What Is KO?[17]

[17] If you want to learn more about KO, I strongly recommend resources related to the International Society for Knowledge Organization (ISKO). The organization's Web site is at http://www.isko.org/. ISKO holds an international conference every two years, and regional ISKO chapters have their own conferences. ISKO runs the journal KO—Knowledge Organization. An excellent classified bibliography covering the last ten years of ISKO is available [KO 1999], although up to now only on paper, and a three-volume bibliography for earlier periods exists [Dahlberg 1982a, 1984, 1985]. There are several book series. Unfortunately, the volume about ten years of ISKO Festschrift containing reprints of important KO articles (edited by Schmitz-Esser) ...

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