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100 1  Aitchison, Jean 
245 10 Thesaurus Construction and Use :|bA Practical Manual 
250    4th ed 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2000 
264  4 |c©2000 
300    1 online resource (212 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Book Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- The 
       Authors -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction to
       the Fourth edition -- Section A:  Nature, purposes and 
       uses of thesauri -- A1.  Thesauri in retrieval -- A1.1.  
       The classic thesaurus -- A1.1.1 -- A1.2.  The indexing 
       thesaurus -- A1.3.  The search thesaurus -- A1.4.  Search 
       techniques -- A2.  The thesaurus in indexing -- Section B:
       Planning and design of thesauri -- B1.  Is a thesaurus 
       necessary? -- B1.1  Natural versus controlled language -- 
       B1.2  The need for the thesaurus in the full-text era -- 
       B2.  Information system considerations -- B2.1.  Subject 
       field -- B2.2.  Type of literature/data -- B2.3.  Quantity
       of literature/data -- B2.4.  Language considerations -- 
       B2.5.  System users -- B2.6.  Questions, searches, 
       profiles -- B2.7.  Resources available -- B2.8.  Buying in
       resources -- B3.  Choice of thesaurus -- B3.1.  New 
       thesaurus versus adaptation -- B3.2.  Thesaurus and 
       information retrieval system design elements -- B3.2.1.   
       Recall devices include: -- B3.2.2.  Precision devices 
       include. -- B3.2.3. -- Section C:  Standards for thesaurus
       construction and development -- Section D:  Vocabulary 
       control -- D1.  Indexing terms-preferred and non-preferred
       -- D2.  Indexing terms-general categories -- D3.  Indexing
       terms-form of term -- D3.1.  Grammatical forms-Nouns, 
       adjectives, adverbs, articles -- D3.1.1.  Nouns and noun 
       phrases -- D3.1.2.  Adjectives -- D3.1.3.  Adverbs -- 
       D3.1.4.  Verbs -- D3.1.5.  Initial articles -- D3.2.  
       Singular and plural forms -- D3.2.1.  Concrete entities --
       D3.2.2.  Abstract concepts -- D3.2.3.  Unique entities -- 
       D3.2.4.  Co-existence of singulars and plurals -- D3.2.5. 
       Reference from non-preferred to preferred forms -- D3.3.  
       Spelling -- D3.4.  Transliteration, Romanization -- D3.5. 
       Punctuation, Capitalization 
505 8  D3.5.1.  Punctuation and non-alphabetic characters -- 
       D3.5.2.  Capitalization -- D3.6.  Abbreviations, 
       initialisms, and acronyms -- D4.  Indexing terms-choice of
       terms -- D4.1.  Loan words -- D4.2.  Neologisms, slang 
       terms and jargon -- D4.3.  Common names and trade names --
       D4.3.1.  Trademarks -- D4.4.  Popular names and scientific
       names -- D4.5.  Place names -- D4.6.  Identifiers: proper 
       names of institutions, persons, etc. -- D5.  Indexing 
       terms-restriction and clarification of meaning -- D5.1.  
       Homographs and homonyms -- D5.2.  Scope notes (SNs) and 
       definitions -- D5.2.1.  Definitions -- D5.2.2.  Scope 
       notes -- Section E:  Specificity and compound terms -- E1.
       Vocabulary specificity -- E2.  Compound terms: levels of 
       pre-coordination -- E2.1.  Structure of compound terms -- 
       E2.2.  Order of words in compound terms -- E2.3.  Effect 
       of compound terms on performance -- E2.3.1.  Advantages of
       compound terms -- E2.3.2.  Disadvantages of compound terms
       -- E.2.3.3.  Advantages of factored terms -- E2.3.4.  
       Disadvantages of factored terms -- E2.4.  Rules for the 
       treatment of compound terms -- E2.4.1.  Retention of 
       compound terms -- E2.4.2.  Factoring of compound terms -- 
       E2.4.2.(a)  Factoring techniques -- E2.4.2.(b)  Factoring 
       rules -- E2.4.2.(c)  Exceptions to the factoring rules -- 
       E2.4.3.  The Art and Architecture Thesaurus compound term 
       rules -- Section F:  Structure and relationships -- F1.  
       Basic thesaural relationships -- F1.1.  Equivalence 
       relationships -- F1.1.1.  Synonyms -- F1.1.2.  Lexical 
       variants -- F1.1.3.  Quasi-synonyms -- F1.1.3a.  Upward 
       posting -- F1.1.4.  Factored and unfactored forms of 
       compound terms -- F1.2.  The hierarchical relationship -- 
       F1.2.1.  The generic relationship -- F1.2.2.  The 
       hierarchical whole-part relationship -- F1.2.3.  The 
       instance relationship -- F1.2.4.  Polyhierarchical 
       relationships 
505 8  F1.3.  The associative relationship -- F1.3.1.  Terms 
       belonging to the same category -- F1.3.2.  Terms belonging
       to different categories -- F1.3.3.  Related terms in the 
       alphabetical display -- F1.3.4.  Related terms in the 
       systematic display -- F2.  Classification and facet 
       analysis -- F2.1.  Thesauri and use of facet analysis -- 
       F2.1.1.  The Bliss classification, and other universal 
       schemes, as thesaurus sources -- F2.2.  Fundamental facets
       -- F2.3.  Structuring by facet analysis -- F2.3.1.  
       Thesauri structured by subject fields and disciplines -- 
       F2.3.2.  Thesauri with fundamental facets as main division
       -- F2.3.3.  Order of facets in a faceted display -- F2.3.4
       Facet analysis references -- F3.  Notation -- F3.1.  
