Begreb:  kontrolleret ordliste

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"There are a number of factors that may contribute to the determination of the optimal combination of the use of natural and controlled language in a search strategy. These include:

 (1) the searching environment, including: subject area; database scope and coverage; online, OPAC or CD-ROM system, and interface design;
 (2) the searcher, including subject knowledge and searching expertise;
 (3) retrieval facilities and strategies available;
 (4) the nature of the search, including: precision requirements; recall requirements; nature of search statement (e.g. one or several words), and type of search (e.g. subject, date, author)." (Rowley 1994, 117)

Eksempler på typer af kontrollerede vokabularer er kontrollerede emneordslister, autoritetsfiler og tesauruser. Principielt udgør et klassifikationssystem også et kontrolleret vokabular.

I danMARC2 skelnes ikke alene mellem kontrollerede og kontrollerede emneord. Det kan også markeres i hvilken sammenhæng et emneord er kontrolleret.

Se felt 630 delfelterne:

 a kontrolleret emneord (sumdelfelt)
 b andre bibliotekers kontrollerede emneord (sumdelfelt)
 f kontrolleret faglitterært emneord
 g andre bibliotekers kontrollerede faglitterære emneord
 s kontrolleret skønlitterært emneord
 t andre bibliotekers kontrollerede skønlitterære emneord
 u lokal underdeling
 2 betegnelse for emneordssystem


Kontrollerede emneord inddateret af DBC eller efter DBC´s indekseringsvejledninger findes i felt 666 med følgende delfelter:

 f kontrolleret faglitterært emneord
 t titel som emneord (faglitteratur)
 e stednavn som emneord (faglitteratur)
 s kontrolleret skønlitterært emneord
 r titel som emneord (skønlitteratur)
 q stednavn som emneord (skønlitteratur)
 m musikalsk genre som emneord
 n musikalsk besætning som emneord
 p periodebetegnelse (musik)
 l stednavn (musikkens oprindelsesland)
 i tidsangivelse
 o formbetegnelse
 u niveau/brugerkategori
 0 verifikationskode for emneord tildelt materialet af DBC



 Indeksering af faglitteratur. Version 3. Ballerup : Dansk BiblioteksCenter, 2010. - Kun udkommet elektronisk. Hentet 2010-12-06 fra: [Kræver abonnement]
 Indeksering af musik. Ballerup : Dansk BiblioteksCenter, 1998. Hentet 2011-03-14 fra:
 Indeksering af skønlitteratur. Ballerup : Dansk BiblioteksCenter, 1998. Hentet 2011-03-14 fra:


 Grauballe & Strunck (2010).
 Gross, Tina & Taylor, Arlene G. (2005). What Have We Got to Lose? The Effect of Controlled Vocabulary on Keyword Searching Results. College & Research Libraries, 66(3), 212-230. DOI:10.5860/crl.66.3.212. ABSTRACT: Using controlled vocabulary in the creation and searching of library catalogs has evoked a great deal of debate because it is expensive to provide. Leading to this study were suggestions that because most users seem to search by keyword, subject headings could be removed from catalog records to save space and cost. This study asked, what proportion of records retrieved by a keyword search has a keyword only in a subject heading field and thus would not be retrieved if there were no subject headings? It was found that more than one-third of records retrieved by successful keyword searches would be lost if subject headings were not present, and many individual cases exist in which 80, 90, and even 100 percent of the retrieved records would not be retrieved in the absence of subject headings. 
 Gross, Tina; Taylor, Arlene G. & Joudrey, Daniel N. (2015) Still a Lot to Lose: The Role of Controlled Vocabulary in Keyword Searching, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 53:1, 1-39, DOI: 10.1080/01639374.2014.917447
 Harping, Patricia (2010). Introduction to controlled vocabularies. Terminology for art, architecture, and other cultural works. Los Angelses, Calif. : Getty Trust Publications.
 Rowley, Jennifer. (1994). The controlled versus natural indexing languages debate revisited: A perspective on information retrieval practice and research. Journal of Information Science, 20(2), 108-119.
 Svenonius, Elaine (2003). Design of Controlled Vocabularies. Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science. New York: Marcel Dekker. DOI: 10.1081/E-ELIS 120009038

Publiceret 1991, revideret 2011