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On performance of topical opinion retrieval

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On performance of topical opinion retrieval
We investigate the effectiveness of both the standard evaluation measures and the opinion component for topical opinion retrieval. We analyze how relevance is affected by opinions by perturbing relevance ranking by the outcomes of opiniononly classifiers built by Monte Carlo sampling. Topical opinion rankings are obtained by either re-ranking or filtering the documents of a first-pass retrieval of topic relevance. The proposed approach establishes the correlation between the accuracy and the precision of the classifier and the performance of the topical opinion retrieval. Among other results, it is possible to assess the effectiveness of the opinion component by comparing the effectiveness of the relevance baseline with the topical opinion ranking. Categories and Subject Descriptors: H.3.3 Information Search and Retrieval: Performance evaluation (efficiency and effectiveness) General Terms: Theory, Experimentation
Giambattista Amati, Giuseppe Amodeo, Valerio Capoz
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where SIGIR
Authors Giambattista Amati, Giuseppe Amodeo, Valerio Capozio, Carlo Gaibisso, Giorgio Gambosi
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