Recent Submissions

  • Revisiting Explicit Negation in Answer Set Programming 

    Aguado, Felicidad; Cabalar, Pedro; Fandiño, Jorge; Pearce, David; Pérez, Gilberto; Vidal, Concepción (Cambridge University Press, 2019-09)
    [Abstract] A common feature in Answer Set Programming is the use of a second negation, stronger than default negation and sometimes called explicit, strong or classical negation. This explicit negation is normally used in ...
  • ALBAYZIN 2018 spoken term detection evaluation: a multi-domain international evaluation in Spanish 

    Tejedor, Javier; Toledano, Doroteo T.; Lopez-Otero, Paula; Docio-Fernandez, Laura; Montalvo, Ana R.; Ramírez, José M.; Peñagarikano, Mikel; Rodriguez-Fuentes, Luis Javier (SpringerOpen, 2019-09-02)
    [Abstract] Search on speech (SoS) is a challenging area due to the huge amount of information stored in audio and video repositories. Spoken term detection (STD) is an SoS-related task aiming to retrieve data from a speech ...
  • Search on speech from spoken queries: the Multi-domain International ALBAYZIN 2018 Query-by-Example Spoken Term Detection Evaluation 

    Tejedor, Javier; Toledano, Doroteo T.; Lopez-Otero, Paula; Docio-Fernandez, Laura; Peñagarikano, Mikel; Rodriguez-Fuentes, Luis Javier; Moreno-Sandoval, Antonio (SpringerOpen, 2019-07-19)
    [Abstract] The huge amount of information stored in audio and video repositories makes search on speech (SoS) a priority area nowadays. Within SoS, Query-by-Example Spoken Term Detection (QbE STD) aims to retrieve data ...
  • Using score distributions to compare statistical significance tests for information retrieval evaluation 

    Parapar, Javier; Losada, David E.; Presedo-Quindimil, Manuel-Antonio; Barreiro, Álvaro (Willey, 2019-01-11)
    [Abstract] Statistical significance tests can provide evidence that the observed difference in performance between two methods is not due to chance. In Information Retrieval, some studies have examined the validity and ...