Bevan Koopman
Bevan Koopman
CSIRO
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Medical semantic similarity with a neural language model
L De Vine, G Zuccon, B Koopman, L Sitbon, P Bruza
Proceedings of the 23rd ACM international conference on conference on …, 2014
1212014
Integrating and evaluating neural word embeddings in information retrieval
G Zuccon, B Koopman, P Bruza, L Azzopardi
Proceedings of the 20th Australasian document computing symposium, 1-8, 2015
1012015
Automatic ICD-10 classification of cancers from free-text death certificates
B Koopman, G Zuccon, A Nguyen, A Bergheim, N Grayson
International journal of medical informatics 84 (11), 956-965, 2015
752015
Exploiting medical hierarchies for concept-based information retrieval
G Zuccon, B Koopman, A Nguyen, D Vickers, L Butt
Proceedings of the seventeenth Australasian document computing symposium …, 2012
492012
Diagnose this if you can
G Zuccon, B Koopman, J Palotti
European Conference on Information Retrieval, 562-567, 2015
482015
Software tools for indigenous knowledge management
J Hunter, B Koopman, J Sledge
Museums and the Web 2003, 2003
452003
An evaluation of corpus-driven measures of medical concept similarity for information retrieval
B Koopman, G Zuccon, P Bruza, L Sitbon, M Lawley
Proceedings of the 21st ACM international conference on Information and …, 2012
432012
Towards semantic search and inference in electronic medical records: an approach using concept-based information retrieval
B Koopman, P Bruza, L Sitbon, M Lawley
First Australian workshop on artificial intelligence in health, 1-10, 2011
372011
Automatic classification of diseases from free-text death certificates for real-time surveillance
B Koopman, S Karimi, A Nguyen, R McGuire, D Muscatello, M Kemp, ...
BMC medical informatics and decision making 15 (1), 53, 2015
362015
Integrating understandability in the evaluation of consumer health search engines
G Zuccon, B Koopman
342014
Information retrieval as semantic inference: A graph inference model applied to medical search
B Koopman, G Zuccon, P Bruza, L Sitbon, M Lawley
Information Retrieval Journal 19 (1-2), 6-37, 2016
332016
Using the semantic grid to build bridges between museums and indigenous communities
J Hunter, R Schroeter, B Koopman, M Henderson
Global Grid Forum: Semantic Grid Applications Workshop, 2004
302004
Why assessing relevance in medical IR is demanding
B Koopman, G Zuccon
CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1276, 16-19, 2014
252014
Relevation!: an open source system for information retrieval relevance assessment
B Koopman, G Zuccon
Proceedings of the 37th international ACM SIGIR conference on Research …, 2014
242014
Graph-based concept weighting for medical information retrieval
B Koopman, G Zuccon, P Bruza, L Sitbon, M Lawley
Proceedings of the Seventeenth Australasian Document Computing Symposium, 80-87, 2012
222012
Integrating the framing of clinical questions via PICO into the retrieval of medical literature for systematic reviews
H Scells, G Zuccon, B Koopman, A Deacon, L Azzopardi, S Geva
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM on Conference on Information and Knowledge …, 2017
202017
Evaluating medical information retrieval
B Koopman, PD Bruza, L Sitbon, MJ Lawley
ACM, 2011
202011
Exploiting SNOMED CT concepts & relationships for clinical information retrieval: Australian e-Health Research Centre and Queensland University of Technology at the TREC 2012 …
B Koopman, G Zuccon, A Nguyen, D Vickers, L Butt, P Bruza
COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION BRISBANE …, 2012
172012
A test collection for evaluating retrieval of studies for inclusion in systematic reviews
H Scells, G Zuccon, B Koopman, A Deacon, L Azzopardi, S Geva
Proceedings of the 40th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and …, 2017
152017
AEHRC & QUT at TREC 2011 Medical Track: a concept-based information retrieval approach
B Koopman, P Bruza, L Sitbon, M Lawley
Proceedings of 20th Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2011), 1-7, 2011
152011
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