E-LIB Bremen -- Automatische Empfehlungsdienste für Fachdatenbanken im Bibliothekskatalog/ Metadatenpools als Wissensbasis für bestandsunabhängige Services

Blenkle, Martin; Ellis, Rachel; Haake, Elmar
June 2009
Bibliotheksdienst;2009, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p618
Trade Publication
The article presents information about the E-LIB search engine and its use in German libraries. The steps involved in the engine's searching process are described, including comments on the expert suggestion services offered by the library search engine. Further information is given regarding the method of data-gathering used to provide the suggestion services offered by the E-LIB search engine.


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