Indexing concepts and/or named entities
- Language Philosophy,
- Personal Names,
- Semantic Indexing
How to Cite
Buizza, P. (2011). Indexing concepts and/or named entities. JLIS.It, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.4403/jlis.it-4707
AbstractStarting from a semantic rather than form a morphological point of view, the essay examines the problem of the meaning of proper names, with contributions coming from the philosophy of language and the semantic linguistics. Individual entities are explored: the way they are isolated in the thread of subjects, the illustrative relation, and the classification treatment. The deep differences between concepts and called entities suggest to declare them specifically in a theoretical way, and to adopt devices that lead to uniform but noticeable results in information retrieval systems.
This article has been discussed as "Indexing concepts and/or named entities" to the 11th ISKO Conference, Paradigms and conceptual systems in knowledge organization, Rome, 23-26 February 2010, here extended since it is not published in the conference proceedings.
Metrics Loading ...