CLEF 2013 Accepted Papers

LONG Papers

  • The Scholarly Impact of CLEF (2000–2009) Theodora Tsikrika, Birger Larsen, Henning Müller, Stefan Endrullis, and Erhard Rahm
  • A Case Study in Decompounding for Bengali Information Retrieval Debasis Ganguly, Johannes Leveling, and Gareth Jones
  • The Impact of Belief Values on the Identification of Patient Cohorts Travis Goodwin and Sanda Harabagiu
  • Improving Ranking Evaluation Employing Visual Analytics Marco Angelini, Nicola Ferro, Giuseppe Santucci, and Gianmaria Silvello
  • Subtopic Mining Based on Head-modifier Relation and Co-occurrence of Intents Using Web Documents Se-Jong Kim and Jong-Hyeok Lee
  • Building a Common Framework for IIR Evaluation Mark Michael Hall and Elaine Toms
  • A Proposal for a new Evaluation and Result Visualization Technique for Sentiment Analysis Tasks Francisco José Valverde Albacete, Jorge Carrillo de Albornoz, and Carmen Peláez-Moreno
  • A Comparative Evaluation of Cross-lingual Text Annotation Techniques Lei Zhang, Achim Rettinger, Michael Färber, and Marko Tadic
  • A Formative Evaluation of a Comprehensive Search System for Medical Professionals Veronika Stefanov, Alexander Sachs, Marlene Kritz, Matthias Samwald, Manfred Gschwandtner, and Allan Hanbury
  • Selecting Success Criteria: Experiences with an Academic Library Catalogue Paul Clough and Paula Goodale
  • Semantic discovery of resources in cloud-based PACS/RIS systems Rafael Berlanga, María Pérez, Lledó Museros, and Rafael Forcada

SHORT Papers

  • Mining Query Logs of USPTO Patent Examiners Wolfgang Tannebaum and Andreas Rauber
  • A New Corpus for the Evaluation of Arabic Intrinsic Plagiarism Detection Imene Bensalem, Paolo Rosso, and Salim Chikhi
  • Relevant Clouds: Leveraging Relevance Feedback to Build Tag Clouds for Image Search Luis A. Leiva, Mauricio Villegas, and Roberto Paredes
  • Exploiting Multiple Translation Resources for English-Persian Cross Language Information Retrieval Hosein Azarbonyad, Azadeh Shakery, and Heshaam Faili
  • A Turing Test to Evaluate a Complex Summarization Task Alejandro Molina, Eric Sanjuan, and Juan-Manuel Torres-Moreno


  • ALQASIM: Arabic Language Question Answer Selection in Machines Ahmed Magdy Ezzeldin, Mohamed Hamed Kholief, and Yasser El-Sonbaty
  • A Quantitative Look at the CLEF Working Notes Thomas Wilhelm-Stein and Maximilian Eibl
  • Counting Co-occurrences in Citations to Identify Plagiarised Text Fragments Solange Pertile, Paolo Rosso, and Viviane P. Moreira
  • A Dependency-inspired Semantic Evaluation of Machine Translation Systems Mohammadreza Mirsarraf and Nazanin Dehghani
  • Context-dependent Semantic Annotation in Cross-lingual Biomedical Resources Rafael Berlanga, Antonio Jimeno, and María Pérez Catalán
  • A Web-based CLIR System with Cross-lingual Topical Pseudo Relevance Feedback Xuwen Wang, Xiaojie Wang, and Qiang Zhang