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I believe that the concept of a metric (or a dissimilarity measure) defined on a set of records is one of the most fundamental concepts related to information retrieval, although historically, the first science to introduce this concept as a basic one was, perhaps, numerical taxonomy. In the...
The first part of this paper reports a comparative study of the document classifications produced by the use of the single linkage, complete linkage, group average, and Ward clustering methods. Studies of cluster membership and of the effectiveness of cluster searches support previous findings...
Examined in this article is the hypothesis that it is now technologically and economically feasible to move the content of documents electronically among nodes of a library network rather than the documents themselves or photocopies thereof. Comparisons are made on the basis of...
Information and Misinformation: An Investigation of the Notions of Information, Misinformation, Informing, and Misinforming. Fox, Christopher John. Westport Conn.: Greenwood Press; 1983: 223 pp.
In the past, several mathematical models for document retrieval systems have been developed C82, S83, S83a, T76, WO84. These models are used to formally represent the basic characteristics, functional components, and the retrieval processes of document retrieval systems. Two basic categories of...
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