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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
JHU/APL has long espoused the use of language-neutral methods for cross-language information retrieval. This year we participated in the ad hoc cross-language track and submitted both monolingual and bilingual runs. We undertook our first investigations in the Bulgarian and Hungarian languages. In our bilingual experiments we used several nontraditional CLEF query languages such as Greek, Hungarian, and Indonesian, in addition to several western European languages. We found that characterdoi:10.1007/11878773_17 fatcat:ugsqm4uofzbo3kixvk2pswsszy