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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In the real-time tweet search task operationalized in the TREC Microblog evaluations, a topic consists of a query Q and a time t, modeling the task where the user wishes to see the most recent but relevant tweets that address the information need. To simulate the real-time aspect of the task in an evaluation setting, many systems search over the entire collection and then discard results that occur after the query time. This approach, while computationally efficient, "cheats" in that it takesdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-06028-6_58 fatcat:lcjpxmevjzamxaqv4iyykjhcja