Bridging the Terminology Gap in Web Archive Search

  title={Bridging the Terminology Gap in Web Archive Search},
  author={Klaus Berberich and Srikanta J. Bedathur and Mauro Sozio and Gerhard Weikum},
Web archives play an important role in preserving our cultural heritage for future generations. When searching them, a serious problem arises from the fact that terminology evolves constantly. Since today’s users formulate queries using current terminology, old but relevant documents are often not retrieved. The query saint petersburg museum, for instance, does not retrieve documents from the 1970s about museums in Leningrad (the former name of Saint Petersburg). We address this problem by… CONTINUE READING
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