2 results match your criteria Acm Transactions On Information Systems[Journal]

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Using Replicates in Information Retrieval Evaluation.

ACM Trans Inf Syst 2017 Sep;36(2)

National Institute of Standards and Technology.

This article explores a method for more accurately estimating the main effect of the system in a typical test-collection-based evaluation of information retrieval systems, thus increasing the sensitivity of system comparisons. Randomly partitioning the test document collection allows for multiple tests of a given system and topic (replicates). Bootstrap ANOVA can use these replicates to extract system-topic interactions-something not possible without replicates-yielding a more precise value for the system effect and a narrower confidence interval around that value. Read More

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September 2017

Yum-Me: A Personalized Nutrient-Based Meal Recommender System.

ACM Trans Inf Syst 2017 Aug;36(1)

2 West Loop Road, NY, NY 10044, Department of Computer Science, Cornell Tech, Cornell University.

Nutrient-based meal recommendations have the potential to help individuals prevent or manage conditions such as diabetes and obesity. However, learning people's food preferences and making recommendations that simultaneously appeal to their palate and satisfy nutritional expectations are challenging. Existing approaches either only learn high-level preferences or require a prolonged learning period. Read More

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