Introduction to modern information retrieval

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introduction to modern information retrieval

Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval by Gerard Salton

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Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval (2nd edition)

The recently revised third edition of this highly regarded text blends traditional theories, techniques and tools with coverage of cutting-edge advancements and sophisticated new technologies in information retrieval IR. Unique in its scope, author G. Illustrated with many examples and extensively referenced, this is an indispensable tool for professionals and LIS students eager to broaden their skill sets and keep up with the latest developments in information storage and retrieval. Read the Table of Contents and Chapter 1 of this book now! Skip to search.

Second edition G. With this book, G. It is a second edition, reflecting five years of technological r evolution in the field of information retrieval IR since its predecessor. Chowdhury incorporates this in a broad scope, focusing on issues related both to traditional information management tools and techniques as well as the latest IR techniques, and to computer-centred as well as user-centred views on IR. This encompasses no less than pages, grouped into 23 chapters, each with separate bibliographies, topped off with eight pages of general index.

G Chowdhury. Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval. When I saw the title of this book, I thought it would be interesting to revisit some of the concepts and issues that I have not really considered since library school. Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval tries to do that, as it states in the preface:. The primary audience I have in mind comprises students of library and information science programmes, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels…[T]his book is expected to meet the requirements of students undertaking courses in information retrieval, information organization, information use, digital libraries, and so on. Chapters 1—22 have an introduction, which gives a brief overview of what will be covered, and a discussion at the end of the chapter.

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The book has lengthy chapters that can be somewhat difficult to understand without reviewing course lectures or reading the chapters carefully. This book is useful for classes in information retrieval. It tends to be technical in its information which could be a problem if you do not understand technical language so well. Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval. Gobinda G.


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