Information Technology: Research and Development, 2(1), 1-21. Improving Subject Retrieval in Online Catalogues, British Library Research Paper 24. 2. Association for Computing Machinery, 23(1), 76-88. "File Organization in Library Automation and Information Retrieval." "Retrieving Records from a Gigabyte of Text on a Minicomputer using Statistical Ranking." Association for Computing Machinery, 23(1), 76-88. Signature files have also been used in SIBRIS, an operational information retrieval system (Wade et al. Her results showed that using the term frequency (or postings) within a collection always improved performance, but that using term frequency (or postings) within a document improved performance only for some collections. 1987. 1977. HARMAN, D. 1986. 1977. 1978. This system therefore is much more flexible and much easier to update than the basic inverted file and search process described in section 14.6. The test queries are those brought in by users during testing of a prototype ranking retrieval system. The term-weighting is done in the search process using the raw frequencies stored in the postings lists. Setting C to 1 ranks the documents by IDF weighting within number of matches, a method that was suitable for the manually indexed Cranfield collection used in this study (because it can be assumed that each matching query term was very significant). -------------------------------------------------------- Information Retrieval Experiment. : Addison-Wesley. Some ranking experiments have relied more on document or intradocument structure than on the term-weighting described earlier. These situations can be accommodated by the basic ranking search system using a two-level search. . 1983. Note that records containing only high-frequency terms will not have any weight added to their accumulator and therefore are not sorted. "Implementing Ranking Strategies Using Text Signatures." The experimental verification of the theoretical superiority of F4 provided additional weight to the importance of this new model. 4. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. If option 1 was used for weighting, then the full term-weight must be calculated, as the weight stored in the posting is the raw frequency of the stem in that record. The user may request ranked output. Therefore, only the record id has to be stored as the location for each word, creating a much smaller index than for Boolean systems (in the order of 10% to 15% of the text size). Number of queries 13 38 17 17 The CITE system, designed as an interface to MEDLINE (Doszkocs 1982), ranked documents based solely on the IDF weighting, as no within-document frequencies were available from the MEDLINE files. Harman and Candela (1990) experimented with various pruning algorithms using this method, looking for an algorithm that not only improved response time, but did not significantly hurt retrieval results. DOSZKOCS, T. E. 1982. 1984. 1985. 1976. 1987. "On the Specification of Term Values in Automatic Indexing." FRAKES, W. B. Assuming within-document term frequencies are to be used, several methods can be used for combining these with the IDF measure. 1974. Again, any of the combination weighting schemes shown in section 14.5 are suitable, including those using the cosine similarity function. "A Review of the Use of Inverted Files for Best Match Searching in Information Retrieval Systems." SALTON, G., and C. BUCKLEY. Association for Computing Machinery, 23(1), 76-88. J. SALTON, G., and M. E. LESK. Instead it is a bucketed (10 slots/bucket) hash table that is accessed by hashing the query terms to find matching entries. An enhancement to the indexing program to allow easier updating is given in section 14.7.4. CROFT, W. B. The input query is processed similarly to a natural language query, except that the system notes the presence of special syntax denoting phrase limits or other field or proximity limitations. Sort the accumulators with nonzero weights to produce the final ranked record list. BOOKSTEIN, A., and D. R. SWANSON. "Foundations of Probabilistic and Utility-Theoretic Indexing." In the area of stoplists, it may mean a less restrictive stoplist. 1978. A search algorithm is a massive collection of other algorithms, each with its own purpose and task. J. 1990. M. Williams, pp. 2. where Azure Cognitive Search supports two different similarity ranking algorithms: A classic similarity algorithm and the official implementation of the Okapi BM25 algorithm (currently in preview). In 1982, MEDLINE had approximately 600,000 on-line records, with records being added at a rate of approximately 21,000 per month (Doszkocs 1982). The index shown is a straightforward inverted file, created once per major update (thus only once for a static data set), and is used to provide the necessary speed for searching. When all the query terms have been handled, accumulators with nonzero weights are sorted to produce the final ranked record list. Documentation, 35(1), 30-48. SPARCK JONES, K. 1979a. Modifications of this implementation that enhance its efficiency or are necessary for other retrieval environments are given in section 14.7, with cross-references made to these enhancements throughout this section. 