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A Study on Development of SKOS-based Metadata Elements for Managing Keywords in the National Science and Technology Standard Classification System

  • Journal of the Korean Biblia Society for Library and Information Science
  • 2021, 32(4), pp.67-88
  • DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2021.32.4.067
  • Publisher : Journal Of The Korean Biblia Society For Library And Information Science
  • Research Area : Interdisciplinary Studies > Library and Information Science
  • Received : November 21, 2021
  • Accepted : December 2, 2021
  • Published : December 30, 2021

Song Min Sun 1 Park Jin Ho 2

1대림대학교
2한성대학교

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ABSTRACT

The National Science and Technology Standard Classification System is established and operated for the purpose of efficiently managing science and technology related information, manpower, and R&D projects. The revision cycle for the classification system is five years, and 2022 is the first year of the next revision procedures. The main purpose of the next revision is to turn the third level categories into the keywords in the current classification system. It is to solve the problems about not reflecting the latest terms, and the difficulty in linking with the relevant other classifications caused by the rigid structure of the current classification system. In this study, the method was proposed by changing the existing classification system into the term management system as to improve the quality and usability of keywords related with the current third level categories. For this method, SKOS, the international standard terminology management system, and ISO/IEC 11179 standards were offered as basic models. In addition, the related metadata standards used in overseas scientific and technological glossaries were investigated, and compared with the current National Science and Technology Standard Classification System. And then essential metadata elements from the terminology management as point of view was derived. As a result, 11 standard metadata elements that can be immediately modified and applied in the current system were recommended, and five elements that can be applied after the revision of the classification system were offered.

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