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SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

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SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia.

Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge is a goal of NR, I decided to mirror the list of nominated papers below.

(Original list is at http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/proceedings.php)

What do you think of this list?  Are there other papers you feel should be on this list? (Undoubtedly there are, as this is the expressly limited input of a few participants!)  What do you think is the research that has the strongest implications for IR research for the next few years?

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