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Mathematics Subject Classification and related schemes in the OAI framework Antonella De Robbio, Dario Maguolo Mathematics Library – University Library System University of Padova – ITALY Electronic Information and Communication in Mathematics Beijing, August 29-31, 2002

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mathematics subject classification and related schemes in the oai framework

Mathematics Subject Classificationand related schemes in the OAI framework

Antonella De Robbio,

Dario Maguolo

Mathematics Library – University Library SystemUniversity of Padova – ITALY

Electronic Information and Communication in Mathematics

Beijing, August 29-31, 2002

A satellite conference to the ICM 2002,

International Congress of Mathematicians

Alberto MariniInstitute for Applied Mathematics

and Information Technology –

National Research Council

(CNR-IMATI), Milano - ITALY

contents
Contents

Subject classification

  • Discipline-oriented schemesin mathematics and related disciplines
  • The structure of classification schemes
  • From structure to browsing
  • The Scientific Classifications Page

The OAI framework

  • Searching through personal homepages and small archives
  • E-print communication:tools and networking architectures
  • The Open Archives Initiative (OAI)
  • OAI compatible refereed self-archives: the EPrints software
subject classification schemes in mathematics
Subject classification schemes in mathematics
  • MSC – Mathematics Subject Classificationfor the bibliographic databases
    • MathSci, edited by the American Mathematical Society
    • Zentralblatt MATH, edited by the European Mathematical Society, the Fachinformationszentrum (FIZ) Karlsruhe, Germany and other Editorial Units all over Europe
  • ZDM – Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik Classification Schemefor the bibliographic database
    • MathDI, edited by the European Mathematical Society, FIZ Karlsruhe, and Zentrum für Didaktik der Mathematik at Karlsruhe University, in cooperation with Math Doc Cell (France)
subject classification schemes in computing and physics
Subject classification schemes in computing and physics
  • CCS – Computing Classification Systemdeveloped by the Association for Computing Machinery
  • PACS

Physics and Astronomy Classification Schemedeveloped by the American Institute of Physics

  • INSPEC Classification
    • Section A: Physics & Astronomy
    • Section B: Electrical & Electronic Engineering
    • Section C: Computer & Control
    • Section D: Information Technology
the common structure of subject classification schemes
The common structure ofsubject classification schemes
  • Categories: Codes and Descriptions
  • Main ordering relation: mono- or multihierarchical
  • Cross-references
  • Versions
c lassification schemes from structure to browsing
Classification schemes:from structure to browsing
  • Browsing for search or data entryin metadata repositories
  • Organizing knowledgein lexical databases, dictionaries, encyclopedias, surveys,digital libraries
the scientific classification page http www math unipd it biblio math eng htm
The Scientific Classification Pagehttp://www.math.unipd.it/~biblio/math/eng.htm

Sections:

  • The Mathematics Classification Page
  • Mathematics Subject Classification MSC andDewey Decimal Classification DDC
  • Relating Scientific Subject Classifications

Display modes:

  • Simple frame
  • Double view
  • KWIC lists of descriptions
the mathematics classification page
The Mathematics Classification Page

MSC 2000in:

  • simple frame presentation
    • English text
    • Italian translation
    • interleaved English and Italian texts
    • with marks of changes from MSC 1991
    • with links to subject specific pagesof relevant Websites
  • double view presentation
    • English text
relating scientific subject classifications
RelatingScientific Subject Classifications

linked categoriesin double view presentation of:

  • ACM CCS (1998) andMSC 2000

separate KWIC lists of descriptions of:

  • MSC 2000
  • PACS 2001
  • ACM CCS (1998) – English text– English text with appended Italian text

a combined KWIC list of descriptions of:

  • MSC 2000 and PACS 2001
  • MSC 2000 andACM CCS (1998)
towards the oai framework
Towards the OAI framework
  • The need of quick researchcommunication vs.the slow formal processof journal submission
  • Dissemination methods:from paper documentsto the Internet
searching through personal homepages and small archives
Searching through personal homepagesand small archives
  • The fragmented worldof ftp sites and web pages
  • Citeseer-Researchindex:one solution...
e print communication tools and networking strategies
E-print communication:tools and networking strategies
  • small specialized archives
  • arXiv: a potentially catch-all archive
  • single or networked institutional archives(NCSTRL, ERCIM Technical Reference Digital Library)
  • distributed networks connected by some interoperability protocol (RePEc, ReLIS)
  • umbrella servers (MPRESS)
  • servers connected to groups of journals
  • servers sponsored by commercial publishers
the open archives initiative
The Open Archives Initiative

Fundamental concepts and tools:

  • Data providers
  • Service providers
    • Search facilities for end users
    • Reference linking
  • Metadata harvesting
    • The OAI Protocol for Metadata Harvesting
oai compatible refereed self archives the eprints software
OAI compatible refereed self-archives:the EPrints software

EPrints

developed at the University of Southampton (UK).

  • Functions
    • Searching in the archive
    • Browsing the archive
    • User registration
    • Depositing an e-print
    • Processing a submission
    • Exporting metadata for OAI-compliant harvesting
conclusions
Conclusions

The OAI framework can be integrated by

archives and service providers

with enriched browsing functionalities

Hypertextual displays of a full network of

bridges among specific subject areas can

guide advanced communication activities

inside mathematics and between the

disciplines that live and develop with

mathematics