Advances in Computers, Vol. 30 by Marshall C. Yovits

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1985b). A Work Station-Based Approach to Text Retrieval and Manipulation. Proc. First lnt. Conf. Computer Workstations, pp. 11-14. Hollaar, L. A,, and Stellhorn, W. H. (1977). A Specialized Architecture for Textual Information Retrieval. Proc. Nat. Computer Conf. pp. 697-702. Hollaar, L. A,, and Roberts, D. C. (1978). Current Research Into Specialized Processors for Text Information Retrieval. Fourth lnt. Conf. Very Large Databases, pp. 270-279. A,, Hurley, B. , Kurch, D. , Laurie, D. I W. S..

1982),Zaky (1976),and Zarri (1984). 5. Commercial Text Retrieval Machines Recent advances in technology have made it economically feasible to implement special-purpose text retrieval machines. As a result, several architectures suitable for searching textual databases have surfaced during the 1980s. In this section, some of these machines will be surveyed. 1 Utah Retrieval System Architecture (URSA) The Utah Retrieval System Architecture (URSA), initially proposed in 1982, is a workstation-based approach to text retrieval and manipulation.

Proc. Fifth Znt. Conf. Information Retrieval, pp. 80-97. Bird, R. M. The Associative File Processor, A Special Purpose Hardware System for Text Search and Retrieval. IEEE Ch. 1449-8, pp. 443-450. Bird, R. , Tu, J. , and Worthy R. M. (1977). Associative/Parallel Processors for Searching Very Large Textual Databases. Third Workshop on Computer Architecture for Non-Numeric Processing, pp. 8- 16. Bird, R. , et al. (1978). Text File Inversion: An Evaluation. Fourth Workshop on Computer Architecture f o r Non-Numeric Processing, pp.

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