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JSTOR is a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals, books, and primary sources. These holdings comprise a wide range of topics from the humanities to the sciences. There does not exist ...

JSTOR is a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals, books, and primary sources. These holdings comprise a wide range of topics from the humanities to the sciences. There does not exist today one single thesaurus that holds the terms to cover all these subjects. JSTOR has a reputation for quality metadata and quality images. We bring many forces to bear on maintaining the quality of our content. So, we strive to have a JSTOR Thesaurus that will be a high-quality enhancement of our content. This presentation will cover the steps and the issues in creating our thesaurus.

Presenter: Nancy Murray, ITHAKA/JSTOR

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    Building a multidisciplinary thesaurus for jstor Building a multidisciplinary thesaurus for jstor Presentation Transcript

    • BUILDING A MULTIDISCIPLINARY THESAURUS FOR JSTORSelected Sources of Controlled VocabulariesEXAMPLE OF A RULE (for “migration”)IF (WITH "amenity" AND ( NEAR "human"))USE Amenity migrationENDIFIF (WITH "animal*" OR WITH "behavior*" OR WITH"behaviour*")USE Animal migration behaviorENDIFIF (WITH "economic" AND ( NEAR "emigrant*" OR NEAR"emigrate*" OR NEAR "employ*"))USE Economic migrationENDIFIF (WITH "human*")USE Human migrationELSEUSE Population migrationENDIFIF (WITH "internal" AND ( NEAR "geopolitical entity"))USE Internal migrationENDIF…A WORK IN PROGRESSTHE SOFTWAREMAIstro™ - for Taxonomy Management and Document IndexingMAIstro combines the functionality of Data Harmony®s existing M.A.I.™ (MachineAided Indexer) and Thesaurus Master™ for taxonomy management and creation foruse in document indexing and metadata management.M.A.I.™ : M.A.I. is a natural language processing tool that uses a rule-based systemfor interactive document indexing.Taxonomy Management: The Thesaurus Master® module of MAIstro is a specializedtaxonomy management software tool used for the creation and maintenance of ataxonomy or the development of a full standards-compliant thesaurus.Document Indexing: Since Thesaurus Master and M.A.I. are integrated in MAIstro, acategorization rule is created automatically when a term is added, and changes toterms in the thesaurus are immediately reflected in associated M.A.I. rules.CCRREEAATTOORRSS OOFF TTHHEE JJSSTTOORR TTHHEESSAAUURRUUSSJSTORSUBJECTSFROMFOLKLORETOPHYSICS