A practitioner's view on PaIR

@inproceedings{Adams2011APV,
  title={A practitioner's view on PaIR},
  author={Stephen R. Adams},
  booktitle={PaIR '11},
  year={2011}
}
  • S. Adams
  • Published in PaIR '11 24 October 2011
  • Computer Science
The accepted IR papers at this Workshop raise a number of wide-ranging questions. These include whether it is feasible to use the texts of known, relevant document as the basis for retrieving additional, similar results; the interaction between citations and classification as a means of retrieval; the role and importance of images in patent retrieval, especially relevance assessment; expanding queries to improve recall without losing precision; the processes involved in the evaluation of a… 
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