From Publishing to Knowledge Networks

From Publishing to Knowledge Networks

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Todaya€™s publishing infrastructure is rapidly changing. As electronic journals, digital libraries, collaboratories, logic servers, and other knowledge infrastructures emerge on the internet, the key aspects of this transformation need to be identified. Here, the author details the implications that this transformation is having on the creation, dissemination and organization of academic knowledge. The author shows that many established publishing principles need to be given up in order to facilitate this transformation. The text provides valuable insights for knowledge managers, designers of internet-based knowledge infrastructures, and professionals in the publishing industry. Researchers will find the scenarios and implications for research processes stimulating and thought-provoking.... can be removed from the object model. Among the remaining entities, issue and volume will be reviewed below in the context of the printing, distribution and copyediting processes. The journal entity persists: access rights, review procedures and physical storage are usually handled on this level. Small changes are required for the author, review and read relationships which were moved from printed documents to the article entity. The resulting class diagram is shown in Figure 4.


Title:From Publishing to Knowledge Networks
Author: Alexander Hars
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2003-06-24
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