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The following publications are the results of the development of Terrier:

B. He and I. Ounis. Inferring Query Performance Using Pre-retrieval Predictors. In Proceedings of the SPIRE 2004. Pages 43 - 54. Padova, Italy. October, 2004. [pdf]

B. He and I. Ounis. Query Performance Prediction. In Information Systems, Special Issue for the String Processing and Information Retrieval: 11th International Conference (SPIRE2004). 2005. This is an extended journal version of our paper in the SPIRE2004. In Press. [pdf]

B. He and I. Ounis. Term Frequency Normalisation Tuning for BM25 and DFR Model. In Leture Notes in Computing Science, Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Information Retrieval. Pages 200 -- 214. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. March, 2005. [pdf]

B. He and I. Ounis. A Study of Dirichlet Priors for Term Frequency Normalisation. In Proceedings of the 28th Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval. Pages 465 - 471. Salvador, Brazil. August, 2005. [pdf]

B. He and I. Ounis. On Setting the Hyper-parameters of the Term Frequency Normalisation for Information Retrieval. Submitted to ACM Transactions of Information System (TOIS).

C. Macdonald, B. He, V. Plachouras and I. Ounis. University of Glasgow at TREC2005: Experiments in Terabyte and Enterprise Tracks with Terrier. In Notebook of the 14th Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2005). November 2005. To Appear.

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