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Extensions to the STAIRS Study -Empirical Evidence for the Hypothesised Ineffectiveness of Boolean Queries in Large Full-Text Databases. Viz MAXWELL, Tamsin a Burkhard SCHAFER. ... An Evaluation of Retrieval Effectiveness for a Full-Text Document-Retrieval System. Communications of the ACM, 1985, roč. 28, č. 3, s. 289-299. ...doi:10.5817/rpt2020-2-8 fatcat:agthzinoorbehnudiyj6gzn4ee
In the future, no part of this thesis will be used in a submission in my name, for any other degree or diploma in any university or other tertiary institution without the prior approval of The University ... of Western Australia and where applicable, any partner institution responsible for the joint-award of this degree. ... Authors would also like to acknowledge the Centre for Applied Statistics at the University of Western Australia for consulting with SB about the appropriateness of statistics in reviewed papers to assist ...doi:10.26182/gd3h-4379 fatcat:pkiouw4qarbcrhyull4hmd73wy
profound implications for Earth's ecosystems – leading to the debate for a new era: the Anthropologic. ... The development of digital technologies is compounding the need to develop ethics for this new technological state – shifting computer architecture from its focus on technology to a focus on humans. ... Mediated Architecture. " The authors wish to thank the master thesis students for their research and to give permission to use their thesis results in this paper, i.e. ...doi:10.14279/depositonce-10569 fatcat:pws4esthdfephe3jnc62fc2ksu
What was expected to be simply a name for a set of symptoms suddenly became contested. ... Unrelated at first, degradation of the local aquifer, death of wildlife, and a noticeable decrease in small mammals in the area had been noted. ... that environmental fears are irrational. 230 A lack of empirical evidence in support of its validity, too, continues to plague cultural theory. 23 ' Development of risk studies as a series of disjointed ...doi:10.14288/1.0103828 fatcat:bgv4yuj6yrey7k6mcim3hizgiu