Modern information retrieval
ACM Press, 1999 - Computers - 513 pages
An information-retrieval text written from a computer-science perspective rather than a user-centered perspective. The first nine chapters address issues including modeling, retrieval evaluation, query languages and options, text and multimedia languages, text operations, and indexing and searching. Six remaining chapters, written by contributing researchers, address special current issues such as parallel and distributed IR and digital libraries.
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