The Information Retrieval Group
Information Retrieval Research Group is a team of developers at the Department of Computing Science, at the University of Glasgow engaged in Terrier Search Engine development.
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- United Kingdom
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Products by The Information Retrieval Group
Even with the best of intentions, project timelines can be lead astray. Continue reading...
Search engines work well with sentences. They take them to pieces to build an index that gives users a reasonable chance of finding relevant information. Unfortunately people use language in a very different way, and this presents a substantial challenge to effective search. Continue rea...Read more
The old saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know that matters” is in desperate need of a 21st-century makeover. In today's digital workplace, a more appropriate adage might be, “What you know depends on who you know. Continue reading...
Innovation comes from unexpected places. After all, if it came from expected places, it wouldn’t be innovative, would it? A number of things have recently come together to put search and search engines in a whole new light. Continue reading...
You can't swing a cat around a room without hitting at least two experts who expect artificial intelligence (AI) to take over almost every job people perform today. Continue reading...