus

resource description, Determining the Scope and Focus

folksonomy, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, Classification vs. Tagging, Classification vs. Tagging, Classification vs. Tagging

fonds, What Is Being Organized?, What Is Being Organized?, Glossary

font, Notations, Glossary

Food and Drug Administration, Glossary (see FDA)

form, Frameworks for Resource Description, Glossary

format, Four Distinctions about Resources, Resource Format, Frameworks for Resource Description, Glossary

resource, Resource Format

versus form, Frameworks for Resource Description

FRAD, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary

framework, The Discipline of Organizing, Frameworks for Resource Description, Glossary

resource description, Frameworks for Resource Description

fraud detection, Detecting Errors and Fraud in Data

FRBR, What Is Being Organized?, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Tillett’s Taxonomy, RDA and the Semantic Web, Glossary

family, Resource Description to Support Interactions

functional requirements, Resource Description to Support Interactions

navigation, Resource Description to Support Interactions

purposes, Resource Description to Support Interactions

Friend of a Friend, Glossary (see FOAF)

From ‘Kentucky Fried Chicken’ to ‘KFC’, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

FRSAD, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary

FTC, Mandated Classifications, Glossary

FTP, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

Functional Requirements for Authority Data, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary (see FRAD)

Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records, Glossary (see FRBR)

Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Data, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary (see FRSAD)

funding cuts, Requirements for Interactions

Furnas, George, The Vocabulary Problem

G

G, The Library of Congress Classification

GEOGRAPHY. ANTHROPOLOGY. RECREATION, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

Garfield, Eugene, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis

gas stations, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

Gecko, Martin the, Attribution

Gentner, Dedre, Implementing Theory-Based Categories

genus, Resource Domain

Geometric Distance Functions, Geometric Models of Similarity

gerrymandering, Institutional Categories

Gestalt Principles, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources

Getty Trust, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Thesauri, Thesauri, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description

AAT, Thesauri, Thesauri, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description

CDWA, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

Gibson, J. J., The Discipline of Organizing, Affordance and Capability

Gimme Shelter, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

Global Positioning System, Glossary (see GPS)

Globally Unique Identifier, Glossary (see GUID)

glyph, Notations, Glossary

goal-derived categories, Goal-Derived Categories

Google, The Concept of “Collection”, When Is It Being Organized?, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Resource Format, Resource Format, Resource Format, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, The BISAC Classification, Popularity-Based Retrieval

Art Project, Resource Format, Resource Format

book digitization project, The Concept of “Collection”, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Resource Format, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, The BISAC Classification

PageRank, Popularity-Based Retrieval

personalized ad placement, When Is It Being Organized?

Google Glass, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

Google Image Search, User Requirements

Gottlob, Frege, Single Properties

governance, When Is It Being Organized?, Governance, Governance, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems, Glossary

corporate, Governance

in business organizing systems, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

in scientific organizing systems, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems

GPS, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Granularity and Abstraction, Smarter Farming in Japan, Glossary

GPS coordinates, Granularity and Abstraction

gradience, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

grammar, Sets, Glossary, Glossary

invisible structure, Sets

granularity, Describing Instances or Describing Collections, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Granularity and Abstraction, Glossary

category, Category Abstraction and Granularity

resource description, Describing Instances or Describing Collections

graphs, Graphs, Graphs, Glossary

Great Sphinx at Giza, Persistence

GUID, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Glossary, Glossary

Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Guugu Yimithirr, Cultural Categories

H

H, The Library of Congress Classification

SOCIAL SCIENCE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

Hansen, Morten, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm

Hardin, Joseph, Hypertext Links

hash sign, #, Notations

Hathi Trust, The Concept of “Collection”, Digitization and Preserving Resources

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Glossary (see HIPAA)

Hearst Castle, What Is Being Organized?

archives, What Is Being Organized?

Hearst, Marti, Affordance and Capability

heatmap, Interactions Based on Derived Properties

Hendrix, Jimi, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

hierarchical, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Glossary

facets, Glossary

structures, Value Creation with Digital Resources

problems with overlap, Value Creation with Digital Resources

hierarchical classification, Classification Schemes, Glossary

hierarchical facets, A Classification for Facets

HIPAA, Mandated Classifications, Glossary

histogram, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data

Histogram, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data

holacracy, Organizing Physical Resources

Holbein carpet, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

Holman, Ken, Resource Description to Support Interactions

XPath training, Resource Description to Support Interactions

homographs, Homonymy, Polysemy, and False Cognates, Glossary

homonyms, Inclusion, Glossary

disambiguating, Inclusion

hospitality of classification, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Glossary

How Many Things is a Chess Set?, Resources with Parts

HR, Access Policies, Glossary

HTML, Hypertext Links, Glossary

HTTP, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, Preserving the Web, The Web World, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

datetime negotiation, Preserving the Web

resource, The Concept of “Resource”

human computation, Active or Operant Resources

human perceptual and cognitive systems, Blobs

human resources, The Concept of “Resource”

intentional arrangement, The Concept of “Resource”

Human Resources, Glossary (see HR)

husband, The Semantic Perspective

traditional definition, The Semantic Perspective

hypernym, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Thesauri, Glossary

semantic relationship, Thesauri

hypertext, Glossary, Glossary

relationship, Glossary

hypertext links, Structural Relationships between Resources, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Degree, Degree, Degree, Directionality, Syntax and Grammar, Requirements for Implementation Syntax, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

among resources, Structural Relationships between Resources

anchor text, Hypertext Links, Glossary

bi-directional, Glossary

binary link, Glossary

cardinality, Degree

degree, Degree

directionality, Degree, Directionality, Glossary

implementation syntax, Requirements for Implementation Syntax

link base, Glossary

link type, Hypertext Links, Glossary

n-ary links, Glossary

one-way link, Glossary

perspectives, Hypertext Links

qualified names, Glossary

syntax and grammar, Syntax and Grammar

transclusion, Hypertext Links, Glossary

HyperText Markup Language, Glossary (see HTML)

Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Glossary (see HTTP)

hyponym, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Thesauri, Glossary

semantic relationship, Thesauri

hyponymy and hypernymy, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy

semantic relationship, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy

I

IA, Classification vs. Tagging

tag clouds, Classification vs. Tagging

IAU, Enumeration, Enumeration, Glossary

IBM, Glossary

ICANN, Organizing Web-based Resources, Resource Description by Professionals, Glossary

ICD-10-CM, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

ID/IDREF, XML Information Set

identifier, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers, Persistence, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

choosing good identifiers, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers

GUID, Glossary, Glossary

persistence, Persistence

identifying, The Concept of “Interactions”, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Identifying Properties, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions

interaction, The Concept of “Interactions”

properties, Identifying Properties

for resource description, Identifying Properties

resource description, Resource Description to Support Interactions

support interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions

resources, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions

for interaction, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions

identity, What Is Being Organized?, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Introduction, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Resource Format, Resource Identity, Identity and Physical Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Active Resources, Naming Resources, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Persistence, Authenticity, Authenticity, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Distinguishing Access from Control, Glossary

active resource, Identity and Active Resources

authenticity, Authenticity

bibliographic resource, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

context, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

customer, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

establishing, Authenticity

Lubetzky, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

name authority, Identity, Identifiers, and Names

naming resources, Naming Resources, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

obfuscated by services, Distinguishing Access from Control

Panizzi, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

persistence, Persistence

physical resource, Identity and Physical Resources

resource, Introduction, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Resource Format, Resource Identity, Resource Description to Support Interactions

ideograph, Glossary

character, Glossary

IEEE, Describing Video, Glossary

IETF, Specifications vs. Standards, Glossary

If This, Then That, Active or Operant Resources

IFLA, The Concept of “Interactions”, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Glossary

IFTTT, Active or Operant Resources

IHTSDO, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

images, Describing Images, Describing Images

describing, Describing Images

search algorithms, Describing Images

implementation, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Choice of Implementation

choice, Choice of Implementation

implementation perspective, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Hypertext Links, The Implementation Perspective , The Implementation Perspective , Syntax and Grammar, Glossary

analyzing relationships, The Implementation Perspective

hypertext links, Hypertext Links, The Implementation Perspective

syntax, Syntax and Grammar

implementing, Implementing Categories, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Interactions

categories, Implementing Categories

classical categories, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

interactions, Implementing Interactions

implicit classification, Classification Schemes, Glossary

imposed policies, Access Policies, Glossary

In Which Country Do You Live?, Effectivity

inclusion, Inclusion, Types of Semantic Relationships, Inclusion, Inclusion, Inclusion, Inclusion, Inclusion, Inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

class inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

component-object, Inclusion, Glossary

feature-activity, Inclusion, Glossary

locative, Glossary

member-collection, Inclusion, Glossary

meronymic, Glossary

part-whole, Glossary

phase-activity, Inclusion, Glossary

place-area, Inclusion, Glossary

portion-mass, Glossary

relationship, Types of Semantic Relationships, Glossary

semantic relationship type, Inclusion

stuff-object, Inclusion, Glossary

temporal, Glossary

topological, Glossary

Inclusions and References, XML Information Set

index, The Concept of “Collection”, Glossary

Index, Index

individual, Individual Curation, Individual Categories

categories, Individual Categories

curation, Individual Curation

individual categorization, Individual Categories, Glossary

inference, Cultural Categories

infinite loop, Index (see loop, infinite)

inflectional morphology, Inflectional Morphology, Inflectional Morphology, Glossary

information, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Identity and Information Components

as thing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing

efficiency, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources

identity, Identity and Information Components

information architecture, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources, Organizing the Land, Organizing Built Environments, Orientation and Wayfinding Mechanisms, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, The Vocabulary Problem, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Aggregated Information Objects, , , , , Hypertext Links, Classifications Support Interactions, Classifications Support Interactions, User Requirements

Arthur and Passini, Orientation and Wayfinding Mechanisms

citations, The Vocabulary Problem, , User Requirements

classification and organizing, Classifications Support Interactions

design patterns, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

Gestalt principles, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources

inference, Tagging of Web-based Resources

information theory, How Much Is It Being Organized?

Lagoze, ,

McDonough,

minimalist design, Hypertext Links

model-based foundations, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

Morville, Classifications Support Interactions

Pancake, Aggregated Information Objects

queues, Organizing Built Environments

street grids, Organizing the Land

tag soup, Tagging of Web-based Resources

web pages, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

information gain, Probabilistic Decision Trees

Information Inventory, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

information retrieval, Boolean Retrieval, Tag / Annotate, Interactions Based on Collection Properties, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, Structure-Based Retrieval, Clustering / Classification, Interactions Based on Derived Properties, Popularity-Based Retrieval, Citation-Based Retrieval, Translation, Interactions Based on Combining Resources, Mash-Ups, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery

based on combining resources, Interactions Based on Combining Resources

combining resources, Interactions Based on Combining Resources

based on computed properties, Interactions Based on Derived Properties

based on linked data, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery

based on mash-ups, Mash-Ups

Boolean search, Boolean Retrieval

by collection properties, Interactions Based on Collection Properties

citation-based, Citation-Based Retrieval

clustering/classification, Clustering / Classification

latent semantic indexing, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing

popularity-based, Popularity-Based Retrieval

structure-based retrieval, Structure-Based Retrieval

tag/annotate, Tag / Annotate

translation-based, Translation

vector space retrieval, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models

Information Technology Infrastructure Library, Glossary (see ITIL)

information theory, How Much Is It Being Organized?

information_components, Identity and Information Components

inherited, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Glossary (see IEEE)

institutional, When Is It Being Organized?, Institutional Curation, Institutional Categories, Institutional Taxonomies, Institutional Taxonomies, Institutional Semantics, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

categories, Institutional Categories

curation, Institutional Curation

governance, When Is It Being Organized?, Glossary

semantics, Institutional Semantics, Glossary

taxonomies, Institutional Taxonomies, Glossary

taxonomy, Institutional Taxonomies

integration, Principles of Good Description, Principles of Good Description, Integration and Interoperability, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

integrity of classification, Glossary

intension, Single Properties, Glossary

intensional definition, Single Properties, Glossary

intentional arrangement, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, About Intentional Arrangement, Glossary

requirements, About Intentional Arrangement

intentional categories, Classification vs. Categorization

intentional communities, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”

