Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship - Library and Information Science


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  • Jackson, Sally A.; Schneider, Jodi (2016-07-09)
    Health controversies are infused with products of expert reasoning, often interpreted by non-experts. To understand these controversies, we must pay closer attention both to the field-dependent devices that characterize ...


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  • Kehoe, Adam K.; Torvik, Vetle I. (ACM, 2016-06)
    We describe a classifier-enhanced nearest neighbor approach to assigning Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) to unlabeled documents using a combination of abstract similarities and direct citations to labeled MEDLINE records. ...


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  • Kyrillidou, Martha; Cook, Colleen; Lippincott, Sarah (Emerald Publishing, 2016-01-01)
    Purpose: To describe a model of digital library work that surfaced through the ARL Profiles 2010 and resonates current work underway by the large scale digital library projects like DPLA, SHARE, Hathitrust, Academic ...


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  • Martin Wolske (2016-03-24)


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  • Organisciak, Peter (2016-03)
    A popular form of term weighting in texts is to use TF*IDF, which takes a text's term frequencies and weighs them by a measure derived from document frequency called Inverse Document Frequency (IDF). This dataset provides ...


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