Journal of Health & Medical Informatics

ISSN: 2157-7420

Open Access

Ghavami M

Paramedical Faculty,
West Indies

  • Review Article
    Designing a Subject-based Information Retrieval system in Digital Libraries
    Author(s): Biglu MH and Ghavami MBiglu MH and Ghavami M

    Objective: Information visualization is the study of interactive depictions of abstract and data to strengthen the human cognition. Designing an appropriate information visualization system may be very useful technique for scholars, who intent to get scientific information in digital libraries. The objective of current study was to map and visualize the key-information of dissertations in academic libraries. To achieve the aim an information retrieval system was designed to present the interactive graphic view of dissertations’ subjects in academic. Methods: We designed an information retrieval system by information visualization toolkits that presented the related subjects of dissertations in academic libraries. In addition, the satisfaction-levels of library-users was analyzed by administrating a standard questionnaire (QUIS Questionnai.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2157-7420.1000229

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