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Narrowed Extended XPath I (NEXI)
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We introduce NEXI, an extended version of XPath, as a query language for INEX. Expand
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Length normalization in XML retrieval
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We perform a comparative analysis of arbitrary elements versus relevant elements, and show the importance of length as a parameter for XML retrieval. Expand
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An Element-based Approach to XML Retrieval
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This paper describes the INEX 2003 participation of the Language & Inference Technology group of the University of Amsterdam. Expand
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Improving tag recommendation using social networks
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We propose an extendable framework that can recommend tags using a combination of different personalised and collective contexts that can significantly improve tag recommendation compared to using collective knowledge alone. Expand
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Classifying tags using open content resources
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Tagging has emerged as a popular means to annotate on-line objects such as bookmarks, photos and videos. Expand
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EuroGOV: Engineering a Multilingual Web Corpus
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EuroGOV is a multilingual web corpus that was created to serve as the document collection for WebCLEF, the CLEF 2005 web retrieval task. Expand
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NEXI, Now and Next
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NEXI was introduced in INEX 2004 as a query language for specifying structured and unstructured queries on XML documents. Expand
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Blueprint of a Cross-Lingual Web Retrieval Collection
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The world wide web is a natural setting for cross-lingual information retrieval; web content is essentially multilingual, and web searchers are often polyglots. Expand
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Faceted exploration of image search results
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This paper describes MediaFaces, a system that enables faceted exploration of media collections. The system is currently deployed in production by Yahoo!'s image search engine. Expand
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Focused information access using XML element retrieval
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