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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper reports results for the University of Maryland's participation in CLEF-2005 Cross-Language Speech Retrieval track. Techniques that were tried include: (1) document expansion with manually created metadata (thesaurus keywords and segment summaries) from a large side collection, (2) query refinement with pseudo-relevance feedback, (3) keyword expansion with thesaurus synonyms, and (4) cross-language speech retrieval using translation knowledge obtained from the statistics of a largedoi:10.1007/11878773_88 fatcat:c7h4bi3ox5celm4ifielvkt6au