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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × Canada
1 × Chile
1 × Finland
1 × France
1 × Greece
1 × Portugal
1 × Singapore
1 × The Netherlands
1 × United Kingdom
2 × China
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
F.Scholer W.R.Hersh M.Wu M.Sanderson J.Zobel S.Mizzaro Y.Tsegay M.Shokouhi E.Maddalena S.J.Puglisi T.Jones Y.Zhang B.Billerbeck R.Sinha A.Moffat D.Hawking H.E.Williams J.A.Thom R.Wilkinson K.Järvelin J.S.Culpepper S.Price B.Chan D.Kraemer L.Sacherek D.Olson
Talks about:
user (7) evalu (6) effect (4) relev (4) collect (3) versus (3) search (3) result (3) differ (3) batch (3)

Person: Andrew Turpin

DBLP DBLP: Turpin:Andrew

Contributed to:

ECIR 20152015
SIGIR 20152015
CIKM 20142014
CIKM 20122012
SIGIR 20112011
ECIR 20092009
SIGIR 20092009
ECIR 20082008
SIGIR 20082008
SIGMOD 20082008
CIKM 20072007
SIGIR 20072007
SIGIR 20062006
SIGIR 20022002
SIGIR 20012001
SIGIR 20002000
JCDL 20092009

Wrote 22 papers:

Different Rankers on Different Subcollections (TJ, FS, AT, SM, MS), pp. 203–208.
ECIR-2015-MaddalenaMST #estimation #using
Judging Relevance Using Magnitude Estimation (EM, SM, FS, AT), pp. 215–220.
SIGIR-2015-TurpinSMM #estimation #evaluation #information retrieval
The Benefits of Magnitude Estimation Relevance Assessments for Information Retrieval Evaluation (AT, FS, SM, EM), pp. 565–574.
CIKM-2014-JonesTMSS #comprehension #consistency #evaluation #matter #nondeterminism
Size and Source Matter: Understanding Inconsistencies in Test Collection-Based Evaluation (TJ, AT, SM, FS, MS), pp. 1843–1846.
CIKM-2012-SandersonTZS #difference #effectiveness
Differences in effectiveness across sub-collections (MS, AT, YZ, FS), pp. 1965–1969.
SIGIR-2011-ScholerTS #consistency #quality
Quantifying test collection quality based on the consistency of relevance judgements (FS, AT, MS), pp. 1063–1072.
ECIR-2009-TsegayPTZ #documentation #generative #performance #query
Document Compaction for Efficient Query Biased Snippet Generation (YT, SJP, AT, JZ), pp. 509–520.
SIGIR-2009-TurpinSJWC #evaluation #summary
Including summaries in system evaluation (AT, FS, KJ, MW, JSC), pp. 508–515.
ECIR-2008-ScholerSBT #using
Using Clicks as Implicit Judgments: Expectations Versus Observations (FS, MS, BB, AT), pp. 28–39.
ECIR-2008-ShokouhiST #documentation #effectiveness #order
Investigating the Effectiveness of Clickthrough Data for Document Reordering (MS, FS, AT), pp. 591–595.
Relevance thresholds in system evaluations (FS, AT), pp. 693–694.
User preference choices for complex question answering (MW, FS, AT), pp. 717–718.
SIGIR-2008-WuTZ #community
Aggregated click-through data in a homogeneous user community (MW, AT, JZ), pp. 731–732.
SIGMOD-2008-SinhaPMT #array #locality #pattern matching #performance
Improving suffix array locality for fast pattern matching on disk (RS, SJP, AM, AT), pp. 661–672.
CIKM-2007-TsegayTZ #effectiveness
Dynamic index pruning for effective caching (YT, AT, JZ), pp. 987–990.
SIGIR-2007-TurpinTHW #generative #performance #web
Fast generation of result snippets in web search (AT, YT, DH, HEW), pp. 127–134.
SIGIR-2006-TurpinS #metric #performance #precise
User performance versus precision measures for simple search tasks (AT, FS), pp. 11–18.
SIGIR-2002-TurpinH #user interface
User interface effects in past batch versus user experiments (AT, WRH), pp. 431–432.
SIGIR-2001-TurpinH #why
Why Batch and User Evaluations Do Not Give the Same Results (AT, WRH), pp. 225–231.
SIGIR-2000-HershTPCKSO #evaluation #question
Do batch and user evaluation give the same results? (WRH, AT, SP, BC, DK, LS, DO), pp. 17–24.
JCDL-2009-WuTTW #analysis #enterprise
Cost and benefit analysis of mediated enterprise search (MW, JAT, AT, RW), pp. 267–276.

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