From information retrieval to hypertext and back again the role of interaction in the information exploration interface. by Gene Golovchinsky

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Information Retrieval (IR) has concentrated on the development of information management systems to support user retrieval from large collections of homogeneous textual material. A variety of approaches have been tried and tested with varying degrees of success over many decades of research.

Hypertext (HT) systems, on the other hand, provide a retrieval paradigm based on browsing through a. From Information Retrieval to Hypertext and Back Again: The Role of Interaction in the Information Exploration Interface. By Gene Golovchinsky. Abstract. This work explores the design space of user interfaces for large-scale full-text database retrieval systems.

Research suggests that elements of hypertext interfaces may be merged with Author: Gene Golovchinsky. BibTeX @MISC{Golovchinsky97frominformation, author = {Gene Golovchinsky}, title = {From Information Retrieval to Hypertext and Back Again: The Role of Interaction in the Information Exploration Interface}, year = {}}.

This book is an excellent introduction to a number of techniques in information retrieval, machine learning, data mining, network analysis and the application of such techniques to the Web. It discusses many research issues as well as provides practical insights Cited by: If hypertext is to become a viable and widely used methodology, the process of transferring from linear to hypertext forms and back again must be satisfactorily achieved.

This paper mainly describes work investigating the hypertext to text transformation but the reverse process (text to hypertext) is Cited by: 4. Discusses approaches to the integration of query-based information retrieval and browsing in a hypertext network.

A prototype system developed to evaluate the proposed approach in terms of retrieval effectiveness and search efficiency is presented, and design and implementation issues concerning the prototype are considered.

(30 references) (EA). Reviewer: Hilary D. Burton we were struck by a discontinuity. People interested in hypertext, electronic libraries, and information retrieval, the very audience influenced by Memex, knew little or nothing about Bush as an engineer and pioneer of computing machines.

The paper uncovers the relationship between information contained in hypertext links and improvement of retrieval effectiveness. The results can be useful in the development of a Hypertext and information retrieval new hypertext information retrieval model that has to incorporate links and enable auto- matic construction of links.

Search ACM Digital Library. Search Search. Advanced Search. Ideas concerning the concept of hypertext and information retrieval can be found as early as in the Atlantic Monthly of in the paper entitled “As We May Think” by Vannevar Bush, in which the author envisaged-the possibility of storing and retrieving information by using techniques and capabilities that are proper to hypertext and.

From the Publisher: This book's purpose is to teach people who will be searching or designing text retrieval systems how the systems work. For designers, it covers problems they will face and reviews currently available solutions to provide a basis for more advanced study.

For the searcher its purpose is to describe why such systems work as they do. The book is primarily about computer-based. hypertext, Warren Weaver's paper began research in machine translation. In some ways, information retrieval has two parents.

Bush reacted to the success of physicists in projects such as microwave radio (and of course the atomic bomb, which he could not yet mention publicly). He talked of intellectual analysis, both by people and by machines. Information retrieval (IR) is the activity of obtaining information system resources that are relevant to an information need from a collection of those resources.

Searches can be based on full-text or other content-based indexing. Information retrieval is the science of searching for information in a document, searching for documents themselves, and also searching for the metadata that.

Second, he is investigating new methods for retrieving information from dynamic medical books. In th course of this research, information-retrieval from a prototype hypertext manual has been examined.

"HyperText is a way to link and access information of various kinds as a web of nodes in which the user can browse at will. It provides a single user-interface to large classes of information (reports, notes, data-bases, computer documentation and on-line help).

We propose a simple scheme incorporating servers already available at CERN. (from the standpoint of information retrieval) very different from the “tradi-tional” collections studied thus far in this book. Sections – deal with estimating the number of documents indexed by web search engines, and the elimination of duplicate documents in web indexes, respectively.

These two. Modern Information Retrieval 2. Modeling: Contents: Introduction A Taxonomy of Information Retrieval Models Retrieval: Ad Hoc and Filtering A Formal Characterization of IR Models The Hypertext Model Back to Top.

From Information Retrieval to Hypertext and Back Again: The Role of Interaction in the Information Exploration Interface, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto, Richard W.

Kopak. "A proposal for a taxonomy of functional link types" in ACM Computing Surveys, Symposium on Hypertext and. Panel: Indexing Mark Bernstein, and Hypertext Eastgate Systems, moderator James Crib, Hewlett-Packard Nancy M&any, Bayside Indexing Service Unlimited Corporatlon Rosemary Simpson, Indexing Mary-Claire van Leunen, Digital Equipment INTRODUCTION The index is one of the oldest information retrieval devices.

When the earliest scribe produced a document that could not be easily browsed. Introduction to Information Retrieval Indexing anchor text §Can sometimes have unexpected effects, e.g., spam, miserable failure §Can score anchor text with weight depending on the authority of the anchor page’s website §E.g., if we were to assume that content from authoritative, then trust (more) the anchor text from.

In Hyper / Text / Theory (), edited by George P. Landow. Baltimore, London: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Agosti, Maristella and Crestani, Fabio and Melucci, Massimo. “On the use of information retrieval techniques for the automatic construction of hypertext”.

