6 edition of Evaluation of Cross-Language Information Retrieval Systems found in the catalog.
September 17, 2002
Written in English
|Contributions||Carol Peters (Editor), Martin Braschler (Editor), Julio Gonzalo (Editor), Michael Kluck (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||601|
Key Terms in this Chapter. Evaluation Measures: Many different measures for evaluating the performance of information retrieval systems have been evaluation of QA systemS has been carried out by the traditional evaluation measures based on the relevance (precision and MAP), and also, by other specific measures like MRR, TRR and : Juncal Gutiérrez-Artacho, María-Dolores Olvera-Lobo. Dictionary-based techniques for cross-language information retrieval q Gina-Anne Levow a,*, Douglas W. Oard b, Philip Resnik c a Department of Computer Science, University of Chicago, E. 58th Street, Chicago, IL , USA b College of Information Studies and Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, MD , USA c Department of Linguistics and.
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International communication and multitude of information in several languages require information retrieval systems that can cross language borders. Cross-language information retrieval (CLIR) is defined as the retrieval of documents in another language than the language of the request or query in Anurag Seetha, et al (). The language of request is the source language and the language of. An information retrieval (IR) system is designed to analyse, process and store sources of information and retrieve those that match a particular user's requirements. A bewildering range of techniques is now available to the information professional attempting to successfully retrieve information.
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Evaluation of Cross-Language Information Retrieval Systems Second Workshop of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum, CLEFDarmstadt, Germany, SeptemberRevised Papers. Editors: Braschler, Martin, Gonzalo, Julio, Kluck, Michael (Eds.) Free Preview. The first day of the workshop was open to anyone interested in the area of Cross-Language Information Retrieval (CLIR) and addressed the topic of CLIR system evaluation.
The goal was to identify the actual contribution of evaluation to system development and to determine what could be done in the future to stimulate progress. Cross-language information retrieval (CLIR) is a subfield of information retrieval dealing with retrieving information written in a language different from the language of the user's query.
The term "cross-language information retrieval" has many synonyms, of which the following are perhaps the most frequent: cross-lingual information retrieval, translingual information retrieval, multilingual. This gives rise to the problem of cross-language information retrieval (CLIR), whose goal is to find relevant information written in a different language to a query.
In addition to the problems of monolingual information retrieval (IR), translation is the key problem in CLIR: one should translate either the query or the documents from a Cited by: Multilingual Information Retrieval: are also covered that help readers to understand how to develop retrieval systems that cross language boundaries.
Their work is divided into six chapters and accompanies the reader step-by-step through the various stages involved in building, using and evaluating MLIR systems. “In this book the Cited by: The Cross-Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF) provides an infrastructure aimed at supporting the development, testing and evaluation of systems for cross-language information retrieval, and for mono.
Information retrieval (IR) is the activity of obtaining information system resources that are relevant to an information need from a collection of those resources. Searches can be based on full-text or other content-based indexing. Information retrieval is the science of searching for information in a document, searching for documents themselves, and also searching for the metadata that.
Standard test collections Here is a list of the most standard test collections and evaluation series. We focus particularly on test collections for ad hoc information retrieval system evaluation, but also mention a couple of similar test collections for text classification.
The Cranfield collection. This was the pioneering test collection in. Carol Peters is a researcher at the Italian National Research Council’s “Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione.” Her main research activities concern the development of multilingual access mechanisms for digital libraries and evaluation methodologies for.
Get this from a library. Evaluation of cross-language information retrieval systems: Second Workshop of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum, CLEFDarmstadt, Germany, Septemberrevised papers. [C Peters; Cross-Language Evaluation Forum. Workshop] -- This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the Second Workshop of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum.
Get this from a library. Evaluation of cross-language information retrieval systems: Second Workshop of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum, CLEFDarmstadt, Germany, Septemberrevised papers.
[C Peters; Cross-Language Evaluation Forum. Workshop]. The aim of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF) is to develop and maintain an infrastructure for the evaluation of information retrieval systems operating on European languages in both. Online edition (c) Cambridge UP 8 Evaluation in information retrieval assumed to have a certain tolerance for seeing some false positives provid- = 1 1File Size: KB.
This book is an essential reference to cutting-edge issues and future directions in information retrieval. Information retrieval (IR) can be defined as the process of representing, managing, searching, retrieving, and presenting information.
Good IR involves understanding information needs and interests, developing an effective search technique. This book is an essential reference to cutting-edge issues and future directions in information retrieval Information retrieval (IR) can be defined as the process of representing, managing, searching, retrieving, and presenting information.
Good IR involves understanding information needs and interests, developing an effective search technique, system, presentation, distribution and delivery. Cross-Language Information Retrieval (CLIR): A subfield of information retrieval dealing with retrieving information written in a language different from the language of the user’s query.
Cross-Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF): It runs a series of evaluation campaigns testing monolingual and cross-language information retrieval by: 1.
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Cross-Language Information Retrieval Jian-Yun Nie Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce. Carol Peters is a researcher at the Italian National Research Council's "Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione." Her main research activities concern the development of multilingual access mechanisms for digital libraries and evaluation methodologies for cross-language information retrieval systems/5(2).
Multilingual Information Retrieval – From Research to Practice by Carol Peters, Martin Braschler, Paul Clough ISBN: The fundamental concept of Multilingual Information Retrieval is computer usage aimed at surmounting language boundaries both for information in the WWW and for many other purposes, such as military intelligence or defense, international trading, inventions .