Bibtex de la publication

@InProceedings{ Ba2017.14,
author = {Badache, Ismail and Boughanem, Mohand},
title = "{Emotional Social Signals for Search Ranking (short paper)}",
booktitle = "{ACM SIGIR Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR 2017), Tokyo, Japa, 07/08/17-11/08/17}",
year = {2017},
publisher = {ACM : Association for Computing Machinery},
address = {},
pages = {1--4},
language = {anglais},
URL = { -},
keywords = {Facebook Reactions, Social Signals, Social IR, Ranking},
abstract = {A large amount of social feedback expressed by social signals (e.g. like, +1, rating) are assigned to web resources. These signals are often exploited as additional sources of evidence in search engines. Our objective in this paper is to study the impact of the new social signals, called Facebook reactions (love, haha, angry, wow, sad) in the retrieval. These reactions allow users to express more nuanced emotions compared to classic signals (e.g. like, share). First, we analyze these reactions and show how users use these signals to interact with posts. Second, we evaluate the impact of each such reaction in the retrieval, by comparing them to both the textual model without social features and the first classical signal (like-based model). These social features are modeled as document prior and are integrated into a language model. We conducted a series of experiments on IMDb dataset. Our findings reveal that incorporating social features is a promising approach for improving the retrieval ranking performance.}