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SIGIR 2014 Accepted Short Papers List

SIGIR 2014 Accepted Short Papers List

NOTE to presenters: Posters are to be A0 portrait or smaller. That is, 841mm x 1189mm, or 33.1 inches x 46.8 inches.
Included here is a tentative list of the short papers. Titles and author lists are subject to change. Short papers will be presented as posters during the poster session.

•Search Result Diversification via Data Fusion
Shengli Wu
•Hashtag Recommendation for Hyperlinked Tweets
Surendra Sedhai, Aixin Sun
•Personalized Document Re-ranking Based on Bayesian Probabilistic Matrix Factorization
Fei Cai, Shangsong Liang, Maarten de Rijke
•Using the Cross-Entropy Method to Re-Rank Search Results
Haggai Roitman, Shay Hummel, Oren Kurland
•Computing and applying topic-level user interactions in microblog recommendation
Xiao Lu
•Towards Context-Aware Search with Right Click 
Aixin Sun, Chii-Hian Lou
•Rendering Expressions to Improve Accuracy of Relevance Assessment for Math Search
Matthias Reichenbach, Richard Zanibbi, Anurag Agarwal
•Exploring Recommendations in Internet of Things
Lina Yao, Quan Z. Sheng, Anne H. Ngu, Helen Ashman, Xue Li
•Sig-SR: SimRank Search over Singular Graphs
Yu Weiren
•Old Dogs Are Great at New Tricks: Column Stores for IR Prototyping
Hannes Muhleisen, Thaer Samar, Jimmy Lin, Arjen P. de Vries
•The Role of Network Distance in LinkedIn People Search 
Shih-Wen Huang, Daniel Tunkelang, Karrie Karahalios
•Latent Community Discovery Through Enterprise User Search Query Modeling
Kevin Carter, Rajmonda Caceres, Ben Priest
•Examining Collaborative Query Reformulation: A Case of Travel Information Searching
Abu Shamim Mohammad Arif, Jia Tina Du, Ivan Lee
•Influential Nodes Selection: A Data Reconstruction Perspective
Zhefeng Wang, Hao Wang, Qi Liu, Enhong Chen
•A Fusion Approach to Cluster Labeling
Haggai Roitman, Shay Hummel, Michal Shmueli-Scheuer
•Evaluating the Effort Involved in Relevance Assessments for Images
Martin Halvey, Robert Villa
•Diversifying Query Suggestions Based on Query Documents
Youngho Kim, Bruce Croft
•Comparing Client and Server Dwell Time Estimates for Click-Level Satisfaction Prediction
Youngho Kim, Ahmed Hassan, Ryen W. White, Imed Zitouni
•Score-Safe Term Dependency Processing with Hybrid Indexes
Matthias Petri, Alistair Moffat, Shane Culpepper
•Co-Training on Authorship Attribution with Very Few Labeled Examples: Methods vs. Views
Tieyun Qian, Bing Liu, Ming Zhong, Guoliang He
•Probabilistic Text Modeling with Orthogonalized Topics
Enpeng Yao, Guoqing Zheng
•Evaluating non-deterministic retrieval systems
Gaya Jayasinghe, William Webber, Mark Sanderson, Lasitha Dharmasena, Shane Culpepper
•Extending test collection pools without manual runs
Gaya Jayasinghe, William Webber, Mark Sanderson, Shane Culpepper
•The Search Duel: A Response to a Strong Ranker
Peter Izsak, Fiana Raiber, Oren Kurland, Moshe Tennenholtz
•Predicting Previous Version of a Product Entity
Priya Radhakrishnan, Manish Gupta, Vasudeva Varma
•Predicting Burst and Popularity of Hashtags in Real-Time
Shoubin Kong
•Probabilistic Ensemble Learning for Vietnamese Word Segmentation
Wuying Liu, Li Lin
•Improving Unsupervised Query Segmentation using Parts-of-Speech Sequence Information
Rishiraj Saha Roy, Yogarshi Vyas, Niloy Ganguly, Monojit Choudhury
•Building a Query Log via Crowdsourcing
Omar Alonso, Maria Stone
•Web Search without 'Stupid' Results
Aleksandra Lomakina, Nikita Povarov, Pavel Serdyukov
•Discovering Real-World Use Cases for a Multimodal Math Search Interface
Keita Del Valle Wangari, Richard Zanibbi, Anurag Agarwal
•Improving Search Personalisation with Dynamic Group Formation
Thanh Vu, Dawei Song, alistair willis, Son N. Tran
•Detection of Abnormal Profiles on Group attacks in Recommender Systems
Wei Zhou, Yun Sing Koh, Junhao Wen, Shafiq Alam, Gillian Dobbie
