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    • Dynamic Search Models and Applications 

      Luo, Jiyun (Georgetown University, 2018)
      Dynamic search is an information retrieval task that involves a sequence of queries for a complex information need (e.g. searching for one-week tour plans in Italy). It is characterized by rich user-system interactions and ...
    • The Knowledge and Language Gap in Medical Information Seeking 

      Soldaini, Luca (Georgetown University, 2018)
      Interest in medical information retrieval has risen significantly in the last few years. The Internet has become a primary source for consumers looking for health information and advice; however, their lack of expertise ...
    • Relation Extraction for Protein-protein Interactions Affected by Mutations 

      Fan, Ziling (Georgetown University, 2018)
      Precision Medicine (PM) is a promising approach for cancer treatment in the modern medical practice. Information about protein-protein interaction and mutations affecting the interaction is essential in understanding ...
    • Parallel Scheduling with Batching 

      Sheridan, Brendan (Georgetown University, 2018)
      This work provides and analyses three provably good parallel scheduling algorithms. Each algorithm utilizes batching by delaying work until it can be executed as part of a larger batch. Batching is often necessary for good ...