Bibliometric-Enhanced Information Retrieval: 3rd International BIR Workshop

@inproceedings{Mayr2016BibliometricEnhancedIR,
  title={Bibliometric-Enhanced Information Retrieval: 3rd International BIR Workshop},
  author={Philipp Mayr and Ingo Frommholz and Guillaume Cabanac},
  booktitle={ECIR},
  year={2016}
}
Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval (BIR) workshops serve as the annual gathering of IR researchers who address various information-related tasks on scientific corpora and bibliometrics. The workshop features original approaches to search, browse, and discover value-added knowledge from scientific documents and related information networks (e.g., terms, authors, institutions, references). We welcome contributions elaborating on dedicated IR systems, as well as studies revealing original… 
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