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SIGIR 2011 Previews

June 1, 2011 Leave a comment

Accepted SIGIR 2011 authors have started posting their papers online, so I have decided to collect them here.  Please comment on the ones you think are the most interesting and important.  As I get more papers, I’ll edit this post to add them. Nima Asadi, Don Metzler, Tamer Elsayed, and Jimmy Lin, “Pseudo Test Collections for Learning Web Search Ranking Functions”

Evangelos Kanoulas, Ben Carterette, Paul D. Clough, and Mark Sanderson, “Evaluating Multi-Query Sessions”

Michael Bendersky, Don Metzler, and Bruce Croft, “Parameterized Concept Weighting in Verbose Queries” Rodrygo L. T. Santos, Craig Macdonald, and Iadh Ounis, “Intent-Aware Search Result Diversification” Elad Yom-Tov, Fernando Diaz, “Out of sight, not out of mind: On the effect of social and physical detachment on information need” Tetsuya Sakai and Ruihua Song, “Evaluating Diversified Search Results Using Per-intent Graded Relevance” Ferhan Ture, Tamer Elsayed, and Jimmy Lin. “No Free Lunch: Brute Force vs. Locality-Sensitive Hashing for Cross-lingual Pairwise Similarity” Ben Carterette, “System Effectiveness, User Models, and User Utility: A Conceptual Framework for Investigation” Manos Tsagkias, Maarten de Rijke, and Wouter Weerkamp, “Hypergeometric Language Models for Republished Article Finding” Wouter Weerkamp, Bogomil Kovachev, Richard Berendsen, Edgar Meij, Krisztian Balog, and Maarten de Rijke, “People Searching for People: Analysis of a People Search Engine Log” Daveid Elsweiler, Morgan Harvey, Martin Hacker, “Understanding Re-finding behavior in Naturalistic Email Interaction Logs” David Elsweiler, David E. Losada, José Carlos Toucedo, Ronald T. Fernández, “Seeding Simulated Queries with User-study Data for Personal Search Evaluation” Aleksander Stupar and Sebastian Michel, “PICASSO – To Sing you must Close Your Eyes and Draw” Avishek Anand, Srikanta Bedathur, Klaus Berberich, Ralf Schenkel, “Temporal Index Sharding for Space-Time Efficiency in Archive Search”

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