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Abstract

The present study is a literature review, based on the comparative study between controlled vocabularies and social tags from various perspectives. Critical comments of experts on similarities, co-relationship, uses, trends between controlled vocabularies and social tags have found their manifestation in this literature review. Through this study an effort has been made to portray the overall picture of previous research regarding this topic.

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