Elham Ashoori, Mounia Lamas and Theodora Tsikrika. "Examining Topic Shifts in Content-Oriented XML Retrieval", International Journal on Digital Libraries, 8(1):39--60, 2007.

Elham Ashoori and Mounia Lalmas. "Using Topic-shift for Focussed Access to XML Repositories", 29th European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR), LNCS 4425, pages:444--455, April 2007.

Elham Ashoori and Mounia Lalmas. "Using Topic-shifts in XML retrieval at INEX 2006", In Comparative Evaluation of XML Information Retrieval Systems: Fifth Workshop of the INitiative for the Evaluation of XML Retrieval (INEX 2006), v. 4518 of LNCS. Springer Verlag, 2007.

Elham Ashoori. "The Importance of Topic Shift in XML Retrieval", ACM SIGIR 2006 - Doctoral Consortuim, Seattle, WA, August 2006.

Gabriella Kazai and Elham Ashoori. "What does Shakespeare have to do with INEX?", ACM SIGIR 2006 - XML Element Retrieval Methodology Workshop, Seattle, WA, August 2006.

Thomas Roelleke, Elham Ashoori, Hengzhi Wu and Zhen Cai. "The QMUL Team with Probabilistic SQL at Enterprise Track", Text Retrieval Conference (TREC 2005), Washington DC, November 2005.


Elham Ashoori, Farhad Oroumchian and Babak Araabi. "Improving Ranking of the PLIR System by Local and Global Approaches", in WSEAS TRANSACTIONS on SYSTEMS Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 724-733, July 2003.


Bita Khandzad, Elham Ashoori, Farhad Oroumchian and Babak Araabi. "Using Plausible Reasoning for Developing Intelligent Systems", in Applications and Science in Soft Computing, Lotfi, Ahmad; Garibaldi, Jonathon M. (Eds.), pp. 203-212, Springer, 2004, ISBN: 3-540-40856-8.


Farhad Oroumchian, Babak Araabi and Elham Ashoori. "Plausible Inferences and Dempster shafer theory of Evidence for Adaptive Information Filtering", in Recent Advances in Soft Computing, UK, December 2002.

Farhad Oroumchian, Babak Araabi and Elham Ashoori. "Using Plausible Inferences and Dempster shafer theory of Evidence for Information Retrieval", in Systems and Knowledge Discovery 2002, pp. 442-447, Singapore, November 2002.


Theses

Elham Ashoori. Application of Plausible Reasoning and Evidence Theory in Adaptive Information Filtering. MSc Thesis, Department of Electrical & Computing Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran September 2003.