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Topic: Relevance Prediction Challenge / WSDM 2012 Web Search Click Data Workshop
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Pavel Serdyukov

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Relevance Prediction Challenge / WSDM 2012 Web Search Click Data Workshop
Posted: Nov 11, 2011 9:27 AM
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Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Relevance Prediction
Challenge, which is a part of the WSDM 2012 Web Search Click Data
(WSCD) workshop. This challenge provides a unique opportunity to
consolidate and scrutinize the work from industrial labs on predicting
the relevance of URLs using user search behavior. It provides a fully
anonymized dataset shared by Yandex, which has user queries, clicks on
URLs and their relevance labels.

Important Dates:
Oct 15, 2011 - Challenge opens
Dec 15, 2011 - End of challenge
Dec 25, 2011 - Winners candidacy notification
Jan 20, 2012 - Reports deadline
Feb 12, 2012 - WSCD workshop at WSDM 2012 (http://
research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/nickcr/wscd2012/) and Winners
announcement

The top three competitors will receive the following cash prizes:

1st place: $5,000
2nd place: $3,000
3rd place: $1,000

Contestants can participate as individuals, or as teams. You will find
a detailed description of the task, data sets and result evaluation
methodology at:
http://imat-relpred.yandex.ru/en

Challenge Organizers

Pavel Serdyukov, Eugene Kharitonov, Alexey Gorodilov (Yandex)
Georges Dupret (Yahoo!)
Nick Craswell (Microsoft)



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