14.4.2 Ranking Based on Document Structure J. "Construction of Weighted Term Profiles by Measuring Frequency and Specificity in Relevant Items." One way of using an inverted file to produce statistically ranked output is to first retrieve all records containing the search terms, then use the weighting information for each term in those records to compute the total weight for each of those retrieved records, and finally sort those records. Although this seems a tedious method of handling phrases or field restrictions, it can be done in parallel with user browsing operations so that users are often unaware that a second processing step is occurring. The system accepts queries that are either Boolean logic strings (similar to many commercial on-line systems) or natural language queries (processed as Boolean queries with implicit OR connectors between all query terms). 1984. IBM J. The other pruning techniques mentioned earlier should result in the same magnitude of time savings, making pruning techniques an important issue for ranking retrieval systems needing fast response times. Their inverted file consists of the dictionary containing the terms and pointers to the postings file, but the dictionary is not alphabetically sorted. 14.7.3 A Boolean System with Ranking It should be noted that, unlike section 14.6, some of the implementations discussed here should be used with caution as they are usually more experimental, and may have unknown problems or side effects. 1968. Association for Computing Machinery, 15(1), 8-36. Early efforts to improve the efficiency of ranking systems for use in large data sets proposed the use of clustering techniques to avoid dealing with ranking the entire collection (Salton 1971). where Berlin: Springer-Verlag. The same procedure could be done for Croft's normalized frequency or any other normalized frequency used in an inner product similarity function, assuming appropriate record statistics have been stored during parsing. N = the number of documents in the collection Improving Subject Retrieval in Online Catalogues, British Library Research Paper 24. 6. 1960. "A Statistical Interpretation of Term Specificity and Its Application in Retrieval." G. Salton and H. J. Schneider, pp. The other pruning techniques mentioned earlier should result in the same magnitude of time savings, making pruning techniques an important issue for ranking retrieval systems needing fast response times. per query (no pruning) Information Science, 6, 59-66. "Optimization of Inverted Vector Searches." Because of the predominance of Boolean retrieval systems, several attempts have been made to integrate the ranking model and the Boolean model (for a summary, see Bookstein [1985]). terms per query "Comparing and Combining the Effectiveness of Latent Semantic Indexing and the Ordinary Vector Space Model for Information Retrieval." 1983. PERRY, S. A., and P. WILLETT. Even a fast sort of thousands of records is very time consuming. There was a lack of significant difference between pairs of term-weighting measures for uncontrolled vocabulary, however, which could indicate that the difference between linear combinations of term-weighting schemes is significant but that individual pairs of term-weighting schemes are not significantly different. and J. 14.7.5 Pruning maxn = the maximum frequency of any term in the collection 14.7 MODIFICATIONS AND ENHANCEMENTS TO THE BASIC INDEXING AND SEARCH PROCESSES 1976. If option 3 was used for weighting, then this total is immediately available and only a simple addition is needed. Association for Computing Machinery, 15(1), 8-36. 1985. COOPER, W. S., and M. E. MARON. HARMAN, D., and G. CANDELA. Signature files have also been used in SIBRIS, an operational information retrieval system (Wade et al. 14.3.4 Set-Oriented Ranking Models Boolean systems were first developed and marketed over 30 years ago at a time when computing power was minimal compared with today. CROFT, W. B. Note that the merged dictionary takes one line per unstemmed term, making it considerably larger than the stemmed dictionary, and resulting in longer binary searches for most terms (which will be stemmed). There are many ways to combine Boolean searches and ranking. These term-weights could reflect different measures, such as the scarcity of a term in the data set (i.e., "human" probably occurs less frequently than "systems" in a computer science data set), the frequency of a term in the given document (as shown in the example), or some user-specified term-weight. 