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Domain Analysis for Knowledge Organization by Richard Smiraglia

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Empirical methods for visualizing domains

Abstract

At the simplest level, domain analysis simply means capturing the knowledge base of a community. This chapter is devoted to explication of the typical or standard approaches to capturing the knowledge base of a community. How we go about capturing this knowledge base, specifically, is what constitutes our domain analytical methodology. A methodology is a plan for research that quite specifically lays out which tools will be used and why. Operational parameters for domain analytic research require that the context is in the first instance a unit of analysis for the construction of a knowledge organization system. Whether it is our intent immediately to construct such a system or to leave ...

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