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1CD-ROM indexing/authoring software.
In: Digital publishing technologies. 1(1996) no.12, S.12-16.
Abstract: Reviews the range of CD-ROM indexing and authoring software and their producers with a listing of some of the factors involved in choosing suitable systems by prospective users and the pricing variations that exist. Groups the products into 2 basic cost categories: lower minimum cost (sakSam, CD:Search; DB/TextWorks, ISYS; OmniSearch; QuickSearch, and RecallPlus) and higher minimum cost (Clearview, FolioViews, GTIPublisher, Headfast, Insight, Optisearch, Optiware, and Optosof
Objekt: askSam ; CD:Search ; Inmagic DB/TextWorks ; ISYS ; OmniSearch ; QuickSearch ; RecallPlus ; Clearview ; FolioViews ; GTIPublisher ; Headfast ; Insight ; Optisearch ; Optiware ; Optosof
2Valas, G.: Comparison of some widespread CD-ROM information retrieval software packages.
In: Online and CD-ROM review. 18(1994) no.4, S.211-227.
Abstract: Reports the results of a study, conducted at the National Technical Information Centre and Library (OMIKK), Hungary, to compare 5 popular proprietary CD-ROM searching software packages: OPTIWARE; BRS/Search; ProQuest; SPIRS; and Dialog OnDisc Manager. Software evaluation was based on analysis of a range of CD-ROM bibliographic databases (with the exception of BRS/Search for which the library held no bibliographic databases) and focused on: response times for various activities (logging on, searching, retrieval, display); other performance factors; direct searching features (Boolean operators, proximity operators, arithmetic relations, truncation); index browsing; search strategy handling; display possibilities; output possibilities; and ergonomic and user friendliness factors. No general conclusions are drawn and users are left to draw their own conclusions
Themenfeld: Bibliographische Software
Objekt: SPIRS ; OPTIWARE ; BRS/SEARCH ; ProQuest ; Dialog OnDisc