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Advances in Information Retrieval

26th European Conference on IR Research, ECIR 2004, Sunderland, UK, April 5-7, 2004. Proceedings

  • Sharon McDonald
  • John Tait
Conference proceedings ECIR 2004

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2997)

Table of contents

  1. Image Retrieval

  2. Evaluation Issues

    1. Gabriella Kazai, Sherezad Masood, Mounia Lalmas
      Pages 296-310
    2. Ryen W. White, Joemon M. Jose, C. J. van Rijsbergen, Ian Ruthven
      Pages 311-326
  3. Cross Language IR

  4. Web-Based and XML IR

    1. Fidel Cacheda, Ricardo Baeza-Yates
      Pages 364-377
    2. Felix Weigel, Holger Meuss, François Bry, Klaus U. Schulz
      Pages 378-393
    3. Fidel Cacheda, Vassilis Plachouras, Iadh Ounis
      Pages 394-408
  5. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

Theseproceedingscontaintherefereedfulltechnicalpaperspresentedatthe26th Annual European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR 2004). ECIR is theannualconferenceoftheBritishComputerSociety’sspecialistgroupinInf- mation Retrieval. This year the conference was held at the School of Computing and Technology at the University of Sunderland. ECIR began life as the - nual Colloquium on Information Retrieval Research. The colloquium was held in the UK each year until 1998 when the event was held in Grenoble, France. Since then the conference venue has alternated between the United Kingdom and Continental Europe, and the event was renamed the European Conference on Information Retrieval. In recent years, ECIR has continued to grow and has become the major European forum for the discussion of research in the ?eld of Information Retrieval. To mark this metamorphosis from a small informal c- loquium to a major event in the IR research calendar, the BCS-IRSG decided to rename the event to the European Conference on Information Retrieval. ECIR2004received88fullpapersubmissions,fromacrossEuropeandfurther a?eldincludingNorthAmerica,ChinaandAustralia,atestamenttothegrowing popularity and reputation of the conference. Out of the 88 submitted papers, 28 were accepted for presentation. All papers were reviewed by at least three reviewers. Among the accepted papers 11 have a student as the primary author, illustrating that the traditional student focus of the original colloquium is alive today.

Keywords

DOM Extensible Markup Language (XML) Performance architecture categorization classification clustering collaborative filtering complexity document retrieval hypermedia image retrieval information retrieval proving video retrieval

Editors and affiliations

  • Sharon McDonald
    • 1
  • John Tait
    • 2
  1. 1.School of Computing and Technology, David Goldman Informatics CentreUniversity of SunderlandSunderlandUK
  2. 2.School of Computing and TechnologyUniversity of SunderlandSunderlandUnited Kingdom

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