Electronic books Science and Technology Computer and Information Science. Manning, P. Raghavan and H. Schütze. 08 Evaluation in information retrieval. Information. Retrieval. Christopher D. Manning. Prabhakar Raghavan. Hinrich Schütze. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, England. The book aims to provide a modern approach to information retrieval from a computer science perspective. It is based on a course we have been teaching in .

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To realize our system, we apply the Semantic Associative Search Method to the system. The Semantic Associative Search Method makes it possible to compute semantic relationships between words and documents according to a given context dynamically. The important features of our system are distilled to the three points: 1 a user can obtain and analyze IR-related documents by using general words even if the user does not have special knowledge of IR, 2 a user can analyze both time-varying and source-specific semantics of IR-related documents, 3 a user can acquire IR-related information that maintains relevancies to IR expertise. This new semantic retrieval environment for IR field is realized by creating a semantic vector space where document data with metadata of both technical terms and general words can be mapped, and also by applying a learning system to the IR document database, which can adapt retrieval results to individual context and improve accuracy of the database. To verify the feasibility and the practical effectiveness of our system, we performed qualitative and quantitative experiments with the evaluation by IR experts.

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In closing, it covers issues related to the evaluation of Mobile IR applications. Overall, the book offers a valuable tool, helping new and veteran researchers alike to navigate this exciting and highly dynamic area of research. He has co-edited 9 books and published over refereed papers in these areas of research. His current research interests include Information Retrieval and mobile contextual information access.

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He published more than refereed papers, several as a single author, received some international awards for best papers, and authored two books on Java programming. He had an active role in several research projects at regional, national, and European level.

He is co-author of several peer-reviewed papers and of a textbook on server-side web technologies. He worked in several research and technology transfer projects at regional, national and international level.

It is also an important summary of the mobile IR literature.

Despite its relatively short length less than pages without reference , it manages to pack in a huge amount of useful information. JavaScript is currently disabled, this site works much better if you enable JavaScript in your browser.

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About this book This book offers a helpful starting point in the scattered, rich, and complex body of literature on Mobile Information Retrieval Mobile IR , reviewing more than papers in nine chapters.