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Taxonomy, Metadata, & Search: A Different View (Semantic Web)

Taxonomy, Metadata, & Search: A Different View (Semantic Web)

Tom Johnson has written an article sharing Seth Earley’s insights regarding taxonomy, metadata, and search. At a recent workshop, “Seth outlined a three-prong approach to information management: (1) Develop a taxonomy. (2) Apply the taxonomy to your content. (3) Leverage the taxonomy to view your content in different ways.” According to Johnson, “Taxonomy is one of those vague words whose meaning seems a bit slippery, but Seth was adamant that taxonomy is not navigation, though it affects navigation. By taxonomy, we’re referring to ‘a system for organizing concepts and categorizing content.’ A taxonomy is your metadata, ‘arranged in a tree-like structure, with top level categories that branch out to reveal subcategories and terms in varying levels of depth.’ The taxonomy ‘expresses hierarchical relationships (parent/child)’.” continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

Publicado en semanticweb.com el: 7/24/2012 3:00:35 PM

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