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  • INIS Training Seminar 23-27 November 2009

    IndexingChristine Krieger-LevineContent Management GroupINIS Unit, INIS&NKM Section, IAEARules-Examples-RecommendationsWhat is the impact for the user?

    INIS Training Seminar

  • IndexingObjective and Purpose

    The objective of indexing is to identify the content of an item by representing its concepts

    The purpose of indexing is to assist in the retrieval of this item

    Indexing simplifies the search process and facilitates the users finding of relevant information

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  • Indexing RulesCompleteness-index all important conceptsSpecificity-index on the most specific levelCorrectness-check the usage of the selected descriptor

    Avoid underindexing and overindexing!Avoid indexing on several hierarchical levels for one and the same concept

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  • Completenessindex all important concepts of a document by assigning 5 to 20 descriptors A document with less than 3 descriptors cannot enter the data base!

    Underindexing will result in incomplete search results!Overindexing will result in non-relevant search results!

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  • 001^KR0401709008^S37/01/J/AS009^A100^Park, Chan Il; Cha, Ki Won (Inha Univ., Incheon (Korea, Republic of)); Chung, ByungDoo; Jung, Duck Chae (Inchon Univ., Inchon (Korea, Republic of))200^Spectrophotometric determination of iron with 2-hydroxybenzaldehyde-5nitropyridylhydrazone after separation with amberlite XAD-7 nonionic resin500^p. 522-526600^(English)009^S229^Journal of the Korean Chemical Society320^ISSN 1017-2548403^(Oct 1999)500^v. 43(5)610^15 refs, 5 figs, 1 tab009^9800^ORGANIC ION EXCHANGERS; METHANOL; RESINS; REAGENTS009^X/EN860^2-Hydroxybenzaldehyde-5-nitro-pyridylhydrazone (2HB-5NPH) was synthesized and itsapplication to the spectrophotometric determination of iron was studied. Thereagent reacts with iron in the pH range 6.0#approx#7.5 to form a yellow colored1:2 chelate which is very stable in methanol solution. Beer's law is obeyed in theconcentration range 0.05#approx#2.0 #mu#gmL"-"1 iron and separation procedure usinga short column filled with Amberlite XAD-7 nonionic chelating resin is proposed forthe spectrophotometric determination of traces of iron. The influence of severalions as interference was discussed. The separation of Fe(III) ion from the mixturesolution were carried out with the buffer solution (pH 5.0) and 0.25M HCl aseluents.

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  • 001^KR0401709008^S37/01/J/AS009^A100^Park, Chan Il; Cha, Ki Won (Inha Univ., Incheon (Korea, Republic of)); Chung, ByungDoo; Jung, Duck Chae (Inchon Univ., Inchon (Korea, Republic of))200^Spectrophotometric determination of iron with 2-hydroxybenzaldehyde-5nitropyridylhydrazone after separation with amberlite XAD-7 nonionic resin500^p. 522-526600^(English)009^S229^Journal of the Korean Chemical Society320^ISSN 1017-2548403^(Oct 1999)500^v. 43(5)610^15 refs, 5 figs, 1 tab009^9800^ORGANIC ION EXCHANGERS; METHANOL; RESINS; REAGENTS; HYDRAZONES; SPECTROPHOTOMETRY; IRON IONS; LIQUID COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY; TRACE AMOUNTS009^X/EN860^2-Hydroxybenzaldehyde-5-nitro-pyridylhydrazone (2HB-5NPH) was synthesized and itsapplication to the spectrophotometric determination of iron was studied. Thereagent reacts with iron in the pH range 6.0#approx#7.5 to form a yellow colored1:2 chelate which is very stable in methanol solution. Beer's law is obeyed in theconcentration range 0.05#approx#2.0 #mu#gmL"-"1 iron and separation procedure usinga short column filled with Amberlite XAD-7 nonionic chelating resin is proposed forthe spectrophotometric determination of traces of iron. The influence of severalions as interference was discussed. The separation of Fe(III) ion from the mixturesolution were carried out with the buffer solution (pH 5.0) and 0.25M HCl aseluents.

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  • SpecificitySpecificity-index on the most specific level Assign NTs instead of BTs Info: all BTs of an indexer assigned descriptor will be added automatically during production (upposting)

    Avoid indexing on several hierarchical levels for one and the same conceptAvoid indexing BTs; will result in incomplete or inaccurate search results

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  • Select the most specific descriptor: NT

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  • Index on the most specific level!(e.g.: MIXED NITRIDE FUELS)MIXED NITRIDE FUELSUranium nitride mixed with plutonium nitride or other nitrides. Index other nitrides if important.BT1nuclear fuelsBT2fuelsRTceramicsRTplutonium nitridesRTuranium nitrides

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  • CorrectnessCorrectness-check the usage of the selected descriptorConsult the thesaurus and check the wordblock (scope note, BTs) of the selected descriptor to make sure that it is the appropriate one

    Incorrect descriptors result in wrong search results!

