Using a rules based approach to insure fast flexibility, Margie Hlava from Access Innovations will outline several case studies in the application of semantic enrichment and metadata suggestions. This is a part of ISKO’s Knowledge Organization Education (KO-ED) Theoretical Perspectives on Thursday, February 18th at 6:30pm via Zoom. Don’t wait, register today for this free event.
Margie will share data not limited to strictly taxonomy subjects but other KOS such as geographic locations – with GPS coordinated, named entity extraction for authors and organizations, medical coding of data using the ICD-10 and other systems. Another increasingly popular area is in e-commerce and the mapping of UNSPSC or e-class codes for retail purchases across the world.
KO-ED is a ISKO UK series of virtual classes for all those who want to learn, refresh or expand their understanding of knowledge organization principles and processes. Speakers include university lecturers, textbook authors, researchers and international experts. Click here for future workshop topics and schedule.
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Access Innovations, the world leader in thesaurus, ontology, and taxonomy creation and metadata application.