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Professor Joe Carthy


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College Principal and Dean of Science at UCD

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Phone: +353 1 716 2481

Brief Biography

Prof. Joe Carthy is College Principal and Dean of Science at at UCD. He was previously Head of the UCD School of Computer Science and Informatics. He is active in two research areas: Cybercrime Investigation and Forensic Computing and Information Retrieval.

Prof. Carthy is also Director of the UCD Centre for Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation (CCI). CCI is recognised worldwide as a leading centre for research in cybercrime investigation for international law enforcement with clients including INTERPOL, Europol, Indian CBI, Irish Government, the Irish Banking Federation, Netherlands Police Academy, Microsoft and Visa Europe He also participates in the Interpol and Eurpol fora for Cybercrime Investigation.

Prof. Carthy has supervised/co-supervised 33 postgraduates (13 PhD and 20 MSc by research) to completion. He is currently supervising three PhD students. He has a strong record in winning funding for research activities and together with colleagues has been awarded more than €4.6 million for research projects. In addition, together with colleagues in UCD, he has won in excess of €1.8 million for various education projects.

Prof. Carthy is a highly regarded and innovative teacher who continues to be involved in the use of online learning, small group teaching and active learning. He currently teaches three undergraduate courses in Computer Science.

Prof. Carthy is a director of Camara, not-for-profit organization that refurbishes and sends computers from Ireland to schools and other educational institutions in Africa, Ireland and the Caribbean.

Research Interests

Cybercrime Investigation and Forensic Computing
Intelligent Information Retrieval
Incident Analysis
Incident Report Retrieval
Lexical Chaining for Topic Tracking and Detection and News Story Segmentation


  1. Joe Carthy (1995) An Introduction to Assembly Language Programming and Computer Architecture. : ITP. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Papers:

    1.     Ruan, K., James J.I., Carthy, J. and Kechadi, T., 2012 Cloud Forensics: Key Terms for Service Level Agreements. Advances in Digital Forensics, Vol. 8 by Springer 

    2.     Ruan K. and Carthy, J. 2012 Cloud Computing Reference Architecture and its Forensic Implications: a Preliminary Analysis, 3rd ICST International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime (ICF2C).

    3.     Ruan K., Carthy, J., 2012 Cloud Forensic Maturity Model, 3rd ICST International Conference on Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime (ICF2C).

    4.     Cogley, J, Stokes, N., Carthy, J. and Dunnion, J., 2012. UCD, IIRG at TREC 2012 Medical Track. Proceedings of the 20th Text Retrieval Conference, 2012, Gaithersburg, United States (TREC 2012).

    5.     Cogley, J, Stokes, N., Carthy, J. and Dunnion, J., 2012. Analyzing Patient Records to Establish If and When a Patient Suffered from a Medical Condition. Proceedings of the 2012 Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing (BioNLP 2012), pp. 38 - 46.

    6.     Cogley, J, Stokes, N., Carthy, J. and Dunnion, J., 2011. UCD IIRG at TREC 2011 Medical Track. Proceedings of the 20th Text Retrieval Conference, 2011, Gaithersburg, United States (TREC 2011).

    7.     Ruan, K., Carthy, J., Kechadi T. and Crosbie, M., 2011. Cloud forensics: an overviewProceedings of the 7th IFIP International Conference on Digital Forensics, Florida, USA, Advances in Digital Forensics, Vol. 7 by Springer

    8.     Ruan, K., Baggili, I., Carthy, J. and Kechadi, T., 2011. Survey on cloud forensics and critical criteria for cloud forensic capability: a preliminary analysisJournal of Network Forensics

    9.     Keane, M, and Carthy, J., 2011.Transitioning Students to Computer Science. 13th CSSI Conference, Supporting Students in Transition, NCI Dublin.

