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LIS 620: History, Concepts, and Research Opportunities: Week Four

Week Four - Information Science: Introduction

  1. Bates, Marcia. “The Invisible Substrate of Information Science.” JASIS, 50.11 (1999): 975-93.
  2. Zins, Chaim. Conceptions of Information Science.” JASIST 58.3 (February 2007): 335-50.
  3. Capurro, Rafael. “Foundations of Information Science: Review and Perspectives.” 2005.
  4. Hayes, Robert M. "Measurement of Information." In Conceptions of Library and Information Science, edited by Pertti Vakkari and Blaise Cronin, 268-85. London: Taylor Graham, 1992.
  5. Salton, Gerald.  Theory of Term importance in Automatic Text Analysis,  JASIS 26.1 (1975): 33-44
  6. Salton, Gerald. "A Vector Space Model for Automatic Indexing." Communications of the ACM 18.11 (November 1975): 613-20
  7. Robertson, Stephen E., and Karen Spärck Jones. "Simple Proven Approaches to Text Retrieval". Technical Report no. 356. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Computer Laboratory, 1994; updated 1996, 1997, 2006.
  8. Grossman & Frieder. Information retrieval (first 2 chapters)
  9. Baeza-Yatesk, Ricardo.  Modern Information Retrieval (first 2 chapters)
  10. Raber, Douglas. Problem of information
  11. Norton, Melanie. Introductory concepts in IS