|Article title||RESEARCH OF MODELS FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL|
|Authors||E.M. Kotov, A.N. Tzelykh|
|Section||SECTION IV. NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES|
|Month, Year||04, 2009 @en|
|Abstract||By consideration of models of information retrieval probably to speak about several models, since classical, such as Vector Space models, Probabilistic models and Boolean models. In similar models, search means, relevant objects of information retrieval (documents, inquiries and terms) their communications with each other and as they are organised in structures, using vectors, probabilities or logic operators are modelled. In article some formal methods are considered, their riches are underlined at use in quality the general models for information retrieval.It has allowed us to identify components and possible relations.|
|Keywords||The information retrieval; models and methods of information retrieval.|
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