Poison Pills and Antidots: Inoculating Relevance Feedback

"Poison Pills and Antidots: Inoculating Relevance Feedback", an article published in Amsterdam Science Magazine as one of the cool contributions of our CIKM2016 paper. We also have a extended abstract describing this part, accepted to be presented in DIR2016 "Inoculating Relevance Feedback Against Poison Pills", with Hosein Azarbonyad, Jaap Kamps, Djoerd Hiemstra and Maarten Marx. […]

Luhn Revisited: Significant Words Language Models

Our paper "Luhn Revisited: Significant Words Language Models", with Hosein Azarbonyad, Jaap Kamps, Djoerd Hiemstra and Maarten Marx, has been accepted as a long paper at The 25th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM'16). \o/ On of the key factors affecting search quality is the fact that our queries are ultra-short statements […]

On Horizontal and Vertical Separation in Hierarchical Text Classification

Our paper "On Horizontal and Vertical Separation in Hierarchical Text Classification", with Hosein Azarbonyad, Jaap Kamps, and Maarten Marx, has been accepted as a long paper at The ACM International Conference on the Theory of Information Retrieval (ICTIR'16). \o/ Hierarchy is an effective and common way of representing information and many real-world textual data can […]

Two-Way Parsimonious Classification Models for Evolving Hierarchies

Our paper "Two-Way Parsimonious Classification Models for Evolving Hierarchies", with Hosein Azarbonyad, Jaap Kamps, and Maarten Marx, has been accepted as a long paper at the Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum (CLEF'16). \o/ Modern web data is highly structured in terms of entities and relations from large knowledge bases, geo-temporal references, and social […]

Significant Words Representations of Entities

My doctoral consortium submission on "Significant Words Representations of Entities", has been accepted at the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR2016). \o/ Transforming the data into a suitable representation is the first key step of data analysis, and the performance of any data-oriented method is heavily depending on it. […]