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SIGIR 2014 : Workshop on gathering efficient assessments of relevance (GEAR)

Halvey, Martin and Villa, Robert and Clough, Paul D (2015) SIGIR 2014 : Workshop on gathering efficient assessments of relevance (GEAR). ACM SIGIR Forum, 49 (1). pp. 16-19. ISSN 1558-0229

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Abstract

On July 11th 2014 the First Workshop on the Gathering Efficient Assessments of Relevance (GEAR 2014) was held as part of the SIGIR 2014 conference at the Gold Coast, Australia. An invited talk was given by Dr Nicola Ferro. Three full papers were presented, in addition to a design activity which lead to a lively discussion on gathering relevance assessments. This contribution discusses the events of the workshop.