Cross-lingual Information Retrieval State-of-the-Art

Nasharuddin, Nurul Amelina and Abdullah, Muhamad taufik (2010) Cross-lingual Information Retrieval State-of-the-Art. Electronic Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology, 2 (1). pp. 1-5. ISSN 1985-7721

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Abstract

Information retrieval involves finding some required information in a collection of information or in databases. The information or database need not necessarily be in one language. In other words, language should not limit the finding of information. The way to search for the information is by looking at every item in the collection and when the need to translate the language arises, the techniques and methods developed for the cross-lingual retrieval system is used. This paper reviews some recent researches focusing on topics in cross-lingual information retrieval and their role in current research directions which include new models and paradigms in the wide area of information retrieval.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Cross-lingual information retrieval; Query translation; Document translation
Subject:Cross-language information retrieval
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
ID Code:13832
Deposited By: Umikalthom Abdullah
Deposited On:04 Apr 2012 03:22
Last Modified:12 Dec 2012 06:49

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