|Date||Topic||Tentative Reading||slides||Assigned To|
|Sept.25||Information behavior, browsing vs seeking, types of search, history of IR||Hearst Ch. 3||lec1.pdf|
|Sept.27||IR Basics: inverted index, query and document representations, boolean retrieval, simple tf/idf and other ranking schemes
Homework 0: getting setup
|Manning, Raghavan and Schütze, Ch.1-2||lec2.pdf|
|Oct.2||IR models: boolean, vector space, language models
|Manning et al. chapters 6, 7, 12, and 18. Don't worry; the last two are short chapters, and large parts of them will probably be review. If you thought the LSA/LSI stuff was interesting, I suggest checking out Furnas, et al.'s 1988 SIGIR paper on using SVD for IR.||lec3.pdf|
|Oct.4||Index construction/optimization/compression||Manning et al. chapters 4 and 5||lec4.pdf|
|Oct.9||Experimental Evaluation||Manning et al. Ch. 8, Hearst Ch. 2. Of historical interest, and highly recommended, is Cleverdon 1991. Also highly recommended is Käki & Aula 2007.||lec5.pdf|
|Oct.11||Relevance feedback||Manning, Raghavan and Schütze, Ch.9;
White et al. (2006); Lee et al. (2008)
|Clarke et al. (2007); Wu et al. (2012)||Khoa Pham|
|Oct.18||Web search, PageRank||Manning et al. Ch. 19 and Ch. 21; Page et al. (1998); Kurland and Lee (2010)||lec8.pdf||Tomer Meshorer|
|Oct.23||Parallel & Map-Reduce approaches||Lin (2009); Lin et al. (2009); Pantel et al. (2009)||Masoud Rouhizadeh|
|Oct.25||Query suggestion/reformulation||Jain et al. (2011); Ozertem et al. (2012)||Golnar Sheikhshabbafghi|
|Oct.30||Guest lecture: Brooke Cowan, Information Extraction||Banko et al. (2007); Carlson et al. (2010); McClosky et al. (2011); Jurafsky Ch. 22||slides|
|Nov.1||Student project proposals|
|Nov.6||Weighted lattice indexing||Saraclar and Sproat (2004); Allauzen, Mohri and Saraclar (2004); Chelba and Acero (2005)||Andrew Fowler|
|Nov.8||Spoken term detection||Hori et al. (2007); Mamou et al. (2007); Parada et al. (2010)||Maider Lehr and Meysam Asgari|
|Nov.13||Guest lecture: Bill Hersh, Biomedical information retrieval||slides | handout|
|Nov.15||Guest lecture: Amanda Jones, E-discovery||Grossman and Cormack (2011); Barnett and Godjevac (2011)||slides|
|Nov.20||Learning to rank||Manning et al. Ch.15; Sculley (2010)||slides||Alireza Bayestehtashk|
|Nov.22||Thanksgiving, no class|
|Nov.27||Multimedia retrieval||Müller et al. (2004); Zhou et al. (2012); Mitchell et al. (2012)||slides||Hamidreza Mohammadi|
|Nov.29||Prediction and sentiment analysis||O'Connor et al. (2010); Chahuneau et al. (2012); Gayo-Avello (2012)||slides||Mahsa Langarani|
|Dec. 4,6||Term project presentations||Tuesday, Dec. 4: Andrew, Tomer, Hamid
Thursday, Dec. 6: Golnar, Khoa, Masoud
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