Intelligent Information Retrieval: The Case of Astronomy and Related Space Sciences: The Case of Astronomy and Related Space Sciences

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 1, 1993 - Computers - 214 pages
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Intelligent information Retrieval comprehensively surveys scientific information retrieval, which is characterized by growing convergence of information expressed in varying complementary forms of data - textual, numerical, image, and graphics; by the fundamental transformation which the scientific library is currently being subjected to; and by computer networking which as become an essential element of the research fabric. Intelligent Information Retrieval addresses enabling technologies, so-called wide area network resource discovery tools', and the state of the art in astronomy and other sciences. This work is essential reading for astronomers, scientists in related disciplines, and all those involved in information storage and retrieval.

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Heck began developing and teaching Maple courses at the University of Nijmegen in 1987. She is actively involved in the research and development aimed at the integrated computer learning environment Coach for mathematics and science education at the secondary school level.

Fionn Murtagh directs Ireland's Science Foundation funding programs in Information and Communications Technologies and Energy. He holds a Ph.D. from the Universit Paris 6 and a habilitation from Universit de Strasbourg. Murtagh held professorial chairs at the University of Ulster, Queen's University Belfast, and now at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is a Fellow of the International Association for Pattern Recognition, a Fellow of the British Computer Society, and an elected Member of the Royal Irish Academy.

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