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What is Cross-Language Information Retrieval

Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition
The process of locating relevant documents from a large collection of data in a language which is different from the query language.
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Cognitive and Psychological Factors in Cross-Language Information Retrieval
Rowena Li (Bayside High School Library, USA)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3.ch390
Abstract
While a lot of research has focused on the effectiveness of system functionality, few studies have examined information needs and social aspects related to cross-language information retrieval. This article aims to speculate the human and social aspects of cross-language information retrieval. It explores CLIR users' unique social and cultural contexts, their psychological and cognitive structures, and their distinctive relevance judgment. It examines in depth the barriers embedded in cultural, linguistic, and cognitive dimensions, which might hinder further advancement in cross-language information retrieval.
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Human and Social Aspects of Information Seeking in Cross-Language Information Retrieval
The process of locating relevant documents from a large collection of data in a language which is different from the query language.
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