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Information Filtering and Retrieval : An Overview

@inproceedings{ORiordan2007InformationFA,
  title={Information Filtering and Retrieval : An Overview},
  author={Colm O'Riordan and Humphrey Sorensen},
  year={2007}
}
The areas of information retrieval(IR) and information filtering(IF)have become very active research domains. The problems created by the large increase of available online information, of which the vast majority is largely unstructured, have accentuated the need for effective mechanisms to separate the relevant information from the irrelevant. This paper reviews the main approaches and systems used in IR and in the newer field of IF. The paper also includes an overview of systems which utilise… 

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