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Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
Database retrieval system and related semantic web application
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  • 1. Online Database RetrievalSystemDr. Shailendra KumarAssociate Professor and Former HeadDepartment of Library and Information ScienceUniversity of Delhi
  • 2. Online Database Retrieval System• We have vast amounts of information and its formats to which accurate andspeedy access is becoming ever more difficult.• Identification of Metadata and their Semantic value and Relations in informationresources.• Ease of use and efficiency of library an information retrieval system (IRS) isordinarily measured in terms of its user friendliness and recall & relevant ratios.• IRS depends on the search strategy, query formulation skills and confidence of theonline searcher as well as the inherent features of the IRS and the databases.• Understanding existing trends in IR features and different data retrieval techniquesrequired for success in searching different databases.• Examine the data retrieval techniques as offered and made available by databaseproviders• Availability of required Bandwidth and Compatible Operating System Software.
  • 3. Online Database Retrieval System• Bibliographic Database• E-Books Database• Full Text Journals Database• Image and Graphic Database
  • 4. BIBLIOGRAPHIC/ABSTRACTING/INDEXING DATABASES IN BELOW LISTED CENTRAL UNIVERSITIES INDatabase Name AU BHU DU IGNOU JAMIA JNU PU VBUABI/INFORM Databases N N Y N N N N NAnalytical WebBase N N Y N N N N NBiological Abstract Y N N N N N N YBIOSIS Biological Abstract DatabaseOnlineN Y Y N N N N NGeoRef Database N N Y N N N N NHENRY-STEWART TALKCOLLECTIONN N N N N Y N NLISA N N Y Y N N N NMathscinet N Y Y Y Y Y Y NSCITATION N N N N Y N N NSABRANG N N N N Y N N NISID Y Y Y N Y Y Y YJCCC Y Y Y N Y Y Y YWeb of Sciences N Y N N N N N NSciFinder Scholar N Y Y N N N Y NDELNET Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y
  • 5. E-BOOK DATABASES IN BELOW LISTED CENTRAL UNIVERSITIESINDatabase Name AUBHUDUIGNOUJAMIAJNU PU VBUAlex Catalogue of ElectronicTextsN N Y Y N N N NAuthorama N Y Y Y N N N NBartleby.com N N Y Y N N N NBible Gateway.com. N N Y N N N N NBibliomania N N Y Y N N N NBrookings Institution Press N N Y N N N N NE-books N Y N N N N N NComplete Works of WilliamShakespeareN N Y Y N N N NCredo Reference N Y Y Y Y N N NDigital book Index N N Y N N N N NDLIST N N N Y N N N NEncyclopedia Britannica N Y N N Y N N NFree Books N N N Y N N N NFree e-books N N N Y N N N NIdea Reference Resources N N N Y N N N NInternet Archive N N Y N N N N NInternet Public Library N N Y Y N N N NMIT Courseware N N Y N N N N NNetLibrary N N N Y N N N NOnline books page N N Y N N N N NOnline literature Library N N Y N N N N NProject Gutenberg N Y N Y N N N Nbooks and publications N N Y N N N N NRead Print site N Y Y Y N N N NSage- E - Books collections N Y Y N N N N NThe Great Books N N Y N N N N NThe Online Book Page N N Y Y N N N N
  • 6. Internet Public Library N N Y Y N N N NMIT Courseware N N Y N N N N NNetLibrary N N N Y N N N NOnline books page N N Y N N N N NOnline literature Library N N Y N N N N NProject Gutenberg N Y N Y N N N Nbooks and publications N N Y N N N N NRead Print site N Y Y Y N N N NSage- E - Books collections N Y Y N N N N NThe Great Books N N Y N N N N NThe Online Book Page N N Y Y N N N Ne scholarships Edition N N Y N N N N N
  • 7. Online Database Retrieval System• Identify different Accessibility Features of theonline databases.• Identify different Browsing Features of theonline databases.• Site Feasibility Features of the onlinedatabases.• Recognize different Menu Driven orCommand Oriented Retrieval Techniques ofan online database.
