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Design and Users’ Evaluation of a Topic Maps-Based Korean Folk Music Retrieval System

Book Chapter, was published by Sam Oh and Ok nam Park at 2007-09-04

This paper outlines the performance of a Topic Maps-Based Korean Folk Music Retrieval System.

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The purpose of the study is to compare the performance between a Topic Maps-Based Korean Folk Music (Pansori) Retrieval System (TMPRS) and a representative Current Pansori Retrieval System (CPRS). The study is an experimental effort using representative general users. Participants are asked to carry out several predefined tasks and their own queries. The study measures objective and subjective performance of the two systems. The methods of data analysis are described and suggestions for improving current retrieval systems using Topic Maps are presented.

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Sam Oh

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Ok nam Park

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