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Probabilistic indexing

M. E. Maron

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Published
**1959** by Data Systems Project Office .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by M.E. Maron, J.L. Kuhns andL.C. Ray. |

Contributions | Kuhns, J. L., Ray, L. C. |

ID Numbers | |
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Open Library | OL19708339M |

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Each model group need only be represented at one Author: Clark Olson. together these two strands of work on indexing and searching. In particular, we hope to develop and test a model, within the framework of the probabilistic.

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