ADCS 2004 Final Program

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Sunday 12 December

6:30pm - 10:00pm Dinner

Meet for dinner in the foyer of the Ibis Hotel, for 6:30pm departure (walking) to La Notte Cafe, 140 Lygon Street. All attendees -- full and student -- are invited to join in the dinner. If you plan to go directly there, anticipate that we will be commencing at 7:00pm.

Monday 13 December

All ADCS activities take place on the ground floor of the ICT Building, 111 Barry Street, about 5-7 minutes walk from the Ibis Hotel.

8:45am Registration

Note that there will not be an official conference bag. Please reuse one from a previous conference!

9:00am Invited presentation

Chair: Alistair Moffat

Personal Information Management: Stuff I've Seen and Beyond
Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research

10:05am Paper presentation

Focused Crawling in Depression Portal Search: A Feasibility Study
Thanh Tin Tang (ANU), David Hawking (CSIRO), Nick Craswell (Microsoft), and Ramesh S. Sankaranarayana (ANU)
Full paper

10:30am Break

11:00am Paper presentations

Chair: Justin Zobel

On the Effectiveness of Relevance Profiling
David J. Harper and David Lee (The Robert Gordon University)
Full paper

Optimal Structure Weighted Retrieval
Andrew Trotman (University of Otago)
Full paper

Collection-Independent Document-Centric Impacts
Vo Ngoc Anh and Alistair Moffat (The University of Melbourne)
Full paper

12:15pm Lunch

1:45pm Paper presentations

Chair: Andrew Turpin

Novel Group Awareness Mechanisms for Real-Time Collaborative Document Authoring
Gitesh Raikundalia and Hao Lan Zhang (Victoria University)
Full paper

Is CORI Effective for Collection Selection? An Exploration of Parameters, Queries, and Data
Daryl D'Souza, Justin Zobel, and James A. Thom (RMIT University)
Full paper

Co-Training on Textual Documents with a Single Natural Feature Set
Jason Chan, Irena Koprinska, and Josiah Poon (University of Sydney)
Full paper

3:00pm Poster session (including refreshments)

A Testbed for Indonesian Text Retrieval
Jelita Asian, Hugh E. Williams, and S.M.M. Tahaghoghi (RMIT University)

Phrases and Feature Selection in E-Mail Classification
Elisabeth Crawford (Carnegie Mellon University), Irena Koprinska, and Jon Patrick (University of Sydney)

Towards a New Approach to Tightly Coupled Document Collaboration
Stijn Dekeyser (University of Southern Queensland)

GOOD Publishing System: Generic Online/Offline Delivery
Jacek Radajewski, Sally MacFarlane, and Stijn Dekeyser (University of Southern Queensland)

NLPX -- An XML-IR System with a Natural Language Interface
Alan Woodley and Shlomo Geva (Queensland University of Technology)

4:00pm Information sharing

A representative of a range of organisations present will each be asked on the spot to tell the conference what they are working on in the area of document computing (at most 5 minutes, verbal presentations only). Options for ADCS 2005 will also be discussed.

4:30pm Symposium close