Evaluating Web Search Result Summaries
At The 28th European Conference on Information Retrieval, ECIR’06.
The aim of our research is to produce and assess short summaries to aid users’ relevance judgements, for example for a search engine result page. In this paper we present our new metric for measuring summary quality based on representativeness and judgeability, and compare the summary quality of our system to that of Google. We discuss the basis for constructing our evaluation methodology in contrast to previous relevant open evaluations, arguing that the elements which make up an evaluation methodology: the tasks, data and metrics, are interdependent and the way in which they are combined is critical to the effectiveness of the methodology. The paper discusses the relationship between these three factors as implemented in our own work, as well as in SUMMAC/MUC/DUC.
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|Venue - Dates:
||The 28th European Conference on Information Retrieval, ECIR’06, 2006-01-01
||Electronics & Computer Science
||14 Feb 2008 12:44
||17 Apr 2017 19:24
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