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Information Access through Search Engines and Digital Libraries

By Maristella Agosti

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  • ISBN13: 978-3-5407-5133-5
  • 214 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: October 27, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
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The Information Management Systems group at the University of Padua, led by Maristella Agosti, has been a major contributor to information retrieval (IR) and digital libraries for nearly twenty years. This group has gained an excellent reputation in the IR community and has produced some of the best-known IR researchers, whose work spans a broad range of topics. The papers in this book deal with e.g. automated text categorizations, web link analysis algorithms, retrieval in multimedia digital libraries, and multilingual information retrieval. The presentation of original research results built on the past work of the group which at the same time summarizes past findings and opens up new directions and new areas of possible future research and cooperation will appeal to researchers and developers in institutions and companies working on search engines and information retrieval algorithms.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Information Access using the Guide of User Requirements (M. Agosti)
  2. From Linking Text to Linking Crimes (F. Crestani)
  3. Modeling Retrieval and Navigation in Context (M. Melucci)
  4. Two Algorithms for Probabilistic Stemming (M. Melucci, N. Orio)
  5. Automated Text Categorization (G.M. Di Nunzio)
  6. Analysis of Web Link Analysis Algorithms (L. Pretto)
  7. Digital Annotations (N. Ferro)
  8. Music Indexing and Retrieval for Multimedia Digital Libraries (N. Orio)
  9. A Statistical and Graphical Methodology for Comparing Bilingual and Monolingual Cross
  10. Language Information Retrieval (F.Crivellari, G.M. Di Nunzio, N. Ferro)
  11. Index.

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