6. A total of 32 feature vectors were extracted from 3-axis acceleration and angular velocity signals. Using the following examples VAN RIJSBERGEN, C. J. Because of the predominance of Boolean retrieval systems, several attempts have been made to integrate the ranking model and the Boolean model (for a summary, see Bookstein [1985]). The term-weighting is done in the search process using the raw frequencies stored in the postings lists. Average number of 4.1 3.5 3.5 3.5 This model is the subject of Chapter 16 and will not be further discussed here. The use of ranking means that there is little need for the adjacency operations or field restrictions necessary in Boolean. Results are presented in a roughly chronological order to provide some sense of the development of knowledge about ranking through these experiments. Documentation, 32(4), 294-317. J. American Society for Information Science, 26(5), 280-89. Whereas the cosine similarity is used here with raw frequency term-weighting only (at least in the experiment described in Noreault, Koll and McGill [1977]), any of the term-weighting functions described in section 14.5 could be used. "Retrieval Techniques," in Williams, M. BURKOWSKI, F. J. J. American Society for Information Science, 27(3), 129-46. Two different measures for the distribution of a term within a document collection were used, the IDF measure by Sparck Jones and a revised implementation of the "noise" measure (Dennis 1964; Salton and McGill 1983). Harman and Candela (1990) found that almost every user query had at least one term that had postings in half the data set, and usually at least three quarters of the data set was involved in most queries. clustering using "nearest neighbor" techniques SPARCK JONES, K. 1979a. This produces the slowest search (likely much too slow for large data sets), but the most flexible system in that term-weighting algorithms can be changed without changing the index. Documentation, 27(4), 254-66. Information Storage and Retrieval, 9(11), 619-33. Recent work on the effective use of inverted files suggests better ways of storing and searching these files (Burkowski 1990; Cutting and Pedersen 1990). This storage savings is at the expense of some additional search time and therefore may not be the optimal solution. DENNIS, S. F. 1964. SALTON, G. 1971. Signature files have also been used in SIBRIS, an operational information retrieval system (Wade et al. Robertson and Sparck Jones also formally derive these formulas, and show that theoretical preference is for F4. 1988. -------------------------------------------------------- Relevance weighting is discussed further in Chapter 11 on relevance feedback. A Boolean query is processed in two steps. In the area of parsing, this may mean relaxing the rules about hyphenation to create indexing both in hyphenated and nonhyphenated form. 1990. The input query is processed similarly to a natural language query, except that the system notes the presence of special syntax denoting phrase limits or other field or proximity limitations. Documentation, 27(4), 254-66. Whereas the cosine similarity is used here with raw frequency term-weighting only (at least in the experiment described in Noreault, Koll and McGill [1977]), any of the term-weighting functions described in section 14.5 could be used. These situations can be accommodated by the basic ranking search system using a two-level search. MCGILL, M., M. KOLL, and T. NOREAULT. Documentation, 29(4), 351-72. RAGHAVAN, V. V., H. P. SHI, and C. T. YU. 1983. A read of one byte essentially takes the same time as a read of many bytes (a buffer full) and this factor can be utilized by doing a single read for all the postings of a given term, and then separating the buffer into record ids and weights. SRINIVASAN, P. 1989. 14.9 SUMMARY In some cases, however, a stem is produced that leads to improper results, causing query failure. CROFT, W. B. "Probability and Fuzzy-Set Applications to Information Retrieval," in Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, ed. LUCARELLA, D. 1983. Finally, the effects of within-document frequency may need to be tailored to collections, such as was done by Croft (1983) in using a sliding importance factor K, and by Salton and Buckley (1988) in providing different combination schemes for term-weighting. ), Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, ed. and (National Bureau of Standards Miscellaneous Publication 269). Sparck Jones (1973) explored different types of term frequency weightings involving term frequency within a document, term frequency within a collection, term postings within a document (a binary measure), and term postings within a collection, along with normalizing these measures for document length. -------------------------------------------------------- J. American Society for Information Science, 32(3), 175-86. This method is well described in Salton and Voorhees (1985) and in Chapter 15. This method eliminates the often-wrong Boolean syntax used by end-users, and provides some results even if a query term is incorrect, that is, it is not the term used in the data, it is misspelled, and so on. 14.8 TOPICS RELATED TO RANKING "Evaluation of the 2-Poisson Model as a Basis for Using Term Frequency Data in Searching." 