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Title: Multilingual Adaptive Search for Digital Libraries
Other Titles: 15th International Conference on Theory and Practice in Digital Libraries (TPDL 2011)
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Keywords: Computer Science and Engineering
Multilingual Adaptive Search
Digital Libraries
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: LNCS
Citation: Mohammed Rami Ghorab, Johannes Leveling, Séamus Lawless, Alex O'Connor, Dong Zhou, Gareth Jones & Vincent Wade, Multilingual Adaptive Search for Digital Libraries, 15th International Conference on Theory and Practice in Digital Libraries (TPDL 2011), Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 26-28 September 2011, Stefan Gradmann, Francesca Borri, Carlo Meghini, Heiko Schuldt, 6966, LNCS, 2011, 244 - 251
Series/Report no.: 6966
Abstract: We describe a framework for Adaptive Multilingual Information Retrieval (AMIR) which allows multilingual resource discovery and delivery using on-the-fly machine translation of documents and queries. Result documents are presented to the user in a contextualised manner. Challenges and affordances of both adaptive and multilingual IR, with a particular focus on digital libraries, are detailed. The framework components are motivated by a series of results from experiments on query logs and documents from The European Library. We conclude that factoring adaptivity and multilinguality aspects into the search process can enhance the user’s experience with online digital libraries.
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Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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