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== VÝZNAM PRO INFORMAČNÍ VĚDU ==
 
== VÝZNAM PRO INFORMAČNÍ VĚDU ==
  
Ray R. Larson se specializuje na oblast designu a hodnocení vyhledávání informací v systémech a digitálních knihovnách. Taktéž se zabývá hodnocením interakce uživatelů s těmito systémy . Pracuje jako programátor/analytik pro UC Division of Library Automation (DLA), kde se podílel na designu, rozvoji a hodnocení výkonu systému MELVYL  (online katalog pro univerzitu v Kalifornii).
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Ray R. Larson se specializuje na oblast designu a hodnocení vyhledávání informací v systémech a digitálních knihovnách. Taktéž se zabývá hodnocením interakce uživatelů s těmito systémy .<br/> Pracuje jako programátor/analytik pro UC Division of Library Automation (DLA), kde se podílel na designu, rozvoji a hodnocení výkonu systému MELVYL  (online katalog pro univerzitu v Kalifornii).<br/>
Vydává publikace, které se zabývají oblastí hodnocení informačních systému a vyhledávání informací.  
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Vydává publikace, které se zabývají oblastí hodnocení informačních systému a vyhledávání informací.
 
 
  
 
== AKTIVITY, PROJEKTY A VÝZKUMY ==
 
== AKTIVITY, PROJEKTY A VÝZKUMY ==

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Ray.jpg Ray R. Larson (datum narození) je profesorem, který v současné době působí na Schools of Information na univerzitě v Kalifornii. Zabývá se navrhováním a hodnocením informačních systémů.



Vzdělání B.A., English and Comparative Literature California State University, Fullerton, 1976

M.S.L.S., Library Science, California State University, Fullerton, 1976
Certificate: Library Automation and Information Science, UC Berkeley, 1979
Ph.D., Library and Information Studies, UC Berkeley, 1986

Pracoviště 207B South Hall
Kontakt (510) 642-6046
Email ray@ischool.berkeley.edu
Twitter @rayrlarson


ŽIVOT

Něco o rodině:
Vzdělání:

1976: B.A., English and Comparative Literature, California State University, Fullerton
1976: M.S.L.S., Library Science, California State University, Fullerton
1979: Certificate: Library Automation and Information Science, UC Berkeley
1986: Ph.D., Library and Information Studies, UC Berkeley



PRÁCE:

Ray R. Larson je profesorem na School of Information na univerzitě v Kalifornii.
Je aktivním členem ASIS (American Society for Information Science), kde byl v předchozích letech členem představenstva, fungoval na pozici bývalého předsedy ASIS a poradce pro ASIS Bay Area Student Chapter.
V roce 2002 byl zvolen jako patron American Association for the Advancement of Science (Americká asociace pro rozvoj vědy).

VÝZNAM PRO INFORMAČNÍ VĚDU

Ray R. Larson se specializuje na oblast designu a hodnocení vyhledávání informací v systémech a digitálních knihovnách. Taktéž se zabývá hodnocením interakce uživatelů s těmito systémy .
Pracuje jako programátor/analytik pro UC Division of Library Automation (DLA), kde se podílel na designu, rozvoji a hodnocení výkonu systému MELVYL (online katalog pro univerzitu v Kalifornii).
Vydává publikace, které se zabývají oblastí hodnocení informačních systému a vyhledávání informací.

AKTIVITY, PROJEKTY A VÝZKUMY

Profesor Larson se jako vědecký pracovník zabýval projektem Sequoia 2000 . Zde se podílel na designu, hodnocení a informačním systému na podporu infomačních potřeb vědců studujících globální změny. Zabýval se výzkumem zaměřený na vyhledávání a získávání informací a na digitální knihovny, včetně toho, jak využít strukturu a obsah XML a jejich aplikaci na digitální knihovny. Taktéž pracoval na hledání efektivního způsobu vyhledávání geografických informací ve vícejazyčném prostředí. Pracoval projektu UC Berkeley Digital Library, což byl jeden z projektů digitálních knihoven, které byly sponzorované NSF, NASA a ARPA. Zde pracoval na informačním systému, který poskytoval informace ze životního prostředí. Působil jako vedoucí výzkumný pracovník projektu Cheshire , díky kterému byla rozvinuta další generace online katalogů a full textových vyhledávacích systémů. Poslední práce na Cheshire systému byla podporována Mezinárodní digitální knihovnou grantem od NSF (National Science Foundation). Projekty působily pod názvem: "Cross-Domain Resource Discovery: Integrated Discovery and Use of Textual, Numeric and Spatial Data". Taktéž se zabýval projekty sponzorovanými DARPA, jako byly: Search Support for Unfamiliar Metadata Vocabularies a Translingual Information Management Using Domain Ontologies. Taktéž se zabýval projektem podporovaným IMLS (Institute of Museum and Library Services) s názvem Seamless Searching Between Numeric and Text Resources. Ve volném čase pracuje na projektech zabývající se bibliometrií a automatických klasifikačních metodách. Úspěchy, ocenění?


