ECIR 2011 WorkshopApril 18, 2011

Information Retrieval Over Query Sessions

Workshop Proceedings

Entire volume

Front matter

Invited speaker
Rosie Jones, Akamai, Cambridge, MA, USA

Panel discussion
Stephen Robertson, Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK
Kalervo Järvelin, University of Tampere, Finland
Mark Sanderson, RMIT University, Australia
Tetsuya Sakai, Microsoft Research Asia, China

Accepted papers

  • [pdf] [slides] Deirdre Lungley, M-Dyaa Albakour, Udo Kruschwitz.
    The use of domain modeling to improve performance over a query session.

  • [pdf] Makoto P. Kato, Tetsuya Sakai, and Katsumi Tanaka.
    Query session data vs. clickthrough data as query suggestion resources.

  • [pdf] Tomasz Hoffmann, Tadeusz Janasiewicz, and Andrzej Szwabe.
    New user profile learning for extremely sparse data sets.

  • [pdf] Corrado Boscarino, Arjen P. de Vries, Vera Hollink, and Jacco van Ossenbruggen.
    Implicit relevance feedback from a multi-step search process: a use of query-logs.

  • [pdf] [slides] Johannes Leveling and Gareth Jones.
    Same query -- different results? A study of repeat queries in search sessions.

  • [pdf] Debasis Ganguly, Johannes Leveling, and Gareth Jones.
    Automatic generation of query sessions using text segmentation.

  • [pdf] [slides] Guido Zuccon, Teerapong Leelanupab, Stewart Whiting, Emine Yilmaz, Joemon Jose, and Leif Azzopardi.
    Crowdsourcing interactions: capturing query sessions through crowdsourcing.

  • [pdf] Hao Wu and Hui Fang.
    An exploration of query term deletion.

  • [pdf] [slides] Matthias Hagen, Benno Stein, and Tino Rüb.
    Query session detection as a cascade.