Intentional, implicit/explicit structure, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

interaction resource, The Concept of “Interaction Resource”

interactions, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Interactions”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Introduction, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, Designing Resource-based Interactions, Interaction and Value Creation, Resource Agency, Classifications Support Interactions, Interactions with Resources, Introduction, Introduction, Determining Interactions, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions, Implementing Interactions, Interactions Based on Instance Properties, Boolean Retrieval, Tag / Annotate, Interactions Based on Collection Properties, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, Structure-Based Retrieval, Clustering / Classification, Interactions Based on Derived Properties, Popularity-Based Retrieval, Citation-Based Retrieval, Translation, Interactions Based on Combining Resources, Mash-Ups, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery, Evaluating Interactions, Effectiveness, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System, Requirements for Interactions, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

agency, Resource Agency

agent, The Concept of “Agent”

analysis, Glossary, Glossary

Shepardizing, Glossary

and user interface design, Requirements for Interactions

based on collection properties, Structure-Based Retrieval

structure-based retrieval, Structure-Based Retrieval

based on combining resources, Interactions Based on Combining Resources

based on computed properties, Interactions Based on Derived Properties, Translation

translation, Translation

based on linked data, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery

based on mash-ups, Mash-Ups

based on properties, Interactions Based on Instance Properties

individual resources, Interactions Based on Instance Properties

Boolean search/retrieval, Boolean Retrieval

by collection properties, Interactions Based on Collection Properties

capability, Glossary

circulation, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Collection”

defines a library, The Concept of “Collection”

citation-based, Citation-Based Retrieval

classifications support, Classifications Support Interactions

clustering/classification, Clustering / Classification

determining, Determining Interactions, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

access policies, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

user requirements, User Requirements

discussion, Interactions with Resources

evaluating, Evaluating Interactions

implementing, Implementing Interactions

information architecture, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

conceptual modeling, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

introduction, Introduction

latent semantic indexing, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing

organizing resources for, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions

popularity-based, Popularity-Based Retrieval

querying, Glossary

recall and precision tradeoff, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

relevance, Effectiveness

reporting, Glossary

resource-based, Introduction, Designing Resource-based Interactions

designing, Introduction, Designing Resource-based Interactions

tag/annotate, Tag / Annotate

traceability, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System

vector space retrieval, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models

viewing, Glossary

visiting, Glossary

visualization, Glossary

International Astronomical Union, Glossary (see IAU)

International Business Machines, Glossary (see IBM)

International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision, Clinical Modification, Glossary (see ICD-10-CM)

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Glossary (see IFLA)

International Health Terminology Standards Development Organization, Glossary (see IHTSDO)

International Organization for Standardization, Glossary (see ISO)

International Standard Book Number, Glossary (see ISBN)

Internet Archive, Preserving the Web, Resource Format

Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, Glossary (see ICANN)

Internet Engineering Task Force, Glossary (see IETF)

Internet of Things, Active or Operant Resources, Identity and Active Resources, Identity and Active Resources

interoperability, Integration and Interoperability, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

interval data, Organizing Digital Resources

intrinsic meaning or interpretation, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Glossary

Intrinsic Static Properties Define a Dalmatian, Intrinsic Static Properties

inverse document frequency (idf), Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Glossary

inverse relationship, Inverse, Inverse, Glossary

Invoking the Whorfian Hypothesis in a Clothing Ad, Cultural Categories

ISBN, When Is It Being Organized?, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Make Names Informative, Controlling Values, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Glossary

ISO, Enumeration, Institutional Taxonomies, Institutional Taxonomies, Graphs, Glossary

currency codes, Enumeration

schema languages, Graphs

IT governance, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

item, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

ITIL, Governance, Glossary

J

J, The Library of Congress Classification

POLITICAL SCIENCE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

Jagger/Richards, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

JavaScript Object Notation, Glossary (see JSON)

Jefferson, Thomas, The Library of Congress Classification

Jethro Tull, The Concept of “Resource”

Joint Photographic Experts Group, Glossary (see JPEG)

Joyce, James, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

JPEG, Describing Non-text Resources, Glossary

JSON, Comparing Metamodels: JSON, XML and RDF, JSON, Glossary

metamodel, Comparing Metamodels: JSON, XML and RDF

Jupiter, Enumeration

jurisdiction, Effectivity

K

K, The Library of Congress Classification

LAW, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

K-means clustering, Categories Created by Clustering

Kahle, Brewster, Preserving the Web

Kaizen, The Concept of “Interactions”

Kent, William, Introduction, Introduction

Kepler observatory, Enumeration

Kepler, Johannes, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

Kevin Bacon Numbers, The Structural Perspective

KFC, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

Kid Kameleon, Describing Music

music collection, Describing Music

kingdom, Resource Domain

kinship relationships, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Introduction, The Lexical Perspective

as names or identifiers, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

cultural and linguistic descriptions, The Lexical Perspective

kitchen, Organizing a Kitchen

KM, Glossary

KMS, Preserving Resource Types, Glossary

Knowledge Management, Glossary (see KM)

knowledge pyramid, The Discipline of Organizing

Knut, Preserving Resource Instances

Kondo, Marie, Individual Curation

L

L, The Library of Congress Classification

EDUCATION, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

lab, Neuroscience Lab

Lakoff, George, Cultural Categories

land, Organizing the Land

organizing, Organizing the Land

language, The Concept of “Collection”, Computational Curation, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, The Vocabulary Problem, Homonymy, Polysemy, and False Cognates, The Semantic Gap, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Abstraction in Resource Description, Describing Relationships: An Overview, The Semantic Perspective, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Metonymy, Synonymy, Antonymy, Thesauri, Relationships among Word Forms, Derivational Morphology, Inflectional Morphology, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Category Audience and Purpose, Structuring Descriptions, Sets, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Notations, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

aboriginal, Cultural Categories

Guugu Yimithirr, Cultural Categories

absolute synonyms, Synonymy, Glossary

antonymy, Antonymy, Glossary

character, Notations, Glossary, Glossary

glyph, Notations, Glossary

class inclusion semantics, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Glossary, Glossary

hypernym, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Glossary

hyponym, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Glossary

controlled vocabulary, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Glossary

grammar, Glossary, Glossary

grammatical gender, Cultural Categories

homographs, Homonymy, Polysemy, and False Cognates, Glossary

homonyms, Glossary

index, The Concept of “Collection”, Glossary

inflectional morphology, Inflectional Morphology, Glossary

lexical perspective, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Glossary

linguistic relativity, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Glossary

markup, Glossary

metamodels, Structuring Descriptions, Glossary

metonymy, Metonymy, Glossary

morphemes, Derivational Morphology, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

compounding, Glossary

derivational morphology, Derivational Morphology, Glossary

root word, Glossary

stemming, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

morphology, Relationships among Word Forms, Glossary

name, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Glossary

name matching, Computational Curation, Glossary

namespace, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Glossary

notation, Glossary

polysemes, Glossary

polysemy, Glossary

predicate, The Semantic Perspective, Glossary

propositional synonyms, Glossary

qualified name, Glossary

resolution, Glossary

qualified names, Glossary

schema, Abstraction in Resource Description, Sets, Glossary, Glossary

constraint, Sets, Glossary

semantic gap, The Semantic Gap, Glossary

similarity, Glossary

subject, Glossary

synonym, Glossary

synonymy, Glossary

synset, Glossary

syntax, Glossary

text processing, Transforming Resources for Interactions

sidebar, Transforming Resources for Interactions

thesaurus, Thesauri, Glossary

validation, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

variants, Category Audience and Purpose

vocabulary problem, The Vocabulary Problem, Glossary

writing system, Glossary

Language Model, Glossary (see LM)

Latent Feature Creation and Netflix Recommendations, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

latent semantic analysis, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction (see dimensionality reduction)

latent semantic indexing, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing

Latin, Organizing Resources, Resource Format

characters, Resource Format

use in binomial naming schemes, Organizing Resources

law, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Interactions”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Selection Criteria, Organizing Digital Resources, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Access Policies, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Computational Curation, Discarding, Removing, and Not Keeping, Governance, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems, Resource Format, What’s in a Name?, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Effectivity, Effectivity, Effectivity, Authenticity, Resource Description to Support Interactions, The Semantic Perspective, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis, Institutional Categories, Institutional Categories, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Mandated Classifications, Classification Is Biased, User Requirements, About Intentional Arrangement, A Multi-generational Photo Collection, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm

bias in reporting, Classification Is Biased

consulting rules, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm

copyright, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

copyright license, Resource Description to Support Interactions

cultural property, Selection Criteria

data governance, Governance

data management plan, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems

data retention, Discarding, Removing, and Not Keeping

definition of marriage, The Semantic Perspective

digital afterlife, A Multi-generational Photo Collection

digital books, Resource Format

directive on consumer rights, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

DRM, The Concept of “Interactions”, Organizing Digital Resources

effectivity, Effectivity

enforcement, Computational Curation

fair use, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

fair use doctrine, The Concept of “Interactions”

first sale doctrine, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Access Policies

intentionality and planning, Institutional Categories

jurisdiction, Effectivity

libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

naming, Effectivity

notary public, Authenticity

open data, Value Creation with Digital Resources

orphan works, The Concept of “Collection”

person names, What’s in a Name?

power of software defaults, User Requirements

power to set standards, Mandated Classifications

record preservation, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

rule-based categorization, Institutional Categories

SCOTUS, The Discipline of Organizing

Shepardizing, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis

treaty violation, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified

LCC, Classification Schemes, Institutional Taxonomies, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, The Library of Congress Classification, The Library of Congress Classification, The Library of Congress Classification, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems, Glossary

top level categories, The Library of Congress Classification

Learning Management System, Glossary (see LMS)

learns, Glossary

Legislative Indexing Vocabulary, Thesauri

Lego, Introduction

names, Introduction

Let It Bleed, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

lexical asymmetry, Antonymy

lexical gap, The Lexical Perspective, Glossary

lexical perspective, Describing Relationships: An Overview, The Lexical Perspective, Hypertext Links, Glossary

analyzing relationships, The Lexical Perspective

hypertext links, Hypertext Links

lexical relationship, Antonymy, Glossary

antonymy, Antonymy, Glossary

library, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Architectural Thinking

library catalog card, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources

Library of Congress, Glossary (see LOC)

Library of Congress Call Number, Glossary (see LOC-CN)

Library of Congress Classification, Glossary (see LCC)

Library of Congress Subject Headings, Glossary (see LOC-SH)

Library Robot, Value Creation with Physical Resources

library science, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The “Organizing System” Concept, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Interactions”, Introduction, What Is Being Organized?, What Is Being Organized?, What Is Being Organized?, What Is Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, When Is It Being Organized?, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, Introduction, Introduction, Selection Criteria, Selection Criteria, Organizing Resources, Organizing Resources, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Access Policies, Access Policies, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Curation, Curation, Institutional Curation, Social and Web Curation, Discarding, Removing, and Not Keeping, Governance, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Resource Format, Resource Format, Resource Format, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Physical Description of a Primary Digital Resource, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Persistent Identifiers, Frameworks for Resource Description, Bibliographic Descriptions, Metadata, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Frameworks for Resource Description, Frameworks for Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Principles of Good Description, Principles of Good Description, Controlled Vocabularies and Content Rules, Creating Resource Descriptions, Resource Description by Users, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Describing Music, Describing Music, Thesauri, Derivational Morphology, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis, Bibliographic Organizing Systems, Bibliographic Organizing Systems, Tillett’s Taxonomy, Tillett’s Taxonomy, Resource Description and Access (RDA), Resource Description and Access (RDA), RDA and the Semantic Web, RDA and the Semantic Web, Individual Categories, Enumeration, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Classification vs. Categorization, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Institutional Taxonomies, Specifications vs. Standards, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles for Assigning Resources to Categories, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Classification Is Biased, Classification Is Biased, Bibliographic Classification, Bibliographic Classification, Bibliographic Classification, The Dewey Decimal Classification, The Dewey Decimal Classification, The Library of Congress Classification, The Library of Congress Classification, The BISAC Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Faceted Classification in Description, Designing a Faceted Classification System, Sets, Dictionaries, Controlling Values, Controlling Values, Introduction, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Accuracy of Transformations, Tag / Annotate, Relevance, Relevance, Number and Nature of Users, Number and Nature of Users, Requirements for Interactions, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, About Intentional Arrangement, Distinguishing Access from Control, The Antikythera Mechanism, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

AACR2, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

AAT, Thesauri

aboutness, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization

accession numbers, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified

acquisition, Introduction

ALA, Bibliographic Classification

Alexandria, The Antikythera Mechanism

Amherst, The Dewey Decimal Classification

ancient, Organizing Physical Resources

antelope, The Discipline of Organizing

appraisal criteria, Selection Criteria

archives, What Is Being Organized?, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

authority control, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Glossary

authority data, Resource Description to Support Interactions

authorship, The Discipline of Organizing

Bacon, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme

bibliographic relationships, Bibliographic Organizing Systems

bibliographic universe, The Discipline of Organizing

bibliography, Glossary

bibliometrics, Curation, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis, Glossary, Glossary

Shepardizing, Glossary

call numbers, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement

cataloging, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

cataloging rules, How Much Is It Being Organized?