•On Run Diversity in "Evaluation as a Service"
Ellen Voorhees, Jimmy Lin, Miles Efron
•Evaluating Answer Passages using Summarization Measures
Mostafa Keikha, Jae Hyun Park, Bruce Croft
•Analyzing Bias in CQA-based Expert Finding Test Sets
Reyyan Yeniterzi, Jamie Callan
•Understanding Negation and Family History to Improve Clinical Information Retrieval
Bevan Koopman, Guido Zuccon
•Modeling Dual Role Preferences for Trust-aware Recommendation
Weilong Yao, Jing He, Guangyan Huang, Yanchun Zhang
•Mouse Movement During Relevance Judging: Implications for Determining User Attention
Mark D Smucker, Xiaoyu Guo, Andrew Toulis
•PAAP: Prefetch-Aware Admission Policies for Query Results Cache in Web Search Engines
Hongyuan Ma
•User Geospatial Context for Music Recommendation in Microblogs
Markus Schedl, Andreu Vall, Katayoun Farrahi
•Compositional Data Analysis (CoDA) approaches to distance in information retrieval
Paul Thomas, David Lovell
•Group Latent Factor Model for Recommendation with Multiple User Behaviors
Jian Cheng, Ting Yuan, Hanqing Lu
•Hashing with List-wise Learning to Rank
Zhou Yu, Fei Wu, Siliang Tang, Yin Zhang, Jian Shao, Yueting Zhuang
•A Burstiness-aware Approach for Document Dating
Dimitrios Kotsakos, Theodoros Lappas, Dimitrios Kotzias, Dimitrios Gunopulos, Nattiya Kanhabua, Kjetil Norvag
•An Analysis of Query Difficulty for Information Retrieval in the Medical Domain
Lorraine Goeuriot, Liadh Kelly, Johannes Leveling
•Mobile Query Reformulations
Milad Shokouhi, Rosie Jones, Umut Ozertem, Karthik Raghunathan, Fernando Diaz
•On Peculiarities of Positional Effects in Sponsored Search
Vyacheslav Alipov, Valery Topinsky, Ilya Trofimov
•A Collective Topic model for Milestone Paper Discovery
Ziyu Lu, Nikos Mamoulis, David Cheung
•Document Summarization Based on Word Associations
Oskar Gross, Hannu Toivonen, Antoine Doucet
•Do Users Rate or Review? Boost Phrase-level Sentiment Analysis by Review Sentiment Classification
Kun Zhang
•Random Subspace for Binary Codes Learning in Large Scale Image Retrieval
Cong Leng, Jian Cheng, Hanqing Lu
•Incorporating Query-Specific Feedback into Learning-to-rank Models
Ethem F. Can, Bruce Croft, R. Manmatha
•Large-Scale Author Verification: Temporal and Topical Influences
Michiel van Dam, Claudia Hauff
•Evaluating Mobile Web Search Performance by Taking Good Abandonment into Account
Olga Arkhipova, Lidia Grauer
•Assessing the Usability and Reusability of an E-Discovery Privilege Test Collection
Jyothi Vinjumur, Douglas W Oard, Jiaul Paik
•Modeling Evolution of a Social Network using Temporal Graph Kernels
Akash Anil, Niladri Sett, Ranbir Sanasam
•On User’s Interactions with Query Auto-Completion
Bhaskar Mitra, Milad Shokouhi, Filip Radlinski, Katja Hofmann
•Re-ranking Approach to Classification in Large-scale Power-law Distributed Category Systems
Rohit Babbar, Ioannis partalas, Eric Gaussier, Massih Reza Amini
•Enhancing Personalization via Search Activity Attribution
Adish Singla, Ryen W. White, Ahmed Hassan, Eric Horvitz
•A Syntax-Aware Re-ranker for Microblog Retrieval
Aliaksei Severyn, Alessandro Moschitti, Manos Tsagkias, Richard Berendsen, Maarten de Rijke
•Weighted Aspect-Based Collaborative Filtering
YanPing Nie, Yang Liu, Xiaohui Yu
•Evaluating Intuitiveness of Vertical-Aware Click Models
Aleksandr Chuklin, Ke Zhou, Anne Schuth, Floor Sietsma, Maarten de Rijke
•Recipient Recommendation in Enterprises using Social Graphs and Email Content
David Graus, David van Dijk, Manos Tsagkias, Wouter Weerkamp, Maarten de Rijke
•Analyzing the Content Emphasis of Web Search Engines
Mohammed Alam, Doug Downey
•Effects of Task and Domain on Searcher Attention and Cognitive Load
Dmitry Lagun, Eugene Agichtein
•Learning Sufficient Queries for Entity Filtering
Miles Efron, Craig Willis, Garrick Sherman
•PatentLine: Analyzing Technology Evolution on Multi-View Patent Graphs
