Quality Control of Chinese-Language Records Using a Rule-Based Data Validation System-Part 2
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly
quality control, Chinese-language records, rule-based data validation system
Cataloging and Metadata | Library and Information Science
The problem addressed by this two-part study is to evaluate the quality of Chinese records in the OCLC database and to determine the potential of a set of production rules for a rule-based data validation system lo support quality control of the Chinese records. The second part of the study emphasizes establishing pro- duction rules for such a system. Based on the results of error anal- ysis, a set of production rules were developed and tested, focusing on improving completeness, consistency, and correctness of a rec- ord. The rules covered 11 of the total 19 types of errors. At least 65% , of the errors occurring in the investigated sample records could be detected automatically by applying the production rules.
Zeng, Marcia Lei (1993). Quality Control of Chinese-Language Records Using a Rule-Based Data Validation System-Part 2. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 18(1), 3-26. doi: 10.1300/J104v18n01_02 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/slispubs/92