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Excavation of Pictish and Viking-age farmsteads at Buckquoy, Orkney
HY 243282. Excavation revealed five superimposed farmsteads and quantities of finds. Phases I-II were Pictish, 7th to early 8th centuries, with a distinctive 'figure-of-eight' shaped house plan inExpand
Excavation of a Neolithic Farmstead at Knap of Howar, Papa Westray, Orkney
Nouvelle fouille de 2 maisons en pierre et d'amas de coquilles associes. L'ensemble est interprete comme une ferme de la fin du IVe mill. B. C. La ceramique est de type Unstan. Nombreux poincons enExpand
Citation context analysis for information retrieval
The main hypothesis that citation terms enhance a full-text representation of scientific papers is proven and the construction of a new, realistic test collection of scientific research papers is documented, with references and associated citations automatically annotated. Expand
Comparing citation contexts for information retrieval
This work investigates how to select text from around the citations in order to extract good index terms, and examines the benefits of more complex, linguistically motivated methods for extracting citation index terms over a fixed window of terms. Expand
Neolithic Orkney in its European context
Orkney, newly-designated as a world heritage site, has numerous well-preserved Neolithic monuments which give insights into the lives of neolithic peoples in Britain and beyond. This text discussesExpand
How to Find Better Index Terms Through Citations
We consider the question of how information from the textual context of citations in scientific papers could improve indexing of the cited papers. We first present examples which show that theExpand
Comparing Stream Restoration Project Effectiveness Using a Programmatic Evaluation of Salmonid Habitat and Fish Response
AbstractHundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on stream restoration projects to benefit salmonids and other aquatic species across the Pacific Northwest, though only a small percentage ofExpand
Creating a Test Collection for Citation-based IR Experiments
The approach is based on the Cranfield 2 tests but uses as its vehicle a current conference; research questions and relevance judgements of all cited papers are elicited from conference authors and the resultant test collection comprises scientific articles rather than newspaper text and allows for IR experiments that include citation information. Expand