CLEF 2019 Accepted Conference Papers

LONG Papers

  • Monica Landoni, Davide Matteri, Emiliana Murgia, Theo Huibers and Maria Soledad Pera
    Sonny, Cerca! Evaluating the Impact of Using a Vocal Assistant to Search at School
  • Sébastien Déjean, Josiane Mothe and Md Zia Ullah.
    Studying the Variability of System Setting Effectiveness by Data Analytics and Visualization
  • Thi Bich Ngoc Hoang, Josiane Mothe and Manon Baillon.
    TwitCID: a Collection of Data Sets for Studies on Information Diffusion on Social Networks
  • Markus Zlabinger, Navid Rekabsaz, Stefan Zlabinger and Allan Hanbury
    Efficient Answer-Annotation for Frequent Questions
  • Shalmoli Ghosh, Prajwal Singhania, Siddharth Singh, Koustav Rudra and Saptarshi Ghosh
    Stance Detection in Web and Social Media: A Comparative Study
  • Denys Laritza Coello Guilarte, Rosa María Ortega Mendoza, Luis Villaseñor Pineda and Manuel Montes Y Gómez
    Cross-lingual depression detection in Twitter using bilingual word-level alignment
  • Benjamin Murauer and Günther Specht
    Generating Cross-Domain Text Corpora from Social Media Comments

SHORT Papers

  • Owen Conlan, Kieran Fraser, Liadh Kelly and Bilal Yousuf
    A User Modeling Shared Challenge Proposal
  • Han-Chin Shing, Joseph Barrow, Petra Galuščáková, Douglas Oard and Philip Resnik.
    Unsupervised System Combination for Set-based Retrieval with Expectation Maximization
  • Hosein Azarbonyad and Maarten Marx.
    How many labels? Determining the Number of Labels in Multi-Label Text Classification
  • Wesley Santos and Ivandre Paraboni
    Personality facets recognition from text
  • Hélder Antunes and Carla Lopes
    Analyzing the adequacy of readability indicators to a non-English language
  • Amal Alharbi and Mark Stevenson
    Improving Ranking for Systematic Reviews Using Query Adaptation
  • Jussi Karlgren
    How Lexical Gold Standards Have Effects On The Usefulness Of Text Analysis Tools For Digital Scholarship
  • Aleksandr Chuklin, Aliaksei Severyn, Johanne R. Trippas, Enrique Alfonseca, Hanna Silen and Damiano Spina
    Using Audio Transformations to Improve Comprehension in Voice Question Answering