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The NIST LEIDIR prototype, inserting hypertext links into the POMS using information retrieval

The NIST LEIDIR prototype, inserting hypertext links into the POMS using information retrieval

installation guide, user guide, and software documentation


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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD .
Written in English

  • Hypertext systems -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

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    StatementJohn M. Tebbutt.
    GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
    SeriesNISTIR -- 6321.
    ContributionsNational Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17839375M

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The NIST LEIDIR prototype, inserting hypertext links into the POMS using information retrieval Download PDF EPUB FB2

This document provides comprehensive information about the LEIDIR prototype automatic hypertext generation system, developed by the National Institute of Standa The NIST LEIDIR Prototype - Inserting Hypertext Links Into the POMS Using Information : John M Tebbutt.

The NIST LEIDIR prototype, inserting hypertext links into the POMS using information retrieval: installation guide, user guide, The NIST LEIDIR prototype software documentation. [John Tebbutt; National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)].

We call the system LEIDIR (Link-Enhanced Information Discovery using Information Retrieval, pronounced "LAY-deer"). This description relates specifically to its use with the POMS manual. The software is designed to create a web of documents from disjoint documents or document collections of arbitrary size and format.

The POMS was augmented using NIST's prototype LEIDIR software, which is designed to create a web of documents from documents or document collections of arbitrary size and format. This is achieved by inserting into each document semantic links to the n most similar documents in the collection, where n is a user-configurable value.

Two approaches to the automatic generation of hypertext undertaken at the National Institute of Standards and Technology are reviewed. The first uses Information Retrieval technology to augment each document in a document space with a list of links to other documents in the space with similar subject matter or content, so-called see-also links.

A first version of the SYRIUS system has been developed integrating both Hypertext and Information Retrieval functionalities that we have called Hypertext In- formation Retrieval System (H.I.R.S.). This version has been extended using classifica- tion mechanisms.

The graphic interface of this new system version is presented by: SYRIUS is a Hypertext Information Retrieval System using natural-like language queries possibly associated to a multicriteria retrieval.

Its friendliness and high interactiveness lies in the visual interface which supplies a graphic representation and a direct manipulation of any information : Florence Sedes. information of input images.

For us, excellent classification results is the first step of the accurate image retrieval due to the exact semantic information has significant influence on feature representation. In this paper, we introduce a classification network to image semantic retrieval (NIST) framework based on deepAuthor: Le Dong, Xiuyuan Chen, Mengdie Mao, Qianni Zhang.

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Latex slides are from the Stuttgart IIR class. The latex slides are in latex beamer, so you need to know/learn latex to be able to modify. experimental testing of the prototype represent a first cycle of an action research project that aims at taking advantage of iterative and evolutionary prototyping.

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The images in these databases are formatted as NIST IHead [14],[18] files using either Lossless JPEG or WSQ compression. The IHead format uses a byte header to store basic information about the image(i.e.

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