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Stephanie W Haas
Stephanie W Haas
School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Verified email at email.unc.edu
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Readers, authors, and page structure: A discussion of four questions arising from a content analysis of Web pages
SW Haas, ES Grams
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 51 (2), 181, 2000
1472000
Information-seeking behavior and use of social science faculty studying stateless nations: A case study
LI Meho, SW Haas
Library & Information Science Research 23 (1), 5-25, 2001
1062001
Page and link classifications: connecting diverse resources
SW Haas, ES Grams
Proceedings of the third ACM Conference on Digital libraries, 99-107, 1998
961998
The constituent object parser: syntactic structure matching for information retrieval
DP Metzler, SW Haas
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) 7 (3), 292-316, 1989
731989
Evaluation of emergency medical text processor, a system for cleaning chief complaint text data
DA Travers, SW Haas
Academic emergency medicine 11 (11), 1170-1176, 2004
662004
Using nurses’ natural language entries to build a concept-oriented terminology for patients’ chief complaints in the emergency department
DA Travers, SW Haas
Journal of biomedical informatics 36 (4-5), 260-270, 2003
532003
A Link Taxonomy for Web Pages.
SW Haas, ES Grams
Proceedings of the ASIS Annual Meeting 35, 485-95, 1998
501998
Sublanguage terms: Dictionaries, usage, and automatic classification
RM Losee, SW Haas
Journal of the American Society for Information Science 46 (7), 519-529, 1995
351995
Conjunction, ellipsis, and other discontinuous constituents in the constituent object parser
DP Metzler, SW Haas, CL Cosic, CA Weise
Information Processing & Management 26 (1), 53-71, 1990
321990
Constituent object parsing for information retrieval and similar text processing problems
DP Metzler, SW Haas, CL Cosic, LH Wheeler
Journal of the American Society for Information Science 40 (6), 398-423, 1989
301989
The dark side of facilitation: native shrubs facilitate exotic annuals more strongly than native annuals
JE Lucero, T Noble, S Haas, M Westphal, HS Butterfield, CJ Lortie
NeoBiota 44, 75, 2019
292019
Integration of syndromic surveillance data into public health practice at state and local levels in North Carolina
E Samoff, A Waller, A Fleischauer, A Ising, MK Davis, M Park, SW Haas, ...
Public Health Reports 127 (3), 310-317, 2012
272012
Emergency department data for bioterrorism surveillance: electronic data availability, timeliness, sources and standards
DA Travers, A Waller, SW Haas, WB Lober, C Beard
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2003, 664, 2003
262003
Disciplinary variation in automatic sublanguage term identification
SW Haas
Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48 (1), 67-79, 1997
251997
Looking in text windows: Their size and composition
SW Haas, RM Losee Jr
Information processing & management 30 (5), 619-629, 1994
241994
Toward the automatic identification of sublanguage vocabulary
SW Haas, S He
Information Processing & Management 29 (6), 721-732, 1993
241993
Understanding statistical concepts and terms in context: The GovStat Ontology and the Statistical Interactive Glossary
SW Haas, MC Pattuelli, RT Brown
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2003
232003
Natural language processing: toward large-scale, robust systems
SW Haas
Annual review of information science and technology (ARIST) 31, 83-119, 1996
231996
Toward vocabulary control for chief complaint
SW Haas, D Travers, JE Tintinalli, D Pollock, A Waller, E Barthell, C Burt, ...
Academic Emergency Medicine 15 (5), 476-482, 2008
222008
Toward a statistical knowledge network
G Marchionini, S Haas, C Plaisant, B Shneiderman, C Hert
Proceedings of the 2003 annual national conference on Digital government …, 2003
222003
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