The Text REtrieval Conference (TREC) started in 1992, is an ongoing workshop series whose purpose is to support research within the information retrieval community by providing the infrastructure necessary for large-scale evaluation of text retrieval methodologies.
Our team has been participating in TREC for three years now publishing multiple papers at these evaluation conferences from the start of the project.
ArQAT's best performance so far!
ArQAT exhibited the best performance in all the submitted automatic runs in the push notification task and the second best among all submitted automatic runs in the email-digest task of the Real-time Summarization track. While in LiveQA track, ArQAT performed better than the average performance and came out the fourth position in all the submitted automatic runs.Publications
- CLIP at TREC 2016: LiveQA and RTS
- Mossaab Bagdouri, Douglas W. Oard
- Light-weight, Conservative, yet Effective: Scalable Real-time Tweet Summarization
- Reem Suwaileh, Maram Hasanain and Tamer Elsayed
- Real, Live, and Concise: Answering Open-Domain Questions with Word Embedding and Summarization
- Rana Malhas , Marwan Torki , Rahma Ali , Evi Yulianti , Tamer Elsayed
- CLIP at TREC 2015: Microblog and LiveQA
- Mossaab Bagdouri, Doug Oard
- QU at TREC-2015: Building Real-Time Systems for Tweet Filtering and Question Answering
- Reem Suwaileh, Maram Hasanain, Marwan Torki, Tamer Elsayed
- RMIT at the TREC2015 LiveQA Track
- Ruey-Cheng Chen, J. Shane Culpepper, Tadele Tadela Damessie, Timothy Jones, Ahmed Mourad, Kevin Ong, Falk Scholer, Evi Yulianti
- QU at TREC-2014 : Online Clustering with Temporal and Topical Expansion for Tweet Timeline Generation
- Maram Hasanain , Tamer Elsayed