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|Title:||Efficient Test Collection Construction via Active Learning||Authors:||Rahman, M. M.
|Issue Date:||Sep-2020||Publisher:||Association for Computing Machinery||Source:||Rahman, M. M., Kutlu, M., Elsayed, T., and Lease, M. (2020, September). Efficient test collection construction via active learning. In Proceedings of the 2020 ACM SIGIR on International Conference on Theory of Information Retrieval (pp. 177-184).||Abstract:||To create a new IR test collection at low cost, it is valuable to carefully select which documents merit human relevance judgments. Shared task campaigns such as NIST TREC pool document rankings from many participating systems (and often interactive runs as well) in order to identify the most likely relevant documents for human judging. However, if one's primary goal is merely to build a test collection, it would be useful to be able to do so without needing to run an entire shared task. Toward this end, we investigate multiple active learning strategies which, without reliance on system rankings: 1) select which documents human assessors should judge; and 2) automatically classify the relevance of additional unjudged documents. To assess our approach, we report experiments on five TREC collections with varying scarcity of relevant documents. We report labeling accuracy achieved, as well as rank correlation when evaluating participant systems based upon these labels vs. full pool judgments. Results show the effectiveness of our approach, and we further analyze how varying relevance scarcity across collections impacts our findings. To support reproducibility and follow-on work, we have shared our code online\footnote\urlhttps://github.com/mdmustafizurrahman/ICTIR_AL_TestCollection_2020/. © 2020 ACM.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11851/4038
|Appears in Collections:||Bilgisayar Mühendisliği Bölümü / Department of Computer Engineering|
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