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A szemantikus web hatása a könyvtárak információfeldolgozására
The Impact of the Semantic Web on the Information Processing of Libraries

Author(s): Tünde Lengyelné Molnár
Subject(s): Electronic information storage and retrieval
Published by: Korunk Baráti Társaság
Keywords: semantic web; Web 3.0; information retrieval; LRM; Library Reference Model; RDF; search systems; semantic search

Summary/Abstract: The Fourth Industrial Revolution radically impacted communication forms. While psychologists switched their focus to the impact of our presence in online communities from that on long hours of television watching, technological developments reached the next level. Accordingly, artificial intelligence has penetrated everyday life, including the communication process, as chatbots provide services in webstores and avatars process our requests on the search pages of libraries. Thus not only is communication placed on an online basis, but one party in the communication chain has become either a robot or an algorithm. Where are we now at in this process? How can we describe the Web 3.0 phenomenon? What is the difference between the semantic web and the Web 3.0? Can we trust the authenticity of the data obtained? How are society’s information-gathering habits changing? Have libraries, expected to increase the reliability of information, started to implement semantic data storage?

  • Issue Year: 2021
  • Issue No: 02
  • Page Range: 85-92
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Hungarian