Text Information Retrieval Systems
"The book covers the nature of information, how it is organized for use by a computer, how search functions are carried out, and some of the theory underlying these functions. As well, it discusses the interaction between user and system and how retrieved items, users, and complete systems are evaluated. A limited knowledge of mathematics and of computing is assumed."--BOOK JACKET.
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A dense text for sure, but it is information packed. This particular text was a much greater help to me in LIBR202 (Information Retrieval) than any of the other assigned texts.
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For those willing to put in the hard work to get it right.
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