    10.  Naughton, M., Stokes, N. and Carthy, J., 2010. Sentence-level Event Classification in Unstructured Texts.  Information Retrievalv.13, n.2:132-156, 

    11.  Toolan, F. and Carthy, J., 2010. Feature Selection for Spam / Phishing Detection, Proceedings of the 5th APWG/IEEE E-Crime Researchers Summit, Dallas,

    12.  Naughton, M.  N. Curley, N., Carthy, J. and Kechadi, T., 2010. Third-Level Specialised Support Centres, their impact on student successICEP 2010, The 2010 International Conference on Engaging Pedagogy, NUIM, Maynooth.

    13.  Naughton, M., Stokes, N. and Carthy, J., 2009. Sentence Level Event Classification in Unstructured Texts, Information Retrieval, DOI 10.1007/s10791-009-9113-0.  

    14.  Naughton, M., and Carthy, J., 2009. Engaging First Years with Research within Computer Science, To appear in the proceedings of the NAIRTL 3rd Annual Conference (NAIRTL ‘09), November, Dublin.

    15.  Lillis, D., Naughton, M., Cronin, A., Carthy, J., Collier, R. and Kechadi, T., 2009.Challenging the norm in the teaching of practical computer science, Proceedings of the 2nd Irish Conference on Engaging Pedagogy (ICEP '09), Dublin.

    16.  Naughton, M., Carthy, J., and Kechadi, T., 2009. Teaching and learning methodologies to support student transition, Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the Confederation of Student Services in Ireland (CSSI '09), Sligo.

    17.  Toolan, F. and Carthy, J., 2009. Phishing Detection using Classifier Ensembles, Proceedings of the 4th APWG / IEEE E-Crime Researchers Summit, Tacoma, WA.

    18.  Toolan, F., Gladyshev, P. and Carthy, J., 2009. An Architecture for a Truly Online Classroom, Proceedings of the 2nd Irish Conference on Engaging Pedagogies.

    19.  McGrath, N., Gladychev, P., Kechadi, T. and Carthy J., 2009. Investigating Encrypted Material, International E-forensics 2009:Conference on Forensic Applications and Techniques in Telecommunications, Information and Multimedia, Adelaide, Australia.

    20.  Aouad, L-M., Le-Khac, N-A.  Kechadi, M-T. and CarthyJ. 2009. 'Grid-based Approaches for Distributed Data Mining Applications', Journal of Algorithms & Computational Technology, ISSN 1748-3018, Multi-Science Publishing. Vol. 3, No. 4.

    21.  McGrath,N., Gladyshev, P., Kechadi, M-T. and CarthyJ., 2009. Investigating Encrypted Material, Forensics in Telecommunications, Information and Multimedia, Second International Conference, e-Forensics 2009, Springer, ISBN 978-3-642-02311-8, Pp 29-35.

    22.  Lillis, D., Naughton, M., Cronin, A., Carthy, J., Kechadi, M-T. and Collier, R.W., 2009 Challenging the Norm in the Teaching of Practical Computer Science, Irish Conference on Engaging Pedagogy, GCD, Dublin.

    23.  Aouad, L-M., Le-Khac, N-A.  Kechadi, M-T. and  CarthyJ. 2008. Knowledge Discovery on Grid Systemsin Data Mining, From Data to Knowledge.

    24.  Carthy, J., Gillen, P. and Kechadi, M-T., 2008. Telecommunications Fraud, in Investigating Digital Crime, Bryant, R., (Ed.), John Wiley, pp. 153-177, ISBN 978-0-470- 51600-3.

    25.  Bellec, J.H., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2008. Fuzzy Event Correlation Algorithm in Wide Telecommunication Networks, IEEE International Journal of Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering, Vol.3 No.3.

    26.  Naughton, M, Stokes, N. and Carthy, J., 2008. Investigating Statistical Techniques for Sentence-level Event Classification. Proceedings of 22nd International Conference on Computational Linguistics (Coling 2008), Manchester.

    27.  Newman, E., Stokes N., Dunnion, J. and CarthyJ., 2007. Identifying Semantic Equivalence for Multi-document SummarisationArtificial Intelligence Review, 25(1-2):55-65.

    28.  Le-Khac, N.A., Aouad, L., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2007. A New Approach for Distributed Density Based Clustering on Grid platform, LNCS on Flexible and Efficient Information Handling.

