OUC’s Participation in the 2009 INEX Book Track
In this article we describe the Oslo University College’s participation in the INEX 2009 Book track. This year’s tasks have been featuring complex topics, containing aspects. These lend themselves to use in both the book retrieval and the focused retrieval tasks. The OUC has submitted retrieval results for both tasks, focusing on using the Wikipedia texts for query expansion, as well as utilizing chapter division information in (a number of) the books.
KeywordsRetrieval Performance Query Expansion Title Page Large Chunk Query Text
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