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Workshop on Collaborative Information Retrieval (CIR 2011)

Workshop on Collaborative Information Retrieval (CIR 2011) CIKM’2011, Glasgow, UK, October 28th. http://cir2011.fxpal.com/ Organizers ———- – Gene Golovchinsky, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, Inc, USA. – Jeremy Pickens, Catalyst Repository Systems, USA. – Meredith Ringel Morris, Microsoft Research, USA. – Juan … Continue reading → Read More: Workshop on Collaborative Information Retrieval (CIR 2011)

Workshop on Collaborative Information Retrieval (CIR 2011)

Workshop on Collaborative Information Retrieval (CIR 2011) CIKM’2011, Glasgow, UK, October 28th. http://cir2011.fxpal.com/ Organizers ———- – Gene Golovchinsky, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, Inc, USA. – Jeremy Pickens, Catalyst Repository Systems, USA. – Meredith Ringel Morris, Microsoft Research, USA. – Juan … Continue reading → Read More: Workshop on Collaborative Information Retrieval (CIR 2011)

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

+1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback

A week or so ago, Google introduced it’s answer to the Facebook “Like”.  It is called “+1”.  Here is a quote from the official announcement: The +1 button is shorthand for “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.”  Click … Continue reading → Read More: +1 is Explicit, but is not Relevance Feedback