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[en] Malaysia has long ago joined the International Nuclear Information System (INIS) since it was first introduced by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in the early 1960s. Malaysia started joining the INIS in 1979 and the first input was sent in 1984. The bibliometric study was a study using statistics and mathematics in evaluating the publication status of research subjects. Bibliometrics studies on nuclear publications in this country are conducted on the International Nuclear Information System (INIS) as the scope of the study only involves the publication of nuclear-related and related technologies in the country. The main objective of this study is to report publications from the beginning of Malaysia's involvement to the INIS until 2018, taking into account the volume of publications, languages used, and publishing countries and so on. (author)
[en] The International Nuclear Information System (INIS) manages, preserves and provides open access to the worldwide scientific and technical information on the peaceful use of nuclear science and technology. INIS, supported by the efforts of the Member States, relies on development and state-of-the-art maintenance of the systems for knowledge organisation (KOS) designed in the form of classification scheme – taxonomy, and thesaurus, both incorporated into the INIS Repository.
[en] The International Nuclear Information System (INIS) manages preserves and provides open access to the worldwide scientific and technical information on the peaceful use of nuclear science and technology. INIS, supported by the efforts of the Member States, relies on development and state-of-the-art maintenance of the systems for knowledge organisation (KOS) designed in the form of classification scheme – taxonomy, and thesaurus, both incorporated into the INIS Repository. In this paper correlation between INIS taxonomy and Energy Indicators for Sustainable Development is presented. INIS taxonomy and EISD as Knowledge Organisation Systems (KOS) are built on different principles, but both have in common knowledge management (KM) initiatives in collecting organizational knowledge and by recognizing and understanding relationships and patterns convert it into usable information tool enabling knowledge to be reused on valuable way. EISD reflect the expertise and joint endeavour of international partnership of five Organisations, led by the IAEA. INIS taxonomy is created in close collaboration between two information systems INIS at IAEA and ETDE (Energy Technology Data Exchange) strongly supported by Member States. The final goal of both products is based on Member State energy potential needs in achieving sustainable development goals (SDG). The domain of this research stays within the energy issues related to climate change and further promotion of energy sustainability. (author)
[en] The bibliographic base INIS - International Nuclear Information System, developed by the International Atomic Energy Agency, has as its only representative in Brazil the Nuclear Information Center of the National Nuclear Energy Commission. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the degree of utilization of the INIS database, by the students of the postgraduate courses in the nuclear area, offered by the National Nuclear Energy Commission. The consumer-centered approach was adopted and, as an evaluation tool, a questionnaire. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, tables and graphs, followed by their interpretation. The results showed that the degree of INIS usage by the students is low, and the lack of knowledge of the system, as a source for the search of the technical-scientific literature in the nuclear area, is one of the main reasons for its low or no utilization. The low utilization and knowledge of the INIS indicated the need to review the process of disclosure of the INIS in the National Nuclear Energy Commission postgraduate courses. (author)