Retrieval evaluation with incomplete information

  title={Retrieval evaluation with incomplete information},
  author={Chris Buckley and Ellen M. Voorhees},
This paper examines whether the Cranfield evaluation methodology is robust to gross violations of the completeness assumption (i.e., the assumption that all relevant documents within a test collection have been identified and are present in the collection). We show that current evaluation measures are not robust to substantially incomplete relevance judgments. A new measure is introduced that is both highly correlated with existing measures when complete judgments are available and more robust… CONTINUE READING
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