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|Title:||Time and information retrieval: Introduction to the special issue|
|Abstract:||The Special Issue of Information Processing and Management includes research papers on the intersection between time and information retrieval. In 'Evaluating Document Filtering Systems over Time', Tom Kenter and Krisztian Balog propose a time-aware way of measuring a system's performance at filtering documents. Manika Kar, SeAa7acute;rgio Nunes and Cristina Ribeiro present interesting methods for summarizing changes in dynamic text collections over time in their paper 'Summarization of Changes in Dynamic Text Collection using Latent Dirichlet Allocation Model.' Hideo Joho, Adam Jatowt and Roi Blanco report on the temporal information searching behaviour of users and their strategies for dealing with searches that have a temporal nature in 'Temporal Information Searching Behaviour and Strategies', a user study. In controlled settings, thirty participants are asked to perform searches on an array of topics on the web to find information related to particular time scopes. Adam Jatowt, Ching-man Au Yeung and Katsumi Tanaka present a 'Generic Method for Detecting Content Time of Documents'. The authors propose several methods for estimating the focus time of documents, i.e. the time a document's content refers to. Xujian Zhao, Peiquan Jin and Lihua Yue present an approach to determining the time of the underlying topic or event in their article entitled 'Discovering Topic Time from Web News'.|
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