The use of logic in information retrieval modelling

  title={The use of logic in information retrieval modelling},
  author={Mounia Lalmas and Peter Bruza},
  journal={Knowledge Eng. Review},
Information retrieval is the science concerned with the efficient and effective storage of information for the later retrieval and use by interested parties. During the last forty years, a plethora of information retrieval models and their variations have emerged. Logic-based models were launched to provide a rich and uniform representation of information and its semantics with the aim to improve information retrieval effectiveness. This approach was first advanced in 1986 by Van Rijsbergen… CONTINUE READING
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