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Dimitar Dimitrov Apr 16
Key differences in ranking people vs documents
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Suzan Verberne 🤹‍♀️ Apr 17
Nice turnout in the Women in IR session at ! Great that many men are participating.
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Ingo Frommholz Apr 18
Thanks to The Udo for a great industry day!
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Text Mining Leiden Apr 17
Gineke presenting herself in the Women in IR session, explaining why she likes IR
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SIGIR Students Dec 4
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Nicola Ferro Apr 17
Replying to @frrncl
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Ebrahim Bagheri Dec 5
Going to Cologne with 2 papers on (1) temporal event relations, and (2) link prediction in dynamic heterogeneous networks
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Marcos Oliveira Apr 16
Nice presentation from on ranking people and its social issues
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belkacem thiziri Apr 17
Happy to participate in the meeting. If you are in come and join us.
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Tetsuya Sakai (酒井哲也) Apr 13
PC meeting done; tutorial tomorrow.
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Krisztian Balog Apr 16
Spectrum of reproducibility by
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Text Mining Leiden Apr 14
Anne presenting her paper on Narrative detection in online patient communities in the workshop at
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Ebrahim Bagheri Apr 16
Its awesome to receive the Best Paper award w/ & Ke Wang
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Martin Potthast Dec 5
"Wikipedia Text Reuse: Within and Without" has been accepted as short paper at : We created a large corpus of text reuse within and on the web, analyzing all articles and 10% of the ; w/ H.Wachsmuth
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Text Mining Leiden Apr 14
The crew is saying hi from !
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Georgios Balikas Dec 6
Our work "Learning Lexical-Semantic Relations Using Intuitive Cognitive Links" accepted as full paper !!!
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Diego Ceccarelli Apr 18
Francisco Borges (Salesforce) 2/2 thanks you made my day at
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CLEF Apr 15
CLEF session at is starting up: join and discover how to team up!
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Antonio Mallia Apr 17
yes that thing on the top left corner is my finger
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Geoffrey Horrell 23h
Really significant piece of work for all in the community who want to move beyond using Latent Dirichlet allocation. Plus topic grouper is easier to spell!
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