Narges Tavakolpoursaleh

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The Living Labs for Information Retrieval (LL4IR) lab was held for the first time at CLEF and GESIS participated in this pilot evaluation. We took part in the product search task and describe our system that is based on the Solr search engine and includes a re-reranking based on historical click data. This brief workshop note also includes some preliminary(More)
We introduce the idea of developing a standard extension for common search engines and repository systems. This would not only increase the number of possible living labs participants on the site level but would additionally bring some other benefits like common standards and practices. We already developed such an extension for the repository system DSpace(More)
The TREC 2016 OpenSearch track is focused on ad-hoc search for scientific literature. Three scientific search engines and document repositories were part of this living lab-centered evaluation campaign: (1) CiteSeerX, (2) Microsoft Academic Search, and (3) SSOAR Social Science Open Access Repository. The authors of this paper are also responsible for the(More)
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