Library Trends 48 (1) Summer 1999: Knowledge Discovery in Bibliographic Databases


Library Trends 48 (1) Summer 1999: Knowledge Discovery in Bibliographic Databases. Edited by Jian Qin and M. Jay Norton.

Knowledge discovery in databases uses a variety of methods to evaluate data for relevant relationships that could yield new knowledge. Research publications in library and information science have been implicitly related to knowledge discovery in databases (KDD) in terms of methods and techniques, though many of them did not use the terminology “knowledge discovery in databases” explicitly. This issue is devoted to aspects of KDD that are relevant or reflective of the field of library and information science.

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