The FDIA 2015 proceedings have been published by the Electronic Workshops in Computing (eWiC) series.

A copy of the FDIA 2015 proceedings can also be found here.

List of accepted papers:

Energy Efficiency in Web Search Engines, Matteo Catena –
National Research Council of Italy

Query Recommendation as Query Generation, Matthew Mitsui –
Rutgers University

Heterogeneous Information Access through Result Composition,
Horatiu Bota – University of Glasgow

Temporal Information Retrieval Revisited: A Focused Study on the Web,
Yue Zhao and Claudia Hauff – Delft University of Technology

Two-dimensional Point Set Pattern Matching with Horizontal Scaling
Antti Laaksonen – University of Helsinki

Syntactic and Semantic Structures for Relation Extraction
Duc-Thuan Vo and Ebrahim Bagheri – Ryerson University

Word-Context Matrix based Query Expansion in Information Retrieval
for Turkish Text Emre Şatır, Adil Alpkoçak and Deniz Kılınç – Dokuz Eylul University

A Framework for Enhanced Text Classification in Sensitivity and Reputation
Management, Graham Mcdonald – University of Glasgow

Whether a CQA User is a Medical Professional? Work in Progress,
Alexander Beloborodov – Ural Federal University

Different Tools for Handling Geographic Information Retrieval Problems
Yisleidy Linares Zaila – University of Bologna

Improving Information Retrieval Evaluation via Markovian User Models
and Visual Analytics, Maria Maistro – Department of Information Engineering
University of Padua

Sentiment Analysis via Fractal Dimension, Symeon Symeonidis – Department
of Electrical and Computer Engineering Democritus University of Thrace

Topic-centric Classification of Twitter User’s Political Orientation
Anjie Fang, Iadh Ounis, Philip Habel, Craig Macdonald & Nut Limsopatham – University
of Glasgow

Explanatory Opinions: To Whom or What is All the Fuzz About?
Filipa Peleja, Ioannis Arapakis & Joao Magalhaes – Yahoo Labs & NovaLincs

The Opinionated Learner, Stephen Bradshaw – College of Engineering and
Informatics National University of Ireland Galway

A Framework for Emotion-aware Recommender Systems supporting
Decision Making, Marco Polignano – University of Bari Aldo Moro

User’s Location Prediction in Location-based Social Networks
Jarana Manotumruksa, M-Dyaa Albakour & Craig Macdonald – University of Glasgow

Investigating Search Behavior and Performance using Personal and
Social Context Signals, Dongho Choi – Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

A Gamification Framework for Enhancing Search Literacy
Ioannis Karatassis – Department of Computer Science and Applied Cognitive
Science University of Duisburg-Essen