Tuesday, February 01, 2005


Hey hey fellow MIT026ers!

Here are the three articles that I picked out which site Lynch's article... they all look very promising for somebody who is interested in researching how information is organized on the World Wide Web!

1) Kobayashi M., Takeda K. (2000). Information Retrieval on the Web. ACM Computing Systems 32, 3, 144-173. Retrieved February 1, 2005, from http://go5.isiknowledge.com/portal.cgi/WOS

Details: This article discusses the growth of the Internet and technologies that are valuable for information retrieval on the World Wide Web. The article furthermore presents information regarding the development of new techniques targeted to resolve some of the problems associated with the information retrieval process on the World Wide Web.

2) Lin X., Chan LM. (1999). Personalized Knowledge Organization and Access for the Web. Library & Information Science Research 21, 2, 153-172. Retrieved February 1, 2004, from http://go5.isiknowledge.com/portal.cgi/WOS

Details: This article illustrates a variety of fascinating insights regarding the organization of information retrieval in the past (with libraries) and in the present and upcoming future (with the Internet).

3) Schwartz C. (1998). Web Search Engines. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49, 11. 973-982. Retrieved February 1, 2004 from http://go5.isiknowledge.com/portal.cgi/WOS

Details: This article examines the history of information retrieval using the World Wide Web, specifically with search engines. It also considers the current state of affairs regarding the evolving technological research methods, as well as a reflection upon what information retrieval processes will look like in the future.

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