Overview of RepLab 2014: Author Profiling and Reputation Dimensions for Online Reputation Management

  • Enrique Amigó
  • Jorge Carrillo-de-Albornoz
  • Irina Chugur
  • Adolfo Corujo
  • Julio Gonzalo
  • Edgar Meij
  • Maarten de Rijke
  • Damiano Spina
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the CLEF Initiative, 2014

This paper describes the organisation and results of RepLab 2014, the third competitive evaluation campaign for Online Reputation Management systems. This year the focus lied on two new tasks: reputation dimensions classification and author profiling, which complement the aspects of reputation analysis studied in the previous campaigns. The participants were asked (1) to classify tweets applying a standard typology of reputation dimensions and (2) categorise witter profiles by type of author as well as rank them according to their influence. New data collections were provided for the development and evaluation of systems that participated in this benchmarking activity.

@incollection{amigo2014overview,
	author = "Amig{\'o}, Enrique and Carrillo-de-Albornoz, Jorge and Chugur, Irina 
                          and Corujo, Adolfo and Gonzalo, Julio and Meij, Edgar 
                          and de Rijke, Maarten and Spina, Damiano",
	booktitle = "{Information Access Evaluation. Multilinguality, 
                               Multimodality, and Interaction}",
	pages = "307--322",
	publisher = "Springer International Publishing",
	title = "{Overview of RepLab 2014: Author Profiling and Reputation Dimensions 
                      for Online Reputation Management}",
	year = "2014"
}
Damiano Spina
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