Sökning: "subject browsing"
Hittade 4 avhandlingar innehållade orden subject browsing.
- Detta är en avhandling från Digital Information Systems Group, Department of Information Technology, Lund University
Sammanfattning : With the exponential growth of the World Wide Web, automated subject classification of Web pages has become a major research issue in information and computer sciences. Organizing Web pages into a hierarchical structure for subject browsing is gaining more recognition as an important tool in information-seeking processes. LÄS MER
2. Automated Subject Classification of Textual Documents in the Context of Web-Based Hierarchical BrowsingDetta är en avhandling från Electro and information technology
Sammanfattning : With the exponential growth of the World Wide Web, automated subject classification has become a major research issue. Organizing web pages into a hierarchical structure for subject browsing has been gaining more recognition as an important tool in information-seeking processes. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från University of Zagreb
Sammanfattning : This thesis has been motivated by past research, problems and realizations that online library catalog users frequently perform subject searches – using keywords, subject headings and descriptors – and these searches have yielded unsatisfactory results. Web-based catalogs or WebPACs (Web-based Online Public Access Catalogs), belonging to the so-called third generation of online catalogs and providing a wide variety of search options, remain largely underutilized despite the continuous advancement of information retrieval systems. LÄS MER
4. Multi-sensory cues in interplay and congruency in a retail store context Consumer emotions and purchase behaviorsDetta är en avhandling från Växjö : Linnaeus University Press
Sammanfattning : While research has shown the positive impact of sensory cues and cue- congruency on emotion and behavior in retail store atmospheres, these cues have primarily been investigated in isolation or in pairs. Consequently, little is known on how multi-sensory cues in interplay impact on consumer emotions and purchase behaviors. LÄS MER