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Classification with multimodular neural networks: comparison of two examples

Abstract : This study concerns the evolution of the information seeking and use models for professionals essentially, the information access practices. Coming from Anglo-Saxon literature, this new information science research trend, evolve with paradigms and different information seeking and use models have emerged, in order to explain how professional seeks information and what can be done in order to help them. Two main categories can be distinguished : the information seeking and use model versus the information retrieval model. So we will present today this diversity of models and we will evaluate them in order to see if a convergence is possible with the same vocabulary and procedures.
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Joseph Proriol. Classification with multimodular neural networks: comparison of two examples. International Workshop on Software Engineering Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems for High Energy and Nuclear Physics 3, Oct 1993, Obermmergau, Germany. pp.263-268. ⟨in2p3-00004423⟩

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