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  • Museum0610

    1. 1. MuSeUM Multiple-collection SEarching Using Metadata
    2. 2. Problem
    3. 3. 5% on display
    4. 4. 95% in depot
    5. 5. Only 1% (1,130 objects) online!
    6. 6. Documentation: 1,000,000 descriptions Freed from physical limitations: can we show everything online?
    7. 7. Results
    8. 8. 3 researchers CH/CS expertise Next: Postdoc UvA Now: UD in Greece (Sick-leave)
    9. 9. 40+ publications
    10. 10. 3 demo’s
    11. 11. Dozens of variants of advanced CH retrieval systems
    12. 12. Major barriers 1.5 years to finalize gM collection 2.5 years to finalize gM evaluation
    13. 13. Major Findings
    14. 14. Text retrieval is very effective on CH descriptions Advanced CH retrieval puts the object central Record structure helps expert searchers
    15. 15. CH retrieval requires special evaluation Large-scale reusable test collection build Promising results on “Automated Evaluation” using logs
    16. 16. Many technical results demonstrated on other data Use of structure for retrieval (INEX,ECIR,WSDM,ICTIR) Predicting where to stop in professional search (TREC,SIGIR) Result merging for distributed search (CIKM,ICTIR) Impact of collection size (TREC,SIGIR) Retrieval in Historic Dutch (ECIR) Evaluation of domain specific search (INEX,TREC,RIAO)
    17. 17. Upshot for CH
    18. 18. Upshot for Cultural Heritage Sector Insight in CH information seeking behavior Shown value of “hidden” documentation Large-scale reusable test-collections for MLA Demonstrated effectiveness of dedicated retrieval methods Shown relative value of fields in CH descriptions
    19. 19. Expectations were high, results exceed expectations Results open up new scientific questions...

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