By Carol Peters (auth.), Carol Peters, Fredric C. Gey, Julio Gonzalo, Henning Müller, Gareth J. F. Jones, Michael Kluck, Bernardo Magnini, Maarten de Rijke (eds.)
The 6th crusade of the go Language assessment discussion board (CLEF) for eu languages used to be held from January to September 2005. CLEF is via now a longtime overseas assessment initiative and seventy four teams from around the globe submitted effects for a number of of the various review tracks in 2005, in comparison with fifty four teams in 2004. there have been 8 unique assessment tracks, designed to check the functionality of quite a lot of platforms for multilingual details entry. complete info in regards to the layout of the tracks, the methodologies used for assessment, and the consequences received via the members are available within the diverse sections of those court cases. As continuously the result of the crusade have been stated and mentioned on the annual workshop held in Vienna, Austria, September 21-23, instantly following the 9th ecu convention on electronic Libraries. The workshop was once attended through nearly one hundred ten educational and commercial researchers and method builders. as well as displays via members within the crusade, Noriko Kando from the nationwide Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, gave an invited speak at the actions of the NTCIR overview initiative for Asian languages. Breakout periods gave individuals an opportunity to debate rules and ends up in element. the ultimate consultation used to be devoted to proposals for actions for CLEF 2006. The displays given on the workshop are available at the CLEF website at: www. clef-campaign. org. we must always wish to thank the opposite contributors of the CLEF guidance Committee for his or her suggestions within the coordination of this event.
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De Abstract. This paper reports information retrieval experiments carried out within the CLEF 2005 ad-hoc multi-lingual track. The experiments focus on the two new languages Bulgarian and Hungarian. No relevance assessments are available for these collections yet. Optimization was mainly based on French data from CLEF 2004. Based on experience from last year, one of our main objectives was to improve and refine the n-gram-based indexing and retrieval algorithms within our system. 1 Introduction In the CLEF 2004 campaign , we tested an adaptive fusion system based on the MIMOR model [4, 7] in the multi-lingual ad-hoc track .
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Accessing Multilingual Information Repositories: 6th Workshop of the Cross-Language Evalution Forum, CLEF 2005, Vienna, Austria, 21-23 September, 2005, Revised Selected Papers by Carol Peters (auth.), Carol Peters, Fredric C. Gey, Julio Gonzalo, Henning Müller, Gareth J. F. Jones, Michael Kluck, Bernardo Magnini, Maarten de Rijke (eds.)