Category Archives: Research

Towards Real Intelligent Web Exploration

A significant problem of the dominant web search model is the lack of a realistic way to acquire user search context. Search engines use implicit feedback, which is extremely sparse and does not allow users to properly define what they… Read all

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Towards Real Intelligent Web Exploration

A significant problem of the dominant web search model is the lack of a realistic way to acquire user search context. Search engines use implicit feedback, which is extremely sparse and does not allow users to properly define what they… Read all

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Let’s Trust Users – It Is Their Search

The current search engine model considers users not trustworthy, so no tools are provided to let them specify what they are looking for or in what context, which severely limits what they are able to achieve. Instead, search engines try… Read all

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Building a Dynamic Classifier for Large Text Data Collections

Due to the lack of in-built tools to navigate the web, people have to use external solutions to find information. The most popular of these are search engines and web directories. Search engines allow users to locate specific information about… Read all

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