Presentation Instructions

Full papers and Best Of the Labs papers presentation

Each paper is allocated 30 minutes for lecture, including time for questions and session-chair introduction.

Full papers with short presentation

For each paper, a short presentation (10 minutes with no discussion afterwards) as well as a poster are needed. Discussion on papers will take place during the poster session directly following the session.

For your poster, a board will be provided; the board is oriented in a “portrait” format and poster should be in A0 format (84,1cm wide and 118cm tall - approximately 33in wide and 46.5in tall).

Short papers presentation : posters

For your poster, a board will be provided; the board is oriented in a “portrait” format and poster should be in A0 format (84,1cm wide and 118cm tall - approximately 33in wide and 46.5in tall).

Labs posters

For your poster, a board will be provided; the board is oriented in a “portrait” format and poster should be in A0 format (84,1cm wide and 118cm tall - approximately 33in wide and 46.5in tall).

CLEF 2015 Accepted Papers

Best of the labs papers

  • Search-based Image Annotation: Extracting Semantics from Similar Images (long presentation)
    Petra Budikova, Michal Batko, Jan Botorek and Pavel Zezula.
  • NLP-based classifiers to generalize experts assessments in E-Reputation monitoring (long presentation)
    Jean-Valère Cossu, Emmanuel Ferreira, Killian Janod, Julien Gaillard and Marc El-Bèze.
  • A Method for Short Message Contextualization: Experiments at CLEF/INEX (long presentation)
    Liana Ermakova.
  • Towards Automatic Large-Scale Identification of Birds in Audio Recordings (long presentation)
    Mario Lasseck.
  • Information Extraction From Clinical Documents: Towards Disease/Disorder Template Filling (short presentation)
    Veera Raghavendra Chikka, Nestor Mariyasagayam, Yoshiki Niwa and Kamalakar Karlapalem.
  • Adaptive Algorithm for Plagiarism Detection(long presentation)
    Miguel A. Sánchez-Pérez, Alexander Gelbukh and Grigori Sidorov.
  • Optimizing and Evaluating Stream-based News Recommendation Algorithms (long presentation)
    Sebastian Werner and Andreas Lommatzsch.
  • Answering Natural Language Questions via Phrasal Semantic Parsing (long presentation)
    Kun Xu, Yansong Feng and Dongyan Zhao.

Full papers (long presentation)

  • Experimental Study on Semi-Structured Peer-to-Peer Information Retrieval Network
    Rami Alkhawaldeh and Joemon Jose.
  • Evaluating Stacked Marginalised Denoising Autoencoders within Domain Adaptation Methods
    Boris Chidlovskii, Gabriela Csurka and Stephane Clincahnt.
  • Language Variety Identification using Distributed Representations of Words and Documents
    Marc Franco-Salvador, Francisco Rangel, Paolo Rosso, Mariona Taulé and M. Antònia Martí.
  • Evaluating User Image Tagging Credibility
    Alexandru Lucian Gînscă, Adrian Popescu, Mihai Lupu, Adrian Iftene and Ioannis Kanellos.
  • Tweet Expansion Method for Filtering Task in Twitter
    Payam Karisani, Farhad Oroumchian and Maseud Rahgozar.
  • Real-Time Entity-Based Event Detection for Twitter
    Andrew J Mcminn and Joemon Jose.
  • A Comparative Study of Click Models for Web Search
    Luka Stout, Finde Xumara, Ilya Markov, Artem Grotov, Aleksandr Chuklin and Maarten de Rijke.
  • Evaluation of Pseudo Relevance Feedback Techniques for Cross Vertical Aggregated Search
    Hermann Ziak and Roman Kern.

Full papers (short presentation)

  • Analysing the Role of Representation Choices in Portuguese Relation Extraction
    Sandra Collovini, Marcelo de Bairros Pereira Filho and Renata Vieira.
  • An Investigation of Cross-Language Information Retrieval for User-Generated Internet Video
    Ahmad Khwileh, Debasis Ganguly and Gareth Jones.
  • Benchmark of Rule-based Classifiers in the News Recommendation Task
    Jaroslav Kuchař and Tomas Kliegr.
  • Enhancing Medical Information Retrieval by exploiting a Content-Based Recommender Method
    Wei Li and Gareth Jones.
  • Summarizing Citation Contexts of Scientific Publications
    Sandra Mitrović and Henning Müller.
  • A Multiple-stage Approach to Re-ranking Medical Documents
    Heung-Seon Oh, Yuchul Jung and Kwang-Young Kim.
  • Exploring Behavioral Dimensions in Session Effectiveness through Simulation
    Teemu Pääkkönen, Heikki Keskustalo, Jaana Kekäläinen, Leif Azzopardi, David Maxwell, Feza Baskaya and Kalervo Järvelin.

Short papers

  • Meta Text Aligner: Text Alignment Based on Predicted Plagiarism Relation
    Samira Abnar, Mostafa Dehghani and Azadeh Shakery.
  • Automatic Indexing of Journal Abstracts with Latent Semantic Analysis
    Joel Adams and Steven Bedrick.
  • Shadow Answers as an Intermediary in Email Answer Retrieval
    Alyaa Alfalahi, Gunnar Eriksson and Eriks Sneiders.
  • Are Topically Diverse Documents Also Interesting?
    Hosein Azarbonyad, Ferron Saan, Mostafa Dehghani, Maarten Marx and Jaap Kamps.
  • Modeling of the Question Answering Task in the YodaQA System
    Petr Baudis and Jan Sedivy.
  • Unfair Means: Use Cases beyond Plagiarism
    Paul Clough, Peter Willett and Jesse Lim.
    Julien Gobeill, Arnaud Gaudinat and Patrick Ruch.
  • Are Test Collections ”Real”? - Mirroring Real-World Complexity in IR Test Collections
    Melanie Imhof and Martin Braschler.
  • Evaluation of Manual Query Expansion Rules on a Domain Specific FAQ Collection
    Mladen Karan and Jan Snajder.
  • Evaluating Learning Language Representations
    Jussi Karlgren, Jimmy Callin, Kevyn Collins-Thompson, Amaru Cuba Gyllensten, Ariel Ekgren, David Jürgens, Anna Korhonen, Fredrik Olsson, Magnus Sahlgren and Hinrich Schütze.
  • Automatic Segmentation and Deep Learning of Bird Sounds
    Hendrik Vincent Koops, Jan van Balen and Frans Wiering.
  • The Impact of Noise in Web Genre Identification
    Dimitrios Pritsos and Efstathios Stamatatos.
  • On the Multilingual and Genre Robustness of EmoGraphs for Author Profiling in Social Media
    Francisco Manuel Rangel Pardo and Paolo Rosso.
  • Is Concept Mapping useful for Biomedical Information Retrieval?
    Wei Shen and Jian-Yun Nie.
  • Using Health Statistics to Improve Medical and Health Search
    Tawan Sierek and Allan Hanbury.
  • Determining Window Size from Plagiarism Corpus for Stylometric Features
    Šimon Suchomel and Michal Brandejs.
  • Effect of log-based Query Term Expansion on Retrieval Effectiveness in Patent Searching
    Wolfgang Tannebaum, Andreas Rauber and Parvaz Mahdabi.
  • Integrating Mixed-Methods for Evaluating Information Access Systems
    Simon Wakeling and Paul Clough.
  • Teaching the IR process using real experiments supported by game mechanics
    Thomas Wilhelm-Stein and Maximilian Eibl.
  • Tweet Contextualization Using Association Rules Mining and DBpedia
    Meriem Amina Zingla, Chiraz Latiri and Yahya Slimani.