School of Information Management & Systems
 Previously School of Library & Information Studies

  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access.
 ("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
  Students' Topic in Previous Semesters.

Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Schedule.
Fall Semester 2002
Digitalchem - Applying MPEG7 to Lecture Video Search Engine.
Information Extraction using FrameNet and WordNet.
Design of a Maintenance and Operations Recommender (MORE).
A Comparison of Relationship Visualization Tools.

Spring 2002
WhereIS: A locating service.

Fall Semester 2001
When MARC meets GIS.
Combining Two or More Information Resources to Provide a More Unified Search Capability.
Meeting the Distributed Challenge: Cheshire System's Present and Near Future.
Harnessing Peer-to-Peer for Multiple Writers.
Internet Archive: Documenting Ourselves to Death,
Distributed Information Rerieval Client-Server Model.
A Study on Search Engines.

Spring 2001 Searching the Impossible?! A simple prototype "smart search helper".
For Better Performance of Entry Vocabulary Indexes.
Union Catalog Architecture and "Hunting-Gathering".

Fall 2000
Medical Information for and from sub-Saharan Africa.
Multi-media Displays of Information.
Data Mining: Knowledge Finding in Information Access.
The New News Intermediaries.

Spring 2000
Modern Industrial Papermaking and its Consequences for Librarians.
XML Applications and related technologies.
Preliminary Research on Subdomain Indexes Special Vocabulary for Special Information Needs.
Fall 2001 schedule.   Spring 2002 schedule.