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Saturday, October 06, 2007

RANGANATHAN REVISITED: FACETS FOR THE FUTURE


ISKO UK meeting: Connecting communities: Content, knowledge, information: Same Difference?

Event Details:

5th November 2007
14:00 - 18:00
Venue
University College London
Sir David Davies Lecture Theatre (G08), Ground Floor, Engineering Faculty
Roberts Building, Torrington Place, WC1E 7JE

Programme

14:00
Vanda Broughton Facet analysis as a fundamental theory of knowledge organization
14:40
Claudio Gnoli ‘Classic’ vs. 'freely' faceted classification
15:20
Jan Wyllie
Simon Eaton
Faceted classification as an intelligence analysis tool
16:00
Tea/coffee
16:30
Factiva Faceted Categorisation for the corporate desktop
Visualisation and interaction using metadata to enhance user experience
17:15
Aduna AutoFocus: An Open-source Facet-Driven Enterprise Search Solution
18:00
Networking, wine & nibbles

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