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1Lundgren, L.: Helping children to help themselves.
In: Scandinavian public library quarterly. 31(1998) no.2, S.10-12.
Abstract: Looks at ways of making library catalogues easier for children to use, including the Book House, a Danish search system based on studies of how library users carry out searches in the catalogues. This and other research shows that much can be done to make library catalogues easier for children to use and to encourage the search for information andreading. In this work libraries must start from the subjects children ask about and adapt to children's level of development and ways of expressing themselves
Anmerkung: Contribution to a thematic issue devoted to children and libraries in Scandinavia
2Lee, D.L. ; Ren, L.: Document ranking on weight-partitioned signature files.
In: ACM transactions on information systems. 14(1996) no.2, S.109-137.
Abstract: Proposes the weight partitioned signature file, a signature file organization for supporting document ranking. It uses multiple signature files each corresponding to one term frequency to represent terms with different term frequencies. Words with the same term frequency in a document are grouped together and hased into the signature file corresponding to that term frequency. Investigates the effect of false drops on retrieval effectiveness. Analyses the performance of the weight partitioned signature file under different search strategies and configurations. Obtains an optimal formula for storage allocation to minimise the effect of false drops on document ranks. Analytical results are supported by experiments on document collections
3Pejtersen, A.M. ; Albrechtsen, H. ; Sandelin, R. ; Lundgren, L.: ¬The Scandinavian Book House : indexing methods and OPAC development for subject access to Scandinavian fiction literature.
In: Proceedings of the 6th ASIS SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop, Oct. 8, 1995, Chicago, IL. Ed.: R.P. Schwartz et al. Silver Springs, MD : ASIS, 1995. S. -.
Themenfeld: OPAC ; Schöne Literatur ; Suchoberflächen
4Nordgren, L.: Evaluating multimedia CD-ROM descware : of bells, whistles and value.
In: CD-ROM professional. 6(1993) no.1, S.99-105.
Abstract: Defines multimedia in terms of the overlap of publishing, broadcasting and computing technologies and sets out criteria that may be used to evaluate multimedia databases involving: hardware requirements; ease of installation; navigation and presentation; multimedia searching; user feedback; scope and quality of multimedia content; integration of media; data export capabilitities; product support; and overall value. Steps taken to evaluate databases include: identification of products; examinations of critical reviews; logging of questions, problems and comments; obtaining a review copy; installing and test running the product; trying the database out on users; seeking help; and deciding if the product is the one required
5Nordgren, L.: Microsoft Encarta multimedia encyclopedia.
In: CD-ROM professional. 6(1993) no.7, S.46-48.
Abstract: Encarta represents the latest addition to the assortment of CD-ROM based encyclopedias now available; based on this review, it will be a worthy competitor to the popular Compton's and Grolier products. Microsoft is rumored to have spent over $500.000 in the development of Encarta, and it is only one of over 20 titles they are currently working on. Microsoft's electronic publishing strategy appears to have very substantial resources allocated for new CD-ROM title development, and it will be interesting to follow the success of these titles as they are released