Mathematics for Classical Information Retrieval
by Dariush Alimohammadi, Mary K. Bolin
Publisher: Zea E-Books 2010
Number of pages: 89
This book is about Information Retrieval (IR), particularly Classical Information Retrieval (CIR). It looks at these topics through their mathematical roots. The mathematical bases of CIR are briefly reviewed, followed by the most important and interesting models of CIR, including Boolean, Vector Space, and Probabilistic.
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