Cataloguing Rules and Principles, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

CDC, Number and Nature of Users

citation relevance, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis

citations, The Discipline of Organizing, The “Organizing System” Concept, Introduction, Why Is It Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Governance, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Persistent Identifiers, Metadata, Frameworks for Resource Description, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Principles of Good Description, Creating Resource Descriptions, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, RDA and the Semantic Web, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Classification vs. Categorization, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Classification Is Biased, The Library of Congress Classification, The Library of Congress Classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Faceted Classification in Description, Accuracy of Transformations, Relevance, Relevance, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Distinguishing Access from Control

classification systems, Organizing Resources

collection development, Introduction

colon classification, Foundations for Faceted Classification

community curation, Social and Web Curation

core mission, Value Creation with Digital Resources

providing access, Value Creation with Digital Resources

curation, Curation, Glossary

DC, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description

DCMI, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

DDC, Institutional Taxonomies, Principles for Assigning Resources to Categories

Dewey, The Dewey Decimal Classification

Dewey Dilemma, The BISAC Classification

digital books, Resource Format

digitization, Selection Criteria

discarding, Discarding, Removing, and Not Keeping

discovery portals, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions

document, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing

education vs practice, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

evolution of the book, Bibliographic Classification

faceted classification, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Foundations for Faceted Classification, Designing a Faceted Classification System

first sale doctrine, Access Policies

fonds, What Is Being Organized?, What Is Being Organized?, Glossary

FRBR, What Is Being Organized?, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Resource Description to Support Interactions

funding, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Requirements for Interactions

history of bibliographic description, Bibliographic Descriptions

history of cataloging, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

history of classification, Bibliographic Classification

IFLA, The Concept of “Interactions”

index, The Concept of “Collection”, Glossary

inter-library loan, Value Creation with Physical Resources

Internet Archive, Resource Format

invisible structure, Sets

job titles, The Concept of “Agent”, Institutional Curation

LCC, Specifications vs. Standards

LCSH, Foundations for Faceted Classification

linked data, Resource Description Framework (RDF)

list of titles, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

LOC-SH, Controlling Values

MARC, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

materiality, Organizing Digital Resources, Glossary

MESH, Controlled Vocabularies and Content Rules

MeSH, Controlling Values

metadata, Frameworks for Resource Description, Glossary

administrative, Frameworks for Resource Description

metadata train wreck, When Is It Being Organized?

miscellaneous, Resource Description by Users

music, Describing Music, Describing Music

name authority, Use Controlled Vocabularies

name mapping, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

object warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

open access, Access Policies

organizing systems, Why Is It Being Organized?

personal archives, Individual Categories

Pluto, Enumeration

pre- and post-coordination, Derivational Morphology

preservation metadata, Resource Description to Support Maintenance

Project Gutenberg, Resource Format

property, Organizing Resources, Glossary

provenance, Glossary

racial categorization, Classification Is Biased

RDA, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Resource Description and Access (RDA)

renewable licensing agreements, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

research, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

reverse dictionary, Dictionaries

robot librarian, Value Creation with Physical Resources

scientific warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

search, Value Creation with Digital Resources

Shepardizing, Glossary

SKOS, RDA and the Semantic Web

Smiraglia, Bibliographic Organizing Systems, Tillett’s Taxonomy

special libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

stability of notations, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

sufficient, Principles of Good Description, Glossary

Sumerian catalogs, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource

tagging, Tag / Annotate

The Organization of Information, Frameworks for Resource Description

three orders of order, Physical Description of a Primary Digital Resource

Tillett, Tillett’s Taxonomy, Resource Description and Access (RDA)

UDC, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

user warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

vocabulary control, Use Controlled Vocabularies

warrant principle, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

WebMD, Number and Nature of Users

what is, The Concept of “Collection”

WorldCat, Introduction

license servers, Organizing Digital Resources

Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Individual Curation

linguistic relativity, Cultural Categories, Glossary

Linguistic Relativity, Cultural Categories

linguistics, The Vocabulary Problem, Names with Undesirable Associations, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Make Names Informative, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Possession, Transitivity, The Lexical Perspective, The Lexical Perspective, The Lexical Perspective, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy, Synonymy, Polysemy, Antonymy, Antonymy, Relationships among Word Forms, Relationships among Word Forms, Inflectional Morphology, Hypertext Links, Syntax and Grammar, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Category Audience and Purpose, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Design Principles and Pragmatics, Blobs, Blobs, Notations, Writing Systems, Writing Systems, Writing Systems, Syntax, Syntax, Smarter Farming in Japan

1984, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

alphabetic ordering, Writing Systems

citation, Possession, Antonymy

compound sentences, Syntax

diagramming sentences, Blobs

English to Yoda, Syntax

Fellbaum, The Lexical Perspective

foreign phrases, Names with Undesirable Associations

grammatical gender, Cultural Categories

Holbein carpet, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

honorifics, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

kinship relationships, The Lexical Perspective

language variants, Category Audience and Purpose

lexical asymmetry, Antonymy

lexical gap, The Lexical Perspective, Design Principles and Pragmatics

linguistic morphology, Relationships among Word Forms

McCartney, Make Names Informative

Miller, Hyponymy and Hyperonymy

morphological complexity, Relationships among Word Forms

names, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

naming, The Vocabulary Problem

parts of speech, Cultural Categories

plural and possessive forms, Inflectional Morphology

polysemy, Polysemy

pound sign, Notations

rhetoric, Hypertext Links

roman numerals, Writing Systems

scandal-gate, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

sexting, Smarter Farming in Japan

spelling, Writing Systems

synonymy, Synonymy

syntax and semantics, Syntax and Grammar

transitivity, Transitivity

Wilkins and Borges, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

link, Glossary (see hypertext link)

link base, Glossary

link type, Hypertext Links, Glossary

linked data, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery

Linked Open Vocabularies, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

Linnaeus, Carl, The Discipline of Organizing, Resource Domain, A “Categorization Continuum”

list, Lists, Glossary

Literary Machines, Hypertext Links

literary warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

LM, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Glossary

LMS, Introduction, Glossary

loading resources, Glossary

LOC, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Specifications vs. Standards, Mandated Classifications, The BISAC Classification, Glossary

LOC-CN, When Is It Being Organized?, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Writing Systems, Glossary

LOC-SH, When Is It Being Organized?, Thesauri, Controlling Values, Controlling Values, Glossary

location, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Agent”, Organizing This Book, Organizing This Book, What Is Being Organized?, What Is Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, When Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Resources, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Web-based Resources, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Computational Curation, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Resource Format, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Identity and Information Components, Identity and Active Resources, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Distinguish Identifying and Resolving, Distinguish Identifying and Resolving, Persistent Identifiers, Introduction, Abstraction in Resource Description, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Possession, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure, Single Properties, Single Properties, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Classifications Support Interactions, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Bibliographic Classification, Introduction, User Requirements, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Requirements for Interactions, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, About Intentional Arrangement, Architectural Thinking, Distinguishing Access from Control, Smarter Farming in Japan, Organizing a Kitchen, Weekly Newspaper

address, Granularity and Abstraction

astronomical constellations, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

balisage, Distinguish Identifying and Resolving

co-location, Classifications Support Interactions

collection resources, Why Is It Being Organized?

collocation, About Intentional Arrangement

collocation principle, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

colocation principle, Organizing Resources

computational curation, Introduction

constraint, Architectural Thinking

context, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

contextual property, Active or Operant Resources

current, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Single Properties, User Requirements

data center, Organizing Digital Resources

delivery services, Value Creation with Physical Resources

digital media metadata, When Is It Being Organized?

DOI, Persistent Identifiers

extrinsic dynamic property, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

GPS, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Active or Operant Resources

GPS coordinates, Granularity and Abstraction

granularity, Weekly Newspaper

habitat, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement

habitual, Possession

hidden, Distinguishing Access from Control

information component, Identity and Information Components

kitchen, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Organizing a Kitchen

library resources, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

library storage, Value Creation with Physical Resources

media storage, Organizing Physical Resources

of manufacture, Abstraction in Resource Description

photo, Introduction

physical resource constraints, What Is Being Organized?

physical resources, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties

relative, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

reporting sensors, Computational Curation

resolution, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Distinguish Identifying and Resolving

resource creation, Single Properties

resource delivery interactions, Value Creation with Physical Resources

resource placement, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement

RFID, The Concept of “Agent”

smart phones, Active or Operant Resources

smartphone applications, Requirements for Interactions, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description

storage, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Bibliographic Classification

storage tier, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

surveying expedition, What Is Being Organized?

tailored content delivery, Organizing This Book, Organizing This Book

tracking, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Resource Format, Active or Operant Resources, Identity and Active Resources, Smarter Farming in Japan

unimportant for URIs, Organizing Web-based Resources

unimportant for web servers, Organizing Digital Resources

used in naming, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

locative effectivity, Effectivity

locative inclusion, Glossary

logical hierarchy, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Glossary

logistics, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

Long Tail of Dark Data, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems

loop, Index

infinite, Index (see infinite loop)

Lubetzky, Seymour, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

M

M, The Library of Congress Classification

MUSIC, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

machine learning, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science, Describing Images, Describing Images, Computational Categories, Computational Categories, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity, Categories Created by Clustering, Categories Created by Clustering, Neural networks, Neural networks, Neural networks, Neural networks, Classification vs. Tagging, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Index

(see also data science)

autoencoding, Neural networks

backpropagation, Neural networks

clustering, Glossary

curse of dimensionality, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity

deep learning, Describing Images, Neural networks

K-means clustering, Categories Created by Clustering

latent semantic indexing, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing

neural networks, Describing Images, Neural networks

overfitting, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

regularization, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

statistical pattern recognition, Glossary

supervised, Glossary

support vector machines, Categories Created by Clustering

topic models, Classification vs. Tagging

training set, Glossary

unsupervised, Glossary

Machine-Readable Cataloging, Glossary (see MARC)

MADS, Controlling Values, Glossary

maintaining, Introduction, Introduction, Maintaining Resources, Glossary

resources, Maintaining Resources

maintenance, Individual Curation

tidying up, Individual Curation

Maler, Eve, XML Information Set

Maloney, Murray, Metadata

mandated classification, Mandated Classifications

manifest of related resources, Organizing Web-based Resources

manifestation, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Glossary

map, Glossary

Maple Leaf Gardens, The Concept of “Resource”

MARC, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Resource Description and Access (RDA), Specifications vs. Standards, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

Maria Muldaur, The Concept of “Resource”

markedness, Antonymy

market power, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Introduction, Dealing with Conflicting Requirements

imposed standards, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Introduction, Dealing with Conflicting Requirements

markup, Glossary

marriage relationship, The Semantic Perspective

traditional definition, The Semantic Perspective

Mars, Enumeration

Martin the Gecko, Attribution

mash-up, Mash-Ups

Mash-up of Housing and Crime Stats, Mash-Ups

mash-ups, Mash-Ups

master data, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

materiality, Organizing Digital Resources, Glossary

materials facet, Faceted Classification in Description

mathematical characters, Resource Format

matter facet, Foundations for Faceted Classification

mean data, Organizing Digital Resources

Mechanical Turks, Active or Operant Resources

media libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

median data, Organizing Digital Resources

medical libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

Medical Subject Headings, Glossary (see MeSH)

Melville, Herman, The Discipline of Organizing

is the author of, The Discipline of Organizing

Moby Dick, The Discipline of Organizing

member-collection inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

Memex, Individual Curation

memory institution, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

Mercury, Enumeration

meronymic inclusion, Glossary

MeSH, Controlled Vocabularies and Content Rules, Controlling Values, Controlling Values, Glossary

metadata, Resource Focus, Introduction, Frameworks for Resource Description, Metadata, Metadata, Metadata, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Frameworks for Resource Description, Frameworks for Resource Description, Frameworks for Resource Description, The Process of Describing Resources, Abstraction in Resource Description, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Resource Description by Users, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, The Semantic Web and Linked Data, RDA and the Semantic Web, RDA and the Semantic Web, Controlling Values, Glossary

abstraction in, Abstraction in Resource Description

schemas, Abstraction in Resource Description

administrative, Frameworks for Resource Description

as resource description, The Process of Describing Resources

course syllabus, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Dublin Core, RDA and the Semantic Web

extends to include, Tagging of Web-based Resources

bookmarks, ratings, tags, Tagging of Web-based Resources

FOAF, RDA and the Semantic Web

Gilliland classification, Frameworks for Resource Description

human-created, Resource Description by Users

important relationships, Describing Relationships: An Overview

introduction, Introduction

Metadata Authority Description Standard (MADS), Controlling Values

of questionable quality, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions

preservation, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Resource Description to Support Maintenance

SGML DTD, Metadata

structural, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Taylor classification, Frameworks for Resource Description, Frameworks for Resource Description

administrative, structural, descriptive, Frameworks for Resource Description

XML Schema, Metadata

Metadata Authority Description Standard, Glossary (see MADS)

metamodel, Structuring Descriptions, Trees, Comparing Metamodels: JSON, XML and RDF, JSON, XML Information Set, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

JSON, JSON, Glossary

JSON, XML, RDF, Comparing Metamodels: JSON, XML and RDF

mapping between, Trees

RDF, Glossary

XML Information Set, Glossary

XML Infoset, XML Information Set

metonymy, Metonymy, Glossary

METS,

microdata, The Web World

microformats, The Web World

Microformats, RDFa and Microdata, Syntax

microwork, Active or Operant Resources

military inventory system, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified

military libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

Miller, George, The Discipline of Organizing, Synonymy

Miller, Jimmy, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

Mixed Content, Structural Relationships within a Resource

mixed content, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Moby Dick, The Discipline of Organizing

has author, The Discipline of Organizing

Melville, Herman, The Discipline of Organizing

mode data, Organizing Digital Resources

model selection, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions

model-driven, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Scope and Scale of the Collection

architectures, Scope and Scale of the Collection

software generation, Scope and Scale of the Collection

modeling, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Modeling within Constraints

address, Category Abstraction and Granularity

with constraints, Modeling within Constraints

Mona Lisa, Preserving Resource Instances, Preserving Resource Instances

original vs. derivative, Preserving Resource Instances

parodies, Preserving Resource Instances

Moneyball, Selection Criteria

monothetic categories, Glossary

Moore’s law, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Smarter Farming in Japan

Moore’s Law, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

morphemes, Glossary

morphology, Relationships among Word Forms, Glossary

Most Common Museum Interaction, Introduction

Motion Picture Association of America, Glossary (see MPAA)