14.8.5 Ranking and Signature Files "Using Probabilistic Models of Document Retrieval Without Relevance Information." CROFT, W. B., and D. J. HARPER. A query can be represented in the same manner. The other pruning techniques mentioned earlier should result in the same magnitude of time savings, making pruning techniques an important issue for ranking retrieval systems needing fast response times. The test queries are those brought in by users during testing of a prototype ranking retrieval system. 1977. LOCHBAUM, K. E., and L. A. STREETER. A final time savings on I/O could be done by loading the dictionary into memory when opening a data set. This model has been used as the basis for many ranking retrieval experiments, in particular the SMART system experiments under Salton and his associates (1968, 1971, 1973, 1981, 1983, 1988). "Experiments in Relevance Weighting of Search Terms." Extensions to this basic system have been shown that modify the basic system to efficiently handle different retrieval environments. Their ranking algorithms used not only weights based on term importance both within an entire collection and within a given document, but also on the structural position of the term, such as within summary paragraphs versus within text paragraphs. Paper presented at the Statistical Association Methods for Mechanized Documentation. terms per query A hybrid inverted file was devised to merge these files, saving no space in the dictionary part, but saving considerable storage over that needed to store two versions of the postings. The following technique was developed for the prototype retrieval system described in Harman and Candela (1990) to handle this problem, but it is not thought to be an optimal method. 1984. They evaluate the algorithms using papers that won impact awards at one of the two venues. "The Construction of a Thesaurus Automatically from a Sample of Text." BOOKSTEIN, A., and D. KRAFT. There are no modifications to the basic inverted file needed unless adjacency, field restrictions, and other such types of Boolean operations are desired. Whereas the cosine similarity is used here with raw frequency term-weighting only (at least in the experiment described in Noreault, Koll and McGill [1977]), any of the term-weighting functions described in section 14.5 could be used. "Relevance Weighting of Search Terms." Usually, however, both parts of the index must be processed from disk. Figure 14.1 shows this representation for a data set with seven unique terms. This option allows a simple addition of each weight during the search process, rather than first multiplying by the IDF of the term, and provides very fast response time. 14.8.5 Ranking and Signature Files This storage savings is at the expense of some additional search time and therefore may not be the optimal solution. CROFT, W. B. TFreqi = the total frequency of term i in the collection One way of using an inverted file to produce statistically ranked output is to first retrieve all records containing the search terms, then use the weighting information for each term in those records to compute the total weight for each of those retrieved records, and finally sort those records. This chapter has presented a survey of statistical ranking models and experiments, and detailed the actual implementation of a basic ranking retrieval system. The list of ranked documents is returned as before, but only documents passing the added restriction are given to the user. J. Their changed search algorithm with pruning is as follows: To perform ranking on our data, first, we need to load it as their skcriteria.Data object by. Their changed search algorithm with pruning is as follows: 14.4.1 Direct Comparison of Similarity Measures and Term-Weighting Schemes Learning to Rank (LTR) is a class of techniques that apply supervised machine learning (ML) to solve ranking problems. In 1982, MEDLINE had approximately 600,000 on-line records, with records being added at a rate of approximately 21,000 per month (Doszkocs 1982). records retrieved The level of detail is somewhat less than in section 14.6, either because less detail is available or because the implementation of the technique is complex and details are left out in the interest of space. HARTER, S. P. 1975. Terms that have no stem for a given data set only have the basic 2-element postings record. This option allows a simple addition of each weight during the search process, rather than first multiplying by the IDF of the term, and provides very fast response time. per query (no pruning) "A Probabilistic Approach to Automatic Keyword Indexing." 