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Subject: Library and Information Science

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What are the five levels of relevance in information retrieval, according to Tefko Saracevic?

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Hello! Thank you for contacting TutorMe and selecting me as your tutor. Please give me a minute as I find the answer to your question. According to Tefko Saracevic, the five levels of relevance in information retrieval are the following: 1) system and algorithmic relevance 2) topical relevance 3) cognitive relevance 4) situational relevance 5) motivational relevance You can find more information from this article: Saracevic, Tefko. "Relevance reconsidered." Information science: Integration in perspectives. In Proceedings of the Second Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science. Vol. 1. No. 02. 1996. You should be able to access this article if your are a student through your university databases, such as Library and Information Science Abstracts (LISA).

Subject: Literature

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What Greek mythology was referenced to in the end scene of the film "The Lighthouse" by Robert Eggers?

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Hello! Thank you for contacting TutorMe and selecting me as your tutor. Please give me a moment as I find the answer to your question. According to Jake Kleinman in Inverse, the Greek myth the end scene refers to Prometheus. Here is the link: https://www.inverse.com/article/59950-the-lighthouse-spoilers-ending-explained-robert-eggers Prometheus was a god who stole fire from heaven to give it to humans. He was punished for this by being tied to a mountain and having his organs eaten out by birds for eternity. Here is a good resource for more information:https://www.theoi.com/Titan/TitanPrometheus.html Please let me know if that completely answers your question, or if you need anything else from me!

Subject: English

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What does the word "ubiquitous" mean?

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Hello! Thank you for using TutorMe and selecting me as your tutor. Please give me a moment as I find the answer to your question. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, "ubiquitous" is an adjective which means "seeming to be everywhere". One synonym is: "omnipresent". Here is the link: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/ubiquitous Was there anything else I can help you with today?

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