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Notations

MPAA, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources, Glossary

Mt. St. Helens, Introduction

multidimensional scaling, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction (see dimensionality reduction)

multiple properties, Multiple Properties

multiple resource properties, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties

museum, Introduction, Organizing Digital Resources, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Introduction, About Intentional Arrangement

collection development, Introduction

describing resources, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

materiality, Organizing Digital Resources

museums, Organizing Built Environments, Designing Resource-based Interactions, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Accessibility, Preserving Resource Instances, Preserving Resource Instances, Preserving Resource Collections, Resource Format, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description, Introduction, Introduction, Introduction, Introduction, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Architectural Thinking, Architectural Thinking, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism

AAT, Faceted Classification in Description, Faceted Classification in Description

accessiblity, Accessibility

Antikythera, The Antikythera Mechanism

Antikythera Mechanism Research Project, The Antikythera Mechanism

astronomical diaries, The Antikythera Mechanism

Babylonia, The Antikythera Mechanism

Barnes Collection, Architectural Thinking

Barnes collection, Architectural Thinking

Bower, Introduction

built environment, Organizing Built Environments

CDWA, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

Collection Space, Value Creation with Digital Resources

digital search, Value Creation with Physical Resources

Mona Lisa, Preserving Resource Instances

MuseumFinland, Introduction

Mütter Museum, Preserving Resource Collections

Panofsky, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

Proctor, Introduction

replica resources, Designing Resource-based Interactions

Savodnik, Preserving Resource Instances

Schmitz, Evaluating the Creation of Resource Descriptions

shared ontologies, Introduction

web collections, Resource Format

music, Describing Music, Notations

accidentals notation, ♯, Notations

describing, Describing Music

Music Genome, Describing Music

music streaming, Describing Music

Mütter Museum, Preserving Resource Collections

N

N, The Library of Congress Classification

FINE ARTS, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

n-ary links, Glossary

NAICS, Computational Categories, Glossary

Naïve Bayes model, Computational Classification

name, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Glossary, Glossary

authority, Use Controlled Vocabularies

identifier, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Glossary

name matching, Computational Curation, Glossary

named entities, Structural Relationships within a Resource

names, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, The Library of Congress Classification

honorifics, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

of wars, The Library of Congress Classification

versus identifiers, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers

Names {and, or, vs} Identifiers, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers

namespace, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Glossary

naming, Naming Resources, What’s in a Name?, The Vocabulary Problem, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, The Semantic Gap, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers, Allow Aliasing, Introduction, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

choosing good names, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers

resource description, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

resources, Naming Resources

schemes, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

NAPO, Glossary

NASA, Resource Format

National Association of Professional Organizers, Glossary (see NAPO)

National Center for Health Statistics, Glossary (see NCHS)

National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Glossary (see NCSA)

National Football League, Glossary (see NFL)

National Institute of Health, Glossary (see NIH)

National Institute of Standards and Technology, Glossary (see NIST)

National Science Foundation, Glossary (see NSF)

National Security Agency, Resource Focus

natural category, Cultural Categories, Basic or Natural Categories

carving nature at its joints, Cultural Categories

Natural Language Processing, Glossary (see NLP)

natural selection, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

navigation, Resource Description to Support Interactions

NCHS, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

NCSA, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, The Semantic Web and Linked Data, Glossary

Mosaic, Hypertext Links

necessary and sufficient properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties

Neil Young, The Concept of “Resource”

Nelson, Ted, The Discipline of Organizing, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, XML Information Set

hypertext, Hypertext Links

Literary Machines, Hypertext Links

transclusion, Hypertext Links, XML Information Set

Nemo, Allow Aliasing

Neptune, Enumeration

Nest thermostat, Active or Operant Resources

neural computation and knowledge, Blobs

neural networks, Describing Images, Neural networks

NFL, Identity and Physical Resources, Describing Video, Glossary

NIH, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems, Glossary

NIST, Mandated Classifications, Glossary

Nixon, Richard, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

NLP, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, Glossary

node, Glossary

nominal data, Organizing Digital Resources

non-text resources, Describing Non-text Resources

describing, Describing Non-text Resources

normalization, Identity and Information Components, Identity and Information Components, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Transforming Resources for Interactions

database, Identity and Information Components

morphological, Tagging of Web-based Resources

Norman, Donald, The Discipline of Organizing, Affordance and Capability, Affordance and Capability, Classification by Activity Structure

normativity, Design Principles and Pragmatics

design principle, Design Principles and Pragmatics

North American Industry Classification System, Glossary (see NAICS)

Not an Intentional Arrangement, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

notary public, Authenticity

notation, Notations, Notations, Glossary, Glossary

character encoding, Notations, Glossary

resource description, Notations

NSA, Resource Focus

NSF, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems, Resource Format, Glossary

NSPO, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

number sign, #, Notations

numbering schemes, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

numerical ordering, When Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Digital Resources, Extrinsic Static Properties, Transitivity, Single Properties, Classification Schemes

Nunberg, Geoff, The Discipline of Organizing, When Is It Being Organized?

O

OAI-ORE,

OASIS, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Resource Description by Professionals, Institutional Categories, Institutional Semantics, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Glossary

technical committee process, Institutional Categories

UBL, Institutional Semantics, Specifications vs. Standards

XCBF, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified

object, Faceted Classification in Description, Glossary

data structure, Glossary

facet, Faceted Classification in Description

Object Management Group, Glossary (see OMG)

Object Reuse and Exchange,

object warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

objectivity, Design Principles and Pragmatics

obtaining, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions

OCAD, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Glossary

Occam’s Razor, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

occupation surnames, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

Ochocinco, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers

OCLC, Bibliographic Organizing Systems, Specifications vs. Standards, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

OECD, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Glossary

Office Taskonomy, Classification by Activity Structure

OMG, Specifications vs. Standards, Glossary

one-way, Glossary

one-way link, Glossary

ONIX, Modeling within Constraints, Modeling within Constraints, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

Online Computer Library Center, Glossary (see OCLC)

ONline Information eXchange, Glossary (see ONIX)

online library catalog, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

Ontario College of Art and Design, Glossary (see OCAD)

ontology, Ontologies, Ontologies, Ontologies, Ontologies, Glossary

computer science, Ontologies

Cyc, Ontologies

introduction, Ontologies

philosophy, Ontologies

open access, Access Policies

open data, Value Creation with Digital Resources

oral description, Blobs

Orchard, David, XML Information Set

order, Resource Domain

ordinal data, Organizing Digital Resources

organization, How Much Is It Being Organized?, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

quantify, How Much Is It Being Organized?

schemes and structures, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Glossary (see OECD)

Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, Glossary (see OASIS)

organizational constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

organize, The Discipline of Organizing, Glossary

organizing, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Collection”, What Is Being Organized?, What Is Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, When Is It Being Organized?, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, Introduction, Introduction, Organizing Resources, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing Places, Organizing the Land, Organizing Built Environments, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Four Distinctions about Resources, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions, Glossary

activity in organizing systems, Introduction

built environments, Organizing Built Environments

by whom, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

data, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics

degree, How Much Is It Being Organized?

descriptive statistics, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics

digital resources, Organizing Digital Resources

how, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

how much, How Much Is It Being Organized?

identity, What Is Being Organized?

land, Organizing the Land

multiple resource properties, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties

faceted classification, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties

logical hierarchy, Organizing with Multiple Resource Properties

people into businesses, Organizing Physical Resources

physical resources, Organizing Physical Resources

places, Organizing Places

power and politics, Why Is It Being Organized?

principle, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

professionals, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

resources, Organizing Resources, Four Distinctions about Resources, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions

for interactions, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions

how to think about, Four Distinctions about Resources

spices, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

this book, The Concept of “Collection”

what, What Is Being Organized?

when, When Is It Being Organized?

why, Why Is It Being Organized?

Organizing Mental Resources, Organizing Digital Resources

Organizing People into Businesses, Organizing Physical Resources

organizing principles, Glossary

Organizing Spices By Cuisine, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

organizing system, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The “Organizing System” Concept, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Design Decisions in Organizing Systems, Design Decisions in Organizing Systems, Selecting Resources, Selecting Resources, Preserving Resource Types, Introduction, Determining Interactions, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Introduction, The Organizing System Lifecycle, Defining and Scoping the Organizing System Domain, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System, Requirements for Interactions, Designing and Implementing an Organizing System, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology, Architectural Thinking, Standardization and Legacy Considerations, Operating and Maintaining an Organizing System, Resource Perspective, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Case Studies, A Multi-generational Photo Collection, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm, Smarter Farming in Japan, Single-Source Textbook Publishing, Organizing a Kitchen, Earth Orbiting Satellites, CalBug and its Search Interface Redesign, Weekly Newspaper, The CODIS DNA Database, Honolulu Rail Transit, The Antikythera Mechanism, Autonomous Cars, IP Addressing in the Global Internet, The Art Genome Project, Making a Documentary Film, The Dabbawalas of Mumbai, Managing Information About Data Center Resources, Neuroscience Lab, A Nonprofit Book Publisher, Glossary, Glossary

architectural thinking, Architectural Thinking

case studies, Case Studies, A Multi-generational Photo Collection, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm, Smarter Farming in Japan, Single-Source Textbook Publishing, Organizing a Kitchen, Earth Orbiting Satellites, CalBug and its Search Interface Redesign, Weekly Newspaper, The CODIS DNA Database, Honolulu Rail Transit, The Antikythera Mechanism, Autonomous Cars, IP Addressing in the Global Internet, The Art Genome Project, Making a Documentary Film, The Dabbawalas of Mumbai, Managing Information About Data Center Resources, Neuroscience Lab, A Nonprofit Book Publisher

Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism

art genome project, The Art Genome Project

Autonomous Cars, Autonomous Cars

CalBug Search Interface, CalBug and its Search Interface Redesign

CODIS DNA database, The CODIS DNA Database

data center, Managing Information About Data Center Resources

earth orbiting satellites, Earth Orbiting Satellites

farming, Smarter Farming in Japan

Honolulu Rail Transit, Honolulu Rail Transit

Indian lunch box system, The Dabbawalas of Mumbai

IP Addressing in the Global Internet, IP Addressing in the Global Internet

kitchen, Organizing a Kitchen

knowledge, Making a Documentary Film

knowledge management, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm

neuroscience lab, Neuroscience Lab

nonprofit book publisher, A Nonprofit Book Publisher

photo collection, A Multi-generational Photo Collection

textbook publishing, Single-Source Textbook Publishing

weekly newspaper, Weekly Newspaper

choosing technology, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology

scope- and scale-appropriate, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology

design decisions, Design Decisions in Organizing Systems

designing and implementing, Designing and Implementing an Organizing System

domain, Defining and Scoping the Organizing System Domain

defining and scoping, Defining and Scoping the Organizing System Domain

interactions, Introduction, Determining Interactions, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

access policies, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

determining, Determining Interactions

user requirements, User Requirements

KMS, Preserving Resource Types, Glossary

life span, Selecting Resources

lifecycle, The Organizing System Lifecycle

maintaining, Resource Perspective, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

properties and principles, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

resource perspective, Resource Perspective

technology perspective, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

operating and maintaining, Operating and Maintaining an Organizing System

operating environment, Selecting Resources

requirements, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System, Requirements for Interactions

for interactions, Requirements for Interactions

identifying, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System

roadmap, Introduction

standardization and legacy, Standardization and Legacy Considerations

three tiered, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

what, why, where, when, how and by whom?, Design Decisions in Organizing Systems

Organizing Systems, The Discipline of Organizing

orientation, Orientation and Wayfinding Mechanisms

original order, What Is Being Organized?

orphan works, The Concept of “Collection”

orthogonal decomposition, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction (see dimensionality reduction)

orthogonality, Design Principles and Pragmatics

Orwell, George, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

outlier, Looking “Upstream” and “Downstream” to Select Resources, Identity and Active Resources

overfitting, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories, Probabilistic Decision Trees

overlap, Value Creation with Digital Resources

OWL, Ontologies, The Semantic Web and Linked Data, Glossary

P

P, The Library of Congress Classification

LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

page rank, Structural Relationships between Resources

Page, Larry, Structural Relationships between Resources

Panizzi, Antonio, The Discipline of Organizing, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

paradox of choice, User Requirements

Paradox of Theseus, Persistent Resources

parchment, Computational Curation

(see also curation)

part-whole inclusion, Glossary

parts of speech, Cultural Categories

patient management system, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions

patronymic surnames, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

pattern analysis, Identity and Active Resources

patterns, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

dark, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

PDF, Modes of Transformation, Glossary

people, Organizing Physical Resources

organizing into businesses, Organizing Physical Resources

People as Resources, Resource Agency

perceptual discontinuities, Cultural Categories

performance, Describing Music

performances, Tillett’s Taxonomy

periodic table, Institutional Categories

permanency of URIs, Organizing Digital Resources

Perry Rebellion, The BISAC Classification

persistence, Persistence, Glossary

Personal Information Management, Glossary (see PIM)

personality facet, Foundations for Faceted Classification

perspective, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Describing Relationships: An Overview, The Semantic Perspective, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

architectural, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Glossary

implementation, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Glossary

lexical, Describing Relationships: An Overview, Glossary

semantic, The Semantic Perspective, Glossary

structural, Glossary

Perspectives on Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links

perspectives, diverse, The Discipline of Organizing

pervasive computing, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources

Phaedrus, Cultural Categories

phase-activity inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

philosophy, The Concept of “Resource”, Why Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Built Environments, Accessibility, Resource Domain, Persistent Resources, Ontologies, Cultural Categories, Single Properties, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism

accessibility, Accessibility

Aristotle, The Antikythera Mechanism

Cicero, The Antikythera Mechanism

classical categories, Necessary and Sufficient Properties

game definition, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

intension and extension, Single Properties

intentional communities, The Concept of “Resource”

ontology, Ontologies

Paradox of Theseus, Persistent Resources

Phaedrus, Cultural Categories

systemic segregation, Organizing Built Environments

taxonomy, Resource Domain

Winner, Langdon, Why Is It Being Organized?