Information Processing and Managem no. 2: Hypertext is the concept of interrelating information elements (linking pieces of information) and using these links to access related pieces of information. (An information element or node can range from a single idea or chunk to an entire document.) A hypertext is a collection or.

This paper proposes a probabilistic logic abstraction for modelling tf -boosting approaches for page-search in book retrieval. The back-of-book index can be viewed as a list of anchors pointing to pages.

An initial strategy deploys a hypertext-based modelling which turns out to be naive, since the propagation of anchor-text from the book index does not [ ].

information retrieval on the entire hyper text. The answers can be a list of rel evant nodes, possibly annotated by a relevance scor e, or a graphical overview of the hypertext structure in whi ch. What's All The Hype About Hypertext. For most lawyers, the practice of law is a word and research intensive business.

Court motions, legal briefs and opinions, agreements to buy and sell property, wills, and just about every other attorney product is produced with words. Gene Golovchinsky. From Information Retrieval to Hypertext and Back Again: The Role of Interaction in the Information Exploration Interface, Ph.D.

Thesis, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto, [Bodner a] Dynamic Hypertext: Querying and Linking [Goodman ] Danny Goodman.

The Complete Hypercard. 10 XML retrieval Basic XML concepts Challenges in XML retrieval A vector space model for XML retrieval Evaluation of XML retrieval Text-centric vs. data-centric XML retrieval References and further reading Exercises 11 Probabilistic information retrieval Hypertext and writing: An overview of the hypertext medium by Kimberly Amaral Introduction There is literally a glut of information available about hypertext.

Hundreds of articles announce and hail the "phenomena" of hypertext--a system of non-sequential writing. But most seem to be caught up in the technology of hypertext. HYPERTEXT. Hypertext is a way to organize information in a digital format that makes use of traditional text structures (words, sentences, pages, articles or chapters, books, and libraries) as enhanced by the multiple linkages (words to words, words to sentences, sentences to sentences, sentences to pages, pages to pages, pages to chapters, and so on) possible in cyberspace.

Bates' Bibliography-Classification. 00 General Information Science, Information Systems, Cybernetics. 01 Information-Definitions and Theory 02 Library and Information Science--Definitions, Theory, Research Issues 03 Documentary Forms, Hypertext--Design, Analysis 04 Information Systems--Theoretical 05 Information Systems--Evaluation; Relevance.

The ease of linking different pieces (fragments) of information is the important aspect of hypertext information retrieval. The information can be of various media: it may be fragments of textual documents, structured data from databases, or list of terms and their definitions.

The anchor text, link label or link text is the visible, clickable text in an HTML term "anchor" was used in older versions of the HTML specification for what is currently referred to as the "a element".

The HTML specification does not have a specific term for anchor text, but refers to it as "text that the a element wraps around". Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Mining the Web: Discovering Knowledge from Hypertext Data at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Hypertext, also called Hyperlinking, the linking of related pieces of information by electronic connections in order to allow a user easy access between ext is a feature of some computer programs that allow the user of electronic media to select a word from text and receive additional information pertaining to that word, such as a definition or related references within the text.

of platforms in mind. Contemporary information retrieval and access systems such as Alex [5], Gopher [6], Prospero [7] and WAIS [8] cover a wide area without the hypertext functionality. Merging the techniques of hypertext, information retrieval, and wide-area networking produces the W3 model.

This. Modern Information Retrieval 4. Query Languages: Contents: Introduction Keyword Based Querying Fixed Structure Hypertext Hierarchical Structures A Sample of Hierarchical Models Discussion Query Protocols Trends and Research Issues Bibliographic Discussion With G.

Navarro. Resources. WAIS; ANSI/NISO Standards, Z Back to Top. Information Processing and Management, v29 n3 p May-Jun Introduces a special issue on research on hypertext systems and information retrieval.

Systems design aspects, including navigation models, link weighting, multiple representation techniques, automatic authoring, user modelling, varying levels of abstraction, and evaluation. (While these proceedings are available only in hardcopy, the July issue of Communications of the ACM, which is a theme issue on hypertext, and includes some of the Conference papers, may be purchased in hypertext format.

To obtain the "Hypertext on Hypertext," send a check for $, plus $5 handling, to ACM Order Dept., PO. This hypertext system has two navigational dimensions: A linear dimension used to move back and forth among the text pages within a given node, and a non-linear dimension used for hypertext jumps.

To reinforce users' understanding of these two dimensions, two different animation techniques are used when shifting from one screen to another. This book has few sharp divisions between information organization (IO) and information retrieval (IR) topics. Instead, it explains the key concepts and challenges in the design and deployment of Organizing Systems in a way that continuously emphasizes the relationships and tradeoffs between IO and IR.

The concept of the Organizing System. Information retrieval (IR) is the science of searching for information in documents, searching for documents themselves, searching for metadata which describe documents, or searching within hypertext collections such as the Internet or intranets.

IR is further analyzed to text retrieval, document retrieval, and image, video, or sound is an interdisciplinary scientific field based.Mining the Web: Discovering Knowledge from Hypertext Data: Chakrabarti, Soumen: Books - The conference had several sessions on information retrieval and showed a major trend towards integrating these more sophisticated searching capabilities with the basic hypertext framework.

Michael Lesk from Bellcore discussed methods for query in huge hypertext networks, taking his examples from a book catalog containingitems.

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