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Evaluation of Open-vs . Restricted-Domain Question Answering Systems in the Biomedical Field

@inproceedings{OlveraLobo2010EvaluationOO,
  title={Evaluation of Open-vs . Restricted-Domain Question Answering Systems in the Biomedical Field},
  author={M. Olvera-Lobo and Juncal Guti{\'e}rrez-Artacho},
  year={2010}
}
Question Answering Systems (hereinafter QA systems) tand as a new alternative for Information Retrieval Systems. We conducted a study to evaluate the efficiency of QA systems as terminological sources for physicians , pecialized translators, and users in general. To this end we anlysed the performance of two open-domain and two r estricteddomain QA systems. The research entailed a collectio n of one hundred fifty definitional questions from WebMed. We studied the sources that QA systems used to… Expand
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