Domain Analysis for Knowledge Organization: Tools for Ontology Extraction


Domain Analysis for Knowledge Organization: Tools for Ontology Extraction (2015) .. by Richard P. Smiraglia


Contents

List of figures and tables
Acknowledgements

1: Discourse domains and their role in knowledge production dissemination and organization

1.1 Domain analysis for knowledge organization
1.2 Catalysts for domain-analytical thought
1.3 Domain analysis formulated as a paradigm for knowledge organization
1.4 Domain analysis is metatheoretical
1.5 Domain analysis is a multimethod paradigm
References

2: Domain analysis as a methodological paradigm in knowledge organization

2.1 A methodological paradigm in KO
2.2 Domain-analytical literature from the KO domain
2.3 Visualizing domain analysis as a methodological paradigm
References

3: Empirical methods for visualizing domains

3.1 Capturing a knowledge base
3.2 Taxonomy of domain-analytical approaches
3.3 An example: A pharmacy
3.4 Domain analysis is contextually driven
3.5 Operationalizing domains for analysis
References

4: Empirical techniques for visualizing domains

4.1 Introduction to empirical techniques
4.2 Evidentiary sources for citation analysis: Web of Science and Scopus
4.3 Evidentiary sources for citation analysis: Manual indexing
4.4 Citation analysis of a domain
References

5: Qualitative analysis: Cognitive work analysis

5.1 Qualitative methods for domain analysis
5.2 Cognitive work analysis
5.3 Two studies using CWA for knowledge organization
5.4 Qualitative analysis for greater perspective
References

6: Conclusions

6.1 Domain analysis has evolved in the KO community
6.2 What we have learned from KO domain analysis
6.3 Using existing evidence to generate domain analysis
References

Index

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