Information Retrieval: A Survey
by Ed Greengrass
Publisher: University of Maryland 2000
Number of pages: 224
This report is a tutorial and survey of the state of the art, both research and commercial, in the dynamic field of Information Retrieval. The topics covered include: formulation of structured and unstructured queries and topic statements, indexing of document collections, methods for computing the similarity of queries and documents, classification and routing of documents in an incoming stream to users on the basis of topic or need statements, etc.
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by W.B. Croft, D. Metzler, T. Strohman - Pearson Education
This book provides an overview of the important issues in information retrieval, and how those issues affect the design and implementation of search engines. The target audience is advanced undergraduates or graduate students in computer science.
by Dariush Alimohammadi, Mary K. Bolin - Zea E-Books
This book is about Information Retrieval, particularly Classical Information Retrieval. It looks at these topics through their mathematical roots. This book can be helpful for LIS students who are studying IR but have no knowledge of mathematics.
by C. J. van Rijsbergen - Butterworth-Heinemann
The material of this book is aimed at advanced undergraduate information or computer science students, postgraduate library science students, and research workers in the field of IR. There is a new chapter on probabilistic retrieval.
by Manning, Raghavan, Schütze - Cambridge University Press
This textbook teaches web-era information retrieval, including web search and the related areas of text classification and text clustering from basic concepts. It is written from a computer science perspective by three leading experts in the field.