Collaborative Knowledge Management: Evaluation of Automated Link Discovery in the Wikipedia
Huang, Wei- Che (Darren), Trotman, Andrew, & Geva, Shlomo (2007) Collaborative Knowledge Management: Evaluation of Automated Link Discovery in the Wikipedia. In 30th Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research & Development on Information Retrieval, 23-27 July 2007, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Using the Wikipedia as a corpus, the Link-the-Wiki track, launched by INEX in 2007, aims at producing a standard procedure and metrics for the evaluation of (automated) link discovery at different element levels. In this paper, we describe the preliminary procedure for the assessment, including the topic selection, submission, pooling and evaluation. Related techniques are also presented such as the proposed DTD, submission format, XML element retrieval and the concept of Best Entry points (BEPS). Due to the task required by LTW, it represents a considerable evaluation challenge. We propose a preliminary procedure of assessment for this stage of the LTW and also discuss the further issues for improvement. Finally, an efficiency measurement is introduced for investigation since the LTW task involves two studies: the selection of document elements that represent the topic of request and the nomination of associated links that can access different levels of the XML document.
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