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The setting of the term frequency normalization hyper-parameter suffers from the query dependence and collection dependence problems, which remarkably hurt the robustness of the retrieval performance. Our study in this article investigates three term frequency normalization methods, namely...
Eleven variants of six widely used open-source spam filters are tested on a chronological sequence of 49086 e-mail messages received by an individual from August 2003 through March 2004. Our approach differs from those previously reported in that the test set is large, comprises uncensored raw...
The discovery of a person's meaningful places involves obtaining the physical locations and their labels for a person's places that matter to his daily life and routines. This problem is driven by the requirements from emerging location-aware applications, which allow a user to pose queries and...
XML is a rather verbose representation of semistructured data, which may require huge amounts of storage space. We propose a summarized representation of XML data, based on the concept of instance pattern, which can both provide succinct information and be directly queried. The physical...
Documents with timestamps, such as email and news, can be placed along a timeline. The timeline for a set of documents returned in response to a query gives an indication of how documents relevant to that query are distributed in time. Examining the timeline of a query result set allows us to...
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