Reflexiones sobre la evaluación de los sistemas de recuperación de información: necesidad, utilidad y viabilidad

Méndez F, Muñoz J ...see all

Anales de Documentación, vol. 7 (2004) pp. 153-170

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The evaluation of Information Retrieval Systems has been developed parallelly to their evolution for reasons of scientific nature, generating the appearance of a great number of proposals to make this process. Assuming that all these proposals - most of which they appear in this work- try to look for a robust mechanism to measure the effectiveness of Information Retrieval Systems, it is not less certain information retrieval is a complex problem to resolve, due to the inherent problems related with translating the user’s information needs to a formalized expression search. The implementation of an objective and simple method to evaluate the effectiveness is the axis where the scene of the evaluation of the information retrieval gravitates

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  • Effectiveness measures
  • Evaluación
  • Information retrieval Systems
  • evaluation
  • medidas de evaluación
  • recuperación de información

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  • Francisco Javier Martínez Méndez

  • José Vicente Rodríguez Muñoz

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