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HCIR’11 — an eye-opening experience

October 25, 2011

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HCIR’11 was like a great school to me. I always felt that a good 1-day workshop can be better than week-long conferences, yet this was a special opportunity for me who is trying to extend my horizon to more user-conscious part of IR research. Gary’s keynote was particularly enchanting, providing a good overview on HCIR […]

CIKM – Overview

November 7, 2009

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I just attended CIKM in Hong Kong. The conference was very successful. There were many interesting papers and the organizers did a good job. (I also liked the food here much better than in SIGIR Boston 😉 Let me post about a couple of interesting trends and works. I want to summarize the big picture […]

CIKM 2009 Statistics of Titles and Institutions

September 3, 2009

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CIKM 2009 (The 18th ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management) will be an interesting venue for combining researchers in DB, IR and KM fields. As a IR researcher whose interest spans over structured document retrieval and personal information(knowledge) management, this is possibly the most relevant conference. I got the following word statistics from paper […]