This compilation of original papers on information retrieval presents an overview, covering both general theory and specific methods, of the development and current status of information retrieval systems. Each chapter contains several papers carefully chosen to represent substantive research work that has been carried out in that area, each is preceded by an introductory overview and followed by supported references for further reading.Thus the underlying premise of the objection is misguided; the purpose of a retrieval system is (or at least should be) to retrieve documents that are useful, not merely relevant. Objection 4. But the naive methodology does not even measureanbsp;...
|Title||:||Readings in Information Retrieval|
|Author||:||Karen Sparck Jones, Peter Willett|
|Publisher||:||Morgan Kaufmann - 1997|