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2007 Volume 58 Issue 9

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In this issue
Carol L. Barry

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Task-based information retrieval: Structuring undergraduate history essays for better course evaluation using essay-type visualizations
John E. Leide | Charles Cole | Jamshid Beheshti | Andrew Large | Yang Lin

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Do information technology units have more power than other units in academic libraries?
Sook Lim

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User rankings of search engine results
Judit Bar-Ilan | Kevin Keenoy | Eti Yaari | Mark Levene

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Investigating and modeling metadata use to support information architecture development in the statistical knowledge network
Carol A. Hert | Sheila O. Denn | Daniel W. Gillman | Jung Sun Oh | Maria Cristina Pattuelli | Naybell Hernández

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Can citation analysis of Web publications better detect research fronts?
Dangzhi Zhao | Andreas Strotmann

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Betweenness centrality as an indicator of the interdisciplinarity of scientific journals
Loet Leydesdorff

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The MPEG-7 standard: Multimedia description in theory and application
Corinne Jörgensen

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Structure description tools
Philippe Salembier | Ana B. Benitez

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Semantic description in MPEG-7: The rich recursion of ripeness
Hawley K. Rising | Corinne Jörgensen

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Automatic user preference learning for personalized electronic program guide applications
Jeongyeon Lim | Sanggil Kang | Munchurl Kim

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Integrating MPEG-7 into the Moving Image Collections portal
Grace Agnew | Dan Kniesner | Mary Beth Weber

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MPEG-7 in practice: Analysis of a television news retrieval application
Nastaran Fatemi

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TV-Anytime Phase 1 and MPEG-7
Jean-Pierre Evain | José María Martínez Sanchez

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MPEG-7 tools for Universal Multimedia Access
José María Martínez Sanchez

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Enabling MPEG-7 structural and semantic descriptions in retrieval applications
Ana B. Benitez | Di Zhong | Shih-Fu Chang

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What do we know about the h index?
Lutz Bornmann | Hans-Dieter Daniel

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The access principle: The case for open access to research and scholarship
Lisa A. Ennis

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Y. Xu, C.Y. Tan and L. Yang, "Who will you ask? An empirical study of interpersonal task information seeking". Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 57(12) 2006, 1666-1677
Bernard C. Y. Tan