Abstract: A description and comparison is presented of four compression techniques for word coding having application to information retrieval. The emphasis is on codes useful in creating directories to large data files. It is further shown how differing application objectives lead to differing measures of optimality for codes, though compression may be a common quality.
|Type of Material:||Article|
Journal of library automation|
|Publication Info:||Volume 1 Number 04|
|Publisher:||Information Science and Automation Division|
|Place of Publication:||Chicago, IL|
|Last Update:||2020-05-22 13:24:11|
|Date Created:||0000-00-00 00:00:00|