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AN EVALUATION OF RETRIEVAL EFFECTIVENESS FOR A FULL-TEXT DOCulwvT-l?ETl?lEviiL SYSTEM

@inproceedings{Blair1985ANEO,
  title={AN EVALUATION OF RETRIEVAL EFFECTIVENESS FOR A FULL-TEXT DOCulwvT-l?ETl?lEviiL SYSTEM},
  author={D. C. Blair and M. Maron},
  year={1985}
}
  • D. C. Blair, M. Maron
  • Published 1985
  • Computer Science
  • Document retrieval is the problem of finding stored documents that contain useful information. There exist a set of documents on a range of topics, written by different authors, at different times, and at varying levels of depth, detail, clarity, and precision, and a set of individuals who, at different times and for different reasons, search for recorded information that may be contained in some of the documents in this set. In each instance in which an individual seeks information, he or she… CONTINUE READING

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