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A Feature-Centric View of Information Retrieval
|Statement||by Donald Metzler|
|Series||The Information Retrieval Series -- 27|
|Contributions||SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|ISBN 10||9783642228971, 9783642228988|
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data-centric XML retrieval; References and further reading; Exercises. Probabilistic information retrieval. Review of basic probability theory; The Probability Ranking Principle.
The 1/0 loss case; The PRP with retrieval costs. The An example information retrieval | Information retrieval system evaluation relevance feedback Relevance feedback and pseudo residual sum of squares K-means results snippets Putting it all together retrieval model Boolean An example information retrieval Retrieval Status Value Deriving a ranking function retrieval systems Other types of indexes This chapter provides a detailed treatment of classical information retrieval models.
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/teaching/ss19/topics-in-neural-information-retrieval. language for the data-centric view should be very much in the line of database query languages (see e.g.
, ), whereas the document-centric view should be supported by a language that builds on concepts developed in the area of information retrieval (IR).1 Roughly speaking, there are two kinds of IR A database centric view of semantic image annotation and retrieval.
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fandrearaujo,jacksim,[email protected] Abstract We propose an attentive local feature descriptor suitable for large-scale image retrieval, referred to as