Location: Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK
Date: 10-12 September 2009

Accepted Posters

Jan Frederik Forst, Thomas Roelleke and Anastasios Tombros. Less is More: Maximal Marginal Relevance as a Summarisation Feature

Joaquin Perez-Iglesias and Lourdes Araujo. Ranking List Dispersion as a Query Performance Predictor

Thomas Roelleke and Hengzhi Wu. Semi-Subsumed Events: A Probabilistic Semantics of the BM25 Term Frequency Quantification

Davide Menegon, Stefano Mizzaro, Elena Nazzi and Luca Vassena. Evaluating mobile proactive context-aware retrieval: an incremental benchmark

Jean-Cédric Chappelier and Emmanuel Eckard. An Ad Hoc Information Retrieval Perspective on PLSI through language model identification

G Benoit. The "beautiful" in information: philosophy of aesthetics and information visualization

Dell Zhang, Jinsong Lu. Batch-Mode Computational Advertising based on Modern Portfolio Theory

Matteo Cattelan and Stefano Mizzaro. IR evaluation without a common set of topics

Jie Peng, Ben He and Iadh Ounis. Predicting the Usefulness of Collection Enrichment for Enterprise Search

Christina Lioma, Roi Blanco and Marie-Francine Moens. A Logical Inference Approach to Query Expansion with Social Tags

Eduard Hoenkamp. On the Notion of "An Information Need"