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Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval, 3rd Edition (1999)

by G. G. Chowdhurry

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Very helpful for basic database design. ( )
  JackDayHova | Dec 30, 2016 |
green cover, 3rd edition
  Elyseblarg | Jan 25, 2013 |
The book has lengthy chapters that can be somewhat difficult to understand without reviewing course lectures or reading the chapters carefully.
  Adair123 | Aug 4, 2012 |
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. ( )
  Xandy | Jul 12, 2010 |
i think the book is very suitable for students who can known the process of information retrieval
  emptyjia | Jan 30, 2010 |
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The term information retrieval was coined in 1952 and gained popularity in the research community from 1961 onwards.
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An information retrieval (IR) system is designed to analyse, process and store sources of information and retrieve those that match a particular user's requirements. This book covers topics in information storage and retrieval, including: users of IR and IR options; database technology; bibliographic formats; and, abstracts and indexing.… (more)

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