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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In this paper, we explore the use of term relations in information retrieval for precision-focused biomedical literature search. A relation is defined as a pair of two terms which are semantically and syntactically related to each other. Unlike the traditional "bag-of-word" model for documents, our model represents a document by a set of sense-disambiguated terms and their binary relations. Since document level co-occurrence of two terms, in many cases, does not mean this document addressesdoi:10.1007/11733836_48 fatcat:lnj42gn3ajdbhgpbkpbcwr7ema