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The article briefly presents and discusses 12 different approaches to the evaluation of information sources (for example a Wikipedia entry or a journal article): (1) the checklist approach; (2) classical peer review; (3) modified peer review; (4) evaluation based on examining the coverage of...
Recommendation systems manage information overload in order to present personalized content to users based on their interests. One of the most efficient recommendation approaches is collaborative filtering, through which recommendation is based on previously rated data. Collaborative filtering...
Dataspace systems have been proposed recently as an alternative to the traditional data integration approach. They offer reduced setup time and costs by allowing cooperation among the data sources based on the knowledge gained gradually through user interaction. A dataspace is a collection of...
This paper explores the possibility of using data from social bookmarking services to measure the use of information by academic researchers. Social bookmarking data can be used to augment participative methods (e.g. interviews and surveys) and other, non-participative methods (e.g. citation...
In the past two decades, the use of digital libraries (DLs) has grown significantly. Accordingly, questions about the utility, usability and cost of DLs have started to arise, and greater attention is being paid to the quality evaluation of this type of information system. Since DLs are destined...
A vector space model (VSM) composed of selected important features is a common way to represent documents, including patent documents. Patent documents have some special characteristics that make it difficult to apply traditional feature selection methods directly: (a) it is difficult to find...
Search engines are important outlets for information query and retrieval. They have to deal with the continual increase of information available on the web, and provide users with convenient access to such huge amounts of information. Furthermore, with this huge amount of information, a more...
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