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Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: Welcome and Introduction (1995)
Robert Constable opened the conference entitled 30 years of Information Retrieval at Cornell- A SMART Celebration on April 22, 1995-01-01. Summarization of Professor Salton's impact on the Computer Science Department...

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; SMART; Cornell; 30 Years; Computer Science; Robert Constable; Christ Buckely; Welcome; Introduction
Duration: 00:19:55
Popularity (downloads): 1665
 
Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: Wrapup (1995)
Robert Constable closed the conference by acknowledgement to Gerard Salton for the accomplishment of 30 years of IR through SMART at the Department of Computer Science, Cornell University.

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; IR; SMART; Cornell; Gerard Salton; Robert Constable
Duration: 00:00:56
Popularity (downloads): 1242
 
Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: Tape #3 Full (1995)
On April 22, 1995-01-01, information retrieval researchers from Europe and the United States gathered to honor Gerard Salton and the achievements of the SMART group over the past 30 years...

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; IR; SMART; Cornell; Gerard Salton; Chris Buckley; Robert Constable; Future of Information Retrieval
Duration: 00:29:58
Popularity (downloads): 1568
 
Body Care and Grooming (1948)
Exhaustive (and sexist) explanation of personal care and daily habits of cleanliness, demonstrating how to keep the skin, hair, nails, and teeth clean and healthy. Partially filmed at Cornell University,...

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Health and hygiene;Colleges and universities;Gender roles;
Duration: 00:17:03
Popularity (downloads): 1096
 
Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: IR other than Statistics? (1995)
The second speaker, William Cooper, gave the talk - Can IR founded on any science other than statistitcs?

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; IR; SMART; Cornell; 30 Years; Computer Science; William Cooper; Science; Statistics
Duration: 00:30:47
Popularity (downloads): 1285
 
Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: What for everyone else? (1995)
Michael Lesk as a past student of Salton gave a talk titled "Information is the opium of nerds: What can we do for everyone else?".

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; SMART; Cornell; 30 Years; Computer Science; Michael Lesk; Information; Everyone Else
Duration: 00:30:58
Popularity (downloads): 543
 
Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: Influence of SMART on IR Systems #2 (1995)
Michael Mcgill as a past collaborator talked about his own history with SMART and some the implications of SMART from a personal perspective.

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; SMART; Cornell; 30 Years; Computer Science; Michael McGill; Implications; Commercial Systems
Duration: 00:12:26
Popularity (downloads): 1280
 
Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: Influence of SMART on IR Systems #1.2 (1995)
Discussion after Donna Harman's talk on application of research concept (i.e. relevance feedback) in commercial systems.

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; SMART; Cornell; 30 Years; Computer Science; Influence; Commercial Systems; Relevance Feedback
Duration: 00:06:18
Popularity (downloads): 1287
 
Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: A Unified Model for IR? (1995)
The first speaker of the conference, Keith van Rijsbergen, presented the talk - On a point of information: Is there a unified model for IR?

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; IR; SMART; Cornell; 30 Years; Computer Science; Keith van Rijsbergen; Unified Model
Duration: 00:40:58
Popularity (downloads): 4276
 
Salton Honored - A SMART Celebration: Testing Predictions (1995)
Karen Sparck Jones from Cambridge, England, presented "Testing predictions: It's all a matter of experiment."

Genre: Lecture
Keywords: Information Retrieval; SMART; Cornell; 30 Years; Computer Science; Karen Sparck Jones; Testing Predictions; Experiment
Duration: 00:40:45
Popularity (downloads): 859
 

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