Advances in Cross-Language Information Retrieval: Third by Carol Peters (auth.), Carol Peters, Martin Braschler, Julio

By Carol Peters (auth.), Carol Peters, Martin Braschler, Julio Gonzalo (eds.)

This booklet offers the completely refereed post-proceedings of a workshop through the Cross-Language overview discussion board crusade, CLEF 2002, held in Rome, Italy in September 2002.

The forty three revised complete papers offered including an creation and run facts in an appendix have been rigorously reviewed and revised upon presentation on the workshop. The papers are prepared in topical sections on platforms assessment experiments, move language and extra, monolingual experiments, more often than not domain-specific info retrieval, interactive matters, cross-language spoken rfile retrieval, and cross-language evaluate concerns and initiatives.

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Lam-Adesina, A. , Jones, G. J. : Exeter at CLEF 2002: Experiments with Machine Translation for Monlingual and Bilingual Retrieval. This volume. : Merging Mechanisms in Multilingual Information Retrieval. This volume. : PLIERS and Snowball at CLEF 2002. This volume. : Scalable Multilingual Information Access. This volume. , Ureña, L. , Martín, M. : SINAI at CLEF 2002: Experimenting with Merging Strategies. This volume. : Thomson Legal and Regulatory Experiments for CLEF 2002. This volume. : A Multilingual Approach to Multilingual Information Retrieval.

For the monolingual task, we submitted retrieval runs for Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. For the bilingual task, we submitted bilingual retrieval runs from English to Dutch, French, German, Italian, and Spanish, one French-to-German run, and one German-to-French run. And for the multilingual task, we submitted two runs using English topics. The document collection for the multilingual task consists of documents in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. All of our runs used only the title and desc fields in the topics.

Compounds occur in natural language texts, frequently in some languages such as German, but less so in others such as English. It is not difficult to find two-word compounds in English texts. Some examples are breathtaking, birthday, brainstorm, fingerprint, greenhouse, land- 34 Aitao Chen mark, spokeswoman, sunrise, tiptoe, and whereabouts. However, English compounds of three or more words are much less common. In English, the long compounds are formed by joining words together with hyphens separating the component words, such as former-astronaut-turned-senator and in-between-agechildren.

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