After the Dot-Bomb: Getting Web Information Retrieval Right This Time
AbstractIn the excitement of the "dot-com" rush of the 1990's, many Web sites were developed that provided information retrieval capabilities poorly or sub-optimally. Suggestions are made for improvements in the design of Web information retrieval in seven areas. Classifications, ontologies, indexing vocabularies, statistical properties of databases (including the Bradford Distribution), and staff indexing support systems are all discussed.
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Bates, M. (2002). After the Dot-Bomb: Getting Web Information Retrieval Right This Time. First Monday, 7(7). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v7i7.971
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