Wittgenstein, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Value Creation with Digital Resources

physical arrangement, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement

versus classification, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement

physical attributes facet, Faceted Classification in Description

physical environment, Physical or Technological Environment

physical resources, Organizing Physical Resources, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Identity and Physical Resources

identity, Identity and Physical Resources

organizing, Organizing Physical Resources

physical things, The Discipline of Organizing

PIM, Individual Curation, Glossary

Pink Floyd, The Concept of “Resource”

place-area inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

places, Organizing Places, Effectivity

geopolitical borders, Effectivity

organizing, Organizing Places

planets, Enumeration

planets, enumerated, Enumeration

Plato, The Discipline of Organizing, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories

Phaedrus, Cultural Categories

Pluto, Enumeration, Enumeration, Enumeration

documentary, Enumeration

inferior planet, Enumeration

planet, Enumeration

policies, Access Policies

access, Access Policies

polysemes, Glossary

polysemy, Polysemy, Glossary

polythetic, Glossary

POP, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

Portable Document Format, Glossary (see PDF)

portion-mass inclusion, Glossary

possession relationship, Types of Semantic Relationships, Possession, Glossary

Post Office Protocol, Glossary (see POP)

post-coordination, Derivational Morphology

pound sign, Notations, Notations, Notations

ASCII vs BS 4730, Notations

currency, £, Notations

weight, #, Notations

Power and Politics in Organizing, Why Is It Being Organized?

pre-coordination, Derivational Morphology

precision, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Glossary

tradeoffs, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

precision and validity, Category Abstraction and Granularity

predicate, The Semantic Perspective, Glossary

predicate-argument specificity, The Semantic Perspective

vexing questions, The Semantic Perspective

predicate/argument syntax, The Semantic Perspective

predictive analytics, What Is Being Organized?, Selection Criteria, Identity and Active Resources

soccer players, Identity and Active Resources

predictive maintenance, Preserving Resource Instances, Resource Description to Support Maintenance

PREMIS, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Glossary

presentation, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

architectural tier, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

presentational fidelity, Resource Format

preservation, Preservation, Curation, Computational Curation, Glossary

(see also curation)

and cure of souls, Curation

preservation metadata, Frameworks for Resource Description, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Glossary

effectivity, Resource Description to Support Maintenance

PREMIS, Resource Description to Support Maintenance

Preservation Metadata Implementation Strategies, Glossary (see PREMIS)

primary key, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

primary resource, The Concept of “Resource”, Glossary

primary subject matter, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

principle, The “Organizing System” Concept, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Selection Criteria, Organizing Resources, Principles of Good Description, Principles of Good Description, Principles of Good Description, Principles of Good Description, Enumeration, Single Properties, Single Properties, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Single Properties, Goal-Derived Categories, Theory-Based Categories, Basic or Natural Categories, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles for Assigning Resources to Categories, About Intentional Arrangement, About Intentional Arrangement, About Intentional Arrangement, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

category creation, Enumeration, Single Properties, Single Properties, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Single Properties, Goal-Derived Categories, Theory-Based Categories

enumeration, Enumeration

family resemblance, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

goal-derived, Goal-Derived Categories

multiple properties, Single Properties

similarity, Single Properties

single properties, Single Properties

theory-based, Theory-Based Categories

cognitive economy, Basic or Natural Categories

collocation, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, About Intentional Arrangement

colocation, Organizing Resources

core competency, Selection Criteria

enumeration, About Intentional Arrangement

integration, Principles of Good Description

intentional arrangement, About Intentional Arrangement

organizing, Glossary

persistence, Glossary

representation, Principles of Good Description

sufficiency and necessity, Principles of Good Description

tradeoffs, The “Organizing System” Concept

uniqueness, Principles for Assigning Resources to Categories, Glossary

user convenience, Principles of Good Description

user warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

principle components analysis, Vocabulary Control as Dimensionality Reduction (see dimensionality reduction)

principled classification, Classification Is Principled

prison libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

process, The Process of Describing Resources

Project Gutenberg, Resource Format

properties, Bibliographic Descriptions, Identifying Properties, Intrinsic Static Properties, Extrinsic Static Properties, Intrinsic Dynamic Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Intrinsic Static Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Properties of Semantic Relationships, Glossary, Glossary

conceptual versus physical, Bibliographic Descriptions

contextual, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Glossary

cultural, Glossary

extrinsic dynamic, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

extrinsic static, Extrinsic Static Properties

identifying, Identifying Properties

for resource description, Identifying Properties

intrinsic dynamic static, Intrinsic Dynamic Properties

intrinsic static, Intrinsic Static Properties

of semantic relationships, Properties of Semantic Relationships

property, Organizing Resources, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Single Properties, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

attribute, Glossary

essence, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

gradience, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

inherited, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories

intension, Single Properties, Glossary

persistence, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

value, Glossary

propositional synonyms, Glossary

provenance, Provenance, Provenance, Provenance, Glossary

vehicle history, Provenance

providing access, Value Creation with Digital Resources

Punchcard Machine, Structuring Descriptions

purpose, Determining the Purposes, Category Audience and Purpose, Classification Is Purposeful

category, Category Audience and Purpose

classification, Classification Is Purposeful

resource description, Determining the Purposes

Q

Q, The Library of Congress Classification

SCIENCE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

QR, Resource Format, Physical Description of a Primary Digital Resource, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary

qualified names, Glossary

quality, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, The Importance of Iterative Evaluation, Glossary

criteria, Evaluating Resource Descriptions

movement, The Importance of Iterative Evaluation

querying, Glossary

queue, Organizing Built Environments, Organizing Built Environments, Organizing Built Environments, Organizing Built Environments, Physical or Technological Environment

configuration, Organizing Built Environments, Physical or Technological Environment

discipline, Organizing Built Environments

Disneyland, Organizing Built Environments

emergency room, Organizing Built Environments

Quick Response, Glossary (see QR)

R

R, The Library of Congress Classification

MEDICINE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

Radio-frequency Identification, Glossary (see RFID)

Ranganathan, S. R., The Discipline of Organizing, Foundations for Faceted Classification

ranking, When Is It Being Organized?, Social and Web Curation, Computational Curation, Resource Description to Support Selection, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions, Classifications Support Interactions

and relevance, Computational Curation

false descriptions, Evaluating the Use of Resource Descriptions

manipulating, Social and Web Curation

quality of, Resource Description to Support Selection

search results, When Is It Being Organized?

SEO, Classifications Support Interactions

rating manipulation, Social and Web Curation

ratio data, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources

RDA, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Resource Description and Access (RDA), Resource Description and Access (RDA), RDA and the Semantic Web, RDA and the Semantic Web, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Glossary

RDF, “Description” as an Inclusive Term, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Resource Description Framework (RDF), The Semantic Web and Linked Data, RDA and the Semantic Web, RDA and the Semantic Web, Comparing Metamodels: JSON, XML and RDF, RDF, RDF, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

metamodel, Comparing Metamodels: JSON, XML and RDF, RDF

obstacles to adoption, Resource Description Framework (RDF)

property, Glossary

subject, Glossary

triple, RDF, Glossary

vocabulary, Glossary

reachability, Analyzing Link Structures, Glossary

real estate ads, Resource Description to Support Selection

recall, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Glossary

tradeoffs, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

regular expressions, Controlling Values, Glossary

REgular LAnguage for XML Next Generation, Glossary (see RELAX-NG)

regularization, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

relation, The Structural Perspective

relationship, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Introduction, Introduction, Describing Relationships: An Overview, The Semantic Perspective, The Semantic Perspective, Types of Semantic Relationships, Types of Semantic Relationships, Inclusion, Transitivity, Equivalence, Inverse, Relationships among Word Meanings, Cardinality, Directionality, Relationships in Organizing Systems, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

among word meaning, Relationships among Word Meanings

asymmetric, Glossary

attribution, Glossary

cardinality, Cardinality, Glossary

class inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

defined, Glossary

describing, Describing Relationships: An Overview

directionality, Directionality, Glossary

edge, Glossary

equivalence, Equivalence, Glossary

in organizing systems, Relationships in Organizing Systems

in surnames, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

inclusion, Types of Semantic Relationships, Glossary

introduction, Introduction

inverse, Inverse, Glossary

kinship, Introduction

one-way, Glossary

ontology, Glossary

possession, Types of Semantic Relationships, Glossary

semantic, The Semantic Perspective

semantic perspective, Glossary

symmetric, Glossary

taxonomy, Glossary

to other organizing systems, Relationship to Other Organizing Systems

traditional marriage, The Semantic Perspective

transitive, Transitivity

transitivity, Glossary

relationships, Selecting Resources

among organizing systems, Selecting Resources

RELAX-NG, The Document Processing World, Glossary

relevance, Effectiveness

reporting, Glossary

representation, Principles of Good Description

Representational State Transfer, Glossary (see REST)

requirements, Requirements for Implementation Syntax, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System, About Intentional Arrangement, Dealing with Conflicting Requirements, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology

conflicting, Dealing with Conflicting Requirements

for implementation syntax, Requirements for Implementation Syntax

intentional arrangement, About Intentional Arrangement

traceability, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System, Choosing Scope- and Scale-Appropriate Technology

research libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

resolution, Glossary

resolvability of URIs, The Semantic Web World

resolving names, Glossary

resource, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Collection”, Introduction, Introduction, Selecting Resources, Organizing Resources, Organizing Resources, Designing Resource-based Interactions, Affordance and Capability, Access Policies, Maintaining Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources, Preservation, Curation, Social and Web Curation, Governance, Introduction, What Is a Resource?, Resources with Parts, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Four Distinctions about Resources, Resource Domain, Resource Format, Resource Agency, Resource Agency, Resource Agency, Passive or Operand Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Resource Focus, Resource Format x Focus, Resource Identity, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Naming Resources, The Problems of Naming, Resources over Time, Persistence, Effectivity, Provenance, Authenticity, Frameworks for Resource Description, The Process of Describing Resources, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Selection, Hypertext Links, Interactions with Resources, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Modes of Transformation, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Accuracy of Transformations, Interactions Based on Instance Properties, Expected Lifetime, Distinguishing Access from Control, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

aboutness, Organizing Resources, Glossary

access policies, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

access vs control, Distinguishing Access from Control

active, Active or Operant Resources

ad hoc category, Glossary

affordance, Affordance and Capability, Glossary

agency, Resource Agency

appraisal, Resource Description to Support Selection

authentication, Resource Description to Support Selection

authenticity, Authenticity

bibliography, Glossary

born digital, Glossary

capability and compatibility, Resource Description to Support Selection

collection, The Concept of “Collection”, Glossary

collection development, Introduction, Glossary

creating, Introduction

curation, Curation

describing, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions

for interaction, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions

description, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Collection”, Glossary

index, The Concept of “Collection”, Glossary

designed access policies, Access Policies

designing interactions for, Designing Resource-based Interactions

digital, The Discipline of Organizing

digitization, Glossary

discovery, Resource Description to Support Selection

domain, Resource Domain, Glossary

effectivity, Effectivity

expected lifetime, Expected Lifetime

focus, Resource Focus

format, Resource Format, Frameworks for Resource Description, Glossary

format x focus, Resource Format x Focus

governance, Governance

granularity, Granularity and Abstraction, Glossary

identifiers, Identity, Identifiers, and Names

identifying, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions

for interaction, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions

identity, What Is a Resource?, Resources with Parts, Identity, Identifiers, and Names, Resource Identity

individual, Interactions Based on Instance Properties

property-based interactions, Interactions Based on Instance Properties

interactions, Interactions with Resources

introduction, Introduction

item, Identity and Bibliographic Resources

loading, Glossary

maintaining, Maintaining Resources, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

motivations, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

manifestation, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Glossary

metadata, Glossary

names, Identity, Identifiers, and Names

naming, Naming Resources, The Problems of Naming

not found, Social and Web Curation

operand, Resource Agency

operant, Resource Agency

organizing, Organizing Resources, Four Distinctions about Resources, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions

for interactions, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions

how to think about, Four Distinctions about Resources

over time, Resources over Time

passive, Passive or Operand Resources

persistence, Persistence

physical, The Discipline of Organizing

preservation, Preservation

preservation metadata, Glossary

primary, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, Glossary

provenance, Provenance

rich descriptions, Glossary

scale, Glossary

scope, The Process of Describing Resources, Glossary

selecting, Selecting Resources

smart thing, Glossary

structured descriptions, Glossary

transclusion, Hypertext Links, Glossary

transforming, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Modes of Transformation, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Accuracy of Transformations

abstraction level, Granularity and Abstraction

accuracy, Accuracy of Transformations

from multiple systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

granularity, Granularity and Abstraction

modes, Modes of Transformation

notation, semantics, writing system, Transforming Resources for Interactions

work, Glossary

resource description, The Concept of “Collection”, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Introduction, An Overview of Resource Description, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing, Frameworks for Resource Description, Frameworks for Resource Description, The Process of Describing Resources, Determining the Scope and Focus, Determining the Scope and Focus, Describing Instances or Describing Collections, Abstraction in Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Determining the Purposes, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Selection, Resource Description to Support Maintenance, Who Uses the Descriptions?, Who Uses the Descriptions?, Controlled Vocabularies and Content Rules, Controlled Vocabularies and Content Rules, Creating Resource Descriptions, Resource Description by Professionals, Resource Description by Authors or Creators, Resource Description by Users, Resource Description by Users, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, Describing Music, Different Properties for Subsets of Resources, The Forms of Resource Descriptions, Introduction, Structuring Descriptions, Structuring Descriptions, Kinds of Structures, Blobs, Blobs, Sets, Lists, Dictionaries, Trees, Graphs, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Notations, Writing Systems, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Worlds of Description, The Document Processing World, The Document Processing World, The Web World, The Web World, The Semantic Web World, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Modes of Transformation, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Accuracy of Transformations, Accuracy of Transformations, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Glossary

abstraction in, Abstraction in Resource Description

audience, Who Uses the Descriptions?

by authors, Resource Description by Authors or Creators

by automatons, Resource Description by Users

by professionals, Resource Description by Professionals

by users, Resource Description by Users

classifications, Frameworks for Resource Description

content rules, Controlled Vocabularies and Content Rules

controlled vocabularies, Controlled Vocabularies and Content Rules

creating, Creating Resource Descriptions

evaluating, Evaluating Resource Descriptions

focus, Determining the Scope and Focus

determining, Determining the Scope and Focus

for interaction, Identifying and Describing Resources for Interactions

for preservation, Resource Description to Support Maintenance

form, The Forms of Resource Descriptions, Introduction, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Writing Descriptions, Notations, Writing Systems, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, The Document Processing World, The Document Processing World, The Web World, The Web World, The Semantic Web World

attributes, Writing Descriptions, Syntax

dictionaries, The Web World

document, The Document Processing World

HTML, Writing Descriptions, The Web World

introduction, Introduction

JSON, Writing Descriptions

microdata, Writing Descriptions, Syntax, Syntax

microformats, Writing Descriptions, Syntax

notation, Notations

RDF, Writing Descriptions, Syntax, Syntax

syntax, Syntax

triples, The Semantic Web World

writing, Writing Descriptions

writing system, Writing Systems

XML, Writing Descriptions, Syntax, The Document Processing World

frameworks, Frameworks for Resource Description

granularity, Describing Instances or Describing Collections

hand-crafting, Value Creation with Digital Resources

index, The Concept of “Collection”

introduction, Introduction

naming vs describing, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

oral, Blobs

overview, An Overview of Resource Description

process, The Process of Describing Resources

purpose, Determining the Purposes

real estate ads, Resource Description to Support Selection

requirements, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description

nature and extent, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description

scale, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

scope, Determining the Scope and Focus, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

determining, Determining the Scope and Focus

store map, Different Properties for Subsets of Resources

structures, Kinds of Structures, Blobs, Sets, Lists, Dictionaries, Trees, Graphs

blobs, Blobs

dictionaries, Dictionaries

graphs, Graphs

lists, Lists

sets, Sets

trees, Trees

structuring, Structuring Descriptions

support interactions, Resource Description to Support Selection

transformation, Accuracy of Transformations

transforming, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Modes of Transformation, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Accuracy of Transformations

abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction

accuracy, Accuracy of Transformations

from multiple systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

granularity, Granularity and Abstraction

modes, Modes of Transformation

notation, semantics, writing system, Transforming Resources for Interactions

trees, Who Uses the Descriptions?

worlds, Worlds of Description

Resource Description and Access, Glossary (see RDA)

Resource Description Framework, Glossary (see RDF)

resource interactions, Implementing Interactions, Boolean Retrieval, Tag / Annotate, Interactions Based on Collection Properties, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing, Structure-Based Retrieval, Clustering / Classification, Interactions Based on Derived Properties, Popularity-Based Retrieval, Citation-Based Retrieval, Translation, Interactions Based on Combining Resources, Mash-Ups, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery, Evaluating Interactions, Effectiveness, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

based on combining resources, Interactions Based on Combining Resources

based on computed properties, Interactions Based on Derived Properties

based on linked data, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery

based on mash-ups, Mash-Ups

based on translation, Translation

Boolean search/retrieval, Boolean Retrieval

by collection properties, Interactions Based on Collection Properties

citation-based, Citation-Based Retrieval

clustering/classification, Clustering / Classification

evaluating, Evaluating Interactions

implementing, Implementing Interactions

latent semantic indexing, Synonym Expansion with Latent Semantic Indexing

popularity-based, Popularity-Based Retrieval

recall and precision tradeoff, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

relevance, Effectiveness

structure-based retrieval, Structure-Based Retrieval

tag/annotate, Tag / Annotate

vector space retrieval, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models

resource preservation, Preserving Resource Types

celebrity animals, Preserving Resource Types

resources, The Concept of “Resource”, What Is Being Organized?, Resource Agency

human resources, The Concept of “Resource”

people, Resource Agency

time, What Is Being Organized?

respect pour les fonds, What Is Being Organized?

REST, Hypertext Links, Glossary

restoration, Computational Curation

(see also curation)

Retail Store Activity Tracking, Interactions Based on Derived Properties

retailing, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

RFID, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Agent”, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources, Resource Format, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary

rich descriptions, Glossary

Right to be Forgotten, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

Rod Stewart and the Faces, The Concept of “Resource”

role-based effectivity, Effectivity

Roman numerals, Writing Systems, Writing Systems

root word, Glossary

rooted tree, Graphs

Rosch, Eleanor, The Discipline of Organizing, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Basic or Natural Categories

RosettaNet, Classifications Support Interactions

Rubinsky, Yuri, Metadata

Rushdie, Salman, Organizing Digital Resources

S

S, The Library of Congress Classification

AGRICULTURE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

Salton, Gerard, The Discipline of Organizing, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models

sampling, Selection Criteria, Classification Is Biased

Samuelson, Pamela, The Concept of “Collection”, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, The BISAC Classification

Santa Barbara County Bowl, The Concept of “Resource”

Santana, The Concept of “Resource”

Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

Saturn, Enumeration

scalability, Design Principles and Pragmatics

design principle, Design Principles and Pragmatics

scale, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Glossary

of collection, Scope and Scale of the Collection

resource description, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

schema, Resource Identity, Abstraction in Resource Description, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Graphs, XML Information Set, Glossary, Glossary

data, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Glossary

dependencies, Graphs

evolution, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

semantics, XML Information Set

Schematron, The Document Processing World

science of shopping, Why Is It Being Organized?, Classifications Support Interactions, User Requirements, Interactions Based on Derived Properties

video analytics, Interactions Based on Derived Properties

scientific citation, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis, Glossary

bibliometrics, Bibliometrics, Shepardizing, Altmetrics, and Social Network Analysis, Glossary

scientific warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

scope, The Process of Describing Resources, Determining the Scope and Focus, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description, Scope and Scale of the Collection, Glossary

of collection, Scope and Scale of the Collection

resource description, Determining the Scope and Focus, Scope, Scale, and Resource Description

search, User Requirements

search algorithm effectiveness, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

Search Engine Optimization, Glossary (see SEO)

search results, When Is It Being Organized?

selection and ranking, When Is It Being Organized?

searching, Organizing Digital Resources

physical resource descriptions, Organizing Digital Resources

Sebald, W.G., The Semantic Web World

secondary subject matter, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

selecting, The Concept of “Interactions”, Introduction, Introduction, Selecting Resources, Selection Criteria, Selection Criteria, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Glossary

activity in organizing systems, Introduction

criteria, Selection Criteria

digital resources, Selection Criteria

FRBR definition, Resource Description to Support Interactions

interaction, The Concept of “Interactions”

resource description, Resource Description to Support Interactions

support interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions

resources, Selecting Resources

selection, When Is It Being Organized?

self-organizing systems, The Concept of “Agent”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, Glossary

semantic, The Semantic Perspective, Polysemy, Design Principles and Pragmatics, The Semantic Web World

assertion, The Semantic Perspective

balance, Design Principles and Pragmatics

similarity, Polysemy

web world, The Semantic Web World

semantic gap, The Semantic Gap, Glossary

Semantic Gap: Name This Tune, The Semantic Gap

semantic perspective, Glossary

semantic relationships, The Semantic Perspective, Types of Semantic Relationships

analyzing, The Semantic Perspective

types, Types of Semantic Relationships

Semantic Web, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

relationships, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

semantics, Institutional Semantics, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Glossary, Glossary

decision tree, Glossary

document schema, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

institutional, Institutional Semantics, Glossary

semiotics, Structural Relationships within a Resource

sensemaking, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

Sensemaking and Organizing, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

sensor network, Smarter Farming in Japan

Sentiment Analysis, Computational Classification

sentiment analysis, Computational Classification

SEO, Classifications Support Interactions, Classifications Support Interactions, Glossary

Separation Of Organizing Principle From Implementation, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

sequential relationship, Tillett’s Taxonomy

service delivery automation, Interaction and Value Creation

Service Oriented Architecture, Glossary (see SOA)

set, The Concept of “Collection”, Sets, Glossary

SGML, Metadata, Glossary

Shakespeare, William, Bibliographic Organizing Systems

Shamu, Preserving Resource Types

Shamu the Killer Whale, Preserving Resource Types

shared characteristic relationship, Tillett’s Taxonomy

sharp sign, ♯, Notations

Shepardizing, Glossary

sidebar, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Collection”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, What Is Being Organized?, Why Is It Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Introduction, Organizing Resources, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Digitization and Preserving Resources, Preserving the Web, Preserving Resource Types, Individual Curation, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems, Resource Domain, Resource Agency, Active or Operant Resources, Active or Operant Resources, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource, Identity and Active Resources, The Vocabulary Problem, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, The Semantic Gap, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers, Allow Aliasing, Persistence, Effectivity, Authenticity, Provenance, Introduction, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Aggregated Information Objects, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science, Intrinsic Static Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties, Describing Music, Introduction, The Structural Perspective, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, The Semantic Web and Linked Data, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories, Institutional Categories, A “Categorization Continuum”, Enumeration, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories, Different Properties for Subsets of Resources, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Geometric Models of Similarity, Geometric Models of Similarity, Goal-Derived Categories, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity, Classifications Support Interactions, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Classification Is Biased, Classification Is Biased, Structuring Descriptions, XML Information Set, Controlling Values, Syntax, The Document Processing World, Introduction, Introduction, User Requirements, User Requirements, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Granularity and Abstraction, Interactions Based on Derived Properties, Mash-Ups, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Architectural Thinking, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Discipline of Organizing

AccuWeather Request Granularity, Granularity and Abstraction

Activities of Information Architecture, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

Aggregated Information Objects, Aggregated Information Objects

Aliasing: Bad for this Fish, Allow Aliasing

An Intentional Arrangement, The Discipline of Organizing

Antikythera gears, The Antikythera Mechanism

Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism, The Antikythera Mechanism

Artificial Languages for Description and Classification, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties

Bar Code Shopping in A Virtual Supermarket, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

Barnes Collection, Architectural Thinking

Behavioral Economics, User Requirements

Big Data Makes Smart Soccer Players, Identity and Active Resources

Browsing Merchandise Catalogs, Introduction

Business Structures, The Structural Perspective

CAFE Standards, A “Categorization Continuum”

Can a Fish be a Document?, The Discipline of Organizing

Card Catalog Cabinet, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources

Card From Library Catalog, Organizing with Descriptions of Physical Resources

Chinese Manuscript With Provenance Seals, Provenance

Classical View of Categories, Necessary and Sufficient Properties

Classification In A Novel User Interface, Classifications Support Interactions

Classifying Hawaiian Boardshorts, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories

Classifying the Web, The Limits of Property-Based Categorization

Color Coded Library, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description

Computational Descriptions of People, What Is Being Organized?

Concert Tickets, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”

Cuneiform Document at the Pergamon, Physical Description of a Primary Physical Resource

Dark Patterns, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

Data Science and the Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing

Distinction between Data and Information, The Discipline of Organizing

DJ Describes and Organizes Music, Describing Music

Do You Trust This?, Authenticity

DocBook Schema, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Document Similarity, Geometric Models of Similarity

Document Type Spectrum, Resource Domain

Driving in Samoa, Properties, Principles and Technology Perspective

Family Resemblance and Typicality, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

Finding Friends, Implementing Categories Defined by Probability and Similarity

From ‘Kentucky Fried Chicken’ to ‘KFC’, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

Geometric Distance Functions, Geometric Models of Similarity

Gerrymandering in Illinois 17th Congressional District, Institutional Categories

Gestalt Principles, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources

Google Image Search, User Requirements

Great Sphinx at Giza, Persistence

Hathi Trust Digital Library, Digitization and Preserving Resources

Histogram, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data

If This, Then That, Active or Operant Resources

In Which Country Do You Live?, Effectivity

Inclusions and References, XML Information Set

Internet Archive and the Wayback Machine, Preserving the Web

Intrinsic Static Properties Define a Dalmatian, Intrinsic Static Properties

Invoking the Whorfian Hypothesis in a Clothing Ad, Cultural Categories

Latent Feature Creation and Netflix Recommendations, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

Library Robot, Value Creation with Physical Resources

Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Individual Curation

Linguistic Relativity, Cultural Categories

Long Tail of Dark Data, Governance in Scientific Organizing Systems

Mash-up of Housing and Crime Stats, Mash-Ups

Materiality, Organizing Digital Resources

Microformats, RDFa and Microdata, Syntax

Mixed Content, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Most Common Museum Interaction, Introduction

Mt. St. Helens, Introduction

Names {and, or, vs} Identifiers, Choosing Good Names and Identifiers

Nest thermostat, Active or Operant Resources

Not an Intentional Arrangement, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

Organizing Mental Resources, Organizing Digital Resources

Organizing People into Businesses, Organizing Physical Resources

Organizing Spices By Cuisine, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

People as Resources, Resource Agency

Perspectives on Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links

Power and Politics in Organizing, Why Is It Being Organized?