PUBLIKACE

Seznam publikací převzat z oficiální stránky Ray. R. Larsona .

Články:

  • Ray R. Larson "Design and Development of a Network-Based Electronic Library." In: Andersen, Deborah Lines; Galvin, Thomas J.; Giguere, Mark D. (Eds.) Navigating the Networks: Proceedings of the ASIS Midyear Meeting, Portland, Oregon May 21-25, 1994 (pp. 95-114). Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc., 1994. Online Preprint
  • Ray R. Larson, Ralph Moon, Jerome McDonough, Lucy Kuntz and Paul O'Leary. Cheshire II: Design and Evaluation of a Next-Generation Online Catalog System" IN: ASIS '95: Proceedings of the 58th ASIS Annual Meeting. Medford, NJ: Information Today, 1995. (p. 215-225). Online Preprint
  • Ray R. Larson, Christian Plaunt, Allison Gyle Woodruff and Marti A. Hearst. "The Sequoia 2000 Electronic Repository." Digital Technical Journal. 7(3), p. 50-65. Online Preprint.
  • Ray R. Larson. "Search Capabilities for Users of Digital Libraries: Tools and Paradigms" discussion paper from UCLA/NSF Digital Library workshop.
  • Ray R. Larson, "Geographic Information Retrieval and Spatial Browsing" IN: GIS and Libraries: Patrons, Maps and Spatial Information, edited by Linda Smith and Myke Gluck, Urbana-Champaign : University of Illinois, 1996. (p. 81-124). Online Preprint.
  • Ray R. Larson, "Bibliometrics of the World Wide Web: An Exploratory Analysis of the Intellectual Structure of Cyberspace." To appear in the Proceedings of the 1996 Annual ASIS Meeting, Baltimore. Online Preprint.

Disertační práce: Workload Characteristics and Computer System Utilization in Online Library Catalogs. (Ph.D. dissertation) University of California at Berkeley, March 1986. University Microfilms No. DA8624828.

Spoluautorství:

  • "Monitoring and Evaluating MELVYL." (with Vicki Graham) Information Technology and Libraries. Volume 2, Number 1 (March 1983) pp. 93-104.
  • "Transaction Logs: Gathering Information about MELVYL." DLA Bulletin. Volume 4, Number 2 (October 1984) pp. 17-18.
  • "The Evolution of Information System Technologies: Trends and Prospects". Proceedings of the 1988 FID Conference, Helsinki, Finland. Also published in: Koskiala, S. and Launo, R., (Eds.) Information, Knowledge, Evolution. New York: North-Holland, 1989.
  • "Hypertext and Information Retrieval: Towards the Next Generation of Information Systems". In: Borgman, C. L. and Pai, E. Y. H. (Eds.) Information and Technology: Proceedings of the 51st ASIS Annual Meeting, Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc., 1988.
  • Yunhua Shi and Ray R. Larson. "Facilitating Chinese Character Entry and Information Retrieval Through Regular Expression Searching." Library and Information Science Research, vol. 11, 1989, pp. 335-355.
  • "An Automatic Method of Enhancing Topical Searching for Online Catalogs based on Classification Clustering." In The Annual Review of OCLC Research, July 1988 - June 1989. Dublin, Ohio: OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc., 1989.
  • "Managing Information Overload in Online Catalog Subject Searching". In: Katzer, J. and Newby, G. B. (Eds.) Managing Information and Technology: Proceedings of the 52nd ASIS Annual Meeting, Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc., 1989.
  • Yunhua Shi and Ray R. Larson "Chinese Online - Problems and Solutions." Information Technology and Libraries, v. 9 no. 2 (June 1990).
  • "CD-ROM Search Software: From Menus to Hypertext." In: Duggan, M. K. (Ed.) CD-ROM in the Library: Today and Tomorrow, New York: G.K. Hall, 1990.