1978. "Experiments in Relevance Weighting of Search Terms." BARKLA, J. K. 1969. SALTON, G., and C. S. YANG. If option 2 was used for weighting, then the weight stored in the postings is the normalized frequency of the stem in that record, and this needs to be multiplied by the IDF of that stem before the addition. J. American Society for Information Science, 27(3), 129-46. In 1979 Croft and Harper published a paper detailing a series of experiments using probabilistic indexing without any relevance information. PageRank (PR) is an algorithm used by Google Search to rank websites in their search engine results. 1989), which is based on a two-stage search using signature files for a first cut and then ranking retrieved documents by term-weighting. Documentation, 29(4), 351-72. -------------------------------------------------------- Possibly the use of two separate dictionaries, both mapping to the same hybrid posting file, would improve search time without the loss of storage efficiency, but this has not been tried. 4. Take a look, 6 Data Science Certificates To Level Up Your Career, Stop Using Print to Debug in Python. 14.8.3 Ranking and Boolean Systems 1968. Note that records containing only high-frequency terms will not have any weight added to their accumulator and therefore are not sorted. Although the hash access method is likely faster than a binary search, the processing of the linked postings records and the search-time term-weighting will hurt response time considerably. In SIBRIS, an operational information retrieval system (Wade et al. 1989), which is based on a two-stage search using signature files for a first cut and then ranking retrieved documents by term-weighting. The test queries are those brought in by users during testing of a prototype ranking retrieval system. BARKLA, J. K. 1969. "Precision Weighting -- An Effective Automatic Indexing Method." Information Science, 6, 59-66. Check the IDF of the next query term. 1988. The only methodology for this that has received widespread testing using the standard collections is the P-Norm method allowing the use of soft Boolean operators. "File Organization in Library Automation and Information Retrieval." The description of the search process does not include the interface issues or the actual data retrieval issues. IBM J. This chapter has presented a survey of statistical ranking models and experiments, and detailed the actual implementation of a basic ranking retrieval system. Information Processing and Management, 15(3), 133-44. per query KNUTH, D. E. 1973. Crucially, different adopted ranking algorithms lead to different properties of the final network. Since the list of matching items can be huge, ranking is crucial. Information Processing and Management, 25(4), 347-61. Improving Subject Retrieval in Online Catalogues, British Library Research Paper 24. 1987. Some ranking experiments have relied more on document or intradocument structure than on the term-weighting described earlier. Combining the within-document frequency with either the IDF or noise measure, and normalizing for document length improved results more than twice as much as using the IDF or noise alone in the Cranfield collection. J. American Society for Information Science, 32(3), 175-86. PERRY, S. A., and P. WILLETT. This was done in Croft's experimental re trieval system (Croft and Ruggles 1984). Note that the binary search described in the basic search process could be replaced with the hashing method to further decrease response time for searching using the basic search process. The SMART Retrieval System -- Experiments in Automatic Document Processing. A very different approach based on complex intradocument structure was used in the experiments involving latent semantic indexing (Lochbaum and Streeter 1989). CUTTING, D., and J. PEDERSEN. "Probability and Fuzzy-Set Applications to Information Retrieval," in Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, ed. J. American Society for Information Science, 32(3), 175-86. New York: Elsevier Science Publishers. HARMAN, D. 1986. "Probability and Fuzzy-Set Applications to Information Retrieval," in Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, ed. Information Processing and Management, 15(3), 133-44. "A Document Retrieval System Based on Nearest Neighbor Searching." In this method, a block of storage was used as a hash table to accumulate the total record weights by hashing on the record id into unique "accumulator" addresses (for more details, see Doszkocs [1982]). They then use this table to derive four formulas that reflect the relative distribution of terms in the relevant and nonrelevant documents, and propose that these formulas be used for term-weighting (the logs are related to actual use of the formulas in term-weighting). In this manner the dictionary used in the binary search has only one "line" per unique term. This normalization has taken various forms in different experiments, but the lack of proper normalization techniques in some experiments has likely hidden possible improvements. Any of the normalized frequencies shown in section 14.5 can be used to translate the raw frequency to a normalized frequency. BURKOWSKI, F. J. Not only is this likely to be a faster access method than the binary search, but it also creates an extendable dictionary, with no reordering for updates. 