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INN: An Intelligent Negotiating Neural Network for Information Systems: A Design Model
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Information Processing & Management Volume 30, Number 5, ISSN 0306-4573

Abstract

Presents an Intelligent Negotiating Neural Network Design Model for solving the problem of poor information retrieval in subject searches of online catalogs. The purpose of the network, its architecture, and three different sessions of the user interface are described. Nineteen figures showing screens of the three sessions are appended. (Contains 42 references.) (KRN)

Citation

Meghabghab, G.V. & Meghabghab, D.B. (1994). INN: An Intelligent Negotiating Neural Network for Information Systems: A Design Model. Information Processing & Management, 30(5), 663. Retrieved September 26, 2020 from .

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