FOLKOSONOMIES
Bc. Ľubomír Poklemba
Linköpings Universitet
      2008/2009
WHAT ARE FOLKSONOMIES??
   English term „folksonomies“ was created in 2004 by informatical
    architect Thomas Vander Wa...
THE MAIN DIVISION OF FOLKSONOMIES


   Author create an object and
    make this object accessible
    to other users. At...
THE MAIN DIVISION OF FOLKSONOMIES



                            Author create an object and make
                        ...
TAG CLOUDS

 Connecting folksonomies more users in concrete
  community
 Summation of incidence the same tags

 Represe...
EXAMPLES
   Systems to creating collective bookmarks
EXAMPLES

SYSTEMS TO ORGANIZATION AND TRACKING A SOURCES
ON THE INTERNET
PROBLEMS

 Main problem- trustworthiness of sources
 Wrong categorization into the tags

 To broad determination of tag...
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Folkosonomies

  1. 1. FOLKOSONOMIES Bc. Ľubomír Poklemba Linköpings Universitet 2008/2009
  2. 2. WHAT ARE FOLKSONOMIES??  English term „folksonomies“ was created in 2004 by informatical architect Thomas Vander Wal  Explanation- folk (people) taxonomy (from Greece word „taxis- „ arrangement“ and „nomy“-„method“)  It is a method, which presenting organization of information to tags. Tags are assigning by users of social networks  TAG- Term which determine the category, that users assigning to the concrete sources  Allowing categorization lot of different sources like blogs, video, web page,pictures but also rss  They creating a connected structures of conception maps, which are representing terms in people minds
  3. 3. THE MAIN DIVISION OF FOLKSONOMIES  Author create an object and make this object accessible to other users. At the same time author indexing a content by one keyword, which is the most suitable for his object. Source- Categorization and Klasification in e-space, Irena Lányiová
  4. 4. THE MAIN DIVISION OF FOLKSONOMIES Author create an object and make this object accessible to other users. Others taging this object by own keywords and they are using the keywords to search this object at the same time. Source- Categorization and Klasification in e-space, Irena Lányiová
  5. 5. TAG CLOUDS  Connecting folksonomies more users in concrete community  Summation of incidence the same tags  Representation of tags- the most occurrence tags are accentuated  The most popular is del.ico.us
  6. 6. EXAMPLES  Systems to creating collective bookmarks
  7. 7. EXAMPLES SYSTEMS TO ORGANIZATION AND TRACKING A SOURCES ON THE INTERNET
  8. 8. PROBLEMS  Main problem- trustworthiness of sources  Wrong categorization into the tags  To broad determination of tag for source  synonymity  Results are organized chaotically and browsing need a lot of time
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