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Cluster-based patent retrieval

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Cluster-based patent retrieval
Through the recent NTCIR workshops, patent retrieval casts many challenging issues to information retrieval community. Unlike newspaper articles, patent documents are very long and well structured. These characteristics raise the necessity to reassess existing retrieval techniques that have been mainly developed for structure-less and short documents such as newspapers. This study investigates cluster-based retrieval in the context of invalidity search task of patent retrieval. Cluster-based retrieval assumes that clusters would provide additional evidence to match user’s information need. Thus far, cluster-based retrieval approaches have relied on automatically-created clusters. Fortunately, all patents have manuallyassigned cluster information, international patent classification codes. International patent classification is a standard taxonomy for classifying patents, and has currently about 69,000 nodes which are organized into a five-level hierarchical system. Thus, patent d...
In-Su Kang, Seung-Hoon Na, Jungi Kim, Jong-Hyeok L
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IPM
Authors In-Su Kang, Seung-Hoon Na, Jungi Kim, Jong-Hyeok Lee
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