Navigation-Aided-Retrieval

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Navigation-Aided Retrieval Shashank Pandit and Christopher Olstony Presentation by Yang Yu CSE 450 Web Data Mining
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Outline Introduction Related Work System Model Prototype System Evaluation Summary & Future Work
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Introduction Background reasons for this work Difficulty in formulating appropriate queries Open-ended search tasks Preference for orienteering Navigation-Aided Retrieval
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Organic versus Synthetic Structure One is trying to synthesize structure automatically into query results One is trying to use structure that naturally exists in documents Advantages of organic NAR Human oversight. • Familiar user interface. • A single view of the document collection. • Robust implementation by a third party Contributions Formal model of navigation-aided retrieval An overview of techniques for a NAR-based retrieval system Empirical evaluation via a user study Introduction
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Related Work Selecting Starting Points
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course CSE 450 taught by Professor Davison during the Spring '08 term at Lehigh University .

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