Semantic Interaction in Digital Library

Herlina Jayadianti

Abstract


Effective information access involves semantic interactions between users and information residing in diverse locations in specific Digital Library in University of UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta. Users seek and retrieve information from the sources—for example source in digital libraries—and use various terminologies to describe knowledge about collection in library. We have developed a common ontoloogy with mapping techniques that support various terminology and perceptions in the process of user/information interaction. These techniques can be considered attempts to understand the differences between perception in the interactions between users and information in Digital library. Copyright © 2016 International Journal of Advances in Intelligent Informatics

Keywords


Semantic; Ontology; Digital Library; Different Term; Meaning

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