Contributions to Proceedings:
G. Roda, J. Tait, F. Piroi, V. Zenz:
"CLEF-IP 2009: Retrieval Experiments in the Intellectual Property Domain";
in: "Multilingual Information Access Evaluation I. Text Retrieval Experiments",
Lecture Notes in Computer Science;
issued by: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010;
The Clef-Ip track ran for the first time within Clef 2009.The purpose of the track was twofold: to encourage and facilitate research in the area of patent retrieval by providing a large clean data set for experimentation; to create a large test collection of patents in the three main European languages for the evaluation of cross-lingual information access. The track focused on the task of prior art search. The 15 European teams who participated in the track deployed a rich range of Information Retrieval techniques adapting them to this new specific domain and task. A large-scale test collection for evaluation purposes was created by exploiting patent citations.
information retrieval, evaluation, patent search, data, data curation, test collection, cross-lingual
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