Con colpevole ritardo, ho notato sul progetto Romeo di Sherpa che la politica di Springer Verlag verso l’open access e il self archiving è piuttosto poco restrittiva permettendo l’archiviazione sia di preprint sia di postprint.
Ho colmato questo ritardo inserendo su E-LIS Navigating through archives, libraries and museums: Topic Maps as a harmonizing instrument, il mio capitolo del libro Charting the Topic Maps Research and Applications Landscape: First International Workshop on Topic Map Research and Applications, TMRA 2005, Leipzig (Germany) October 6-7, 2005, Revised Selected Papers, atti di convegno del convegno di Lipsia TMRA ’05.
The paper deals with the possibility of creating a topic map based system where different sectors of cultural heritage would interact with users, by monitoring the navigation histories of users and the statistics on the searches, in order to authorize variant form of names. The problem of managing different sectors and harmonizing them both from a structural and a semantic view point, by using Topic Maps, is also discussed. With regards to this, we are introducing two projects, which are largely based on the above mention use of Topic Maps.