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The previous two MF/IR workshops (ACM SIGIR 2000 MF/IR 2000, Athens, Greece, and ACM SIGIR 2001 MF/IR 2001, New Orleans, USA) showed that the mathematical/formal results achieved in Information Retrieval (IR) could be organized into a coherent theoretical framework, that they brought new...
As the Web is becoming a worldwide phenomenon we need to understand what searching trends are emerging across different global regions. Are there regional differences in Web searching? What are the differences between searching by the United States population compared to Europeans? As part of a...
This article presents a high-level discussion of some problems in information retrieval that are unique to web search engines. The goal is to raise awareness and stimulate research in these areas.
The previous workshop on "XML and Information Retrieval" was held in the context of SIGIR'2000 (Athens, Greece) and showed that there is a serious interest in managing semi-structured data from an IR (i.e., unstructured) perspective rather than from the dominating database (i.e., structured)...
We measure the WT10g test collection, used in the TREC-9 and TREC 2001 Web Tracks, and the .GOV test collection used in the TREC 2002 Web and Interactive Tracks, with common measures used in the web topology community, in order to see if these collections "look like" the web. This is not an idle...
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