  • 8. Online Database Retrieval System• ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES OF ONLINE DATABASES•• The below listed table 7.16 describe about the feasibility of the site of online database.The name column of Online Database is arranged alphabetically. On the other hand thefeatures are arranged with the code word F1 (i.e. F1 = Feature One), the details of thefeatures are given below:•• F1 Easy Query formulation• F2 Accessing index• F3 Query using index• F4 Query dialog box• F5 Query can be submitted to the database system• F6 Query parameter can be limited or expanded• F7 Query results form• F8 No distraction of query results• F9 Query results format (i.e. RTF, HTML, PDF or DOC etc.)• F10 Search history is noticeable• F11 System use select hits• F12 Online help is available
  • 9. Online Database Retrieval System• BROWSING FEATURES OF ONLINE DATABASES• F1 Easy browsing of Multimedia Information• F2 Content of the Pages is easy to understand• F3 Users friendly interface• F4 Standard Graphic Quality• F5 Lack of Standardized Format• F6 Easy Reading on monitor Screen (P300)
  • 10. Online Database Retrieval System• SITE FEASIBILTY OF ONLINE DATABASES• F1 Difficult to move around the site• F2 Finding quickly• F3 This site is easy to use• F4 Needs more instruction• F5 Slow site• F6 Easy navigation of Tabs• F7 Site logical design• F8 Consistency of pages & its presentation• F9 Appropriate images• F10 Site access• F11 Possibility to pass over repeated navigation• F12 Links on pages• F13 Generation of secondary web pages or script based presentationwindow
  • 11. Online Database Retrieval System• BASIC FEATURES• Entering a search• Navigation within the results list• Displaying an article from the result list• Searching for a particular journal Issues• Link to “related Internet links”• Finding the relevance rating for each article• Using the “go to best part” feature• Displaying the definition of a word in an article
  • 12. Online Database Retrieval System• ADVANCE FEATURES• Boolean Operator• Field specific searches• Have rules of precedence with nested queries• Limit field searches• Match of exact words/phrases• Phases Searching• Proximity search• Range searching• Save search• Search history• Stemming• Subject search• Truncation• Use of thesaurus or permuted index for searching• Wildcard
  • 13. Online Database Retrieval System• UNIQUE FEATURES• Article locater• Article types• Automatic Translation Software• Citation Search• Classification code• Cross Reference Search• Custom Links• Density of Terms• Explode/Expand Search• E-mailing an Article from the Result List• E-mailing Citations from the Result List• Frequency of terms• Fuzzy Searching• Google Custom Search• Help Menu/Online Tutorial/Guide• Hyphen• Journal Browsing• Lateral Searching• ………………………………………………
  • 14. Online Database Retrieval System• Mapping• Nested Queries• Persistent Links• Punctuation Marks• Query by Example• Reference Link• Searching for Common Phrases• SMART Links• Sort Order• Special Characters• Spell Check• Stop Word• Subject Authority• Suggest Subject Headings• Table of Content• Times Cited
  • 15. Online Database Retrieval System• Truncation• Use of thesaurus or permuted index forsearching
  • 16. DataRetrievalTechniquesACS AIP APS ARBWPCUPEmeraldElsevierIOPJSTOROUPProjectMuseRSCT&FWileyBasic 4 1 5 5 5 6 4 6 6 2 3 2 2 4 4Advance 9 7 7 5 5 7 10 10 8 8 5 9 7 6 5Unique 14 16 18 12 15 14 24 24 19 20 13 22 12 12 12Points onthe BasisofPercentRank27 24 30 22 25 27 40 40 23 30 22 33 21 22 21Ranking of Online Databases on the Basis ofData Retrieval Techniques
  • 17. Online Database Retrieval System• These databases are from the following venders/publishers: American Chemical Society (ACS)American Institute of Physics (AIP)AnnualReviews (AR), Blackwell Publishing (BWP),Cambridge University Press(CUP), Institute ofPhysics(IOP), Institute of Studies in IndustrialDevelopment (ISID), J-Gate Customs ContentConsortia (JCCC), JSTOR, Oxford University Press(OUP), Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Societyfor Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM),Springerlink (SL), and Taylor & Francis (T&F).
  • 18. 051015202530ACSAIPAPSARBPCUPEmeraldElsevierIOPJstorOUPPMRSCT&FWIBasicAdvanceUniqueRanking of Online Databases on the Basis of DataRetrieval Techniques

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