Longhui Zhang, Lei Li, Tao Li
•Query Performance Prediction for Entity Retrieval
Hadas Raviv, Oren Kurland, David Carmel
•Second order probabilistic models for Within-Document Novelty Detection in Academic Articles
Laurence Park, Simeon Simoff
•Modeling the Dynamics of Personal Expertise
Yi Fang, Archana Godavarthy
•Annotation Similarity Model in Passage Ranking for Historical Fact Validation
Jun Araki, Jamie Callan
•To Tip or not to Tip: Exploring the Effectiveness of Search Hints for Complex Informational Tasks
Denis Savenkov, Eugene Agichtein
•The Effect of Sampling Strategy on Inferred Measures
Ellen Voorhees
•Cache-Conscious Runtime Optimization for Ranking Ensembles
Xun Tang, Xin Jin, Tao Yang
•Bridging Temporal Context Gaps using Time-Aware Re-Contextualization
Andrea Ceroni, Nam Khanh Tran, Nattiya Kanhabua, Claudia Niederee
•An Enhanced Context-sensitive Proximity Model for Probabilistic Information Retrieval
Jiashu Zhao, Jimmy Huang
•On the Information Difference between Standard Retrieval Models
Peter B. Golbus, Javed A Aslam
•A POMDP Model for Content-Free Document Re-ranking
Sicong Zhang, Jiyun Luo, Grace Hui Yang
•Clustering Search Results for Diversification Using Score Differences
Sadegh Kharazmi, David Vallet, Falk Scholer, Mark Sanderson
•TREC: Topic engineeRing ExerCise
Shane Culpepper, Stefano Mizzaro, Mark Sanderson, Falk Scholer
•How K-12 Students Search For Learning? Analysis of an Educational Search Engine Log
Arif Usta, Ismail S Altingovde, Bahattin Vidinli, Rifat Ozcan, Ozgur Ulusoy
•The Correlation between Cluster Hypothesis Tests and the Effectiveness of Cluster-Based Retrieval
Fiana Raiber, Oren Kurland
•The Effect of Expanding Relevance Judgements with Duplicates
Gaurav M Baruah, Adam Roegiest, Mark D Smucker
•On Correlation of Absence Time and Search Effectiveness
Sunandan Chakraborty, Filip Radlinski, Milad Shokouhi, Paul Baecke
•Necessary and Frequent Terms in Queries 
Jiepu Jiang, James Allan
•Extracting Topics Based on Authors, Recipients and Content in Microblogs
Nazneen Fatema Rajani, Kate McArdle
•Exploiting Twitter and Wikipedia for the Annotation of Event Images
Philip McParlane, Joemon Jose
•Learning to Translate Queries for CLIR
Artem Sokolov, Felix Hieber, Stefan Riezler
•Predicting Query Performance In Microblog Retrieval
Jesus Alberto Rodriguez Perez
•An Event Extraction Model based on a Timeline and User Reliability Analysis on Twitter
Bayar Tsolmon, Kyung-Soon Lee
•What Makes Data Robust: A Data Analysis in Learning to Rank
Shuzi Niu, Yanyan Lan, Jiafeng Guo, Xueqi Cheng, Xiubo Geng
•Learning to Bridge Colloquial and Formal Language Applied to Linking and Search of E-Commerce Data
Ivan Vulic, susana zoghbi, Marie-Francine Moens
•Uncovering the Unarchived Web
Thaer Samar, Hugo C. Huurdeman, Anat Ben-David, Jaap Kamps, Arjen P. de Vries
•Inferring Topic-Dependent Influencing Roles of Twitter Users
Chengyao Chen, Dehong Gao, Wenjie Li
•Reputation Analysis with a Ranked Sentiment-Lexicon
Filipa Peleja, Joao Santos, Joao Magalhaes
•On Predicting Religion Labels in Microblogging Networks
Minh-Thap Nguyen, Ee-Peng Lim
•Efficiently Identify Local Frequent Keyword Co-occurrence Patterns in Geo-tagged Twitter Stream
Xiaoyang Wang, Ying Zhang, Wenjie Zhang, Xuemin Lin
•Item Group Based Pairwise Preference Learning for Personalized Ranking
Qiu Shuang, Jian Cheng, Ting Yuan, Cong Leng, Hanqing Lu
•Where Not to Go? Detecting Road Hazards Using Twitter
Yi Fang, Avinash Kumar, Miao Jiang
•Enhancing Sketch-based Sport Video Retrieval by Suggesting Relevant Motion Paths
Ihab Al Kabary, Heiko Schuldt
•Dynamic Location Models
Vanessa Murdock
•Wikipedia-Based Query Performance Prediction
Gilad Katz, Anna Shtok, Oren Kurland, Bracha Shapira, Lior Rokach
•A Revisit to Social Network-Based Recommender System
Hui Li, Dingming Wu, Nikos Mamoulis


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