ENSM-SE and UJM at INEX 2010: Scoring with Proximity and Tag Weights
This paper presents our participation in the Relevant in Context task (ad-hoc track) during the 2010 INEX competition, and a posterior analysis. Two models presented in previous editions of INEX by the authors were merged for our 2010 participation. The first one is based on the proximity of the query terms in the documents  and the second one is based on learnt tag weights . The results demonstrate the improvement of focused information retrieval, thanks to the integration of the tag weights in the approach based on proximity.
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