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Information retrieval: A sequential learning process

Information retrieval: A sequential learning process,10.1002/asi.4630340504,Journal of The American Society for Information Science,Abraham Bookstein

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    • ...Bookstein [4] and Chen and Karger [7] both consider information retrieval in the context of ambiguous queries...

    Sayan Bhattacharyaet al. Consideration set generation in commerce search

    • ...Bookstein [2] points out that information retrieval should be envisioned as a process, in which the users are examining the retrieved documents in sequence and the system can and should actively gather the user feedback to adjust retrieval...

    Alexander Kotovet al. Towards natural question guided search

    • ...Most of the current work on result diversication make at best only a tacit use of the topics of the query or the documents, and diversication happens by way of similarity functions or conditional relevance distributions dened over documents [5, 6, 18], or through user feedback [3, 13]...
    • ...Bookstein [3] and Chen and Karger [6] both consider information retrieval in the context of ambiguous queries...

    Rakesh Agrawalet al. Diversifying search results

    • ...To this aim, we adopt a stream based view as advocated by Bookstein [7] to form the basis of evaluation of any IR application: whereby the interaction between the user and the application produces a stream of documents which are assessed during the usage of the application...
    • ...Stream Based / Time Centric View: The origins of the stream based view stem from the early work of Bookstein [7]...

    Leif Azzopardi. Usage based effectiveness measures: monitoring application performance...

    • ...This may not be the best approach as in interactive environments searchers assess documents individually, not as a batch, and search is a sequential learning process (Bookstein, 1983)...

    Gary Marchioniniet al. Find What You Need, Understand What You Find

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