Results for Classics
There are 4 resources for Classics in the library.
Articles and Papers
by Stuart K. Card, Peter Pirolli (1999)
Subject: Classics, Information Retrieval, Information Seeking Behavior
Abstract: Information Foraging Theory is an approach to understanding how strategies and technologies for information seeking, gathering, and consumption are adapted to the flux of information in the environment. The theory assumes that people, when possible, will modify their strategies or the structure of the environment to maximize their rate of gaining valuable information.
Scatter/gather: A cluster-based approach to browsing large document
by D.R. Cutting, David R. Karger, J.O. Pederson, J.W. Tukey
Subject: Classics, Information Retrieval
Abstract: Clustering as a tool for organizing large document collections. Quantitative measures for similarity between documents.
Knowledge Representation: Logical, Philosophical, and Computational Foundations
by John F. Sowa
Subject: Classics, Classification, Knowledge Management
Abstract: Sowa is the great theorist of organizing knowledge using computers and the founder of modern conceptual graph theory.
Introduction to IA Brochures
by Victor Lombardi, Dan Willis (11/27/2003)
Subject: Classics, Information Architecture - General
Abstract: Two brochures that help explain information architecture to business and technical people. A full color 6x8 inch version is suitable for printing as postcards, and an 8.5x11 inch black and white version can be printed on any printer. Both are covered by a creative commons license and can be modified to suit your needs.
Also available at: iainstitute.org/documents/tools/IAforBizAndTech_6x8.pdf
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