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Evaluation Metrics and Evaluation

  • Hercules Dalianis
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Abstract

This chapter describes the metrics for the evaluation of information retrieval and natural language processing systems, the annotation techniques and evaluation metrics and the concepts of training, development and evaluations sets for information retrieval systems.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hercules Dalianis
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  1. 1.DSV-Stockholm UniversityKistaSweden

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