"The Decline of Subject Searching: Long-Term Trends and Patterns of Index Use in an Online Catalog." Journal of the American Society for Information Science. vol. 42 no. 3, 1991, pp. 197-215.

  • "Classification Clustering, Probabilistic Information Retrieval and the Online Catalog." Library Quarterly, vol. 61, no. 2 (April), 1991, pp. 133-173.
  • "Between Scylla and Charybdis: Subject Searching in Online Catalogs." Advances in Librarianship, vol. 15, 1991, pp. 175-236.
  • "Rapid Prototyping and Code Generation for Direct Manipulation Interfaces". In: Martin Dillon, Ed. Interfaces for Information Retrieval and Online Systems. New York: Greenwood Press, 1991.
  • "Evaluation of Advanced Retrieval Techniques in an Experimental Online Catalog." Journal of the American Society for Information Science, v. 43 no. 1 (January 1992), pp. 34-53
  • "Experiments in Automatic Library of Congress Classification." Journal of the American Society for Information Science, v. 43 no. 2 (March 1992), pp. 130-148
  • Jolly Chen, Ray Larson, and Michael Stonebraker. "The Sequoia 2000 Object Browser." in Digest of papers, Compcon spring 1992 : San Francisco, California, February 24-28, 1992. Los Alamitos, Calif.: IEEE Computer Society Press, 1992.
  • Ray R. Larson "Design and Development of a Network-Based Electronic Library." In: Andersen, Deborah Lines; Galvin, Thomas J.; Giguere, Mark D. (Eds.) Navigating the Networks: Proceedings of the ASIS Midyear Meeting, Portland, Oregon May 21-25, 1994 (pp. 95-114). Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc., 1994.
  • Ray R. Larson, Ralph Moon, Jerome McDonough, Lucy Kuntz & Paul O'Leary. "Cheshire II: Design and Evaluation of a Next-Generation Online Catalog System" IN: ASIS '95: Proceedings of the 58th ASIS Annual Meeting. Medford, NJ: Information Today, 1995. (p. 215-225).
  • Ray R. Larson, Christian Plaunt, Allison Gyle Woodruff, Marti A. Hearst. "The Sequoia 2000 Electronic Repository." Digital Technical Journal. 7(3), p. 50-65.
  • Ray R. Larson, "Geographic Information Retrieval and Spatial Browsing" IN: GIS and Libraries: Patrons, Maps and Spatial Information, edited by Linda Smith and Myke Gluck, Urbana-Champaign : University of Illinois, 1996. (p. 81-124)
  • Ray R. Larson, Jerome McDonough, Lucy Kuntz, Paul O'Leary, and Ralph Moon, "Cheshire II: Designing a Next-Generation Online Catalog." Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 47(7) (July 1996), p. 555-567 .
  • Ray R. Larson, "Bibliometrics of the World Wide Web: An Exploratory Analysis of the Intellectual Structure of Cyberspace." To appear in the Proceedings of the 1996 Annual ASIS Meeting, Baltimore

Zprávy:

  • Evaluating Public Access On-Line Catalogs: Phase I Development and Testing of Data Collection and Analysis Tools. Final Report to the Council on Library Resources. Berkeley, CA: Division of Library Automation. Office of the Assistant Vice President: Library Plans and Policies. University of California, July 1981.
  • Users Look at Online Catalogs: Part 2: Interacting with Online Catalogs. Final Report to the Council on Library Resources. Berkeley, CA: Division of Library Automation and Library Studies and Research Division. Office of the Assistant Vice President: Library Plans and Policies. University of California, April 29, 1983.
  • University of California, Division of Library Automation and Library Research and Analysis Group. Users Look at Online Catalogs: Results of a National Survey of Users and Non-Users of Online Public Access Catalogs. Final Report to the Council on Library Resources. Berkeley, CA: Office of the Asst. Vice President -- Library Plans and Policies, University of California Systemwide Administration, November 16, 1982. (Contributor)
  • University of California, Division of Library Automation and Library Research and Analysis Group. University of California Users Look at MELVYL: Results of a Survey of Users of the University of California Prototype Online Catalog. Final Report to the Council on Library Resources. Berkeley, CA: Office of the Asst. Vice President -- Library Plans and Policies, University of California Systemwide Administration, March 31, 1983. (Contributor)
  • "An Automatic Method of Enhancing Topical Searching for Online Catalogs Based on Classification Clustering." In The Annual Review of OCLC Research, July 1988 - June 1989. Dublin, Ohio: OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc., 1989.
  • Stonebraker, M. and Dozier, J. "Large Capacity Object Servers to Support Global Change Research." (Contributor). Sequoia 2000 Technical Report 91/1 July 1991. Berkeley: Sequoia 2000 Project, 1991.
  • Chen, J., Larson, R. and Stonebraker, M. "The Sequoia 2000 Object Browser," Sequoia 2000 Technical Report 91/4 December 1991. Berkeley: Sequoia 2000 Project, 1991
  • Larson, Ray R. "Design and Development of a Network-Based Electronic Library." Sequoia 2000 Technical Report s2k-94-54, July 1994. Berkeley: Sequoia 2000 Project, 1994.

