Recasting the context in information retrieval

I. Ruthven, F. Crestani (Editor), M. Girolami (Editor), C.J. van Rijsbergen (Editor)

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Abstract

The use of term co-occurrence information has a long history in information retrieval (IR). The aim is to exploit potential semantic relationships between terms that appear in the same documents. These are used to derive a structure either on the document collection (e.g. clustering) or on the terms (e.g. automatic thesaurus construction). An alternative approach is to use these relationships for relevance feedback.
LanguageEnglish
Pages68-72
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jul 1996
EventSecond International Workshop on Information retrieval, Logic and Uncertainty - Glasgow, Scotland
Duration: 12 Jul 1996 → …

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ConferenceSecond International Workshop on Information retrieval, Logic and Uncertainty
CityGlasgow, Scotland
Period12/07/96 → …

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Keywords

  • information retrieval
  • clustering
  • thesauri
  • relevance feedback

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Ruthven, I., Crestani, F. (Ed.), Girolami, M. (Ed.), & van Rijsbergen, C. J. (Ed.) (1996). Recasting the context in information retrieval. 68-72. Paper presented at Second International Workshop on Information retrieval, Logic and Uncertainty, Glasgow, Scotland, .
Ruthven, I. ; Crestani, F. (Editor) ; Girolami, M. (Editor) ; van Rijsbergen, C.J. (Editor). / Recasting the context in information retrieval. Paper presented at Second International Workshop on Information retrieval, Logic and Uncertainty, Glasgow, Scotland, .4 p.
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1996. 68-72 Paper presented at Second International Workshop on Information retrieval, Logic and Uncertainty, Glasgow, Scotland, .

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Ruthven I, Crestani F, (ed.), Girolami M, (ed.), van Rijsbergen CJ, (ed.). Recasting the context in information retrieval. 1996. Paper presented at Second International Workshop on Information retrieval, Logic and Uncertainty, Glasgow, Scotland, .