Property, Organizing Resources

Punchcard Machine, Structuring Descriptions

Regular Expressions, Controlling Values

Retail Store Activity Tracking, Interactions Based on Derived Properties

Right to be Forgotten, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

Semantic Gap: Name This Tune, The Semantic Gap

Sensemaking and Organizing, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

Separation Of Organizing Principle From Implementation, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

Shamu the Killer Whale, Preserving Resource Types

Simpson Family Trees, Introduction

Starbucks Coffee Sizes, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme

Statistical Bias and Variance, Classification Is Biased

Structural Metadata, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Supermarket Map, Different Properties for Subsets of Resources

Tags on Last.fm, Tagging of Web-based Resources

Text Processing, Transforming Resources for Interactions

The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing

Things Used at the Gym, Goal-Derived Categories

Three Tiers of Organizing Systems, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

title, Classification Is Biased

Too Many Planets to Enumerate, Enumeration

Transclusion, Hypertext Links

Unreliable Names: Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door, The Vocabulary Problem

Using Information Theory to Quantify Organization, How Much Is It Being Organized?

Web as an Organizing System, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

What about Creating Resources?, Introduction

What Is a Game?, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

What Is a Library?, The Concept of “Collection”

What Is Information?, The Discipline of Organizing

Why are Ottoman Carpets Named After a German Painter?, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

Wikipedia Info Boxes, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

XML Toolchain, The Document Processing World

signature-matching algorithms, Describing Video

similarity, Similarity, Similarity, Feature-based Models of Similarity, Geometric Models of Similarity, Transformational Models of Similarity, Alignment or Analogy Models of Similarity, Alignment or Analogy Models of Similarity, Categories Created by Clustering, Implementing Theory-Based Categories, Implementing Theory-Based Categories, Implementing Theory-Based Categories, Glossary

abstract, Implementing Theory-Based Categories

alignemt models, Alignment or Analogy Models of Similarity

analogy models, Alignment or Analogy Models of Similarity

creating clusters using, Categories Created by Clustering

feature-based models, Feature-based Models of Similarity

geometric models, Geometric Models of Similarity

relational, Implementing Theory-Based Categories

structure mapping, Implementing Theory-Based Categories

transformational models, Transformational Models of Similarity

Simon & Garfunkel, The Concept of “Resource”

Simon, Herbert, The Discipline of Organizing, How Much Is It Being Organized?

simple as practical, Sets

Simple Knowledge Organization System, Glossary (see SKOS)

Simpson Family Trees, Introduction

Simpson, Bart, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Introduction

Simpson, Homer, Introduction

Simpson, Lisa, Resource Description Framework (RDF)

simultaneous derivations, Tillett’s Taxonomy

single properties, Single Properties

single value constraint, Dictionaries

SKOS, RDA and the Semantic Web, Controlling Values, Glossary

SKU, What Is Being Organized?, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Bibliographic Classification, Bibliographic Classification, Glossary

small world problem, The Structural Perspective

smart buildings, Identity and Active Resources

smart things, Active or Operant Resources, Identity and Active Resources, Glossary

Smiraglia, Tillett’s Taxonomy

derivative relationships, Tillett’s Taxonomy

Smith, Adam, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Agent”, How Much Is It Being Organized?

SNOMED-CT, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

Snowden, Edward, Resource Focus

SOA, Selection Criteria, Selection Criteria, Active or Operant Resources, Glossary

social classification, Glossary

social curation, Social and Web Curation

Social Network Properties, Graphs

socio-political constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

access policies, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

power asymmetry, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

public policy, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

standards, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

Socrates, Necessary and Sufficient Properties

software libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

solar system, Resource Description for Sensemaking and Science

sound recordings, Computational Curation

(see also curation)

space facet, Foundations for Faceted Classification

spam classification, Naïve Bayes Classifiers

special libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

species, Resource Domain

specifications, Specifications vs. Standards

spectrum facets, A Classification for Facets, Glossary

major facet type, A Classification for Facets

sphinx, Persistence

Sport Utility Vehicle, Glossary (see SUV)

SQL, Structure-Based Retrieval, Glossary

Standard Generalized Markup Language, Glossary (see SGML)

standardization, Principles of Good Description, Classification and Standardization, Scope and Scale of the Collection

standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards, Specifications vs. Standards

de facto, Specifications vs. Standards

versus specifications, Specifications vs. Standards

wars, Specifications vs. Standards

Standards, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

Starbucks Coffee Sizes, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme

statistical bias, Classification Is Biased

Statistical Bias and Variance, Classification Is Biased

statistical pattern recognition, Glossary

statistical process control, The Importance of Iterative Evaluation

statistical variance, Classification Is Biased

statistics, Selection Criteria, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data, Computational Categories, Classification Is Biased, Classification Is Biased

bias in, Classification Is Biased

category creation with, Computational Categories

exploratory data analysis, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data

histogram, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data

levels of measurement, Organizing Digital Resources

measures of central tendency, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics

measures of variability, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics

organizing with, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics

outlier, Exploratory Analysis to Understand Data

quantiles, Organizing With Descriptive Statistics

sampling, Selection Criteria

variance in, Classification Is Biased

status or activity context, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

stemming, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

Stock Keeping Unit, Glossary (see SKU)

Stop and Think, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Governance in Business Organizing Systems, Resources with Parts, Active or Operant Resources, Who Uses the Descriptions?, Evaluating Resource Descriptions, The Structural Perspective, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Institutional Categories, Classification by Activity Structure, Computational Classification, Graphs, Determining Interactions, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Accuracy of Transformations, Architectural Thinking

Browsing for Books, Value Creation with Digital Resources

Business Data Governance, Governance in Business Organizing Systems

Color, Institutional Categories

Constraint vs Flexibility, Determining Interactions

Defining Quality, Evaluating Resource Descriptions

Description and Expertise, Who Uses the Descriptions?

Dumbing Down, Accuracy of Transformations

How Many Things is a Chess Set?, Resources with Parts

Intentional, implicit/explicit structure, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

Internet of Things, Active or Operant Resources

Kevin Bacon Numbers, The Structural Perspective

Office Taskonomy, Classification by Activity Structure

Sentiment Analysis, Computational Classification

Social Network Properties, Graphs

Standards, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints

Structural Metadata for a Course Syllabus, Structural Relationships within a Resource

What is a Library?, Architectural Thinking

stopword elimination, Transforming Resources for Interactions

storage tier, Organizing Digital Resources

effect on ordering, Organizing Digital Resources

strategic planning, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

structural metadata, Resource Format, Frameworks for Resource Description, Resource Description to Support Interactions

Structural Metadata, Structural Relationships within a Resource

Structural Metadata for a Course Syllabus, Structural Relationships within a Resource

structural perspective, The Structural Perspective, Glossary

structural relationships, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships between Resources

between resources, Structural Relationships between Resources

within a resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource

structure, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

intentional, implicit, explicit, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

structure mapping, Implementing Theory-Based Categories

structure-based retrieval, Structure-Based Retrieval

structured descriptions, Glossary

Structured Query Language, Glossary (see SQL)

structures, Kinds of Structures

kinds, Kinds of Structures

structuring, Structuring Descriptions

description, Structuring Descriptions

stuff-object inclusion, Inclusion, Glossary

defined, Glossary

styles and periods facet, Faceted Classification in Description

subject, Glossary

substitution, Affordance and Capability, Value Creation with Physical Resources, Equivalence, Synonymy, Synonymy, Multi-Level or Hierarchical Categories

successive derivations, Tillett’s Taxonomy

sufficiency and necessity, Principles of Good Description

sufficient properties, Principles of Good Description, Necessary and Sufficient Properties, Glossary

defined, Glossary

Supermarket Map, Different Properties for Subsets of Resources

supervised learning, Computational Categories, Computational Classification, Glossary

supply chain management, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

support libraries, About Intentional Arrangement

Support Vector Machine, Glossary (see SVM)

support vector machines, Categories Created by Clustering

surnames, Naming {and, or, vs.} Describing

surveillance, Resource Focus

SUV, A “Categorization Continuum”, Glossary

Svenonius, Elaine, The Discipline of Organizing, The “Organizing System” Concept, Bibliographic Descriptions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Faceted Classification in Description

SVM, Glossary

symmetric relationships, Glossary

symmetry, Symmetry, Graphs

synonym, Synonymy, Glossary, Glossary

absolute, Synonymy, Glossary

synonymy, Synonymy, Synonymy, Glossary

dictionaries, Synonymy

synset, Synonymy, Glossary

syntax, The Semantic Perspective, The Semantic Perspective, Syntax and Grammar, Syntax, Glossary

for implementation, Syntax and Grammar

predicate/argument, The Semantic Perspective

subject-predicate-object, The Semantic Perspective

Systema Naturae, Resource Domain

Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine – Clinical Terms, Glossary (see SNOMED-CT)

T

T, The Library of Congress Classification

TECHNOLOGY, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

tag cloud, Glossary

tag convergence, Tagging of Web-based Resources

tag soup, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Tagging of Web-based Resources

tag/annotate, Tag / Annotate

tagging, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Classification vs. Tagging, Glossary

versus classification, Classification vs. Tagging

Tags on Last.fm, Tagging of Web-based Resources

tagsonomy, Glossary

tall data, The Discipline of Organizing

tangibility of digital resources, Organizing Digital Resources

taskonomy, Classification by Activity Structure, Classification by Activity Structure, Glossary

tax code effectivity, Effectivity

taxonomic classification, Glossary

taxonomic facets, Glossary

taxonomy, Resource Domain, Inclusion, Glossary, Glossary

defined, Glossary

institutional, Glossary

Systema Naturae, Resource Domain

Taylor, Arlene, Frameworks for Resource Description

metadata classifications, Frameworks for Resource Description

TCP/IP, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

technical metadata, Frameworks for Resource Description

technological environment, Physical or Technological Environment

TEI, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Glossary

temporal, When Is It Being Organized?, Effectivity, Glossary

effectivity, Effectivity

inclusion, Glossary

parameters, When Is It Being Organized?

Ten Years After, The Concept of “Resource”

term frequency, Glossary

Text Encoding Initiative, Glossary (see TEI)

text encoding specifications, Resource Format

Text Processing, Transforming Resources for Interactions

The Beatles, The Concept of “Resource”

The Bee Gees, The Concept of “Resource”

The Discipline of Organizing, The Discipline of Organizing

The Grateful Dead, The Concept of “Resource”, The Semantic Gap

The Intellectual Foundation of Information Organization, Bibliographic Descriptions

The Organization of Information, Frameworks for Resource Description

The Rolling Stones, The Concept of “Resource”, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

The Simpsons, Introduction

The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, “Information Architecture” and Organizing Systems

The Who, The Concept of “Resource”

theory-based categories, Theory-Based Categories

thesaurus, Thesauri, Glossary

Theseus, Persistent Resources

things, Preserving Resource Collections

people swallow, Preserving Resource Collections

that they should not, Preserving Resource Collections

Things Used at the Gym, Goal-Derived Categories

Third Rock from the Sun, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

Third Stone from the Sun, Intentional, Implicit, and Explicit Structure

Three Tiers of Organizing Systems, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

Tillett, Tillett’s Taxonomy, Tillett’s Taxonomy

derivative relationships, Tillett’s Taxonomy

taxonomy, Tillett’s Taxonomy

Tillett, Barbara, Tillett’s Taxonomy

time, What Is Being Organized?

as a resource, What Is Being Organized?

time context, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

time facet, Foundations for Faceted Classification

time stamps, Authenticity

title, Classification Is Biased

tokenization, Transforming Resources for Interactions

Too Many Planets to Enumerate, Enumeration

topic models, Classification vs. Tagging

topological inclusion, Glossary

traceability, Access Policies, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System, Identifying Requirements for an Organizing System

tradeoffs, The “Organizing System” Concept, The “Organizing System” Concept, Organizing This Book, Organizing This Book, Introduction, When Is It Being Organized?, Affordance and Capability, Creating Resource Descriptions, Structural Relationships within a Resource, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Specifications vs. Standards, Understanding Classification, Classification Is Principled, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Choosing Your Constraints, Granularity and Abstraction, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, Satisfaction, Introduction, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description, Single-Source Textbook Publishing

among authoring environments, Single-Source Textbook Publishing

and negotiations, Understanding Classification

descriptive versus prescriptive, Organizing This Book

efficiency and speed, Granularity and Abstraction

flexibility and complexity, Choosing Your Constraints

imposed by extent and timing, About the Nature and Extent of Resource Description

imposed by requirements, Introduction

inherent, The “Organizing System” Concept

interaction design, Satisfaction

organization and retrieval, Affordance and Capability

organization versus retrieval, Organizing This Book, When Is It Being Organized?, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

person-concept, Specifications vs. Standards

principle, The “Organizing System” Concept

provisioning, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time

recall/precision, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

interactions, The Recall / Precision Tradeoff

structural metadata, Structural Relationships within a Resource

subject to bias, Classification Is Principled

what, why, when, by whom, Introduction

who creates descriptions, Creating Resource Descriptions

training set, Glossary

transaction costs, How Much Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Physical Resources, Institutional Categories, Institutional Semantics

transclusion, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Glossary

transcription, Accessibility

transforming, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Modes of Transformation, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Granularity and Abstraction, Accuracy of Transformations

abstraction level, Granularity and Abstraction

for interaction, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Granularity and Abstraction

resources, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Modes of Transformation, Granularity and Abstraction, Accuracy of Transformations

accuracy, Accuracy of Transformations

from multiple systems, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

granularity, Granularity and Abstraction

modes, Modes of Transformation

notation, semantics, writing system, Transforming Resources for Interactions

transitive closure, Analyzing Link Structures

transitivity, Transitivity, Transitivity, Glossary

car example, Transitivity

translation, Translation

translations, Tillett’s Taxonomy

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, Glossary (see TCP/IP)

transportation, Digital Description of a Primary Physical Resource

tree, Trees, Graphs, Glossary

rooted, Graphs

triple, The Semantic Perspective, RDF, Glossary, Glossary

edge, Glossary

predicate(argument(s)) syntax, The Semantic Perspective

Trout Fishing, What’s in a Name?

