Introduction With Rated Ranking Evaluator Enterprise approaching soon, we take the occasion of explaining in details why Offline Search Quality Evaluation is so important nowadays and what you can do already with the Rated Ranking Evaluator open-source libraries. More news will come soon as we are approaching the V1 release date. Stay tuned! Search Quality … Continue reading Offline Search Quality Evaluation: Rated Ranking Evaluator (RRE)
This blog post aims to illustrate step by step a Learning to Rank project on a Daily Song Ranking problem using open source libraries.
After the success of the past editions, we are happy to announce the seventh London Information Retrieval Meetup, a free evening meetup aimed to Information Retrieval passionates and professionals who are curious to explore and discuss the latest trends in the field.This time we go fully remote, given the COVID-19 situation and the impossibility of … Continue reading London Information Retrieval Meetup December 2020
Join us at our sixth Information Retrieval meetup (fully remote), to explore and discuss the latest trends in the field.
In this post we describe what is an Intervals Table and how to build it using a Behaviour-Driven-Development (BDD) approach.
This blog post aims to give a better understanding of Docvalues and stored fields in Apache Solr for the operations in which they can be used interchangeably.
In this post we describe an approach to solve the problem of an application that requires both Full and Atomic Updates, using one of the powerful concepts in Object Oriented Programming: Polymorphism.
After the very warm reception of the first year, the fourth London Information Retrieval Meetup is approaching (11/02/2020) and we are excited to add more details about our speakers and talks!The event is free and you are invited to register : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/london-information-retrieval-meetup-february-2020-tickets-89056738101 Our first speaker is Anna Ruggero, one of our R&D software engineers: Anna … Continue reading London Information Retrieval Meetup February
This series of blog posts wants to describe my master degree dissertation done with the supervision of Prof. Gianmaria Silvello at the University of Padova. The main focus of this project is in the use of graph embeddings in order to create virtual documents for the Information Retrieval Entity Search task. This thesis description is … Continue reading Entity Search with graph embeddings – Part 1 – Overview
After the very warm reception of the first and second edition, the third London Information Retrieval Meetup is approaching (21/10/2019) and we are excited to add more details about our speakers and talks!The event is free and you are invited to register : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/london-information-retrieval-meetup-october-tickets-74403100677 Our second speaker is Andrea Gazzarini, our founder and software engineer: … Continue reading London Information Retrieval Meetup October