Our paper “Predicting Search Satisfaction Metrics with Interleaved Comparisons” with Anne Schuth, Katja Hofmann, and Filip Radlinski was accepted as a full paper at SIGIR 2015.
Our paper “Probabilistic Multileave for Online Retrieval Evaluation” with Anne Schuth, Robert-Jan Bruintjes, Fritjof Büttner, Joost van Doorn, Carla Groenland, Cong-Nguyen Tran, Harrie Oosterhuis, Bas Veeling, Jos van der Velde, Roger Wechsler, David Woudenberg, and Maarten de Rijke was accepted as a short paper at SIGIR2015.
Our ACM Transactions on Information Systems paper called “A comparative analysis of interleaving methods for aggregated search” by Aleksandr Chuklin, Anne Schuth, Ke Zhou and Maarten de Rijke is available now.
This article describes my work and was written by my colleagues David Graus and Marlies van der Wees (thanks!). It was posted on the uva.nl website on 4 November 2014. How does Google know which search results to display? There are many algorithms that generate search results, but which one works best? Professor Maarten de Rijke of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) has headed the development of a new method for quickly comparing large numbers of search algorithms by examining the results users…
Our paper “Multileaved Comparisons for Fast Online Evaluation” by Anne Schuth, Floor Sietsma, Shimon Whiteson, Damien Lefortier and Maarten de Rijke was accepted as a full paper at CIKM’14.
Our paper “Evaluating Intuitiveness of Vertical-Aware Click Models” with Aleksandr Chuklin, Ke Zhou, Anne Schuth, Floor Sietsma, and Maarten de Rijke was accepted as a short paper at SIGIR 2014.
One week ago, I took off from Amsterdam to settle in Moscow for 3.5 months. I was going to be a research intern at Yandex, the Russian search engine and a major player in international search engine land. It was a good thing I printed a map with the location of my apartment, the taxi driver had no clue where to go when I told him my address. But after about spending the best part of an hour in a traffic jam where…