Information Capture and Access

The information capture and access research group works on ways that computers can locate information in the ever increasing volume of online data, determine its structure, and extract the information for human users. The group was founded by John Hopcroft and Jim Davis in 1992.

Current areas of research

The group consists of Cornell researchers Dean Krafft and visiting scientist Jim Davis as well as a number of graduate and undergraduate students.

Fall 95: The project is not active any longer. - JRD

Publications

James Allan et al. Information Agents for Building Hyperlinks, Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, 1993.