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  • northern slope NORTHERN TERRITORYBT1australiaRTjabiluka depositRTkoongarra depositRTnabarlek depositRTranger depositRTsouth alligator deposit

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  • deposit URANIUM DEPOSITSBT1geologic depositsBT1mineral resourcesNT1blizzard depositNT1erzgebirge depositNT1jabiluka depositNT1koongarra depositNT1nabarlek depositNT1ranger depositNT1ranstad depositNT1roxby downs depositetc.DEPOSITSRTantifoulantsRTcoatingsRTdepositionRTfouling

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  • proliferation PROLIFERATIONUFnon-proliferationUFnonproliferationUFnuclear weapons proliferationSFterrorismRTdenatured fuelRTfuel cycleRTnon-proliferation policyRTnon-proliferation treatyRTnuclear deterrenceRTnuclear materials possessionRTnuclear weapons dismantlementRTsafeguardsCELL PROLIFERATIONUFproliferation (cell)RTcell divisionRTcloningRTconcanavalin aRTgrowth factorsRTin vivoRTphytohemagglutininRTreplicons

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  • nuclei NUCLEINT1antinucleiNT1cosmic nucleiNT1deformed nucleiNT1even-even nucleiNT1even-odd nucleiNT1heavy nucleiNT1hot nucleiNT1hypernucleiNT1intermediate mass nucleiNT1isobaric nucleiNT1isomeric nucleiNT1isotonic nucleiNT1light nucleiNT1magic nucleiNT1mirror nucleiNT1odd-even nucleiNT1odd-odd nucleiNT1oriented nucleiCELL NUCLEIUFnuclei (cells)BT1cell constituentsNT1nucleoliRTchromatinRTchromosomesRThuman chromosomesRTnucleic acidsRTsubcellular distribution

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  • transformation TRANSFORMATIONSUFtranslation (mathematics)NT1baecklund transformationNT1canonical transformationsNT1galilei transformationsNT1integral transformationsNT1lorentz transformationsNT1melosh transformationNT1orthogonal transformationsNT1topological mappingCELL TRANSFORMATIONSNT1oncogenic transformationsRTviral diseases

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  • plasma PLASMANT1ambiplasmaNT1cold plasmaNT1collisional plasmaNT1collisionless plasmaNT1equilibrium plasmaNT1fissioning plasmaNT1high-beta plasmaNT1homogeneous plasmaNT1hot plasmaNT1inhomogeneous plasmaNT1laser-produced plasmaetc.BLOOD PLASMAUFplasma (blood)BT1bloodNT1blood serumRTbiological indicatorsRTblood chemistryRTblood-plasma clearanceRTblood substitutesRTchylomicronsRTcomplementRTproteins

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  • regulations REGULATIONSSFlegal incentivesBT1lawsNT1building codesNT1contamination regulationsNT1international regulationsNT1licensing regulationsNT1packaging rulesNT1pollution regulationsNT1pricing regulationsNT1safeguard regulationsNT1transport regulationsGENE REGULATIONThe complex series of biochemical events serving to control the expression of a gene or gene family.UFgene activatorsNT1enzyme inductionRTbiosynthesisRTchromosomesRTcodonsRTexonsRTgene operonsRTgene repressorsRTgenesRTgenetic engineeringRThuman chromosomes

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  • growth GROWTHUFcell growth (animal)UFcell growth (plant)UFgrowth inhibitionUFgrowth stimulationNT1animal growthNT1plant growthRTage dependenceRTaugmentationRTbiological regenerationRTlife cycleRTmetabolismetc.CRYSTAL GROWTHUFgrowth (crystal)RTbridgman methodRTcast methodRTcleavageRTcrystal growth methodsRTcrystallizationRTcrystalsRTczochralski methodRTdendritic web growth methodRTefg methodRTepitaxyetc.

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  • Recommendation

    check the descriptors wordblock to decide if the descriptor is the correct and most specific one to represent a certain concept and if there are others to complete indexingScope Note and BTs: CorrectnessNTs: Specificity Related terms: Completeness Consult the thesaurus!

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  • Thank you for your attention!

    c.krieger@iaea.org Questions?Comments?

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