Automating the assignment of submitted manuscripts to reviewers

@inproceedings{Dumais1992AutomatingTA,
  title={Automating the assignment of submitted manuscripts to reviewers},
  author={S. Dumais and J. Nielsen},
  booktitle={SIGIR '92},
  year={1992}
}
  • S. Dumais, J. Nielsen
  • Published in SIGIR '92 1992
  • Computer Science
  • The 117 manuscripts submitted for the Hypertext '91 conference were assigned to members of the review committee, using a variety of automated methods based on information retrieval principles and Latent Semantic Indexing. Fifteen reviewers provided exhaustive ratings for the submitted abstracts, indicating how well each abstract matched their interests. The automated methods do a fairly good job of assigning relevant papers for review, but they are still somewhat poorer than assignments made… CONTINUE READING

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