CLEF 2018 Accepted Papers

LONG Papers

  • (15) Carla Teixeira Lopes and Cristina Ribeiro. Effects of language and terminology of query suggestions on the precision of health searches
  • (18) Sue Han Lee, Yang Loong Chang, Chee Seng Chan, Joly Alexis, Pierre Bonnet and Herve Goeau. Plant Classification based on Gated Recurrent Unit(*)
  • (19) Messaoud Chaa, Omar Nouali and Patrice Bellot Combining Tags and Reviews to Improve Social Book Search Performance
  • (21) Marcel Trotzek, Sven Koitka and Christoph M. Friedrich. Early Detection of Depression Based on Linguistic Metadata Augmented Classifiers Revisited(*)
  • (22) Kseniya Buraya, Aleksandr Farseev and Andrey Filchenkov. Multi-View Personality Profiling Based on Longitudinal Data
  • (29) Athanasios Lagopoulos, Antonios Anagnostou, Adamantios Minas and Grigorios Tsoumakas. Learning-to-Rank and Relevance Feedback for Literature Appraisal in Empirical Medicine.
  • (36) Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio and Federica Vezzani. Using R Markdown for Replicable Experiments in Evidence Based Medicine
  • (45) Ehsan Sherkat, Julien Velcin and Evangelos E. Milios Fast and Simple Deterministic Seeding of KMeans for Text Document Clustering
  • (48) Spyridon Stathopoulos and Theodore Kalamboukis.Medical Image Classification with Weighted Latent Semantic Tensors and Deep Convolutional Neural Networks
  • (50) Vincent Andrearczyk and Henning Müller.Deep Multimodal Classification of Image Types in Biomedical Journal Figures
  • (54) Oren Halvani and Lukas Graner.Rethinking the Evaluation Methodology of Authorship Verification Methods
  • (56) Yashin Dicente Cid, Kayhan Batmanghelich and Henning Müller. Textured Graph-based Model of the Lungs: Application on Tuberculosis Type Classification and Multi-Drug Resistance Detection(*)
  • (58) Elena Tutubalina and Zulfat Miftakhutdinov. Deep Learning for ICD Coding: Looking for Medical Concepts in Clinical Documents in English and French(*)
  • (63) Elvys Linhares Pontes, Juan-Manuel Torres-Moreno and Stéphane Huet. Microblog Contextualization: Advantages and Limitations of a Multi-Sentence Compression Approach(*)
  • (64) Angelo Basile, Gareth Dwyer, Maria Medvedeva, Josine Rawee, Hessel Haagsma and Malvina Nissim. Simply the Best: Minimalist System Trumps Complex Models in Author Profiling(*)

(*) Best of the 2017 Labs papers

SHORT Papers

  • (25) 25Hua Yang and Teresa Gonçalves.A Compound Model for Consumer Health Search(*)
  • (30) Georgeta Bordea, Frantz Thiessard, Thierry Hamon and Fleur Mougin. Automatic query selection for acquisition and discovery of food-drug interactions
  • (55) John Samuel. Analyzing and Visualizing Translation Patterns of Wikidata Properties
  • (60) Juan Javier Sánchez-Junquera, Luis Villaseñor-Pineda, Manuel Montes-Y-Gómez and Paolo Rosso. Character N-grams for Detecting Deceptive Controversial Opinions
  • (62) Sadid A. Hasan, Yuan Ling, Joey Liu, Rithesh Sreenivasan, Shreya Anand, Tilak Arora, Vivek V Datla, Kathy Lee, Ashequl Qadir, Christine Swisher and Oladimeji Farri. Attention-based Medical Caption Generation with Image Modality Classification and Clinical Concept Mapping(*)
  • (65) Helena Gómez-Adorno, Carolina Martín-Del-Campo-Rodríguez, Grigori Sidorov, Yuridiana Alemán, Darnes Vilariño Ayala and David Pinto. Hierarchical Clustering Analysis: The best-performing approach at PAN 2017 author clustering task(*)
  • (66) Jahna Otterbacher. Addressing Social Bias in Information Retrieval

(*) Best of the 2017 Labs papers


  • (24) Ines Abbes, Alberto Barrón-Cedeño, Hassan Sajjad and Mohamed Jemni. WikiQA+ar: On Building Datasets for Open-Domain Cross-Language Question Answering
  • (32) Sattam Almatarneh and Pablo Gamallo. A Comparative Study of Polarity Lexicons for Supervised Sentiment Analysis
  • (39) Peter Sumbler, Fredrik Olsson, Nina Viereckel, Maria Verbitskaya, Lars Hamberg, Magnus Sahlgren and Jussi Karlgren. ParaLex: A Multilingual Resource for Evaluating Semantic Similarity Models
  • (43) Paulo Santos and Carla Lopes. Is it a lay or medico-scientific concept? Proposals for an automatic classification
  • (47) David Reymond, Faga Roberto, Andreas Motl, Celso Arruda Vanderlei and Quoniam Luc. A free open source patent corpus generator
  • (53) Kamil Safin. Optimal model selection for paraphrase detection task
  • (57) Mohamed Ettaleb, Chiraz Latiri and Patrice Bellot Book Recommendation based on query expansion techniques