Overview of the INEX 2008 Ad Hoc Track

@inproceedings{Kamps2008OverviewOT,
  title={Overview of the INEX 2008 Ad Hoc Track},
  author={Jaap Kamps and Shlomo Geva and Andrew Trotman and Alan Woodley and Marijn Koolen},
  booktitle={INEX},
  year={2008}
}
This paper gives an overview of the INEX 2008 Ad Hoc Track. The main goals of the Ad Hoc Track were two-fold. The first goal was to investigate the value of the internal document structure (as provided by the XML mark-up) for retrieving relevant information. This is a continuation of INEX 2007 and, for this reason, the retrieval results are liberalized to arbitrary passages and measures were chosen to fairly compare systems retrieving elements, ranges of elements, and arbitrary passages. The… CONTINUE READING
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