The 1970s librarians who revolutionised the challenge of search | Aeon Essayshttps://aeon.co/essays/the-1970s-librarians-who-revolutionised-the-challenge-of-search
what words to use in a search
An interesting look at early uses for computerised search, including early identification of the challenge of determining good queries. I’m interested in the early focus on indexing whole abstracts and titles rather than manually curated keywords.
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