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Department of Information Studies: Research Notes : 2002-2 (2002)
reportModern large retrieval environments tend to overwhelm their users by their large output. Since all documents are not of equal relevance to their users, highly relevant documents should be identified and ranked first for ...
Department of Information Studies: Research Notes : 2001-1 (2001)
reportWe develop a deductive data model for concept-based query expansion. It is based on three abstraction levels: the conceptual, linguistic and string levels. Concepts and relationships among them are represented at the ...
Informetrics through Advanced Data Management. Complex Object Restructuring, Data Aggregation and Transitive Computation
Department of Information Studies: Research Notes : 1999-1 (1999)
reportThis article considers how informetric calculations can easily and declaratively be specified through advanced data management techniques. In particular, bibliographic data and its modeling as complex objects (non-first ...
Department of Information Studies: Research Notes : 1998-1 (Tampereen yliopisto, 1998)
reportTraditionally, information retrieval in music has been based on surrogates of music, i.e., bibliographic descriptions of music documents. This does not provide access to the essence of music, whether it is defined as the ...
Department of Information Studies: Research Notes : 2003-2 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2003)
reportTutkimuksen tavoitteena on tarkastella organisaation muistin käsitteen sisältöä ja määritelmiä eri tieteenaloilla. Organisaation muistilla voidaan ajatella tarkoitettavan organisaation informaatioresursseja, tietoa, ...
Department of Information Studies: Research Notes : 2002-1 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2002)
reportInformation retrieval experiments usually measure the average effectiveness of IR methods developed. The analysis of individual queries is neglected although test results may contain individual test topics where general ...
Department of Information Studies: Research Notes : 2005-1 (Tampereen yliopisto, 2005)
reportMultilingual IR may be performed in two environments: there may exist a separate index for each target language, or all the languages may be indexed in a merged index. In the first case, retrieval must be performed separately ...