Industry Keynote: Simon Kravis, Fujitsu Australia
  • Information Retrieval in Large Organisations. (slides)
    Information retrieval within large organisations is usually from repositories with little or no hyperlinking of documents. Tools which are successful for public-facing web sites are frequently unsuccessful inside organisations through poor ranking of search results, high levels of duplication and near-duplication and the frequent occurrence of documents which are not completely described by the text which they contain. Metadata-based retrieval is limited by poor coverage from manually assigned metadata and the limited availability of automated metadata assignment.
Session 1: ADCS/ALTA Joint Session
  1. Li Wang, Diana Mccarthy and Timothy Baldwin. Predicting Thread Linking Structure by Lexical Chaining (ALTA paper)
  2. Mike Symonds, Peter Bruza, Laurianne Sitbon and Ian Turner. Tensor Query Expansion: A cognitively motivated relevance model (slides)
  3. Diego Molla and Maria Elena Santiago-Martinez. Development of a Corpus for Evidence Based Medicine Summarisation(ALTA paper)
  4. Yan Shen, Yuefeng Li, Yue Xu, Renato Iannella, Abdulmohsen Algarni and Xiaohui Tao. An Ontology-based Mining Approach for User Search Intent Discovery (slides)
Session 2
  1. David Alexander, Andrew Trotman and Alistair Knott. Click Log Based Evaluation of Link Discovery (slides)
  2. Xiang-Fei Jia, Andrew Trotman and Jason Holdsworth. Fast Search Engine Vocabulary Lookup (slides)
  3. (*) Alexander Krumpholz, Amir Hadad, Nina Studeny, Tom Gedeon and David Hawking. Automatic identification of the most important elements in an XML collection (slides)
Session 3
  1. Shane Culpepper, Michiko Yasukawa and Falk Scholer. Language Independent Ranked Retrieval with NeWT
  2. David Bainbridge and Sally Jo Cunningham. A Workflow for Document Level Interoperability
  3. Iman Amini, Alexandra Uidtenbogerd and Mark Sanderson. The Interplay of Information Retrieval and Query by Singing With Words (slides)
  4. (*) Timothy Jones, Paul Thomas, David Hawking and Ramesh Sankaranarayana. The usefulness of web spam
  5. (*) Su Nam Kim, Timothy Baldwin and Lawrence Cavedon. Harvesting Domain-Specific Terms using Wikipedia (slides)
Session 4
  1. Nicholas Sherlock and Andrew Trotman. Efficient sorting of search results by string attributes (slides)
  2. Laurence Park. Examining document model residuals to provide feedback during Information Retrieval evaluation (slides)
  3. Guido Zuccon, Anthony Nguyen, Teerapong Leelanupab and Leif Azzopardi. Indexing without Spam (slides)
  4. (*) Darren Wei-Che Huang, Shlomo Geva, Andrew Trotman and Kelly Y. Itakura. Mobile Applications of Focused Link Discovery
  5. (*) Kelly Itakura and Shlomo Geva. Six Degrees of Cohesion in Patent Citation Network

Note: (*) indicates a short paper.

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