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 +==Indexing process [索引編製程序]==
 +**status** - most of activities now move to [[.:​research:​bob-indexing]]
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 +* [[back-of-the-book_index]] - 書後索引
 +* [[index]] - 索引
 +* [[indexing]] - 索引法; (當專指人為索引法時)索引編製
 +* [[indexing_process]] - 索引編製程序
 +* [[indexing_evaluation]] - 索引評估
 +* [[usability]] - 使用性
 +* [[subject_analysis]] - 主題分析
 +* [[semantic_network]]
 +* [[knowledge_representation]]
 +* [[sociocluture]]
 +* Abbott, R. (2004). Subjectivity as a concern for information science: A popperian perspective. Journal of Information Science, 30(2), 95.
 +* Al-Halimi, R. K. (2004). Mining topic signals from text. Unpublished PhD, UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO (CANADA).
 +* Barnum, C., Henderson, E., Hood, A., & Jordan, R. (2004). Index versus full-text search: A usability study of user preference and performance. Technical Communication,​ 51(2), 185.
 +* Brenner, D., & Rowland, M. (Eds.). (2000). [[:​study:​Brenner,​ D., Rowland, M. (Eds.). (2000). Beyond book indexing|Beyond book indexing]]. Phoenix, AZ: American Society of Indexers.
 +* Culleton, J. (2004). Open source indexing. Indexer, 24(2), 58.
 +* David, C., & et al. (1995). Indexing as problem solving: A cognitive approach to consistency. Proceedings of the ASIS Annual Meeting, 32.
 +* Dhar, V., & Chen, H. (1991). Cognitive process as a basis for intelligent retrieval system design. Information Processing and Management, 27(5), 405.
 +* Diodato, V. (1994). [[:​study:​Diodato,​ V. (1994). User preferences for features in back of book indexes|User preferences for features in back of book indexes]]. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 45(7), 529.
 +* Diodato, V., & Gandt, G. (1991). [[:​study:​Diodato,​ V., and Gandt, G. (1991). Back of the book indexes and the characteristics of author and nonauthor indexing|Back of the book indexes and the characteristics of author and nonauthor indexing: Report of an exploratory study]]. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 42(5), 341.
 +* Dixon, P., & Shenton, A. K. (2003). Sequential or selective access? Young people'​s strategies for finding information in non-fiction books.
 +* Enser, P. G. B. (1978). An investigation into the automatic classification of book material represented by back-of-the-book indexers. Journal of Informatics,​ 2(1), 18.
 +* Enser, P. G. B. (1985). Automatic classification of book material represented by back-of-the-book index. Journal of Documentation,​ 41(3), 135.
 +* Farrow, J. (1995). All in the mind: Concept analysis in indexing. Indexer, 19(4), 243.
 +* Farrow, J. (1996). [[:​study:​Farrow,​ J. (1996). Propositional analysis and macrorules for indexing|Propositional analysis and macrorules for indexing]]. Library Review, 45(1), 6.
 +* Farrow, J. F. (1991). A cognitive process model of document indexing. Journal of Documentation,​ 47(2), 149.
 +* Feinberg, H., Anderson, J. D., Rothman, J., Anderson, B. E., Wilson, C. B., Metanomski, W. V., et al. (1983). Indexing specialized formats and subjects. Metuchen, New Jersey and London, Scarecrow Press, Inc, 288s.
 +* Fugmann, R. (1994). Book indexing: A classificatory approach. Knowledge Organization,​ 21(1), 29.
 +* Fugmann, R. (1997). Bridging the gap between database indexing and book indexing. Knowledge Organization,​ 24(4), 205.
 +* Garshol, L. M. (2004). Metadata? Thesauri? Taxonomies? Topic maps! Making sense of it all. Journal of Information Science, 30(4), 378.
 +* Harrod, L. M. (Ed.). (1978). [[:​study:​Harrod,​ L. M. (Ed.). (1978). Indexers on indexing|Indexers on indexing: A selection of articles published in the indexer]]. New York: R. R. Bowker Co.
 +* Henige, D. (2002). Indexing: A user's perspective. Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 33(4), 230.
 +* Hert, C. A., Jacob, E. K., & Dawson, P. (2000). [[:​study:​Hert,​ C. A., Jacob, Dawson,. (2000). A usability assessment of online indexing structures|A usability assessment of online indexing structures in the networked environment]]. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 51(11), 971.
 +* Jones, K. P. (1983). How do we index? A report of some aslib informatics group activity. Journal of Documentation,​ 39(1), 1.
 +* Jorgensen, C., Jaimes, A., Benitez, A. B., & Chang, S. F. (2001). A conceptual framework and empirical research for classifying visual descriptors. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 52(11), 938.
 +* Jorgensen, C., & Liddy, E. D. (1996). [[:​study:​Jorgensen,​ C., and Liddy, E. D. (1996). Information access or information anxiety|Information access or information anxiety? - an exploratory evaluation of book index features]]. Indexer, 20(2), 64.
 +* Jorgensen, C. & Liddy, E.D. (1994). [[:​study:​Jorgensen,​ C. & Liddy, E.D. (1994). An analysis of information seeking behaviors in index use|An analysis of information seeking behaviors in index use, or opening Pandora'​s box]]. Proceedings of the 15th National Online Meeting.
 +* Keen, E. M. (1973). The aberystwyth index languages test. Journal of Documentation,​ 29(1), 1.
 +* Keen, E. M., & Digger, J. A. (1972). Report of an information science index languages test. Aberystwyth,​ Department of Information Retrieval Studies, College of Librarianship Wales, (2v) 173.
