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  • ...d [[web design]] that aim to enhance [[creativity]], communication, secure information sharing, collaboration and web functionality. Web 2.0 concepts have led to ... 2001, users began to generate and share information to affect the flow of information.
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  • ...nsures consistency in a catalog or databes and increases the efficiency of information retrieval by solving the problems of [[homograph]]s, [[synonym]]s and [[pol ...t, and Management of Monolingual Controlled Vocabulary,'' NISO ([[National Information Standards Organization]] (U.S.) explains the purposes of vocabulary control
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  • The Internet connects [[information]] resources and provides various services, such as [[e-mail|electronic mail ...d the [[Information Processing Technology Office]] (IPTO) to further the research of the [[Semi Automatic Ground Environment]] (SAGE) program, which had netw
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  • ...tabases ([[deep web]]), library holdings, and general web sources with one search query. Library communities are also increasingly looking into [[open source ... of materials held by a [[library]] or group of libraries. Users typically search a [[library catalog]] to locate books, videos, and audio recordings owned o
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  • ...these are typically available only by subscription (which most astronomy research facilities have). ...ays or weeks can now be carried out in seconds via the sophisticated ADS [[search engine]]. Studies have found that the benefit to astronomy of the ADS is eq
    25 KB (3,829 words) - 15:03, 22 April 2016
  • ...[realia]]) according to their subject and allocating a call number to that information resource. Similar to classification systems used in biology, bibliographic Library classification forms part of the field of [[library and information science]]. It goes hand in hand with library (descriptive) cataloging under
    25 KB (3,668 words) - 18:54, 5 July 2018
  • ...750 million per year, including the replacement of aging satellites, and research and development. Despite this fact, GPS is free for civilian use as a [[pub ...tellite, since the signal travels at a known speed. The signals also carry information about the satellites' location. By determining the position of, and distanc
    55 KB (8,183 words) - 16:19, 23 June 2017
  • | products = [[Worldcat]], NetLibrary, FirstSearch, [[Dewey Decimal Classification]], [[VDX (library software)|VDX]], WebJunct ...ublic purpose of furthering access to the world's information and reducing information costs."<ref name=ocla>[http://oclc.org/us/en/about/default.htm About OCLC],
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  • ...m Berners-Lee]], working at the [[CERN|European Organization for Nuclear Research]] (CERN) in [[Geneva]], [[Switzerland]], and released in 1992. Berners-Lee ...], or DNS. This IP address is necessary to contact and send data [[Packet (information technology)|packets]] to the [[Web server]].
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  • ...s to avoid the problems current copyright laws create for the sharing of [[information]]. ...ed work be distributed in a form which is "transparent," that is, not in a proprietary and/or confidential format.
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  • ===Authority, power, and proprietary ownership of knowledge=== ...ositories for various legal and historical documents, including classified information, minutes of business meetings, and financial records.
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  • industry = Computer software<br/>Publishing<br/>Research and development<br/>Computer hardware<br/>Video games<br/>| services = Azure, [[Bing (search engine)|Bing]], LinkedIn, MSDN, Office 365, OneDrive, Outlook.com, TechNet,
    51 KB (7,006 words) - 22:10, 16 October 2018
  • ...ised by [[Eugene Garfield]], the founder of the [[Institute for Scientific Information]], now part of [[Thomson Corporation|Thomson]], a large worldwide U.S.-base ...d and evaluated, including: Evaluation of the productivity of scientific research groups and projects by administrators and funding sources; evaluation of Un
    28 KB (3,988 words) - 00:39, 26 February 2018
  • ... an individual to others. Secrecy refers to the protection of personalized information from being freely distributed. ...e to the loss of [[secrecy]], [[anonymity]], and [[solitude]]. Credit card information, social security numbers, phone numbers, mothers' maiden names, addresses a
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  • ...nual average number of tornadoes"> [http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/img/climate/research/tornado/small/avgt5304.gif NOAA National Climatic Data Center]. Retrieved N The [[proprietary colony]] of [[Province of Carolina|Carolina]] was first settled at [[Charle
    64 KB (9,226 words) - 15:03, 13 October 2015
  • ...ips is currently exploring how to extract oil from new sources, as well as searching for alternative and sustainable sources of energy. ...g at the giant Burbank and Tonkawa fields. Marland established the first research division in the oil industry, which developed seismography techniques and n
    24 KB (3,338 words) - 16:11, 20 March 2017
  • ...r be permitted to fire the employee? How far can the employer go to obtain information about potential employee misconduct, such as theft from the employer, or ta ...s for private purposes, engaging in [[insider trading]], giving or selling proprietary data to competitors, or engaging in the taking or giving of [[bribe]]s or [
    55 KB (8,465 words) - 16:09, 22 December 2016
  • ...kinds of publications that are accepted as contributions of knowledge or research vary greatly between fields, as do review and publication processes. ...cation; publications on the internet allow for easier access from home and search engines help a user find articles faster. Since the early 1990s, licensing
    19 KB (2,777 words) - 15:13, 20 April 2018
  • ...CR]]s) and [[Camcorder|video camera]]s. Tape is a linear method of storing information, and since nearly all video recordings made nowadays are [[digital]], it is ...ears, it had drawbacks such as an inability to freeze pictures, no picture search, and in early machines, a tape could only reliably be played back using the
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