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    • Approaches to Passage Retrieval in Full Text Information Systems 

      Salton, Gerard; Allan, James; Buckley, Chris (Cornell University, 1993-03)
      Large collections of full-text documents are now commonly used in automated information retrieval. When the stored document texts are long, the retrieval of complete documents may not be in the users' best interest. In ...
    • Automatic Hypertext Construction 

      Allan, James (Cornell University, 1995-02)
      The unprecedented growth of the World Wide Web illustrates the importance of hypertext as a method for organizing the rapidly expanding amount of on-line text. As document collections become larger and more dynamic, ...
    • Automatic Structuring and Retrieval of Large Text Files 

      Salton, Gerard; Allan, James; Buckley, Chris (Cornell University, 1992-06)
      In many operational environments, large text files must be processed covering a wide variety of different topic areas. Aids must then be provided to the user that permit collection browsing and make it possible to locate ...
    • Automatic Structuring of Text Files 

      Salton, Gerard; Buckley, Chris; Allan, James (Cornell University, 1991-10)
      In many practical information retrieval situations, it is necessary to process heterogeneous text databases that vary greatly in scope and coverage, and deal with many different subjects. In such an environment it is ...
    • Selective Text Utilization and Text Traversal 

      Salton, Gerard; Allan, James (Cornell University, 1993-07)
      Many large collections of full-text documents are currently stored in machine-readable form and processed automatically in various ways. These collections may include different types of documents, such as messages, ...
    • Selective Use of Full-Text Databases 

      Salton, Gerard; Allan, James; Buckley, Chris (Cornell University, 1992-08)
      Large files of natural-language text are now available for automatic processing in machine readable form. Such text files may include documents of textbook size, medium-size newspaper articles and short messages and mail ...