Turing eXtender Language, Glossary (see TXL)

Twain, Mark, Use Controlled Vocabularies

(see also Clemens, Samuel)

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, Notations

Twitter, Resource Focus, Individual Categories

TXL, Modes of Transformation, Glossary

typicality, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Glossary

typographic conventions, Structural Relationships within a Resource

U

U, The Library of Congress Classification

MILITARY SCIENCE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

U.S. Constitution, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

U.S. Patent Office, Motivations for Maintaining Resources

U2, The Concept of “Resource”

UBL, Category Abstraction and Granularity, Institutional Semantics, Institutional Semantics, Socio-Political and Organizational Constraints, Glossary

UCSB Campus Stadium, The Concept of “Resource”

UDC, Principles for Maintaining the Classification over Time, Glossary

UFOs, Computational Curation

UK, The Semantic Web World, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Glossary

UN, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources for Interactions, Translation, Glossary

Unicode, Resource Format, Notations, Notations, Notations, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

character, Glossary

character encoding, Notations, Glossary

font, Notations, Notations, Glossary

glyph, Notations, Glossary

Uniform Resource Identifier, Glossary (see URI)

Uniform Resource Locator, Glossary (see URL)

Uniform Resource Name, Glossary (see URN)

uniqueness principle, Principles for Assigning Resources to Categories, Glossary

United Kingdom, Glossary (see UK)

United Nations, Glossary (see UN)

United Nations Standard Products and Services Code, Glossary (see UNSPC)

Universal Business Language, Glossary (see UBL)

Universal Decimal Classification, Glossary (see UDC)

Universally Unique Identifier, Glossary (see UUID)

University of California, Berkeley, What Is Being Organized?, Value Creation with Digital Resources

archives, What Is Being Organized?

Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Value Creation with Digital Resources

Unreliable Names: Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door, The Vocabulary Problem

UNSPC, Computational Categories, Glossary

unsupervised learning, Computational Categories, Glossary

Uranus, Enumeration

URI, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Resource”, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Distinguish Identifying and Resolving, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Hypertext Links, XML Information Set, The Web World, The Semantic Web World, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery, Glossary

base, XML Information Set

Cool URIs Don’t Change, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

resolvability, The Semantic Web World

resource, The Concept of “Resource”

URL, Glossary

URN, Glossary

use metadata, Frameworks for Resource Description

user convenience, Principles of Good Description

user interface, Requirements for Interactions

designing interactions, Requirements for Interactions

user requirements, User Requirements

interactions, User Requirements

user warrant, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

users, Selecting Resources, Number and Nature of Users

number and nature of, Selecting Resources, Number and Nature of Users

Using Information Theory to Quantify Organization, How Much Is It Being Organized?

UUID, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Glossary

V

V, The Library of Congress Classification

NAVAL SCIENCE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

validation, Glossary

value, Interaction and Value Creation, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm, Glossary

capture, Knowledge Management for a Small Consulting Firm

creation, Interaction and Value Creation

Van Gogh, Vincent, Resource Format

vector space retrieval, Ranked Retrieval with Vector Space or Probabilistic Models

vehicle history, Provenance

Vehicle Identification Number, Glossary (see VIN)

Venus, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources, Enumeration

photo of statue, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

planet, Enumeration

The Birth of Venus, Describing Museum and Artistic Resources

VIAF, The Semantic Web World, Glossary

video, Describing Video

viewing, Glossary

VIN, Abstraction in Resource Description, Glossary

Virtual International Authority File, Glossary (see VIAF)

Virtual Private Network (VPN), Glossary (see VPN)

visiting, Glossary

visual signature, Describing Images

visualization, Glossary

vocabulary, The Vocabulary Problem, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Designing the Description Vocabulary, Modeling within Constraints, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

controlled, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Glossary

design, Designing the Description Vocabulary, Modeling within Constraints, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

best practices, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

caution advised, Modeling within Constraints

problem, The Vocabulary Problem, Glossary

RDF, Glossary

VPN, Access Policies, Glossary

W

W3C, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, Resource Description by Professionals, Ontologies, Specifications vs. Standards, Graphs, Glossary

walled garden, Organizing Web-based Resources

Walsh, Norman, XML Information Set

War of 1812, The Library of Congress Classification

warrant principle, Principles Embodied in the Classification Scheme, Glossary

Warwick Framework,

water well (Chinese), Notations

Watergate, Extrinsic Dynamic Properties

watermarking, Organizing Digital Resources, Authenticity

Wayback Machine, Preserving the Web

wayfinding, Orientation and Wayfinding Mechanisms

Weather Report, The Concept of “Resource”

Web, The Concept of “Resource”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”, Why Is It Being Organized?, When Is It Being Organized?, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?, Selection Criteria, Selection Criteria, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Digital Resources, Organizing Web-based Resources, Organizing Web-based Resources, Organizing Web-based Resources, Organizing Web-based Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Accessibility, Accessibility, Preserving the Web, Preserving the Web, Preserving the Web, Social and Web Curation, Social and Web Curation, Social and Web Curation, Social and Web Curation, Active or Operant Resources, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Resource Description Framework (RDF), Resource Description Framework (RDF), Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description by Users, Describing Images, Ontologies, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links, The Semantic Web and Linked Data, The Semantic Web and Linked Data, Classification vs. Tagging, Classification vs. Tagging, Classifications Support Interactions, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, The Web World, The Web World, The Semantic Web World, Popularity-Based Retrieval, Mash-Ups, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery, A Multi-generational Photo Collection

404, Social and Web Curation

algorithmic analysis, Resource Description to Support Interactions

alternative resources, The Concept of “Organizing Principle”

ARIA, Accessibility

Banzhaf, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

Berners-Lee, Linked Data Retrieval and Resource Discovery

cache, Preserving the Web

Cailliau, Hypertext Links

citations, When Is It Being Organized?, Organizing Web-based Resources, Organizing Web-based Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Value Creation with Digital Resources, Preserving the Web, Social and Web Curation, Social and Web Curation, Use Controlled Vocabularies, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Describing Images, Hypertext Links, Hypertext Links

community curation, Social and Web Curation

content negotiation, The Concept of “Resource”

cool URIs, Names that Assume Impermanent Attributes

DNS, Organizing Web-based Resources

focused crawlers, Selection Criteria

folksonomy, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”, Classification vs. Tagging, Classification vs. Tagging

Hardin, Hypertext Links

hidden web, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

inventory system, Organizing Digital Resources

link relations, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

linked data, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

linked open vocabularies, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas

manifest, Organizing Web-based Resources

microdata, The Web World

microformats, The Web World

microwork, Active or Operant Resources

NCSA, Hypertext Links

OWL, Ontologies

Page, Popularity-Based Retrieval

permanency of URIs, Organizing Digital Resources

photo storage, A Multi-generational Photo Collection

plain web, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

preserving, Preserving the Web

RDF, Resource Description Framework (RDF)

search, Value Creation with Digital Resources

semantic pedantry, Resource Description Framework (RDF)

SEO, Classifications Support Interactions

tag convergence, Tagging of Web-based Resources, Resource Description by Users

tagging, Why Is It Being Organized?

URI resolvability, The Semantic Web World

WAI, Accessibility

web crawlers, Selection Criteria

Yee, Mash-Ups

Web as an Organizing System, The Concept of “Intentional Arrangement”

web curation, Social and Web Curation

Web Ontology Language, Ontologies, Glossary (see OWL)

Web Services Description Language, Glossary (see WSDL)

web world, The Web World

WebMD, Number and Nature of Users

What about Creating Resources?, Introduction

What Is a Game?, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

What Is a Library?, The Concept of “Collection”

What is a Library?, Architectural Thinking

What Is Information?, The Discipline of Organizing

Whistler, James Abbott McNeill, Introduction

WHO, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems, Glossary

whole-part relationship, Tillett’s Taxonomy

Whorf, Benjamin, Cultural Categories, Cultural Categories

wide data, The Discipline of Organizing

wife, The Semantic Perspective

traditional definition, The Semantic Perspective

Wikipedia, Social and Web Curation

Wikipedia Info Boxes, The Semantic Web and Linked Data

Williamson, Oliver, The Discipline of Organizing, How Much Is It Being Organized?

Wilson, Patrick, The Discipline of Organizing, Bibliographic Resources, Information Components, and “Smart Things” as Resources

Wings, The Concept of “Resource”

Wittgenstein, Ludwig, The Discipline of Organizing, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

What Is a Game?, Probabilistic Categories and “Family Resemblance”

Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things, Cultural Categories

word forms, Relationships among Word Forms

WordNet, Synonymy, Polysemy

work, Identity and Bibliographic Resources, Glossary

World Health Organization, Glossary (see WHO)

World Wide Web Consortium, Glossary (see W3C)

WorldCat, Introduction, Reorganizing Resources for Interactions, Transforming Resources from Multiple or Legacy Organizing Systems

writing system, JSON, Controlling Values, Writing Systems, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

encoding scheme, Controlling Values, Glossary

in resource description, Writing Systems

JSON, JSON, Glossary

WSDL, Abstraction in Resource Description, Glossary

X

XCBF, Make Identifiers Unique or Qualified, Glossary

XInclude, XML Information Set, Glossary

XML, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Structural Relationships within a Resource, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Comparing Metamodels: JSON, XML and RDF, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, The Document Processing World, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary, Glossary

attribute, Glossary

data schema, Implementing Categories Defined by Properties, Glossary

DTD, XML Information Set, XML Information Set

entities, XML Information Set

ID/IDREF, XML Information Set

metamodel, Comparing Metamodels: JSON, XML and RDF

mixed content, Structural Relationships within a Resource

named entities, Structural Relationships within a Resource

toolchain, The Document Processing World

transclusion features, XML Information Set

validation, Glossary

XML Common Biometric Format, Glossary (see XCBF)

XML Inclusions, Glossary (see XInclude)

XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, XML Information Set, The Document Processing World, Glossary, Glossary

contributions, XML Information Set, The Document Processing World

element item, XML Information Set, Glossary

metamodel, XML Information Set

synthetic, XML Information Set

XML Schema Definition Language, Glossary (see XSD)

XML Toolchain, The Document Processing World

XPath, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Structural Relationships within a Resource

training, Resource Description to Support Interactions

XProc, The Document Processing World

XQuery, The Document Processing World

XSD, Specifying Vocabularies and Schemas, The Document Processing World, Glossary

XSLT, Resource Description to Support Interactions, Resource Description to Support Interactions, The Document Processing World, Modes of Transformation, Glossary

Y

Yahoo!, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

Yang, Jerry, How (or by Whom) Is It Organized?

YES, The Concept of “Resource”

Z

Z, The Library of Congress Classification

BIBLIOGRAPHY. LIBRARY SCIENCE, The Library of Congress Classification

in LCC, The Library of Congress Classification

Zappos, Organizing Physical Resources

Zemum, Effectivity

effectivity of place names, Effectivity

zoo, The Discipline of Organizing, The Concept of “Collection”, Introduction, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing Physical Resources, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources, Preserving Resource Instances, Preserving Resource Types, Preserving Resource Types, Curation, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement, User Requirements, Glossary

antelope as document, The Discipline of Organizing

as organizing system, The Concept of “Collection”

constraints, Organizing Physical Resources

habitats, Organizing with Properties of Physical Resources, Curation, Classification vs. Physical Arrangement

interactions, User Requirements

Knut, Preserving Resource Instances

preserving animal species, Preserving Resource Types

resources, Introduction

SeaWorld, Preserving Resource Types

Smithsonian Institute, Organizing Physical Resources

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