Accepted Papers

  • Creating a Persian-English Comparable Corpus
    Homa Baradaran Hashemi, Azadeh Shakery, and Heshaam Faili
  • Tie-breaking Bias: Effect of an Uncontrolled Parameter on Information Retrieval Evaluation
    Guillaume Cabanac, Gilles Hubert, Mohand Boughanem, and Claude Chrisment
  • A New Approach for Cross-Language Plagiarism Analysis
    Rafael Corezola Pereira, Viviane P. Moreira, and Renata Galante
  • Evaluating Information Extraction
    Andrea Esuli and Fabrizio Sebastiani
  • Which Log for which Information? Gathering Multilinguality Data from Different Log File Types
    Maria Gäde, Vivien Petras, and Juliane Stiller
  • Automated Component-Level Evaluation: Present and Future
    Allan Hanbury and Henning Müller
  • MapReduce for information retrieval evaluation: "Let's quickly test this on 12 TB of data"
    Djoerd Hiemstra and Claudia Hauff
  • Validating Query Simulators: An Experiment Using Commercial Searches and Purchases
    Bouke Huurnink, Katja Hofmann, Maarten de Rijke and, Marc Bron
  • A Dictionary- and Corpus-Independent Statistical Lemmatizer for Information Retrieval in Low Resource Languages
    Aki Loponen and Kalervo Järvelin
  • Examining the Robustness of Evaluation Metrics for Patent Retrieval with Incomplete Relevance Judgements
    Walid Magdy and Gareth Jones
  • On the Evaluation of Entity Profiles
    Maarten de Rijke, Krisztian Balog, Toine Bogers, and Antal van den Bosch
  • Using Parallel corpora for Multilingual(Multi-Document) Summarisation Evaluation
    Marco Turchi, Josef Steinberger, Ralf Steinberger, and Mijail Kabadjov