The Information Retrieval Group

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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HQ Location
United Kingdom
Year Founded
2000
Employees
40
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