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The ?fth campaign of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF) for Eu- pean languages was held from January to September 2004. P... Weiterlesen
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The ?fth campaign of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF) for Eu- pean languages was held from January to September 2004. Participation in the CLEF campaigns has increased each year and CLEF 2004 was no exception: 55 groups submitted results for one or more of the di?erent tracks compared with 42 groups in the previous year. CLEF 2004 also marked a breaking point with respect to previous campaigns. The focus was no longer mainly concentrated on multilingual document retrieval as in previous years but was diversi?ed to include di?erent kinds of text retrieval across languages (e. g. , exact answers in the question-answering track) and retrieval on di?erent kinds of media (i. e. , not just plain text but collections containing image and speech as well). In ad- tion, increasing attention was given to issues that regard system usability and user satisfaction with tasks to measure the e?ectiveness of interactive systems or system components being included in both the cross-language question - swering and image retrieval tasks with the collaboration of the coordinators of the interactive track. The campaign culminated in a two-and-a-half-day workshop held in Bath, UK, 15-17 September, immediately following the 8th European Conference on Digital Libraries. The workshop was attended by nearly 100 researchers and s- tem developers.


What Happened in CLEF 2004?.- What Happened in CLEF 2004?.- I. Ad Hoc Text Retrieval Tracks.- CLEF 2004: Ad Hoc Track Overview and Results Analysis.- Selection and Merging Strategies for Multilingual Information Retrieval.- Using Surface-Syntactic Parser and Deviation from Randomness.- Cross-Language Retrieval Using HAIRCUT at CLEF 2004.- Experiments on Statistical Approaches to Compensate for Limited Linguistic Resources.- Application of Variable Length N-Gram Vectors to Monolingual and Bilingual Information Retrieval.- Integrating New Languages in a Multilingual Search System Based on a Deep Linguistic Analysis.- IR-n r2: Using Normalized Passages.- Using COTS Search Engines and Custom Query Strategies at CLEF.- Report on Thomson Legal and Regulatory Experiments at CLEF-2004.- Effective Translation, Tokenization and Combination for Cross-Lingual Retrieval.- Two-Stage Refinement of Transitive Query Translation with English Disambiguation for Cross-Language Information Retrieval: An Experiment at CLEF 2004.- Dictionary-Based Amharic - English Information Retrieval.- Dynamic Lexica for Query Translation.- SINAI at CLEF 2004: Using Machine Translation Resources with a Mixed 2-Step RSV Merging Algorithm.- Mono- and Crosslingual Retrieval Experiments at the University of Hildesheim.- University of Chicago at CLEF2004: Cross-Language Text and Spoken Document Retrieval.- UB at CLEF2004: Cross Language Information Retrieval Using Statistical Language Models.- MIRACLE's Hybrid Approach to Bilingual and Monolingual Information Retrieval.- Searching a Russian Document Collection Using English, Chinese and Japanese Queries.- Dublin City University at CLEF 2004: Experiments in Monolingual, Bilingual and Multilingual Retrieval.- Finnish, Portuguese and Russian Retrieval with Hummingbird SearchServerTM at CLEF 2004.- Data Fusion for Effective European Monolingual Information Retrieval.- The XLDB Group at CLEF 2004.- The University of Glasgow at CLEF 2004: French Monolingual Information Retrieval with Terrier.- II. Domain-Specific Document Retrieval.- The Domain-Specific Track in CLEF 2004: Overview of the Results and Remarks on the Assessment Process.- University of Hagen at CLEF 2004: Indexing and Translating Concepts for the GIRT Task.- IRIT at CLEF 2004: The English GIRT Task.- Ricoh at CLEF 2004.- GIRT and the Use of Subject Metadata for Retrieval.- III. Interactive Cross-Language Information Retrieval.- iCLEF 2004 Track Overview: Pilot Experiments in Interactive Cross-Language Question Answering.- Interactive Cross-Language Question Answering: Searching Passages Versus Searching Documents.