    29.  Newman, E., Stokes N., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2006. Textual Entailment Recognition using a Linguistically-Motivated Decision Tree Classifier, in Machine Learning Challenges (First PASCAL Machine Learning Challenges Workshop, MLCW 2005, Revised Selected Papers), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, pp. 372-384.

    30.  Naughton, M., Kushmerick, N. and Carthy, J., 2006. Event Detection in the News Domain, Proceedings of ECIR 2006, 28th European Conference on Information Retrieval, London, UK, 10-12 April 2006, LNCS, Volume 3936, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pages 535-538.

    31.  Kane, L., Carthy, J. and Dunnion, J., 2006. Readability Applied to Information Retrieval, Proceedings of ECIR 2006, 28th European Conference on Information Retrieval, London, UK, 10-12 April 2006, LNCS,Volume 3936, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pages 523-526.

    32.  Bellec, J.H., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J.2006. Behavioural Proximity Approach for Alarm Correlation in Telecommunication Networks, LNCS on Advances in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. (4293).

    33.  LeKhac, A., Fu, H., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2006. ADMIRE: A New Framework for Distributed Data Mining on Grid Computing Environments, Marie Curie Fellows - Conference (MC2) (Putting the Knowledge Society into Practice), Manchester.

    34.  Gleeson, B., Rashid, T., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2006. A Hybrid Kohonen Based Approach for Short-Term Electric Load Forecasting, The 3rd International Conference on Cybernetics and Information Technologies, Systems and Applications (CITSA’06), Orlando, Florida, USA.

    35.  Gleeson, B., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2006. Electric Load Forecasting Using Weather Data with a Kohonen Network and Data Mining Approach, The 26th International Symposium on Forecasting (ISF’06), Santander, Spain.

    36.  Bellec, J.H. Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2006.  Performance Evaluation of Two Data Mining Techniques for Network Alarms Analysis, International Conference on Data Mining (Part of the 2006 World Congress in Computer Sciences), (DMIN’06), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

    37.  Bellec, J.H. Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2006. Towards a Formal Model for the Network Alarm Correlation Problem, The 6th WSEAS Conference on Simulation, Modelling, and Optimisation (SMO’06), Lisbon, Portugal.

    38.  Bellec, J.H. Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2006. A New Model for Alarm Correction in 3G Telecommunication Networks, The IADIS International Conference on WWW/Internet (ICWI’06), Murcia, Spain.

    39.  LeKhac, A., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2006. ADMIRE Framework: Distributed Data Mining on Data-Grid Platforms, Int’l. Conference on Software and Data Technologies (ICSOFT’06), Setubal, Portugal.

    40.  Naughton, M, Kushmerick, N. and Carthy, J., Event Extraction from Heterogeneous News Sources, AAAI Event Extraction and Synthesis Workshop, AAAI-06, Boston, MA, USA, July 16th 2006.

    41.  Sheppard, J., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2006. An Analysis of feature Selection in TCPdump data. In Proceedings of Advances in Cybernetic Systems (AICS 2006), Sheffield UK.

    42.  Sheppard, J., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2006. Data Mining A Reduced Feature TCPdump Dataset. In Proceedings of Advances in Cybernetic Systems (AICS 2006), Sheffield UK.

    43.  Bellec, J., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J.,2005. Study of Telecommunication System Behaviour based on Network Alarms, Workshop on Data Mining for Business, Porto, Portugal, (6 pages).

    44.  Bellec,J., Kechadi, M-T. and Carthy, J., 2005. A New Efficient Clustering Algorithm for Network Alarm Analysis, The 17th IASTED Int’l. Conference on Software Engineering and Applications (SEA’05), Phoenix, USA, (6 pages).

    45.  Doran, W., Stokes N., Newman, E., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2005. IIRG-UCD at DUC 2005, In the Proceedings of the Document Understanding Conference (DUC), Vancouver, Canada.

    46.  Wang, R., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2005. Machine Learning Approach To Augmenting News Headline Generation. Proceedings of the Second International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (IJCNLP-05), LNCS , (6 pages), Jeju Island, Korea.

