Design for digital repositories: Conceptualizing new communicative paradigms to filter and visualize scientific contents

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Publicado 12-07-2016
Bruno Miguel Azevedo Monteiro Rubén Tortosa Cuesta

Resumen

Este artículo propone un nuevo paradigma comunicativo aplicado a repositorios científicos académicos. La publicación de artículos y consulta como revistas, libros y otros documentos, son una parte integral del proceso de investigación. La búsqueda de la información en repositorios académicos, a menudo resulta ser ineficiente debido a la amplia gama de resultados obtenidos. En este sentido, se realiza un estudio breve en torno a los principales proyectos de referencia, que a pesar de estar basados en un análisis de citas de artículos fijados en el factor de impacto, presentan como característica principal la visualización de patrones entorno a una amplia estructura de citaciones y relaciones entre las distintas áreas. A partir del modus operandi de estas interfaces de visualización, el artículo plantea una nueva orientación fundada en la experiencia del usuario en lugar del habitual enfoque centrado en "objeto" de la citación.

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Monteiro, B. M. A., & Tortosa Cuesta, R. (2016). Design for digital repositories: Conceptualizing new communicative paradigms to filter and visualize scientific contents. AusArt, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.1387/ausart.16714
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Keywords

DILUVIO DE INFORMACIÓN, DISEÑO DE COMUNICACIÓN, ESTRUCTURAS JERÁRQUICAS E RELACIONALES, TAXONOMÍAS SOCIALES, VISUALIZACIÓN DE INFORMACIÓN

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