By C. J. ‘Keith’ van Rijsbergen (auth.), David E. Losada, Juan M. Fernández-Luna (eds.)
Welcome to Santiago de Compostela! we're happy to host the twenty seventh Annual EuropeanConferenceonInformationRetrievalResearch(ECIR2005)onits?rst stopover at to Spain. those lawsuits include the refereed complete papers and poster abstracts p- sented at ECIR 2005. This convention used to be at the start tested through the Infor- tion Retrieval professional staff of the British machine Society (BCS-IRSG) less than the identify “Annual Colloquium on details Retrieval examine. ” The colloquium used to be held within the uk every year until eventually 1998, while the development was once geared up in Grenoble, France. in view that then the convention venue has alternated among the uk and Continental Europe, re?ecting the transforming into ecu orientation of ECIR. for a similar cause, in 2001 the development was once renamed “European convention on details Retrieval examine. ” In - cent years, ECIR has persisted to develop and has turn into the most important eu discussion board for the dialogue of analysis within the ?eld of data retrieval. ECIR 2005 used to be held on the Technical institution of Engineering of the college of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. by way of submissions, ECIR 2005 was once a record-breaking luck, because 124 complete papers have been submitted in line with the decision for papers. This used to be a pointy raise from the a hundred and one submissions bought for ECIR 2003, which was once the main profitable ECIR when it comes to submissions. ECIR 2005 tested additionally a choice for posters, and forty-one posters the place submitted. Paper and poster submissions have been got from throughout Europe and extra a?eld, together with North the US, South the USA, Asia and Australia, that's a transparent indicationofthegrowingpopularityandreputationoftheconference.
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