    47.  Wang, R., Stokes N., Doran, W., Newman, E., Carthy, J. and Dunnion, J., 2005. LexTrim: A Lexical Cohesion based Approach to Parse-and-Trim Style Headline Generation, Proceedings of the 6th International conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics CICLing-2005, Mexico City, LNCS, pp. 645-648. [Best short paper award]

    48.  Carthy, J., 2004. Lexical Chains versus Keywords for Topic Tracking. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics 2004 (CICLing-2004), LNCS, pp. 507-510, Seoul, Korea.

    49.  Stokes, N., Carthy, J. and Smeaton. A.F., 2004. SeLeCT: A Lexical Cohesion based News Story Segmentation System, In the Journal of AI Communications, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 3-12.

    50.  Wang, R., Carthy, J., Dunnion, J., Drummond, A. and Wilson, D.C., 2004. Using the T-Ret System to Improve Incident Report Retrieval. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics 2004 (CICLing-2004), pp. 468-471, Seoul, Korea, Feb. 15-21, LNCS, Volume 2945, Alexander Gelbukh (ed).

    51.  Hyusein, B. and Carthy, J., 2004. An Advanced Server Ranking Algorithm for Distributed Retrieval, Computer and Information Science – ISCIS 2004: The 19th International Symposium, LNCS pp. 837-844, Kemer-Antalya, Turkey.

    52.  Sotomayor, R., Dunnion, J. and CarthyJ., 2005. The Design and Implementation of an Intelligent Online Recommender Systemin Proceedings of Mixed-Initiative Problem-Solving Assistants, 2005 Fall Symposium Series, AAAI, pp. 123-127,Virginia, USA.

    53.  Wang, R., Stokes, N., Doran, W., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2005. Using Machine Learning to Generate Headlines, In the Proceedings of The 2005 International Conference on Machine Learning, Models, Technologies and Applications, MLMTA 2005, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. CSREA Press 2005, ISBN 1-932415-73-4 pp167-172.

    54.  Sheppard, J., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2005. The Use of Data Mining in the Implementation of a Network Intrusion Detection System in Proceedings of the 1st International conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST 05), pp. 399-404, Miami Florida.

    55.  O’Kane, M., Bertolotto, M. andCarthy, J., 2005. 3D Sketching for Online Accident Reporting, The IASTED International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, IASTED-HCI 2005,  (6 pages), Phoenix, USA.

    56.  Blackett, C., Carthy, J., Drummond, D. and Dunnion, J., 2005. Combining Accident Analysis Methods for Organisational Safety,International Conference on Nuclear Energy for New Europe 2005, Bled, Slovenia.

    57.  Wang, R., Stokes, N., Doran, W., Dunnion, J., and Carthy, J., 2005. A Hybrid Statistical/Linguistic Approach To Headline Generation, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics (ICMLC-05), Guangzhou, (5 pages), China. (Published by IEEE Press. ISBN: 0-7803-9091-1).

    58.  Blackett, C., Carthy, J., Drummond, A. and Dunnion, J., 2005A Combined Analysis Technique for System Safety and Learning, 23rd International System Safety Conference (ISSC 2005), (8 pages), San Diego, California, USA.

    59.  Blackett, C., Carthy, J., Drummond, A. and Dunnion, J. 2005. Using Accident Analysis Methods for Ongoing Risk Management, 2nd Symposium on Risk-Management and Cyber-Informatics (RMCI 2005), (6 pages), Florida, USA.

    60.  Newman, E., Stokes N., Dunnion, J., and Carthy, J., 2005. Textual Entailment Recognition using a Linguistically-Motivated Decision Tree Classifier, in Proceedings of PASCAL Recognising Textual Entailment Challenge, Southampton, UK.

    61.  Wang, R., Stokes N., Doran, W., Newman, E., CarthyJ. and Dunnion, J., 2005. Comparing Topiary-style approaches to Headline Generation, Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR-05), pp. 157-168,  Santiago de Compstela, Spain.

