|A framework for personalized and collaborative clustering of search results|
|Author(s)||Anastasiu D.C., Gao B.J., Buttler D.|
|Published in||International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||document clustering, information retrieval, mass collaboration, personalized clustering, search result clustering, search result organization, social tagging, wiki (Extra: Document Clustering, mass collaboration, personalized clustering, Search result organization, Search results, Social tagging, wiki, Information retrieval, Knowledge management, Search engines, World Wide Web, Clustering algorithms)|
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A framework for personalized and collaborative clustering of search results is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Anastasiu D.C., Gao B.J., Buttler D. and published in International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, Proceedings.
How to organize and present search results plays a critical role in the utility of search engines. Due to the unprecedented scale of the Web and diversity of search results, the common strategy of ranked lists has become increasingly inadequate, and clustering has been considered as a promising alternative. Clustering divides a long list of disparate search results into a few topic-coherent clusters, allowing the user to quickly locate relevant results by topic navigation. While many clustering algorithms have been proposed that innovate on the automatic clustering procedure, we introduce ClusteringWiki, the first prototype and framework for personalized clustering that allows direct user editing of the clustering results. Through a Wiki interface, the user can edit and annotate the membership, structure and labels of clusters for a personalized presentation. In addition, the edits and annotations can be shared among users as a mass-collaborative way of improving search result organization and search engine utility.
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