Friday, June 27, 2008 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Information Access in Technical and Scientific Literature: Search and You May Possibly Find The phenomenal success of web search engines such as Google is built on massive data redundancy, in guiding users from simplistic queries to relevant information sources. For domains such as technical and scientific literature, however, this redundancy is severely limited, due to editorial controls on originality of content.
The University of Melbourne's Timothy Baldwin discusses going beyond simple keyword searches to better access complex relevant information. (Paperhouse)