    62.  Wang, R., Stokes N., Doran, W., Newman, E., CarthyJ. and Dunnion, J., 2005. News Headline Generation Based on Linguistic Methods, Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Applications (AIA 2005), pp. 551-555, Innsbruck, Austria.

    63.  Newman, E., Stokes N., Dunnion, J., and CarthyJ., 2005. Identifying Semantic Equivalence for Multi-Document Summarisation, Proceedings of the 16th Irish conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, AICS05, pp. 292-301, Portstewart.

    64.  Wang, R., Stokes N., Doran, W., Dunnion, J., and CarthyJ., 2005. HybridTrim: a hybrid approach to news headline generation, Proceedings of the 16th Irish conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science AICS05, (9 pages),  Portstewart.

    65.  Carthy,J., Cyber Crime Training, 2005. Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Cyber Crime, Cairo, Egypt.

    66.  Carthy,J., 2005. Accreditation and Certification of Cybercrime Training, Proceedings of First International Cyber Crime Investigation Training Conference. Interpol, Lyon, France.

    67.  Doran,W.P., Stokes,N., Newman, E., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2004. A Hybrid Statistical/Lingusitic Model for Generating News Story Gists, In Proceedings of the 27th ACM SIGIR Conference, Sheffield, pp. 464-466.

    68.  Newman, E., Doran,W.P., Stokes,N., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2004. Comparing Redundancy Removal Techniques for Multi-Document Summarisation, In Proceedings of the 2nd European Starting AI Researcher Symposium (STAIRS 2004) in 16th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2004), pp 223-228, Valencia, Spain.

    69.  Doran,W.P., Stokes, N., Dunnion, J. and Carthy, J., 2004. Comparing Lexical Chain-based Summarisation Approaches using an Extrinsic Evaluation, In Proceedings of the 2nd International WordNet Conference (GWC 2004), Brno, Czech Republic, January 2004, Petr Sojka, Karel Pala, Pavel Smrz, Christine Fellbaum and Piek Vossen (eds), pp 112-117.

    70.  Blackett, C., Carthy, J., Drummond, D., and Dunnion, J., 2004. Analysis of the Royal Majesty Grounding Using SOL., In proceedings of the 3rd Bieleschweig Workshop on System Engineering, University of Bielefeld, (6 pages), Germany.

    71.  Doran,W.P., Stokes,N., Newman, E., Dunnion, J., and Carthy, J., 2004. News Story Gisting at University College Dublin. In Proceedings of the Document Understanding Conference (DUC), (6 pages), Boston.

    72.  Newman, E., Stokes, N., Carthy, J. and Dunnion, J., 2004. Examination of Similarity Metrics for Redundancy Removal in Multi-Document Summarisation, In the Proceedings of the 15th AI and Cognitive Science Conference AICS-04, pp. 292-301, GMIT, Castlebar, Co. Mayo.

    73.  Abbey, K. and Carthy, J., 2004. Comparative Analysis of Topic Tracking Systems' Performance, Proceedings of the 8th World Multi-conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI 2004), Florida.

    74.  Naughton, M., Toolan, F. and Carthy, J., 2004. Visualisation in Incident Management Systems, In Proceedings of the 8th World Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics,  (5 pages) Florida.

    75.  Doran,W.P., Stokes, N., Dunnion, J., and Carthy, J., 2004. Assessing the Impact of Lexical Chain Scoring Methods and Sentence Extraction Schemes on Summarization, Proceedings of the 5th International conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics CICLing-2004, pp. 627-635.

    76.  Stokes, N., Newman, E, Carthy, J. and Smeaton, A.F., 2004. Broadcast News Gisting using Lexical Cohesion Analysis,In the Proceedings of the 26th European Conference on IR Research, ECIR-04, pp.209-222, Sunderland.

    77.  Blackett, C., O'Kane, M., Toolan, F., Carthy, J., Drummond A. and Dunnion, J., 2003. Incident/Accident analysis using Machine Learning and Root Causal Analysis,  Proceedings of 3rd Conference on Information Technology and Communications in the Institute of Technology and Industry Sectors, IT&T 2003, (6 pages), Letterkenny, Donegal.

