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  • {{dablink|Not to be confused with [[informatics]] or [[information theory]].}} ...[Ancient Library of Alexandria]], an early form of [[information retrieval|information storage and retrieval]].]]
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  • | name = Live Search | type = [[Search engine|Search Engine]]
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  • |name = Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur |type = [[Education]] and [[Research]] [[Institution]]
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  • ...ad'''. ''Information overload'' refers to the state of having ''too much'' information to [[decision making|make a decision]] or remain informed about a topic. It ==Use of the term "Information explosion"==
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  • ...[[local search (Internet)|local search]], and industry-specific [[vertical search]] engines. ...words and to remove barriers to the [[web crawler|indexing activities]] of search engines.
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  • ... accessed remotely via computer networks. A digital library is a type of [[information retrieval]] system. ...ell as issues concerning copyright infringement. Nevertheless, library and information professional communities are pursuing a workable model of a digital library
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  • ...tabases ([[deep web]]), library holdings, and general web sources with one search query. Library communities are also increasingly looking into [[open source ... of materials held by a [[library]] or group of libraries. Users typically search a [[library catalog]] to locate books, videos, and audio recordings owned o
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  • ...d national boundaries. It is made possible through the merging of computer technology with technologies used by the [[media]] and [[telecommunications]] industri The Internet connects [[information]] resources and provides various services, such as [[e-mail|electronic mail
    49 KB (7,408 words) - 21:07, 16 July 2019
  • ...m Berners-Lee]], working at the [[CERN|European Organization for Nuclear Research]] (CERN) in [[Geneva]], [[Switzerland]], and released in 1992. Berners-Lee ...his IP address is necessary to contact and send data [[Packet (information technology)|packets]] to the [[Web server]].
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  • ...tion systems. Electronic commerce typically uses electronic communications technology of the [[World Wide Web]], at some point in the transaction's lifecycle, al .../c2.htm ''E-Commerce: Origins, Evolution and Implications.''] Twin Isles Research. Retrieved July 26, 2018. </ref>
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  • ...[realia]]) according to their subject and allocating a call number to that information resource. Similar to classification systems used in biology, bibliographic Library classification forms part of the field of [[library and information science]]. It goes hand in hand with library (descriptive) cataloging under
    25 KB (3,668 words) - 18:54, 5 July 2018
  • ...rt of the [[surface Web]], which is [[index (search engine)|indexed]] by [[search engine]]s. It is estimated that the deep Web is several [[order of magnitud ...oping to have one search engine that can search and retrieve all available information sources to each library, that includes library [[online catalog]], subscrib
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  • ...91/19-und.html Department of Computer and Information Science], Guttenberg Information Technologies</ref><ref>"''Computer science is the study of computation.''" ...ave given birth to new approaches for [[teaching]] and [[learning]]. For research in various fields, computer science has greatly enhanced the processes of d
    21 KB (2,948 words) - 15:19, 17 March 2017
  • |field = [[Information science]] ...vist; he is one of several people who have been considered the father of [[information science]], a field he called "documentation." Otlet created the [[Universal
    22 KB (3,209 words) - 17:23, 30 January 2019
  • ...at often involves speculations based on current or future [[science]] or [[technology]]. Science fiction is found in media as diverse as, but not limited to, lit ... such as [[time travel]] or [[psionics]], or new technology, such as [[nanotechnology]], [[faster-than-light]] travel, or [[robot]]s.
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  • ... ones; it is compatible with [[full employment]]. (It is sometimes called "search unemployment" and is seen as largely voluntary.) It arises because either e ... best way to lower this kind of unemployment is to provide more and better information to job-seekers and employers, perhaps through centralized job-banks (as in
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  • ...d out over several geographic locations. A bibliographic item can be any [[information entity]] (e.g., books, computer files, graphics, [[realia]], cartographic m * which information from a bibliographic item is included in the entry;
    14 KB (2,172 words) - 18:52, 5 July 2018
  • ...provision agency. Some librarians are independent entrepreneurs working as information specialists, [[cataloging|catalogers]], [[indexing|indexer]]s and other pro ...ns today are required to have a high degree of diversified and specialized information management skills.
    23 KB (3,211 words) - 18:45, 5 July 2018
  • ...ting new topics like [[Database management system|Database Management]], [[Information Architecture]] and [[Knowledge Management]], for example. ...no generally agreed distinction between ''library science'', ''library and information science'', and ''librarianship''. To a certain extent they can be considere
    14 KB (1,842 words) - 18:50, 5 July 2018
  • ...using print card system and each library had to create an original catalog information, which is time consuming and costly work. ...sons in outposts around the world microfilmed newspapers and other printed information items and sent them back to [[Washington, DC]].
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