Information Retrieval and Text Mining - 486


Given the Lack of Attendees there will be no Class until further notice. Please contact Prof. Abraham Bernstein if you have questions


Date, time, and location:

subject to modifications
Monday, May 29, 12:00h - 16:00h, BIN 2.A.06/10
Tuesday, May 30, 16:00h - 18:00h, BIN 2.A.01
Wednesday, May 31, 16:00h - 18:00h, BIN 2.A.01
Monday, June 12, 12:00h - 16:00h, tba
Tuesday, June 13, 16:00h - 18:00h, tba
Wednesday, June 14, 16:00h - 18:00h, tba
Monday, June 19, 8:00h - 12:00h, tba
+ Exam (2h) at the most convenient date 

Lecturer: Prof. H. Hirsh, Ph.D.

AP (ECTS): 3 (PPO 2001) / 3 (BSc)

Language: English

Literature: Baeza-Yates, R. & Ribeiro-Neto, B. (1999). Modern Information Retrieval. New York: ACM Press, Addison-Wesley

A vast quantity of the information available from online sources takes the form of unstructured text. This course will cover the science and technology of systems that attempt to help users access and understand information in large collections of text. Topics covered include information retrieval systems design, implementation, and assessment; text representations; lexical processing; information retrieval models; text classification and clustering; and hypertext indexing and retrieval.

... more information will be provided as soon as possible ...

If there are any questions about this course - do not hesitate to contact Prof. Abraham Bernstein, Ph.D. or P. Vorburger.