    78.  Cassidy, DSheppard, J., Carthy, J., Drummond, A. and Dunnion, J., 2003. A Data Mining Approach To Incident Report Retrieval, Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS-03), (8 pages), Trinity College Dublin.

    79.  Toolan, F., Carthy, J., Drummond A. and Dunnion, J., 2003. Automating Incident Analysis: A Challenge Paper, In Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on the Investigation and Reporting of Incidents and Accidents, (12 pages) (IRIA03), Virginia.

    80.  McAdam, S., Carthy, J., Dunnion, J., and Drummond, A., 2003. An Oracle-based Intelligent Incident Report Retrieval System, Proceedings of International Conference on Computer, Communication and Control Technologies (CCCT '03) (6 pages), Orlando, USA.

    81.  Cassidy, D., Carthy, J., Drummond, A., Dunnion, J. and Sheppard, J., 2003. The Use of Data Mining in the Design and Implementation of an Incident Report Retrieval System, in Proceedings of the 2003 Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, Matthew H. Jones, Barbara E. Tawney and K. Preston White, Jr., eds, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, pg 13-18. [Best Paper Award]

    82.  Wilson, D.C., Carthy, J., Abbey, K., Sheppard, J., Wang, R., Dunnion, J., and Drummond, A., 2003. Textual CBR For Incident Report Retrival, Proceedings of The 2003 International Conference On Computational Science and its Applications (ICCSA 2003), 358-367, Montreal, Canada.

    83.  Carthy, J., and Sherwood-Smith, M., 2002. Lexical Chains for Topic Tracking, in Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, (4 pages), Hammamet, Tunisia.

    84.  Carthy, J., 2002. InRet: An Intelligent Incident Management System, European Colloquium on Case-based Reasoning, ECCBR.

    85.  Cassidy, D., Carthy, J., Cullen, C., Hillary, P., McAdam, S., McGinty, L., and Sheppard, J., 2002. The Design and Implementation of an Incident Report Retrieval System, Ed. Vidal, T., and Liberatore, P., Proceedings of STAIRS 2002, Vol.1, IOS Press, pp. 165-167, Lyons, France.

    86.  Stokes, N., Carthy, J., and Smeaton, A.F., (002. Segmenting Broadcast News Streams using Lexical Chaining, Proceedings of STAIRS 2002, Vol.1, IOS Press, Ed. Vidal, T., and Liberatore, P., pp. 145-154. Lyons, France. [Best Paper Award].

    87.  Stokes, N., and Carthy, J., 2001. Increasing WordNet activation and its effect on lexical chains creation, In Proceedings of the 24th ACM SIGIR Conference, New Orleans, pp. 424-425.

    88.  Stokes, N., and Carthy, J., 2001. Using Data Fusion to Improve First Story Detection, In the proceedings the 23rd BCS-IRSG European Colloquium IR Research, pp. 78-90, Darmstadt, Germany.

    89.  Stokes, N., and Carthy, J., 2001. First Story Detection using a Composite Document Representation, HLT 2001, Human Language Technology Conference, pp. 134-141, San Diego, California.

    90.  Carthy, J., and Smeaton, A.F.S., 2000. The Design of a Topic Tracking System, British Computer Society IRSG 2000, (10 pages), Cambridge.

    91.  Carthy J., Hatch, P., and Stokes, N., 2000. Lexical Semantic Relatedness and Topic Detection, In Proceedings of the 23th ACM SIGIR conference, SIGIR 2000, pp. 324-325, Athens.

    92.  Carthy J., Hatch, P., and Stokes, N., 2000. Lexical Chaining for Web-based Retrieval of Breaking News, In the Proceedings of the International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia, AH2000, pp. 327-330, Trento.

    93.  Hatch, P., Stokes, N., and Carthy J., 2000. Topic Detection, A New Application For Lexical Chaining?, Proceedings of the 22ndBritish Computer Society IRSG 2000, pp. 94-103, Cambridge.

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