Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Adenike Lam-Adesina
Gareth J. F. Jones

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
pseudo relevance feedback search speech machine tools information retrieval language machine translation experiments

Exeter at CLEF 2003: Cross-language spoken document retrieval experiments (2004)

Abstract Cross-Language Spoken Document Retrieval (CLSDR) combines both the complexities of retrieval from collections characterized by speech transcription errors and language translation issues between search requests and documents. Thus achieving effective retrieval in this domain is potentially very challenging. For the CLEF 2003 SDR task we adopted a standard query translation strategy using commercial machine translation tools and explored pseudo-relevance feedback using a small contemporaneous collection and a much larger text collection from a different time period.
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Full list of authors on original publication

Adenike Lam-Adesina, Gareth J. F. Jones

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