Probabilistic Models, Multi-agent Systems & Natural Language 2015


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The vector space and probabilistic models are the two major examples of the statistical retrieval approach. Both models use statistical information in the form of term frequencies to determine the relevance of documents with respect to a query. Probabilistic models usually attempt to determine the relationship between a document and a query through a set of terms that are considered as features.

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Probabilistic Models, Multi-agent Systems & Natural Language 2014


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