Wanted : Element Retrieval Users

@inproceedings{Trotman2005WantedE,
  title={Wanted : Element Retrieval Users},
  author={Andrew Trotman},
  year={2005}
}
Document centric information retrieval is used every day by people all over the world. It is an application well studied, well understood, and of which there is a sound user model. Element retrieval, on the other hand, is a new field of research, with no identified applications, no users, and without a user model. Some of the methodological issues in element retrieval are identified. The standard document collection (the INEX / IEEE collection) is shown to be unsuitable for element retrieval… CONTINUE READING
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