BibSLEIGH corpus
BibSLEIGH tags
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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × Switzerland
1 × United Kingdom
2 × Ireland
2 × USA
Collaborated with:
B.Stein M.Potthast T.Gollub M.Michel D.Wägner T.Rüb M.Büchner M.Völske A.Beyer C.Bräutigam J.Graßegger M.Tippmann C.Welsch
Talks about:
queri (4) web (4) keyqueri (2) segment (2) detect (2) corpus (2) clue (2) descriptor (1) sentiment (1) hypothesi (1)

Person: Matthias Hagen

DBLP DBLP: Hagen:Matthias

Contributed to:

ECIR 20152015
JCDL 20142014
SIGIR 20132013
CIKM 20122012
SIGIR 20122012
CIKM 20112011
ECIR 20112011
ECDL 20102010
SIGIR 20102010

Wrote 10 papers:

ECIR-2015-HagenPBS #classification #detection #sentiment #twitter #using
Twitter Sentiment Detection via Ensemble Classification Using Averaged Confidence Scores (MH, MP, MB, BS), pp. 741–754.
ECIR-2015-HagenWS #corpus #topic #web
A Corpus of Realistic Known-Item Topics with Associated Web Pages in the ClueWeb09 (MH, DW, BS), pp. 513–525.
JCDL-2014-GollubVHS #composition #taxonomy
Dynamic taxonomy composition via keyqueries (TG, MV, MH, BS), pp. 39–48.
SIGIR-2013-GollubHMS #keyword #web
From keywords to keyqueries: content descriptors for the web (TG, MH, MM, BS), pp. 981–984.
CIKM-2012-HagenPBS #query #segmentation #towards
Towards optimum query segmentation: in doubt without (MH, MP, AB, BS), pp. 1015–1024.
SIGIR-2012-PotthastHSGMTW #corpus #named
ChatNoir: a search engine for the ClueWeb09 corpus (MP, MH, BS, JG, MM, MT, CW), p. 1004.
CIKM-2011-HagenSR #detection #query
Query session detection as a cascade (MH, BS, TR), pp. 147–152.
ECIR-2011-SteinH #ranking
Introducing the User-over-Ranking Hypothesis (BS, MH), pp. 503–509.
ECDL-2010-HagenS #query
Capacity-Constrained Query Formulation (MH, BS), pp. 384–388.
SIGIR-2010-HagenPSB #power of #query #segmentation
The power of naive query segmentation (MH, MP, BS, CB), pp. 797–798.

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