CLEF 2014 Accepted Papers


Paper session 1

  • Making Test Corpora for Question Answering More Representative
    Andrew Walker, Advaith Siddharthan and Andrew Starkey.
  • Towards Automatic Evaluation of Health-Related CQA Data
    Alexander Beloborodov, Pavel Braslavski and Marina Driker.
  • Rethinking How to Extend Average Precision to Graded Relevance
    Marco Ferrante, Nicola Ferro and Maria Maistro.
  • CLEF 15th Birthday: What can we Learn From Ad Hoc Retrieval?
    Nicola Ferro and Gianmaria Silvello.
  • An Information Retrieval Ontology for Information Retrieval Nanopublications
    Aldo Lipani, Florina Piroi, Linda Andersson and Allan Hanbury.
  • Supporting More-Like-This Information Needs: Finding Similar Web Content in Different Scenarios
    Matthias Hagen, Christiane Glimm and Benno Stein.

Paper session 2

  • SCAN: A Swedish Clinical Abbreviation Normalizer -- Further Development and Adaptation to Radiology
    Maria Kvist and Sumithra Velupillai.
  • A Study of Personalised Medical Literature Search
    Richard Mccreadie, Craig Macdonald, Iadh Ounis and Jon Brassey.
  • Comparing Algorithms for Microblog Summarisation
    Stuart Mackie, Richard McCreadie, Craig Macdonald and Iadh Ounis.
  • Discovering Similar Passages Within Large Text Documents
    Demetrios Glinos.
  • Improving Transcript-based Video Retrieval Using Unsupervised Language Model Adaptation
    Thomas Wilhelm-Stein, Robert Herms, Marc Ritter and Maximilian Eibl.

Paper session 3

  • Self-Supervised Relation Extraction using UMLS
    Roland Roller and Mark Stevenson.
  • Authorship Identification Using Dynamic Selection of Features from Probabilistic Feature Set
    Hamed Zamani, Hossein Nasr, Pariya Babaie, Samira Abnar, Mostafa Dehghani and Azadeh Shakery.
  • A Real-World Framework for Translator as Expert Retrieval
    Navid Rekabsaz and Mihai Lupu.
  • A Hybrid Approach for Multi-Faceted IR in Multimodal Domain
    Serwah Sabetghadam, Ralf Bierig and Andreas Rauber.
  • The Effect of Dimensionality Reduction on Large Scale Hierarchical Classification
    Aris Kosmopoulos, Georgios Paliouras and Ion Androutsopoulos.