Learning in Information Retrieval : a Probabilistic Differ ential Approach 2 Previous research

@inproceedings{Piwowarski2000LearningII,
  title={Learning in Information Retrieval : a Probabilistic Differ ential Approach 2 Previous research},
  author={Benjamin Piwowarski and Benjamin. Piwowarski},
  year={2000}
}
Since user’s relevance judgments are a source of evidence fo r information retrieval, learning from this feedback is an appealing idea. Many different learning techniques have successfully been used for relevance feedback. In most models, learning is either performed off line or is based on s imple heuristics. The approach we propose is based on a classical… CONTINUE READING