Quantifying Retrieval Bias In Web Archive Search

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6 quantifying retrieval bias in web archive search73 6.1 Introduction 74 6.2 Related Work 76 6.3 Approach 78 6.4 Experimental Setup 79 6.4.1 Retrievability Experimental Setup 79 6.4.2 Known-Item Search Setup Based on Retrievabil-ity Scores 85 6.5 Retrievability Bias 88 6.5.1 Retrievability and Findability 91

Advisory Panel on Rare Disease Spring 2015 Meeting - PCORI

Lead-time bias Systematic differences in the age or severity of morbidity at diagnosis Information bias Bias in completeness or accuracy of data. Misclassification bias Misdiagnosis associated with patient characteristics Representativeness of registry Self-selection bias in persons who seek diagnosis or participate Undiagnosed cases Data

Quantifying retrieval bias in Web archive search

Quantifying retrieval bias in Web archive search 59 and time-based ranking [1,16,32]. Costa and Silva [21]cre-ated a temporal test collection from the Portuguese Web Archive [28], to enable evaluation of temporal methods in IR. A test collection consists of queries (topics), documents, and the judgments by users of their relevance to the queries.

S a m p l e Bi b l i o g r a p h y - Bethel University

1 S a m p l e Bi b l i o g r a p h y Based on: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6 t h ed.) References American Management Association.

Quantifying retrieval bias in Web archive search

Quantifying retrieval bias in Web archive search One possible way for users to access a Web archive is through full-text search systems. However, previous studies Keywords Web archive

Quantifying Bias in Search Engines and beyond

retrieval systems, and makes explicit the inherent biases that affect the retrieved results Knowing which documents are particularly hard to find allows the institutions to improve their retrieval systems and the users to adapt their search strategies and be aware of the retrieval bias and the source of that bias