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The General Information Management GIM system defined in this paper is designed to 1 be information independent 2 be logically data independent it is therefore question type independent 3 honor requests for information in small and bounded search times 4 provide a security system that is...
This article reviews some of the more unconventional text retrieval systems, emphasising those which have been commercialised. These sophisticated systems improve on conventional retrieval by using either innovative software or hardware to increase retrieval speed or functionality, precision or...
In the course of my travels and discussions throughout the United States and Europe, it has become quite apparent that there is great interest in Russian business and scitech data. The Russian Federation, other former republics and the countries of Central Europe are seen as a large potential...
This is the first in a continuing series of articles summarizing and commenting on new database products in science, technology and medicine STM. Companion articles covering 1 business and law and 2 social sciences, humanities, general, multidisciplinary and news will appear in the next two...
but it is hoped that the arrows fired in Target 2000 will fall somewhere near the target for this new column the turn of the century, the year 2000. Contributors are invited to focus on a specific topic that falls within the current scope of the journal and speculate on the concerns, changes or...
In our first Forum, where information, producers users and distributors internationally discuss a topical issue, Richard Poynder approaches key figures in the industry to solicit views on site licensing.
Technology Update is a new feature in Online and CDROM Review, freshly researched for each issue by editorial staff at Learned Information. Its aim is to keep our readers right up to date with trends in searchrelated hardware and software on the international market. In this first feature, we...
The Sixteenth International Online Information Meeting was held in London on 810 December 1992. Here, Online & CDROM Review offers the first of two sets of abstracts of selected papers.
As Chief Reporter on the monthly newspaper Information World Review, the writer keeps a constant watch on developments in electronic and optical information services. In every issue of the newlook Online & CDROM Review he will give his personal summary of recent events of interest.
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