       Expressive notation -- F3.2.  Ordinal and semi-ordinal 
       notation -- F3.3.  Synthetic and retroactive notation -- 
       F3.4. -- F4.  Automatic approaches to thesaurus 
       construction -- Section G:  Auxiliary retrieval devices --
       G1.  Post-coordination and pre-coordination -- G2.  Post-
       coordinate searching devices -- G2.1.  Logical operators -
       - G2.2.  Word fragment searching -- G2.3.  Word distance 
       device -- G3.  Links -- G4.  Roles -- G5.  Treatment and 
       other aspect codes -- G6.  Weighting -- Section H:  
       Thesaurus displays -- H1.  Screen displays -- H2.  
       Alphabetical display -- H2.1.  Layout and reference 
       structure -- H2.2.  Multilevel hierarchies -- H2.3.  
       Permuted index -- H2.4.  Alphabetization -- H2.5.  
       Different alphabetical displays for end-users and indexers
       -- H3.  Hierarchies generated from the alphabetical 
       display -- H3.1.  Top term arrangement -- H3.2.  Two-way 
       hierarchies -- H4.  Systematic displays and hierarchies --
       H4.1.  Broad subject groups -- H4.1.1.  'Themes' -- H.4.2.
       Tree structures and enumerative classification -- H4.2.1. 
       Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) tree structures -- H4.2.2.
       Enumerative classification 
505 8  H4.3.  Detailed faceted thesauri -- H4.3.1.  Thesaurofacet
       -- H4.3.2.  Art and Architecture Thesaurus -- H4.3.3.  BSI
       ROOT Thesaurus style -- H4.3.4.  Polyhierarchies in 
       faceted systematic displays -- H5.  Graphic displays -- 
       H5.1.  Family tree structures -- H5.2.  Arrowgraphs -- 
       H5.3.  Terminographs/box charts -- H6.  Display in 
       multilingual thesauri -- Section I:  Multilingual thesauri
       -- General -- I1.  Source and target thesauri -- I2.  
       Equivalences -- I2.1.  Exact equivalence -- I2.2.  Inexact
       equivalence -- I2.3.  Partial equivalence -- I2.4.  Single
       -to-multiple equivalence -- I2.5.  Non-equivalence -- I3. 
       Other considerations -- Section J:  Construction 
       techniques -- J1.  Definition of subject field -- J2.  
       Selection of thesaurus characteristics and layout -- J3.  
       Notification of intent -- J4.  Deductive versus inductive 
       method -- J5.  Selection of terms -- J5.1.  Terminological
       sources in standardized form -- J5.2.  Literature scanning
       -- J.5.2.1.  Manual selection -- J5.2.2.  Automatic term 
       selection -- J5.3.  Question scanning -- J5.4.  Users'/
       experts' experience and knowledge -- J5.5.  The compiler's
       experience and knowledge -- J6.  Recording of the terms --
       J7.  Finding structure -- J7.1.  Preliminary organization 
       of the subjects covered by the thesaurus -- J7.2.  
       Analysis and grouping of terms within broad categories -- 
       J7.2.1.  Analysis using a systematic display -- J7.2.1a. -
       - J7.2.1b. -- J7.2.1c. -- J7.2.1d. -- J7.2.1e. -- J7.2.2. 
       Analysis using a graphic display -- J7.3.  Editing the 
       systematic display -- J8.  Alphabetical thesaurus 
       production from a systematic display -- J8.1.  
       Conventional alphabetical thesaurus production -- J8.2.  
       Alphabetical display accompanying a systematic display -- 
       J9.  Final checking with experts -- J10.  Introduction to 
       the thesaurus -- J11.  Editing -- J12.  Testing -- J13.  
       Production for publication 
505 8  J14.  Deposit with clearinghouse -- Section K:  Thesaurus 
       management -- K1.  Maintenance mechanism and routines -- 
       K2.  Thesaurus modifications -- K2.1.  Amendment of 
       existing terms -- K2.2.  Status of existing terms -- K2.3.
       Deletion or demotion of existing terms -- K2.4.  Addition 
       of new, or deletion of old relationships -- K2.5.  
       Addition of new terms -- K2.6.  Amendment of existing 
       structure -- K3.  Thesaurus management software -- K4.  
       The physical form of the thesaurus -- K4.1.  Print-on-
       paper -- K4.2.  Electronic thesauri -- K4.2.1.  Flat file 
       -- K4.2.2.  Database structured -- K4.2.3.  Hypertext -- 
       Section L:  Thesaurus reconciliation and integration -- 
       L1.  The need for reconciliation -- L2.  Reconciliation 
       methods -- L2.1.  Mapping, switching and intermediate 
       languages -- L2.1.1.  Intermediate languages -- L2.1.2.  
       Automatic switching -- L3.  Integration and merging -- 
       L3.1.  Macrothesauri and microthesauri -- L3.2.  Merged 
       controlled languages -- L3.2.1.  Unified Agricultural 
       Thesaurus -- L3.2.2.  Unified Medical Language System -- 
       L3.2.3. -- Appendix A:  AAT Compound Term Rules -- 
       COMPOUND TERMS THAT REMAIN BOUND -- COMPOUND TERMS THAT 
       ARE SPLIT -- Bibliography -- Index 
520    A practical guide to the construction of thesauri for use 
       in information retrieval, written by leading experts in 
       the field. Includes: planning and design; vocabulary 
       control; specificity and compound terms; structure and 
       relationships; auxiliary retrieval devices; multilingual 
       thesauri; AAT Compound Term Rules. The US ANSI/NISO Z39.19
       Thesaurus construction standard is also covered 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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