|Website:||website containing additional information|
|Period:||period 1 (week 36 through 45, i.e., 3-9-2009 through 6-11-2009; retake week 52)|
|Participants:||up till now 18 subscriptions|
|Schedule:||Official schedule representation can be found in Osiris|
|Teachers:||Dit is een oud rooster!
Google serves as the de-facto baseline for current retrieval technology. But research has continued beyond Google, for example in image, video and music retrieval. And there are quite some (smaller) enterprises that make such technology the core of their competitor to Google, often targeting a specific domain. As almost all information is accessible through the Internet, the issue of handling the information overload becomes critical. How can we find the exact information we need, and how can businesses make sure the right customers find them?
Possible subtopics for this seminar include:
|Literature:||Peter Morville. Ambient Findability. O'Reilly, 2005. ISBN 0-596-00765-5|
Papers and articles, to be announced.
Students will give presentations about the book and selected papers during the first part (c. 5 weeks, two meetings/week) of the Seminar. All participants are required to study the literature, to attend Seminar sessions and to actively participate in discussion.
During the rest of the Seminar, students define and execute a project, for example:
Participation and presentations will be judged individually (1/3 of final grade). The final project is marked with a grade (2/3 of final grade).
|Minimum effort to qualify for 2nd chance exam:||In order to participate in the 2nf chance exam, the minimum grade for the fist chance needs to be at least a 4 for both the participation/presentation grade and the project grade.|
|Description:||This course is open to all CKE master students; MBI and GMT master students can follow this seminar al well. Students from other master programs must contact Frans Wiering to discuss admission. The total number of participants is limited.|