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Using COTS Search Engines and Custom Query Strategies at CLEF

By David Nadeau, Mario Jarmasz, Caroline Barrière, George Foster and Claude St-Jacques

Abstract

This paper presents a system for bilingual information retrieval using commercial off-the-shelf search engines (COTS). Several custom query construction, expansion and translation strategies are compared. We present the experiments and the corresponding results for the CLEF 2004 event

Topics: Artificial Intelligence
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:4398

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