by University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Computing Laboratory in Newcastle on Tyne .
Written in English
Microfiche. Boston Spa, Wetherby, West Yorkshire : British Library Lending Division, 1972. 2 microfiches : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||by E.D. Barraclough with A.S. Barber and W.A. Gray.|
|Series||OSTI rep. ;, 5128, University of Newcastle upon Tyne Computing Laboratory Technical report series ;, no. 34|
|Contributions||Barber, A. S., Gray, W. A.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2502, no. 5128 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||117 p. in various pagings|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||84196870|
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DENNIS, S.F., 'The design and testing of a fully automatic indexing-search system for documents consisting of expository text', In: Information Retrieval: A Critical Review (Edited by G. Schecter), Thompson Book Co., Washington D.C., (). DISISS, . The essential aim of drug information is to encourage the appropriate use and to discourage the inappropriate use of drugs. In operation since , MEDLINE (MEDLARS on-line) is the sophisticated outgrowth of the MEDLARS (Medical literature Analysis and Retrieval System) searching system that operated in a batch mode so effectively from to Author: Constantine J. Gillespie. the retrieval experiments with standards specially constructed for the purpose. I believe that a book on experimental information retrieval, covering the design and evaluation of retrieval systems from a point of view which is independent of any particular system, will be a great help to other workers in the field and indeed is long Size: KB. The book by Lancaster and Fayen contains details of many operational on-line systems. Barraclough has written an interesting survey article about on-line searching. Discussions on search strategies are usually found embedded in more general papers on information retrieval. There are, however, a few specialist references worth mentioning.
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