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Subject:indexing and searching research, talk on From:Maryann Corbett <maryann -at- MNROSDP -dot- REVISOR -dot- LEG -dot- STATE -dot- MN -dot- US> Date:Tue, 12 Sep 1995 13:09:06 -0500
The Twin Cities Chapter of the American Society of Indexers will hold a
meeting on September 30, 1995, at noon, at the Merriam Park Library in
Saint Paul (1831 Marshall Avenue, corner of Marshall and Fairview).
Our speaker will be Dan Dabney of the Electronic Products Development division
of West Publishing. His presentation is entitled "Are People Necessary?
Trends in Automatic Indexing and Natural Language Searching." He'll talk about
some recent developments in indexing and searching research.
Dan has a law degree as well as degrees in library and
information science, and he has taught at library schools and has run
an information brokerage.
There is no charge for the meeting, and information science folks of all
kinds are especially welcome. Feel free to bring a bag lunch. After the
presentation, introduce yourself, meet some indexers. and learn about ASI.
Questions? Call Maryann Corbett, chapter chair, at 612-297-2952 (work) or
612-645-5985 (home), or send e-mail to
maryann -dot- corbett -at- revisor -dot- leg -dot- state -dot- mn -dot- us