 +* Keen, E. M., & Maltby, A. (1972). Prospects for classification suggested by evaluation tests carried out 1957-1970. In Anonymous (Ed.), Classification in the 1970'​s:​A discussion of development and prospects for the major schemes (pp. 193). London: Bingley.
 +* Kleinberg, I. (1997). For want of an alphabetical index: Some notes toward a history of the back-of-the-book index in nineteenth century america. Indexer, 20(3), 156.
 +* Lancaster, F. W. (2004). Indexing and abstracting in theory and practice. Technical Services Quarterly, 21(4), 97.
 +* Liddy, E. D., Jorgensen, C., & Bonzi, S. (1993). Modelling information seeking behaviours in index use. In Anonymous (Ed.), Proceedings of the 5sixth annual meeting of the american society for information science, columbus, ohio, 24-28 october 1993 (pp. 185). Medford: New Jersey, Learned Information,​ Inc., For American Society for Information Science.
 +* Mai, J.-E. (2000). Deconstructing the indexing process. Advances in Librarianship(23),​ 269-298.
 +* Mai, J.-E. (2000). [[:​study:​Mai,​ J.-E. (2000). The subject indexing process|The subject indexing process: An investigation of problems in knowledge representation]]. Unpublished PhD, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN.
 +* Mai, J.-E. (2001). [[:​study:​Mai,​ J.-E. (2001). Semiotics and indexing|Semiotics and indexing: An analysis of the subject indexing process]]. Journal of Documentation,​ 57(5), 591-622.
 +* Mai, J.-E. (2004a). The future of general classification. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, 37(1/2), 3.
 +* Mai, J.-E. (2004b). The role of domains, documents, and decisions in indexing. Paper presented at the Eight International ISKO Conference.
 +* [[:​study:​Mai,​ J.-E. (2005). Analysis in indexing|Mai,​ J.-E. (2005). Analysis in indexing: Document and domain centered approaches]]. Information Processing & Management, 41(3), 599.
 +* Mathews, P. L., & Bakewell, K. G. B. (1997). Indexes to children'​s information books. Indexer, 20(4), 193.
 +* Milstead, J. L. (1994). [[:​study:​Milstead,​ J. L. (1994). Needs for research in indexing|Needs for research in indexing]]. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 45(8), 577-582. ​
 +* Murray, C. (2004). Indexing in an xml context. Indexer, 24(2), 66.
 +* [[research:​martin_nystrand|Nystrand,​ M.]] (1990a). Sharing words - the effects of readers on developing writers. Written Communication,​ 7(1), 3-24.
 +* Nystrand, M. (1990b). Text properties are objective, text meaning is not. Contemporary Psychology, 35(3), 302-303.
 +* Nystrand, M. (2001). On writing and rhetoric in everyday life - an editor'​s note. Written Communication,​ 18(3), 255-258.
 +* Nystrand, M., & Gamoran, A. (1991). Instructional discourse, student engagement, and literature achievement. Research In The Teaching Of English, 25(3), 261-290.
 +* Nystrand, M., & Graff, N. (2001). Report in argument'​s clothing: An ecological perspective on writing instruction in a seventh-grade classroom. Elementary School Journal, 101(4), 479-493.
 +* Nystrand, M., & Himley, M. (1984). [[:​study:​Nystrand,​ M., Himley, M. (1984). Written text as social interaction|Written text as social interaction]]. Theory Into Practice, 23(3), 198.
 +* Olanlokun, S. O., & Ojo, J. A. (1998). A survey of the effectiveness and coverage of indexing of nigerian publications from 1986 to 1996. African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science, 8(2), 97.
 +* Sauperl, A. (2002). [[:​study:​Sauperl,​ A. (2002). Subject determination during the cataloging process|Subject determination during the cataloging process.]] Mayland: Scarecrow Press, Inc.
 +* Sauperl, A. (2004). Catalogers'​ common ground and shared knowledge. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 55(1), 55.
 +* Schwartz, C., & Fry, B. M. (1977). Indexing behavior-survey and state of the art. In Anonymous (Ed.), Information management in the 1980s: Proceedings of the 40th asis annual meeting, volume 14 (pp. Chicago). White Plains: New York, American Society for Information Science.
 +* Sensuse, D. I. (2004). A comparison of manual indexing and automatic indexing in the humanities. Unpublished PhD, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO (CANADA), TORONTO.
 +* Stauber, D. M. (2004). Facing the text: Content and structure in book indexing. Indexer, 24(2), 111.
 +* Stelmach, M. (1999). The application of index entries to search and retrieval of books and book content. Indexer, 21(3), 127.
 +* Stubbs, E. A., Mangiaterra,​ N. E., & Martinez, A. M. (1999). Internal quality audit of indexing: A new application of interindexer consistency. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, 28(4), 53.
 +* Todd, R. J. (1992). Academic indexing: What's it all about? Indexer, 18(2), 101.
 +* Todd, R. J. (1993). Subject access: What's it all about? Some research findings. Cataloguing Australia, 19(3/4), 259.
 +* van der Meij, H. (2002). Styling the index: Is it time for a change? Journal of Information Science, 28(3), 243.
 +* Williams, P. L., & Bakewell, K. G. B. (1999). Children and indexes. New Library World, 100(1150), 201.
 +* Zhang, W. (2004). The development and structure of the chinese thesaurus for subject indexing. International Information and Library Review, 36(1), 47.
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