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There has been increasing interest in the Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages on the Web and the first objective of this paper is to compare the retrieval performances of nine vector-space and two probabilistic models when carrying out a monolingual search using these three Asian languages. Based on the latest NTCIR-3 test collection, our second goal is to analyze the relative merit of using various automated tools to translate Englishlanguage topics into Chinese, Japanese or Korean, anddblp:conf/riao/Savoy04 fatcat:jcarltsqvffodneyarscnjuu2a