qFocused on the latest research on text and document management, this guide addresses the information management needs of organizations by providing the most recent findings. How the need for effective databases to house information is impacting organizations worldwide and how some organizations that possess a vast amount of data are not able to use the data in an economic and efficient manner is demonstrated. A taxonomy for object-oriented databases, metrics for controlling database complexity, and a guide to accommodating hierarchies in relational databases are provided. Also covered is how to apply Java-triggers for X-Link management and how to build signatures.qThe model HiMeD (Ribeiro-Neto, Laender aamp; Lima, 2001; Lima, Laender aamp; RibeiroNeto, 1998) deals with the indexing and retrieval of documents. It is specialized on medical documents and the indexing step is completely automatic . Since the domain is ... But, it seems to be a good trade-off between the precision of manual thesaurus construction and the efficiency of automatic systems. With an a#39;apply toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Effective Databases for Text & Document Management|
|Author||:||Shirley A. Becker|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2003-01-01|