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INEX, the evaluation initiative for content-oriented XML retrieval, has since its establishment defined the relevance of an element according to two graded dimensions, exhaustivity and specificity. The former measures how exhaustively an XML element discusses the topic of request, whereas specificity measures how focused the element is on the topic of request. However, obtaining relevance assessments is a costly task. In XML retrieval this problem is exacerbated as the elements of the documentdoi:10.1145/1183614.1183631 dblp:conf/cikm/OgilvieL06 fatcat:fj2ik7me3rdzpm74nzycrdwsha