MULTI-LEVEL FILE STRUCTURE AS A FRAME OF REFERENCE FOR MEASURING USER INTEREST.
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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The logic of a multi-level file structure as a frame of reference for measuring user interest was tested in an exercise using 39 subject specialists to evaluate a random sample of 444 documents drawn from a population of approximately 50,000 documents. The measure accessibility scale proved to have low reliability .44 but yielded multiple correlations as high as .75 with a cross validity of .68 with sets of 5 to 7 independent variables in the regression equations. Author
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