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Variations axiomatiques pour la recherche d'information personnalisée

Abstract : This paper focuses on difficulty of finding relevant information in a social network. We start from the premise that user profiles must be filtered to have a positive impact on the retrieval. The Profile Query Expansion Constraint is then defined: it defines the expected behavior of the terms that are used to personalize a user query. We define, then, one integration of the constraint in a probabilistic matching framework, before studying when the query may be used to help focusing the social profile of a user asking a query. Experiments are processed on the Bibsonomy corpus. Our findings show that even simple profile adaptations are effective for social personalized information retrieval.
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Philippe Mulhem, Nawal Ould Amer, Mathias Géry. Variations axiomatiques pour la recherche d'information personnalisée. COnférence en Recherche d'Informations et Applications, Mar 2017, Marseille, France. ⟨ujm-01615861⟩



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