According to your personal opinions, what's the most interesting paper in SIGIR 2010?
Jul 22 '10 at 22:18
Sep 12 '10 at 15:09
Alexandre Passos ♦
Define "interestingness" 8-)
@Imsasu: I assume he means something like this other question http://metaoptimize.com/qa/questions/1420/acl-2010-what-are-the-most-interesting-papers
@Alexandre Passos: nice, but highly subjective, anyway. Should we enumerate all the papers and vote for them, maybe?
Maybe not all of them, just the ones you have things to say about. Something like the ICML discussion site ( http://mldiscuss.appspot.com/ ), or blog highlights like John Langford's ( http://hunch.net/?p=1450 ) or Hal Daume's ( http://nlpers.blogspot.com/2010/07/acl-2010-retrospective.html ).
Generally I'm always interested in filtered subsets of papers with text written by someone other than their authors' about why they're interesting.
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