TREC-COVID: rationale and structure of an information retrieval shared task for COVID-19

@article{Roberts2020TRECCOVIDRA,
  title={TREC-COVID: rationale and structure of an information retrieval shared task for COVID-19},
  author={Kirk Roberts and Tasmeer Alam and Steven Bedrick and Dina Demner-Fushman and Kyle Lo and I. Soboroff and E. Voorhees and Lucy Lu Wang and W. Hersh},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA},
  year={2020},
  volume={27},
  pages={1431 - 1436}
}
Abstract TREC-COVID is an information retrieval (IR) shared task initiated to support clinicians and clinical research during the COVID-19 pandemic. IR for pandemics breaks many normal assumptions, which can be seen by examining 9 important basic IR research questions related to pandemic situations. TREC-COVID differs from traditional IR shared task evaluations with special considerations for the expected users, IR modality considerations, topic development, participant requirements, assessment… Expand
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