Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Thomas Mandl
Johannes Leveling
Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
query logs log analysis information retrieval current cross language evaluation forum environments user behaviour multilingual

Multilingual log analysis: LogCLEF (2011)

Abstract The current lack of recent and long-term query logs makes the verifiability and repeatability of log analysis experiments very limited. A first attempt in this direction has been made within the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum in 2009 in a track named LogCLEF which aims to stimulate research on user behaviour in multilingual environments and promote standard evaluation collections of log data. We report on similarities and differences of the most recent activities for LogCLEF.
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Full list of authors on original publication

Thomas Mandl, Johannes Leveling, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio

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