Posts Tagged "information retrieval"

Bibliometrics and Information Retrieval: Creating Knowledge through Research Synergies – a workshop at the ASIST 2016, October 17 Copenhagen

Bibliometrics and Information Retrieval: Creating Knowledge through Research Synergies – a workshop at the ASIST 2016, October 17 Copenhagen

Bibliometrics and Information Retrieval: Creating Knowledge through Research Synergies Judit Bar-Ilan, Rob Koopman, Shenghui Wang, Andrea Scharnhorst, Marcus John, Philipp Mayr, Dietmar Wolfram This panel brings together experts in bibliometrics and information retrieval to discuss how each of these two important areas of information science can help to inform the…

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STSM – Visit to the HUB Institute for Library Sciences “Same data, different results” – report of Rob Koopman

STSM – Visit to the HUB Institute for Library Sciences “Same data, different results” – report of Rob Koopman

Period: 2016-04-24 to 2016-04-30 STSM Applicant: Mr Rob Koopman, OCLC EMEA BV, Leiden (NL) Host: Frank Havemann HUB The STSM of Rob Koopman was devoted to discussing the problems to define topics using bibliometrics traces. Although, this problem is by no way new there are still many competing approaches, which…

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After “The role of knowledge maps for access to digital archives” – a workshop report

After “The role of knowledge maps for access to digital archives” – a workshop report

Report of the COST TD1210 Workshop “The role of knowledge maps for access to Digital Archives“ Some COST funded meetings have the essence of COST all in a nutshell; and Milena Dobreva as a Local Organizer seems to have a specific gift to bring this to life. Two years ago…

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