OAUC's participation in the CLEF2015 SBS Search Suggestion Track

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2015

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CEUR Workshop Proceedings;1391

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CEUR Workshop Proceedings

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In this article we describe the OAUC's participation in the CLEF 2015 SBS Search Suggestion track. We are trying to represent appeal elements, used in readers' advisory theory and practice, to see if they can be used in an automatic retrieval and recommendation context. We are starting out with the pace appeal element, used on fiction to representing how quickly a buildup of the story is. The results so far indicate that much tuning is needed when building models that can represent pace.

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  • http://hdl.handle.net/10642/3014