Konference a přednášky

  • "Computer Literacy for Librarians." Microcomputers and Law Library Administration Applications Conference. Oct. 1985, San Francisco.
  • "The Evolving Microcomputer, An Introduction." San Francisco Bay Region Special Libraries Association Workshop. Jan. 1987, San Francisco.
  • "Transaction Monitor Design and Evaluation Methods." American Library Association MidWinter Meeting. Jan. 1987, Chicago.
  • "User Reactions to CD-ROM Database Searching." American Society for Information Science Mid-Year Meeting. May 1987, Kings Island, Ohio.
  • "The Evolution of Information System Technologies: Trends and Prospects". Presented at the 1988 FID (International Federation for Information and Documentation) Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
  • "The Decline of Subject Searching in Online Public Access Catalogs: Causes and Remedies". Presented at the 1988 ALA Annual Meeting, New Orleans. (Later, revised version submitted for publication)
  • "Hypertext and Information Retrieval: Towards the Next Generation of Information Systems". American Society for Information Science 51st Annual Meeting (1988), Atlanta.
  • "Rapid Prototyping and Code Generation for Direct Manipulation Interfaces". Presented at the 1989 American Society for Information Science Mid-Year Meeting, San Diego.
  • "CD-ROM Search Software: From Menus to Hypertext." Presented at CD-ROM in the Library: Today and Tomorrow, a workshop sponsored by University of California Extension and the School of Library and Information Studies. August 1989, Berkeley.
  • "Managing information overload in online catalog subject searching." Presented at the 1989 American Society for Information Science 52st Annual Meeting.
  • "Interface 2000: New Technologies for User Interaction" (session organizer and chair) panel session presented at the American Society for Information Science 1990 Annual Meeting, Toronto, Nov 7, 1990.
  • "Virtual Reality" (session organizer and chair) panel session presented at the American Society for Information Science 1991 Mid-Year Meeting, San Jose, Apr 27, 1991.
  • "Interaction with Multimedia Systems" (session organizer and chair) panel session presented at the American Society for Information Science 1991 Mid-Year Meeting, San Jose, Apr 27, 1991.
  • "Training the User vs. Training the System." presented at panel session presented at the American Society for Information Science 1991 Mid-Year Meeting, San Jose, Apr 28, 1991.
  • "Subject Retrieval for OPACS." Presented at the User Interfaces for Online Public Access Catalogs research workshop, Library of Congress, November 1, 1991.
  • "Sequoia 2000: Computer and Information Sciences Applied to Global Change Research." Presented at the American Society for Information Science 1992 Mid-Year Meeting, Albuquerque, May 29, 1992.
  • "Subject Synergy: Combining Topical Indicators in an Online Environment" Presented at the Rethinking Subject Access Workshop (sponsored by the California Library Association), Berkeley, July 31, 1992.
  • "Enriched Records and Smart Systems: Expanded Subject Access in an Online Environment" Presented at the Subject Access in an Online Environment Workshop (Sponsored by the Northern California Technical Processes Group), Fremont, CA, April 30, 1993.
  • "Image Storage, Retrieval, Manipulation and Visualization in the Sequoia 2000 Project." Presented at the American Society for Information Science Mid-Year Meeting, Knoxville, Tenn., May 1993.
  • "User Interfaces for Online Public Access Catalog Systems: A Research Workshop." (Chair and organizer) Held in conjunction with the ACM/SIGIR Annual Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval. Pittsburgh, PA, July 1, 1993.
  • "Design and Development of a Network-Based Electronic Library." (Plenary Session). Presented at the American Society for Information Science Mid-Year Meeting, Portland, Oregon, May 24, 1994.
  • "Geographic Data and Access in Sequoia 2000." Presented at the American Society for Information Science Mid-Year Meeting, Portland, Oregon, May 24, 1994.
  • "Intelligent Information Retrieval Using Controlled Vocabulary in MARC Records." Presented at the LITA/ALCTS Authority Control Interest Group at the American Library Association Annual Meeting) Miami, Florida, June 26, 1994.
  • "DBMS-IR Integration in POSTGRES." Presented at the ACM/SIGIR Annual International Conference on Research on Information Retrieval. Dublin, Ireland, July 4, 1994.
  • "Cheshire II" Presented at User Interfaces for Online Public Access Systems: A Research Workshop (III). Held at the Library of Congress, Oct. 21, 1994.
  • "Geographic Information Retrieval and Spatial Browsing." Presented at the GIS and Libraries: 32nd Annual Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing conference. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 13, 1995.
  • "Cheshire II" presented at the American Library Association Meeting, "Beyond Boolean: Advanced Interfaces to Information Databases" session sponsored by the LITA, Artificial Intelligence / Expert Systems Interest Group and the LITA, Human / Machine Interface Interest Group. Chicago, June 27, 1995.
  • "Cheshire II: Demonstration of a Next-Generation Online Catalog System" Presented at the ACM/SIGIR Annual International Conference on Information Retrieval. Seattle, July 10, 1995.
  • "Automatic Classification" (session chair) Presented at the ACM/SIGIR Annual International Conference on Information Retrieval. Seattle, July 13, 1995.
  • Clifford Lynch, Ray R. Larson (Chairs). "Z39.50 and the IR Research Community: A Research Workshop." Presented at the ACM/SIGIR Annual International Conference on Information Retrieval. Seattle, July 13, 1995.
  • "The UC Berkeley Environmental Digital Library." Presented at the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 9, 1995.
  • "Cheshire II: The Next-Generation Online Catalog" (Advanced Information Retrieval Systems: System Design and Significance of Interfaces Session). Presented at the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 10, 1995.
  • "Cheshire II: The Next-Generation Online Catalog" (Systems for Information Exploration and Retrieval: Demonstration of Research Prototypes Session). Presented at the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 10, 1995.
  • "Distance Education for Information Science." (Chair) Presented at the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 12, 1995.
  • "Cheshire II: Design and Evaluation of a Next-Generation Online Catalog System." (Contributed papers: System Design Session) Presented at the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 12, 1995.
  • "Information Access in the Global Electronic Library" Presented at Electronic Library: Administrative Issues for Organization & Access, Sponsored by Association for Library Collections and Technical Services, Boston, April 26-27, 1996.
  • "Bibliometrics of the World Wide Web: An Exploratory Analysis of the Intellectual Structure of Cyberspace." To be presented at the 1996 Annual ASIS Meeting, Baltimore, Oct. 19-24, 1996.
  • "Electronic Texts on the Internet" To be presented at the 1996 Annual ASIS Meeting, Baltimore, Oct. 19-24, 1996.
  • "Planning Curricula for the Information Professionals of the 21st Century" To be presented at the 1996 Annual ASIS Meeting, Baltimore, Oct. 19-24, 1996.


