Filip Radlinski mainly focuses on Artificial intelligence, Information retrieval, Machine learning, Ranking and Ranking. His research in Artificial intelligence tackles topics such as Information needs which are related to areas like Natural language processing. His work is connected to Search engine, Web search query and Relevance, as a part of Information retrieval.
His research integrates issues of Training set and Data mining in his study of Search engine. Learning to rank is the focus of his Machine learning research. His Ranking research focuses on subjects like Support vector machine, which are linked to Active learning, Computational learning theory and Online machine learning.
His primary areas of investigation include Information retrieval, Ranking, Search engine, Relevance and Artificial intelligence. His Information retrieval study combines topics in areas such as World Wide Web and Data mining. His work in the fields of Ranking, such as Ranking SVM, overlaps with other areas such as Context.
His study in Artificial intelligence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Machine learning, Contrast and Natural language processing. His Ranking research includes elements of Search analytics, Web search engine and Pairwise comparison. His Web search query research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Query expansion and Eye tracking.
Filip Radlinski mainly investigates Information retrieval, Recommender system, Human–computer interaction, World Wide Web and Preference. His study in the fields of Search engine and Cognitive models of information retrieval under the domain of Information retrieval overlaps with other disciplines such as Panel discussion and Focus. Filip Radlinski usually deals with Recommender system and limits it to topics linked to Natural language and Knowledge base and Ranking.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Embedding and Forcing in addition to Human–computer interaction. His Preference elicitation study in the realm of Preference connects with subjects such as Machine learning, Factor, Optimization problem and Fraction. Filip Radlinski focuses mostly in the field of Machine learning, narrowing it down to matters related to Artificial intelligence and, in some cases, Dialog box.
Filip Radlinski mostly deals with Human–computer interaction, Preference elicitation, Preference, Recommender system and Natural. A majority of his Preference elicitation research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Optimization problem, Set, Factor and Machine learning. He regularly links together related areas like Artificial intelligence in his Optimization problem studies.
His Artificial intelligence research incorporates elements of Information needs and Natural language processing. His research in the fields of Collaborative filtering overlaps with other disciplines such as Transparency and User modeling. Natural combines with fields such as Variety, Small set, Chatbot, Measure and Space in his research.
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A support vector method for optimizing average precision
Yisong Yue;Thomas Finley;Filip Radlinski;Thorsten Joachims.
international acm sigir conference on research and development in information retrieval (2007)
Query chains: learning to rank from implicit feedback
Filip Radlinski;Thorsten Joachims.
knowledge discovery and data mining (2005)
Evaluating the accuracy of implicit feedback from clicks and query reformulations in Web search
Thorsten Joachims;Laura Granka;Bing Pan;Helene Hembrooke.
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (2007)
Learning diverse rankings with multi-armed bandits
Filip Radlinski;Robert Kleinberg;Thorsten Joachims.
international conference on machine learning (2008)
How does clickthrough data reflect retrieval quality
Filip Radlinski;Madhu Kurup;Thorsten Joachims.
conference on information and knowledge management (2008)
Improving personalized web search using result diversification
Filip Radlinski;Susan Dumais.
international acm sigir conference on research and development in information retrieval (2006)
Personalizing web search using long term browsing history
Nicolaas Matthijs;Filip Radlinski.
web search and data mining (2011)
Search Engines that Learn from Implicit Feedback
T. Joachims;F. Radlinski.
IEEE Computer (2007)
Active exploration for learning rankings from clickthrough data
Filip Radlinski;Thorsten Joachims.
knowledge discovery and data mining (2007)
Large-scale validation and analysis of interleaved search evaluation
Olivier Chapelle;Thorsten Joachims;Filip Radlinski;Yisong Yue.
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (2012)
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