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By Allan Hanbury, Gabriella Kazai, Andreas Rauber, Norbert Fuhr

This booklet constitutes the lawsuits of the thirty seventh ecu convention on IR learn, ECIR 2015, held in Vienna, Austria, in March/April 2015. The forty four complete papers, forty-one poster papers and seven demonstrations awarded including three keynotes during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 305 submissions. the focal point of the papers have been on following issues: aggregated seek and variety, class, cross-lingual and discourse, potency, evaluate, occasion mining and summarisation, details extraction, recommender structures, semantic and graph-based versions, sentiment and opinion, social media, particular seek projects, temporal types and lines, subject and record types, person habit and reproducible IR.

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By Allan Hanbury, Gabriella Kazai, Andreas Rauber, Norbert Fuhr

This booklet constitutes the lawsuits of the thirty seventh ecu convention on IR learn, ECIR 2015, held in Vienna, Austria, in March/April 2015. The forty four complete papers, forty-one poster papers and seven demonstrations awarded including three keynotes during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 305 submissions. the focal point of the papers have been on following issues: aggregated seek and variety, class, cross-lingual and discourse, potency, evaluate, occasion mining and summarisation, details extraction, recommender structures, semantic and graph-based versions, sentiment and opinion, social media, particular seek projects, temporal types and lines, subject and record types, person habit and reproducible IR.

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They experimentally show that weighting query aspects improves the state-of-the-art SRD approaches. , [2,4,10,12]). For instance, Diaz and Metzler [10] present a mixture of relevance models, by which they found that combining multiple external resources improves the relevance of the results in terms of precision. Bendersky et al. [2] collect expansion terms (concepts) from newswire and Web corpora. He et al. [12] propose the combination of click-logs, anchor text and web n-grams to generate related terms for query expansion, and show that combining several resources allows to select high-quality expansion terms.

05) more frequent in bundles with Wiki pivots, there is a trend that suggest a complementarity relationships between different types of pivots and ornaments. Images appear more frequently in bundles centred around Wiki pivots, whereas QA documents complement General Web pivots more often. Table 35 also shows that, as bundle vertical diversity increases, ornament documents (such as Video) tend to be assessed as more relevant, whereas GW are assessed as being less relevant. This suggests that relevance becomes distributed across different verticals in more diverse bundles.

Uk Exploring Composite Retrieval from the Users’ Perspective 19 Given two bundles bi , bj ∈ B, with their respective titles ti , tj , where B is the set of all user-generated bundles on a given topic, we assume that two bundles focus on the same subtopic if their titles mutually have the highest semantic similarity score: max({ ∀bk ∈ B, i = k | sim(ti , tk ) }) = sim(ti , tj ) max({ ∀bk ∈ B, j = k | sim(tj , tk ) }) = sim(tj , ti ) This measure of title similarity is used to determine participant agreement on bundle subtopic: we want to determine whether participants building bundles on a given topic choose to focus their bundles on common subtopics.

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