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Topics in Language Processing

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Topics in Language Processing CS 5319

Dorothy Bahringer DVM
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Nigel Ward

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Date Created: 10/29/15
Search Engine Technologies CS 5319 Spring 2007 Nigel Ward 5 0quot 9 Review Questions Illustrate the operation of a search engine like Google as described in Erin and Page 1998 by providing a highlevel trace of the processing it would do for the query mobile telephone ergonomics Note places where parallelism is exploited Give pseudocode for nding the 10 most similar documents to a query using the vector space model Brie y describe the data structures your code assumes There are many 2word pairs in English including some like ice cream and platform independent which should be treated as single terms If there is a 2word sequence x y Px 10394 Py 10 393 and Pxy 105 should x y be treated as a single term Explain Explain how good personalization can 1 t for 39 in the l t quot of querydocument similarity Also explain how it can compensate for weaknesses in the page quality estimate PageRank etc Query expansion is usually done without notifying the user what s going on Give reasons both for and against making this more Visible to the user Explain how a language model contributes to speech recognition Name three important ways in which commercial search engines differ from freeware IR systems Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of structured queries as a way to access a database of scienti c articles The Library of Congress devotes a lot of effort to cataloging books Can they stop now that we have search engines Why or why not


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