Some thoughts on intelligence in information retrieval

@inproceedings{SharmaSomeTO,
  title={Some thoughts on intelligence in information retrieval},
  author={Ravi S. Sharma}
}
Information retrieval is the process of selectively disseminating relevant information stored among a variety of information objects. A useful method of storing these objects adopts the notion of clustering, where similar objects are placed into homogeneous groups with the expectation that objects within the same group are similar and likely to be relevant to the same queries. The search process during retrieval is thus expedited. Most currently used techniques in information retrieval systems… 
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