Thomas Sødring

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As part of the celebration of twenty-five years of ACM SIGIR conferences we performed a content analysis of all papers published in the proceedings of SIGIR conferences, including those from 2002. From this we determined, using information retrieval approaches of course, which topics had come and gone over the last two and a half decades, and which topics(More)
As the end of Moores-law is on the horizon, power becomes a limiting factor to continuous increases in performance gains for single-core processors. Processor engineers have shifted to the multicore paradigm and many-core processors are a reality. Within the context of these multicore chips, three key metrics point themselves out as being of major(More)
Geneticists today spend as much time cataloguing and analysing digital data as they do in wet labs. One of the key problems they face, is that of identifying genes and publications that are relevant to their work or research. This paper describes an approach to retrieval that incorporates structural MeSH heading data into the search process. In particular,(More)
Y ears ago, the vision of a computational grid received considerable attention. The idea that computational power should be as readily available over the Internet as electrical power is over the power grid is appealing, and it inspired researchers worldwide to launch many new research projects and programs addressing different issues. Even though academic(More)
Technology has brought us to the point where we are able to digitally sample life experience in rich multimedia detail, often referred to as lifelogging. In this paper we explore the potential of lifelogging for the digitisation and archiving of life experience into a longitudinal media archive for an individual. We motivate the historical archive potential(More)