Search Engines: Information Retrieval in Practice
ADDISON WESLEY Publishing Company Incorporated, 2010 - Computers - 520 pages
Search Engines: Information Retrieval in Practice is ideal for introductory information retrieval courses at the undergraduate and graduate level in computer science, information science and computer engineering departments. It is also a valuable tool for search engine and information retrieval professionals.
Written by a leader in the field of information retrieval, Search Engines: Information Retrieval in Practice , is designed to give undergraduate students the understanding and tools they need to evaluate, compare and modify search engines. Coverage of the underlying IR and mathematical models reinforce key concepts. The book's numerous programming exercises make extensive use of Galago, a Java-based open source search engine.
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Review: Search Engines: Information Retrieval in PracticeUser Review - Joecolelife - Goodreads
This is probably one of the best IR textbooks I have seen. I used a pre-release edition for a text technologies course at the University of Edinburgh this year. The explanations are clear and ... Read full review
Review: Search Engines: Information Retrieval in PracticeUser Review - Ilya - Goodreads
This is an undergraduate-level textbook explaining how search engines work. It discusses in reasonable detail, how a search engine crawls the Web, prepares the documents for indexing, creates and ... Read full review
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