|Document and query expansion models for blog distillation|
|Author(s)||Arguello J., Elsas J.L., Yoo C., Callan J., Carbonell J.G.|
|Published in||NIST Special Publication|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Link structure, Query expansion, Query expansion models, Retrieval models, Spam filtering, Wikipedia, Distillation, Experiments, Information retrieval systems, Internet, Information retrieval)|
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Document and query expansion models for blog distillation is a 2008 conference paper written in English by Arguello J., Elsas J.L., Yoo C., Callan J., Carbonell J.G. and published in NIST Special Publication.
This paper presents the CMU submission to the 2008 TREC blog distillation track. Similar to last year's experiments, we evaluate different retrieval models and apply a query expansion method that leverages the link structure in Wikipedia. We also explore using a corpus that combines several different representations of the documents, using both the feed XML and permalink HTML, and apply initial experiments with spam filtering.
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