The Web Spam Challenge 2007 was supported by the EU PASCAL Network of Excellence Challenge Program and had two tracks:

Timeline for Track I

The Track I of the Web Spam Challenge 2007 was organized jointly with the AIRWeb 2007 workshop.


Researchers submitting predictions are encouraged to submit a research article to AIRWeb'07 describing their algorithms or techniques, and researchers submitting articles to AIRWeb'07 about Web Spam Detection are encouraged to participate in the Web Spam Challenge.

The deadline for research articles in AIRWeb'07 is 14 February 2007, and the notifications are due on 14 March 2007. The deadline for submitting predictions to the Track I of the challenge is 30 March 2007.

During April, participant teams will be asked to manually label a set of hosts. Those hosts will be used as the test set for evaluating the predictions submitted. The results of the evaluation phase of Track I will be announced during the AIRWeb'07 workshop on May 8th, 2007 in Banff, Canada.