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I-I/NT there are both structural and functional Introduction to Information Retrieval Systems 23 differences) What problems need to addressed when using a DBMS as part of an Information retrieval System? . What is the logical effect on the Document file when a combined file search of both a Private Index file and Document file is executed? What is returned to the user? , Mail flies and/or Index files)? 10. What is the difference between the concept of a "Digital Library" and an Information Retrieval System?

4 Relationship to Database Management Systems There are two major categories of systems available to process items: Information Retrieval Systems and Data Base Management Systems (DBMS). Confusion can arise when the software systems supporting each of these applications get confused with the data they are manipulating. An Information Retrieval System is software that has the features and functions required to manipulate "information" items versus a DBMS that is optimized to handle "structured" data.

The system would recognize in its importance ranking and item selection process that automobile emissions are far more important than items discussing sulfur dioxide problems. , to a zone). As discussed in Chapter 1, this restriction is useful in reducing retrieval of nonrelevant items by limiting the search to those subsets of the item whose use of a particular word is consistent with tile user's search objective. Finding a name in a Bibliography does not necessarily mean the item is about that person.

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