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Title: Exploitation of Information Processing Technologies to Extend Digital Library Applications
Authors: Jian-Hua Yeh
Jia-Yanh Chang
Yen-Jen Oyan
Issue Date: Apr-1999
Publisher: 國立台灣師範大學圖書資訊研究所
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
Abstract: This paper discusses exploitation of information processing technologies to extend digital library applications to new dimension. The discussion focuses on the following three information processing technologies. 1.information extraction. 2.deductive inference. mining. The most significant applications are discovery and derivation of new information and knowledge. This paper discusses how these information processing technologies can be exploited to complement the capabilities of human beings in the digital library domain. the tasks that the developed information processing utilities perform are simple and tedious intelligent information processing. However, because a digital library contains a large quantity of contents, it is common that human beings can hardly carry out such tasks exhaustively. As a result, a great amount of information and knowledge may remain undiscovered without the assistance of assistance of such utilities. On the other hands, with the developed information processing utilities, human being are the released from performing tedious work and can spend more time with more hilosophical activities to derive advanced knowledge.
Other Identifiers: 9AE89FDD-73BE-3766-4217-35BEB8B981BD
Appears in Collections:圖書館學與資訊科學

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