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Richard P. Smiraglia is Senior Fellow and Executive Director of the Institute for Knowledge Organization and Structure, Inc., in Lake Oswego, Oregon (https://knoworg.org ). He is Professor Emeritus from the iSchool at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a current Visiting Fellow and formerly KNAW Visiting Professor for 2016-2017 at DANS – Data Archives and Networked Services (a Division of the Royal Netherlands Academy of the Arts and Sciences). He has also been on the faculties of the Palmer School of Library and Information Science at Long Island University (1992-2009), the School of Library Service at Columbia University (1986-1992) and was Music Catalog Librarian at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1974-1986). His work explores ontology extraction and evolution of knowledge in domains, classification interaction, classification-based knowledge maps, the cultural role of authorship, the representation of knowledge in knowledge organization systems and the phenomenon of instantiation among information objects. He has collaborated with the Knowledge Space Lab (Amsterdam) on knowledge maps and ontogeny of UDC and is currently working with Rick Szostak on comparisons between UDC and Basic Concepts Classification on interdisciplinarity. As part of his programme at DANS he helped shepherd the creation of a Knowledge Organization System Observatory, and has analyzed the Dutch national research classification NARCIS. He was the 2018 recipient of the Frederick G. Kilgour Award for Research in Library and Information Technology (LITA/OCLC)

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