Search Results for author: Andrew Trotman

Found 7 papers, 2 papers with code

Quick, get me a Dr. BERT: Automatic Grading of Evidence using Transfer Learning

1 code implementation ALTA 2021 Pradeesh Parameswaran, Andrew Trotman, Veronica Liesaputra, David Eyers

We describe our methods for automatically grading the level of clinical evidence in medical papers, as part of the ALTA 2021 shared task.

Classification Transfer Learning

BERT’s The Word : Sarcasm Target Detection using BERT

no code implementations ALTA 2021 Pradeesh Parameswaran, Andrew Trotman, Veronica Liesaputra, David Eyers

We evaluated our model on the data set provided by ALTA (Reddit) and two additional data sets: ‘book snippets’ and ‘Tweets’.

Classifying Judgements using Transfer Learning

no code implementations ALTA 2020 Pradeesh Parameswaran, Andrew Trotman, Veronica Liesaputra, David Eyers

We describe our method for classifying short texts into the APPRAISAL framework, work we conducted as part of the ALTA 2020 shared task.

Transfer Learning

Wacky Weights in Learned Sparse Representations and the Revenge of Score-at-a-Time Query Evaluation

no code implementations22 Oct 2021 Joel Mackenzie, Andrew Trotman, Jimmy Lin

Recent advances in retrieval models based on learned sparse representations generated by transformers have led us to, once again, consider score-at-a-time query evaluation techniques for the top-k retrieval problem.

Supporting Interoperability Between Open-Source Search Engines with the Common Index File Format

2 code implementations18 Mar 2020 Jimmy Lin, Joel Mackenzie, Chris Kamphuis, Craig Macdonald, Antonio Mallia, Michał Siedlaczek, Andrew Trotman, Arjen de Vries

There exists a natural tension between encouraging a diverse ecosystem of open-source search engines and supporting fair, replicable comparisons across those systems.

Report on the SIGIR 2019 Workshop on eCommerce (ECOM19)

no code implementations27 Dec 2019 Jon Degenhardt, Surya Kallumadi, Utkarsh Porwal, Andrew Trotman

The SIGIR 2019 Workshop on eCommerce (ECOM19), was a full day workshop that took place on Thursday, July 25, 2019 in Paris, France.

Information Retrieval

Detecting Target of Sarcasm using Ensemble Methods

no code implementations ALTA 2019 Pradeesh Parameswaran, Andrew Trotman, Veronica Liesaputra, David Eyers

We describe our methods in trying to detect the target of sarcasm as part of ALTA 2019 shared task.

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