The Application Of Expert Systems In Libraries And Information Centres

Author: Anne Morris
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 311097780X
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Artificial Intelligence And Expert Systems

Author: Frederick Wilfrid Lancaster
Editor: [Urbana-Champaign] : Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Some of the 12 conference papers presented in this proceedings focus on the present and potential capabilities of artificial intelligence and expert systems as they relate to a wide range of library applications, including descriptive cataloging, technical services, collection development, subject indexing, reference services, database searching, and document delivery. Other papers deal with the underlying design issues of knowledge representation and natural language processing. The papers are; (1) "Artificial Intelligence: What Will They Think of Next?" (Douglas P. Metzler); (2) "Technical Services Processes as Models for Assessing Expert System Suitability and Benefits" (Charles Fenly); (3) "Automated Cataloging: Implications for Libraries and Patrons" (Stuart Weibel); (4)"Interactive Knowledge-Based Systems for Improved Subject Analysis and Retrieval" (Susanne M. Humphrey); (5) "Reference Expert Systems: Foundations in Reference Theory" (James R. Parrott); (6) "Expert Systems at the National Agricultural Library: Past, Present, and Future" (Samuel T. Waters); (7) "User Models for Information Systems: Prospects and Problems" (Christine L. Borgman and Yolanda I. Plute); (8) "Natural Language Processing: Current Status for Libraries" (Amy Warner); (9) "Knowledge Representation in Artificial Intelligence" (Irene L. Travis); (10) "Intelligent Interfaces to Online Databases" (Brian C. Vickery); (11) "Expert Systems in Document Delivery: The Feasibility of Learning Capabilities" (Jaime Pontigo, Ezequiel Tovar-Reyes, Guillermo Rodriquez, and Sergio Ortiz-Gama); and (12) "Walking Your Talk: Why Information Managers Are Not High Tech" (W. David Penniman). An index and brief author biographies conclude the volume; chapters include references. (KRN).

Expert Systems In Libraries

Author: Library Association. Information Technology Group
Editor: London, U.K. : Taylor Graham
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Expert Systems In Arl Libraries

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An Approach To The Evaluation Of Expert Systems For The Selection Of Reference Sources

Author: Shiao-Feng Su
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Expert Systems For Reference And Information Retrieval

Author: Ralph Alberico
Editor: Westport : Meckler, cl990.
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Expert Systems

Author: Charles Fenly
Editor: Washington, D.C. : Cataloging Distribution Service, Library of Congress
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Intelligent Technologies In Library And Information Service Applications

Author: Frederick Wilfrid Lancaster
Editor: Information Today, Inc.
ISBN: 9781573871037
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Limiting the scope of the study to currently operating artificial intelligence (AI) systems, Lancaster (library and information science, U. of Illinois) and Warner (Thesaurus Design Specialist, Argus Associates, Inc.) offer advice on what AI services can be applied to library and information services and speculate on what may become applicable in the near future. Among the applications discussed are cataloging, subject indexing, reference services, intelligent text processing, data mining, help desks, critiquing systems, speech technology, and computer vision. c. Book News Inc.

Computers In Libraries International 90

Author: John Eyre
Editor: Mecklermedia Corporation
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Journal Of Information Science

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Principles & practice.

Expert Systems In Libraries

Author: Rao Aluri
Editor: Praeger
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Covers expert systems, software programs, computer assisted instruction, catalog automation, online retrieval use, and applications and management aspects. Price to individuals is $35. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

The Evolution Of Library Automation

Author: Gary M. Pitkin
Editor: Westport, CT: Meckler
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Information Technology And Libraries

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Library Hi Tech Bibliography

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Iaslic Bulletin

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Building On The First Century

Author: Association of College and Research Libraries. National Conference
Editor: Chicago : The Association
ISBN: 9780838972892
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Each volume of the Platinum Vignettes series presents 50 ultra-high-yield case scenarios of frequently tested topics to give you a clear advantage on the vignette-based Step 1 exam. Plus, the case discussions provide a wealth of tips, insights, buzzwords, advice on handling distractors, and guidance on just what the boards will ask and how to answer.

Herald Of Library Science

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Libraries For The New Millennium

Author: David I. Raitt
Editor: Bernan Assoc
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Managers and administrators from several countries offer ten studies exploring how and why libraries and information centers are finding it necessary to change direction and diversify in order to adapt to the threats and challenges posed by the Internet, online consumer and interactive television services, and other elements of the emerging Information Society. They consider not so much the technological changes as the organizational framework, policies, strategies, staff and users, and the social and economic milieu. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR