Interactive visualization and navigation of web search results revealing community structures and bridges

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Interactive visualization and navigation of web search results revealing community structures and bridges is a 2010 conference paper written in English by Sallaberry A., Zaidi F., Pich C., Melancon G. and published in Proceedings - Graphics Interface.

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With the information overload on the Internet, organization and visualization of web search results so as to facilitate faster access to information is a necessity. The classical methods present search results as an ordered list of web pages ranked in terms of relevance to the searched topic. Users thus have to scan text snippets or navigate through various pages before finding the required information. In this paper we present an interactive visualization system for content analysis of web search results. The system combines a number of algorithms to present a novel layout methodology which helps users to analyze and navigate through a collection of web pages. We have tested this system with a number of data sets and have found it very useful for the exploration of data. Different case studies are presented based on searching different topics on Wikipedia through Exalead's search engine.

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