14.7.5 Pruning The description of the search process does not include the interface issues or the actual data retrieval issues. "Retrieving Records from a Gigabyte of Text on a Minicomputer using Statistical Ranking." BOOKSTEIN, A., and D. KRAFT. BOOKSTEIN, A. 1977) built a hybrid system using Boolean searching and a vector-model-based ranking scheme, weighting by the use of raw term frequency within documents (for more on the hybrid aspects of this system, see section 14.7.3). 1983. "Operations Research Applied to Document Indexing and Retrieval Decisions." J. American Society for Information Science, 25, 312-19. MCGILL, M., M. KOLL, and T. NOREAULT. 1988. The implementation will be described as two interlocking pieces: the indexing of the text and the using (searching) of that index to return a ranked list of record identification numbers (ids). J. American Society for Information Science, 35(4), 235-47. Buckley and Lewit (1985) presented an elaborate "stopping condition" for reducing the number of accumulators to be sorted without significantly affecting performance. 28-37. Information Technology: Research and Development, 2(1), 1-21. SALTON, G., and C. BUCKLEY. A more appropriate stemming strategy for ranking therefore is to use stemming in creation of the inverted file. Information Processing and Management, 25(6), 665-76. J. American Society for Information Science, 26(5), 280-89. London: Butterworths. The major modification to the basic search process is to correctly merge postings from the query terms based on the Boolean logic in the query before ranking is done. This extension, however, limits the Boolean capability and increases response time when using Boolean operators. Sparck Jones (1973) explored different types of term frequency weightings involving term frequency within a document, term frequency within a collection, term postings within a document (a binary measure), and term postings within a collection, along with normalizing these measures for document length. J. BOOKSTEIN, A., and D. R. SWANSON. "Optimization of Inverted Vector Searches." This process can be made much less dependent on the number of records retrieved by using a method developed by Doszkocs for CITE (Doszkocs 1982). Information Retrieval Experiment. Information Processing and Management, 15(3), 133-44. Association for Computing Machinery, 15(1), 8-36. 1989. If ranked output is wanted, the denominator of the cosine is computed from previously stored document lengths and the query length, and the records are sorted based on their similarity to the query. SALTON, G., and M. MCGILL. 14.8.1 Ranking and Relevance Feedback LOCHBAUM, K. E., and L. A. STREETER. "Operations Research Applied to Document Indexing and Retrieval Decisions." KNUTH, D. E. 1973. Documentation, 35(4), 285-95. Using the following examples BERNSTEIN, L. M., and R. E. WILLIAMSON. Association for Computing Machinery, 23(1), 76-88. M. Williams, pp. VAN RIJSBERGEN. Paper presented at ACM Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, Brussels, Belgium. Check the IDF of the next query term. 14.8.2 Ranking and Clustering Whereas the cosine similarity is used here with raw frequency term-weighting only (at least in the experiment described in Noreault, Koll and McGill [1977]), any of the term-weighting functions described in section 14.5 could be used. "Implementing Ranking Strategies Using Text Signatures." For details on the search system associated with CITE, see section 14.7.2. Information Storage and Retrieval, 7(5), 217-40. In 1982, MEDLINE had approximately 600,000 on-line records, with records being added at a rate of approximately 21,000 per month (Doszkocs 1982). 1988. Because users are often most concerned with recent records, they seldom request to search many segments. SALTON, G. 1971. The following technique was developed for the prototype retrieval system described in Harman and Candela (1990) to handle this problem, but it is not thought to be an optimal method. The record ids and raw frequencies for the term being processed are combined with those of the previous set of terms according to the appropriate Boolean logic. J. Association for Computing Machinery, 24(3), 418-27. 14.6.1 The Creation of an Inverted File where 1968. MARON, M. E., and J. L. KUHNS. Possibly the use of two separate dictionaries, both mapping to the same hybrid posting file, would improve search time without the loss of storage efficiency, but this has not been tried. 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