Recenze:

  • Review of Hypertext Hands-On By Ben Shneiderman and Greg Kearsley. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 41(8) December 1990, p.612.
  • Review of Mirror Worlds, or, The day software puts the universe in a shoebox ... How it will happen, and what it will mean, By David Gelernter. College and Research Libraries, 53(4) July 1992.
  • Review of Using Subject Headings for Online Retrieval: Theory, Practice, and Potential., by K. M. Drabenstott, and D. Vizine-Goetz. Information processing and management, 31(3), 1994, pp. 450-451.
  • Review of ARCView 2.0d for Windows. The Geographic Information System for Everyone, Library Quarterly, 66(3) July 1996. pp. 313-315.



POUŽITÉ ZDROJE:

Melvyl. University of California: California Digital Library [online]. [cit. 2016-04-17]. Dostupné z: http://www.cdlib.org/services/d2d/melvyl/ Ray Larson. Berkley: School of Information [online]. [cit. 2016-04-17]. Dostupné z: http://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/people/faculty/raylarson Research Project. Ray R. Larson [online]. [cit. 2016-04-17]. Dostupné z: http://people.ischool.berkeley.edu/~ray/projects.html Publications. Ray R. Larson [online]. [cit. 2016-04-17]. Dostupné z: http://people.ischool.berkeley.edu/~ray/papers.html http://people.ischool.berkeley.edu/~ray/rrl_newer.jpg