Using Semantic Analysis Tools to Generate Subject Access Points -- A Study Using Panofsky's Theory and Two Research Samples
Semantic networks, Semantic Web
Cataloging and Metadata | Databases and Information Systems | Library and Information Science
This paper attempts to explore an approach of using an automatic semantic analysis tool to enhance the “subject” access to materials that are not included in the usual library subject cataloging process. Using two research samples the authors analyzed the access points supplied by OpenCalais, a semantic analysis tool. As an aid in understanding how computerized subject analysis might be approached, this paper suggests using the three-layer framework that has been accepted and applied in image analysis, developed by Erwin Panofsky.
Zeng, Marcia Lei; Gracy, Karen F.; and Zumer, Maja (2014). Using Semantic Analysis Tools to Generate Subject Access Points -- A Study Using Panofsky's Theory and Two Research Samples. Knowledge Organization 41(6), 440-451. doi: 10.5771/0943-7444-2014-6-440 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/slispubs/106