Information Processing & Management 42(2)

Information Processing & Management
Volume 42, Issue 2, Pages 331-594 (March 2006)

Adaptive relevance feedback method of extended Boolean model using hierarchical clustering techniques
Jongpill Choi, Minkoo Kim and Vijay V. Raghavan

Combining preference- and content-based approaches for improving document clustering effectiveness
Chih-Ping Wei, Chin-Sheng Yang, Han-Wei Hsiao and Tsang-Hsiang Cheng

Document clustering using nonnegative matrix factorization
Farial Shahnaz, Michael W. Berry, V.Paul Pauca and Robert J. Plemmons

Hierarchical document categorization with k-NN and concept-based thesauri
Sun Lee Bang, Jae Dong Yang and Hyung Jeong Yang

Unique-order interpolative coding for fast querying and space-efficient indexing in information retrieval systems
Cher-Sheng Cheng, Jean Jyh-Jiun Shann and Chung-Ping Chung

Adapting the Knuth?Morris?Pratt algorithm for pattern matching in Huffman encoded texts
Dana Shapira and Ajay Daptardar

Browsing mixed structured and unstructured data
Robert M. Losee

Query reformulation using automatically generated query concepts from a document space
Youjin Chang, Iadh Ounis and Minkoo Kim

Filtering search results using an optimal set of terms identified by an artificial neural network
Tsvi Kuflik, Zvi Boger and Peretz Shoval

XMage: An image retrieval method based on partial similarity
Chang-Ryong Kim and Chin-Wan Chung

Aided search strategy enabled by decision support
Gloria E. Phillips-Wren and Guisseppi A. Forgionne

Facing and bridging gaps in Web searching
Reijo Savolainen and Jarkko Kari

Korean-Japanese story link detection based on distributional and contrastive properties of event terms
Kyung-Soon Lee and Kyo Kageura

Knowledge map creation and maintenance for virtual communities of practice
Fu-ren Lin and Chih-ming Hsueh

Fields and pathways: Contrasting or complementary views of information seeking
J. David E. Johnson, Donald O. Case, James Andrews, Suzanne L. Allard and Nathaniel E Johnson

Print vs. electronic resources: A study of user perceptions, preferences, and use
Ziming Liu