- Concept models for domain-specific search
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We describe our participation in the 2008 CLEF Domain-specific track. We evaluate blind relevance feedback models and concept models on the CLEF domain-specific test collection. Applying relevance modeling techniques is found to have a positive effect on the 2008 topic set, in terms of mean average precision and precision@10. Applying concept models for blind relevance feedback, results in even bigger improvements over a query-likelihood baseline, in terms of mean average precision and early precision.
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- Proceedings title: Evaluating systems for multilingual and multimodal information access: 9th workshop of the Cross-Language
Evaluation Forum, CLEF 2008, Aarhus, Denmark, September 17-19, 2008: revised selected papers
Place of publication: Berlin
Editors: C. Peters, T. Deselaers, N. Ferro, J. Gonzalo, G.J.F. Jones, M. Kurimo, T. Mandl, A. Peñas, V. Petras
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