- Improving Interaction with the User in Cross-Language Question Answering Through Relevant Domains and Syntactic Semantic Patterns.- Cooperation, Bookmarking, and Thesaurus in Interactive Bilingual Question Answering.- Summarization Design for Interactive Cross-Language Question Answering.- Interactive and Bilingual Question Answering Using Term Suggestion and Passage Retrieval.- IV. Multiple Language Question Answering.- Overview of the CLEF 2004 Multilingual Question Answering Track.- A Question Answering System for French.- Cross-Language French-English Question Answering Using the DLT System at CLEF 2004.- Experiments on Robust NL Question Interpretation and Multi-layered Document Annotation for a Cross-Language Question/Answering System.- Making Stone Soup: Evaluating a Recall-Oriented Multi-stream Question Answering System for Dutch.- The DIOGENE Question Answering System at CLEF-2004.- Cross-Lingual Question Answering Using Off-the-Shelf Machine Translation.- Bulgarian-English Question Answering: Adaptation of Language Resources.- Answering French Questions in English by Exploiting Results from Several Sources of Information.- Finnish as Source Language in Bilingual Question Answering.- miraQA: Experiments with Learning Answer Context Patterns from the Web.- Question Answering for Spanish Supported by Lexical Context Annotation.- Question Answering Using Sentence Parsing and Semantic Network Matching.- First Evaluation of Esfinge - A Question Answering System for Portuguese.- University of Évora in QA@CLEF-2004.- COLE Experiments at QA@CLEF 2004 Spanish Monolingual Track.- Does English Help Question Answering in Spanish?.- The TALP-QA System for Spanish at CLEF 2004: Structural and Hierarchical Relaxing of Semantic Constraints.- ILC-UniPI Italian QA.- Question Answering Pilot Task at CLEF 2004.- Evaluation of Complex Temporal Questions in CLEF-QA.- V. Cross-Language Retrieval in Image Collections.- The CLEF 2004 Cross-Language Image Retrieval Track.- Caption and Query Translation for Cross-Language Image Retrieval.- Pattern-Based Image Retrieval with Constraints and Preferences on ImageCLEF 2004.- How to Visually Retrieve Images from the St. Andrews Collection Using GIFT.- UNED at ImageCLEF 2004: Detecting Named Entities and Noun Phrases for Automatic Query Expansion and Structuring.- Dublin City University at CLEF 2004: Experiments with the ImageCLEF St. Andrew's Collection.- From Text to Image: Generating Visual Query for Image Retrieval.- Toward Cross-Language and Cross-Media Image Retrieval.- FIRE - Flexible Image Retrieval Engine: ImageCLEF 2004 Evaluation.- MIRACLE Approach to ImageCLEF 2004: Merging Textual and Content-Based Image Retrieval.- Cross-Media Feedback Strategies: Merging Text and Image Information to Improve Image Retrieval.- ImageCLEF 2004: Combining Image and Multi-lingual Search for Medical Image Retrieval.- Multi-modal Information Retrieval Using FINT.- Medical Image Retrieval Using Texture, Locality and Colour.- SMIRE: Similar Medical Image Retrieval Engine.- A Probabilistic Approach to Medical Image Retrieval.- UB at CLEF2004 Cross Language Medical Image Retrieval.- Content-Based Queries on the CasImage Database Within the IRMA Framework.- Comparison and Combination of Textual and Visual Features for Interactive Cross-Language Image Retrieval.- MSU at ImageCLEF: Cross Language and Interactive Image Retrieval.- VI. Cross-Language Spoken Document Retrieval.- CLEF 2004 Cross-Language Spoken Document Retrieval Track.- VII. Issues in CLIR and in Evaluation.- The Key to the First CLEF with Portuguese: Topics, Questions and Answers in CHAVE.- How Do Named Entities Contribute to Retrieval Effectiveness?.


Titel: Multilingual Information Access for Text, Speech and Images
Untertitel: 5th Workshop of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum, CLEF 2004, Bath, UK, September 15-17, 2004, Revised Selected Papers
EAN: 9783540320517
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Veröffentlichung: 25.08.2005
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Dateigrösse: 9.67 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 848

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