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Application of the Variety-Generator Approach to Searches of Personal Names in Bibliographic Data Bases--Part 2. Optimization of Key-Sets, and Evaluation of Their Retrieval Efficiency
Information Technology and Libraries
<p class="p1">Keys consisting of variable-length chamcter strings from the front and rear of surnames, derived by analysis of author names in a particular data base, am used to provide approximate representations of author names. When combined in appropriate ratios, and used together with keys for each of the first two initials of personal names, they provide a high degree of discrimination in search.</p> <p class="p1">Methods for optimization of key-sets are described, and the performance ofdoi:10.6017/ital.v7i3.8951 fatcat:ulmo5e746vh4vjcnqppntwufqy