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This special issue of Electronic Networking Research, Applications and Policy focuses on the issues of networked information retrieval and on specific tools for successfully retrieving networked information. These topics are discussed widely on electronic lists on a daily basis. Networked...
The need for effective directories of networked information resources becomes more critical as these resourcesonline library catalogs, file archives, online journal article repositories, and information serversproliferate, and as demand grows for intelligent tools to navigate and use such...
The X.500 Directory Service is one of the most important tools ever produced for network users. It is the enabling mechanism for a revolution in communications among people worldwide. Initiating the service, however, can be fraught with problemsnot the technical challenges of creating a globally...
Recent growth of the Internet has greatly increased the amount of information that is accessible and the number of resources that are available to users. To exploit this growth, it must be possible for users to find the information and resources they need. Existing techniques for organizing...
The community of computers commonly referred to as the Internet contains vast amounts of information useful to librarians, scholars, networkers, businesspeople, professionals, and the general public. This information comprises online publicaccess catalogs, fulltext databases, campuswide...
New resources and services are being added to the network daily. The number of prospective users of these resources is expanding rapidly, but problems arise when individuals attempt to identify, locate, and access networked information in today's dynamic environment. This paper describes Archie,...
The WorldWide Web W3 initiative is a practical project designed to bring a global information universe into existence using available technology. This article describes the aims, data model, and protocols needed to implement the web and compares them with various contemporary systems.
In this paper we present a corporate information system for untrained users to search gigabytes of unformatted data using quasinatural language and relevance feedback queries. The data can reside on distributed servers anywhere on a wide area network, giving the users access to personal,...
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