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64202009-0540numerical taxonomy in 258
Cheng, Chin Pang, et al. Improving access to and understanding of regulations through taxonomies (Lang.: eng). - In: Government information quarterly, 26(2009)2, pp.238-245.

119611995-0159numerical taxonomy in 258
Young, S.J.; Woodland,P.C.. State clustering in hidden Markov model-based continuous speech recognition (Lang.: eng). - In: Computer Speech and Language. (1994)8,p.369-383.

120561995-0376numerical taxonomy in pure chemistry 258-26
Attias, R.; Petitjean, M. Statistical analysis of atom topological neighourhoods and multivariate representation of a large chemical file (Lang.: eng). - In: J.Chem.Inform.& Comput.Sci. Vol. 33. No. 5. 1993. p.649-56.

117681994-0874numerical taxonomy in 258-327
Janssen, L.L.F.; Wel, F.J.M. van der. Accuracy assessment of satellite derived land-cover data: a review (Lang.: eng). - In: Photogramm.Eng.Remote Sensing. 60(1994)4,p.419-426. Accuracy assessment of land-cover classifications derived froom remote sensing data has been recognized as a valuable tool in judging the fitness of these data for a particular application. The article aims at contributing to this discussion by means of a review based on a division into positional and thematic accuracy. (Author, abbr.)

102781990-1-097numerical taxonomy in geography 258-39
Vogel, F.; Forschungsstelle für Numerische Klassifikation. Unterentwicklung - Entwicklung.Eine Studie zur Einteilung der Länder anhand von Merkmalen aus den Bereichen 'Wirtschaft' und 'Bevölkerkung und ik' sowie 'Grundbedürfnisse und Soziales' 'Polit (Lang.: ger). - Bamberg, DE, Universität, 1989. pp. 127.

108691990-0897numerical taxonomy in geography 258-39
Benediktsson, J.A.; Swain, P.H. Consensus theoretic classification methods (Lang.: eng). - In: IEEE Transact.on Syst.,Man &.Vol.22.No.4.1992.p.688-704. Adoption of the consensus theory for classifying geographic data from multiple sources

116291993-0897numerical taxonomy in geography 258-39
Benediktsson, J.A.; Swain, P.H.. Consensus theoretic classification methods (Lang.: eng). - In: IEEE Transact.on Syst.,Man &... Vol. 22. No. 4. p.688-704. Adoption of the consensus theory for classifying geographic data from multiple sources.

122341995-0767conceptology systems theory 258-51/4
Chute, C.G.; Yang, Y. An overview of statistical methods for the classification and retrieval of patient events (Lang.: eng). - In: Meth.Inform.in Medicine. Vol. 34. No. 1/2. 1995. p.104-110. A least squares fit alternative for the computer assisted indexing and retrieval of biomedical texts was developed. The technique demonstrated equivalent or superior retrieval performance when compared to all other textual retrieval techniques

109631990-1-098numerical taxonomy in 258-513
Liang, J.J.; Clarson, V. A new approach to classification of brainwaves (Lang.: eng). - In: Pattern Recognition.Vol.22.No.6.1989.p.767-774.

108701990-0898numerical taxonomy in special medicine 258-53
Shaw, W.M.Jr. Controlled and uncontrolled subject descriptions in the CF database: A comparison of optimal cluster-based retrieval results (Lang.: eng). - In: Inform.Process.& Management.Vol.29.No.6.1993.p.751-763.

116301993-0898numerical taxonomy in special medicine 258-53
Shaw, W.M.Jr.. Controlled and uncontrolled subject descriptions in the CF database: A comparison of optimal cluster-based retrieval results (Lang.: eng). - In: Inform.Process.& Management. Vol. 29. No. 6. p.751-763.

126401996-1021numerical taxonomy in building 258-75
Kirriemuir, J.W.; Willett, P.. Clustering the output of multi-database online searches (Lang.: eng). - In: Inform.Research Notes. Vol. 5, No. 2. 1994. p.12-17.

122351995-0768numerical taxonomy in 258-823
Grivel, L.; Mutschke, P., Polanco, X. Thematic mapping on bibliographic databases by cluster analysis: A description of the SDOC environment with SOLIS (Lang.: eng). - In: Knowl.Org. Vol. 22. No. 2. 1995. p.70-77. A co-word analysis-based system called SDOC is presented which is able to support the intellectual work of an end-user who is searching in a bibliographic database. This is done by presenting its thematical structure as a map of keyword clusters (themes). on a graphical user interface. These mapping facilities are demonstrated on the basis of the research field Social History given by a set of documents from the social science literature database SOLIS

119601995-0158numerical taxonomy in linguistics 258-91
McDermott, E.; Katagiri, Sh.. Prototype-based minimum classification error/generalized probabilistic descent training for various speech units (Lang.: eng). - In: Computer Speech and Language. (1994)8,p.351-368.

126411996-1022numerical taxonomy in 258-918
Holman, E.W.. Quantitative properties of the evolution and classification of languages (Lang.: eng). - In: J. Classif. Vol. 13, No. 1. 1996. p.27-56.

126421996-1023numerical taxonomy in 258-992
Ledger, G.. An exploration of differences in the Pauline Epistles using multivariate statistical analysis (Lang.: eng). - In: Literary & Linguistic Comput. Vol. 10, No. 2. 1995. p.85-97.

119591995-0157258, 753
Kirriemuir, J.W.; Willett, P.. Clustering the output of multi-database online searches (Lang.: eng). - In: Inform.Research Notes. 5(1994)2,p.12-17.

120571995-0377258. 932
Dou, H.; Hassanaly, P., Huot, C., Coupet, P. Advanced services through INTERNET network (Lang.: eng). - In: Cahiers de la Documentation. No. 4. 1994. p.159-165. Proposal to use statistical classification procedures on downloaded data from the Internet in order to openthe way to new information packages



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