Combining Linguistic and Knowledge-based Engineering for Information Retrieval

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Vet, Paul E. van der and Bakel, Bas van (1998) Combining Linguistic and Knowledge-based Engineering for Information Retrieval. In: Language Technology in Multimedia Information Retrieval : Proceedings of the fourteenth Twente Workshop on Language Technology. Twente Workshop on Language Technology 14 . University of Twente, pp. 59-70.

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Abstract:Controlled-term indexing (the method of choice for multimedia collections and still very popular for purely textual material), appears an expensive solution because it takes huge resources and manual indexing. It is not possible, however, to perform a well-founded asessment of various approaches to information retrieval. We discuss ways to improve controlled-term indexing and illustrate these by looking at the Condorcet project carried out at Twente by us and co-workers. We round off with a discussion that, we hope, will raise more questions than it answers.
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