A REVIEW OF THE COGNITIVE INFORMATION RETRIEVAL CONCEPT, PROCESS AND TECHNIQUES | Abstract

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A REVIEW OF THE COGNITIVE INFORMATION RETRIEVAL CONCEPT, PROCESS AND TECHNIQUES

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The word "cognitive" refers to the thought process toward awareness or knowledge. In terms of Cognitive Science, it provides bridge between information processing, conceptualization of the resources, perceptual skills and topics related to the cognitive psychology. By retrieving information that based on cognitive concepts, process and techniques one can represent the current user’s information need, their problem state and domain work or area of interest in the outline of structure and casualties. This poly-representational approach leads to cognitive process which is multitasking in the way of perception, attention, interpretation, understanding and remembrance of human behaviour interaction. With the help of implementation techniques of relevance feedback which validate and provide reliability metrics to calculate user behaviour using knowledge domain visualization, Training frameworks provide users how to proceed in searching and retrieving information

Parul Kalra Bhatia, Chetna Choudhary, Dr. Deepti Mehtrotra and Dr Abdul Wahid

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